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  Adapt and Transform ~ The Art of Self-Healing
  Adapt and Transform ~ The Art of Self-Healing
  中醫臨床療癒身心靈故事,中醫可以做到這麼多?雖不可思議,卻是真實!
   
 
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作  者:Jessie Li Hung Lee
類  別:醫療保健
出  版:白象文化
出版日期:2022年1月
語  言:繁體中文
I S B N :9786267056547
裝  訂:平裝

定  價:NT$750

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Based on true stories about TCM/ Oriental Medicine and spirituality. You will be astonished at how much TCM can achieve.


◎本書初衷原於作者對她孩子們講述針灸原理,最終以說故事方式呈現中醫療癒身心的臨床經驗,作者很清楚我們都擁有與生俱來的自癒能力。如何保持整體健康是個人的責任。
The book originated from the author’s intention to introduce the principle of acupuncture to her children. In describing the true stories of clinical experiences of healing the body and mind by practicing TCM, it becomes clear to the author that we all possess innate healing power within. How to retain holistic health is a personal responsibility.

◎生老病死,面對生命常態,我們不斷學會覺察、適應與轉變,縱有片刻黑暗苦難,生命依舊自然優雅。
You will learn to adapt and transform while observing the natural cycle of life - Birth, aging, sickness, and death so that you may live in elegance even through darkness and suffering.

◎書中不僅包含中醫傳統的針灸、刮痧、拔罐等臨床療癒故事外,進而闡述宇宙氣候醫學、能量醫學與靈性療癒等多樣化的自我療癒真實故事。
This book also contains true stories about clinical cases of TCM healing methods such as acupuncture, moxibustion, scraping, cupping, and many of self-healing using energy and spiritual healing techniques.


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Birth, Fading, Sickness, Death & Revival

A little girl asked her master,
“I have a doggy, and this doggy died, so I don’t know how not to be sad?”

Master replied, “You look into the sky, and you see a beautiful cloud, the cloud has become the rain, and when you drink your tea, you can see your cloud in your tea.”

- “Walk With Me” by Thich Nhat Hanh

When I looked at a cup of tea, I said, “Hi cloud!”
Now when I hold onto acupuncture needles, I say, “Hi, Dad!”
- Dr. Jessie Lee

   
 

6-A Knee & A Sack of Lemons
Gratitude isn’t about giving and receiving valuable items, but about the heart’s intention and the mind’s thoughts.
Dr. Jessie Lee

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Because of WWII, my father lost contact with his family due to Taiwan and China’s political tension. My father was sixty years old at the time and hadn’t heard any news from his family for over thirty-one years. He missed them terribly during their lengthy separation. The only way he could contact his family was to send mail from foreign countries. As a result, he moved our family to Bolivia in an attempt to reestablish contact with his family.
When we lived in Bolivia, my father served as an independent part-time pastor for the Chinese church and a full-time businessman to raise our family. We owned a small potato chip factory and had a few Bolivian employees.
It was lovely in South America. I still remember the scent of fresh grain, cows, horses, and the dust rising lazily from the dirt roads, filling the air with a natural scent I’ve always loved. The dust often turned the atmosphere pale yellow, blanketing the city. The sky looked so close it seemed as if one could almost touch it. It felt very different from Taiwan’s hot and humid atmosphere, where the sky appeared high and impossible to reach.
One day, a nineteen-year-old worker from the factory approached my father. Tears were running down his face.
“Can I borrow some money from you?” The young man asked. “My right knee hurt so I went to the doctor, and they told me I needed surgery. If the surgery is unsuccessful, they’d have to cut off my leg! My family can’t afford the surgery. I am scared and I don’t know what to do.”
My father replied, “Why don’t you give acupuncture a try? I can help you for free.” The boy looked surprised and confused. “What is that?” He asked.
“In China, we used acupuncture to treat illnesses and diseases for thousands of years,
including knee pain,” my father explained. “With God’s will, it’s usually effective. Let’s try acupuncture at least eight to ten times to help with your knee. In a month, if the needles don’t help, then I can lend you money for your surgery.”
The young man agreed. I watched my father put needles into not only his knee but also into his elbows, hands, and his back. He’d sometimes combine blood-letting and cupping too. I stood by his side and was always eager to help. My father would assign me simple tasks such as passing him cotton balls, alcohol, and needles. I felt proud that I was his little personal assistant.
My father treated the young man twice a week for five weeks. The young man’s knee healed, and he no longer required surgery.

Later he brought his whole family - his father, mother, and sister to our home. They came bearing a sack of lemons as a gift to show their appreciation for my father’s help. I was surprised at the effectiveness of the needles. Even though I was only in junior
high school at the time, the experience evoked my curiosity towards the tiny stainless steel needles. It left many questions swirling in my head but cemented into my memory the gratitude of the young man and his family - with delicious lemons.


以上內容節錄自《Adapt and Transform ~ The Art of Self-Healing》Jessie Li Hung Lee◎著.白象文化出版
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Dr. Jessie Li Hung Lee was born in Taiwan and immigrated to South America after elementary school. She went on to live in Bolivia, Guatemala, and Mexico before coming to the USA.
Before becoming a TCM doctor, she worked as an architecture and urban designer, school art teacher, educator and school principal.
Dr. Lee shares her father's and sisters' passion for acupuncture and strives to become a healer for her patients, family, friends and herself.
She obtained her Oriental Medicine Master's degree in 2014, Doctorate in 2017, and NCCAOM in 2019. Dr. Lee is currently practicing OM/TCM in her California clinic, always striving to teach her patients self-healing arts.
Like a chameleon, she constantly adapts to changes and continues transforming and uplifting herself to be a better person.

 
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