Sacredness of Cycles & Nature

by Li-Lan Hsiang Weiss L.Ac. Past blog posts have focused on the Chinese Five Phases, self care tools, integrative approach to pain…and the underlying message of all of these resources is the capacity, complexity, and creativity of the human experience.  … Continue reading

Five Elements and Chinese Astrology Ba Zi Charts

Written by Arthur-Link Freeman and Li-Lan Hsiang Weiss It would be helpful to read over this blog post to familiarize yourself with the language of your Ba Zi Chart.  Don’t worry!  It will make more sense when you attend the … Continue reading

Embodying Chinese Five Elements: Creativity of Fire coming together with Earth

Here is a recent creative approach, shortly before the Nov 3 presidential elections, amidst the uncertainty and turmoil leading up to the final days and post election week.  It embodies the joy of creating attributed to the Fire Element in … Continue reading

Synergy & Embodiment of Yin and Yang

written by Li-Lan Hsiang Weiss, Licensed Acupuncturist You’ve all seen the Yin Yang Symbol: ancient circular symbol of duality, interdependence, and change.  It is a symbol that is meant to be a way of creating/understanding order and also about moving … Continue reading

Chinese Five Element Senses

Written by Li-Lan Hsiang Weiss L.Ac. September 15, 2020 Graphic by Paget Fink of Paget Fink Designs   “Deep relaxation and listening for the Water element, guided visualization for the Wood element, taste and connection to the Heart for the Fire … Continue reading