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From Dr. Katrine Hegillman and Frédérique D Bouchard (Office Assistant) at Oriri Acupuncture:

We would like to send you Heartfelt Wishes full of Christmas Cheer as well as a Peaceful, Healthy and Prosperous New Year 2017! 

Blessings to All and a Big thank you for choosing TCM and Japanese Acupuncture as your pathway to healing and as a way of life.

As a gift of appreciation we are offering 15% off our herbs and products to existing Patients. This discount is valid between Christmas and Valentines day!
Wondering what we carry? Please check our online boutique for a scope into the various health goods sold at the clinic.
Please use code: Merry Health

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In the last newsletter sent out,

The same characters got sent to you with Yi twice - instead of Yi and Zhi.
Dr. Katrine felt that it had to be corrected. Here are the correct modern chinese characters plus some more interesting classical quotes from the lecture.
 

YI - Intent
 
ZHI - Will
 

DAODEJING
Chapter 3. Transl. Ames & Hall
From the central Taoism teachings:  

"They empty the hearts-and-minds of the people and fill their stomachs

They weaken their aspirations and strengthen their bones"

MENCIUSS II A - Transl D.C.Lau

"The will (zhi) is commander over the qi, while the qi is that which fills the body. 
Where the will arrives, there the qi halts.
Hence it is said: "take hold of your will (zhi) and do not abuse your qi".


The will (zhi), when blocked, moves the qi.
On the other hand, the qi, then blocked, also moves the will (zhi).
Hurrying can affect the qi and produce palpitations of the heart."

 

Again, friendly reminder one can book online, pay by cash, cheque, E-transfer or credit card using Square. Please do not hesitate to contact us [email, text or phone] with your questions and comments. 
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