Introduction to Neijing Medicine
Introduction to the text, how we approach learning classical medicine, and establishment of the importance of hermeneutics in scholarship. Here we will address the formation of the text, the Han synthesis, and other texts of influence.
An overview of the etymology and clinical relevance of key Neijing medical principles, including: Yīn 陰, Yáng 陽, Shùn 順, Nì 逆, Zhèng 正, Xié 邪, Bì 痺, Kuáng 狂, Shù 數, Zhì 治, Luan 亂, Lĭ 理, Tiáo/Diào 調, Ji 機, Shén 神, and Xing 形.
An introduction to the Compass of the Jingluo: conceptual study of acupuncture as presented in the Lingshu Jing. This section leads into the two part course "Compass of the Jingluo" as well as the Renying / Cunkou Pulse diagnosis seminar. It can also be studied as a stand alone section within this seminar.
About the instructor
Director: Institute of Neijing Researchinfo@instituteofneijingresearch.com
Dr. David White is a classical Chinese medicine practitioner from Sydney, Australia. His passion for classical medicine began at an early stage in his life through studies in martial arts and philosophy. Dr. White's approach to clinical practice is rare, his methodologies in diagnosis and treatment stem from the textual lineage of the Huangdi Neijing (黃帝內經) and Yijingpai (醫經派) tradition. Dr. White founded the INR in 2012 and has been teaching acupuncture and Chinese medicine for over 20 years.
Introduction and Notes
- Introduction to Neijing Medicine NOTES
PART ONE - Foundation
- Introduction to Neijing Medicine PART ONE
PART TWO - Key principles
- Introduction to Neijing Medicine PART TWO
PART THREE - Lingshu Acupuncture
- Introduction to Neijing Medicine PART THREE