Chinese Medicine Perspective
We’re joined by Samantha Hamilton-Stent, a Reigate based Acupuncturist and Chinese Medicine practitioner to look at the concept of nurture from the perspective of Chinese medicine. Nurture from the Chinese Medicine Perspective. To nurture oneself, or another person, are the collective activities of taking care of, nourishing and protecting, so that the person or individual can grow, develop and flourish. Nurturing others can only be truly successful when we ourselves feel nurtured. That nurturing comes from without (other people, environments, nutrition) but also from within, from ourselves. Therefore, self-nurturing ideally...
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Why is my mind soooooooooo busy? That is a frustration I have often felt and I know I am not alone in it. Sleepless nights I have tossed and turned while my mind is moving a million miles a minute…OR half listening to a child or friend who is trying to have a conversation with you… In a day and age where we have everything at our fingertips and are constantly inundated with media trying to grab our attention, our capacity just to be still is almost non-existent, and we...