Peter Deadman qualified as an acupuncturist in 1978 and as a herbal medicine practitioner in 1991. He has been active in the field of health promotion and Chinese medicine for over 45 years. He has taught and written extensively on these subjects and in 2016 published his latest book Live Well Live Long: Teachings from the Chinese Nourishment of life Tradition (https://peterdeadman.co.uk/live-well-live-long). United Kingdom
Vortrag, 30.09.2017, 12.00-12.30 Uhr,
Introduction to yangsheng - the Chinese Nourishment of Life Tradition
Cultivating the mind and emotions is probably the most important part of the Chinese nourishment of life tradition. This is an introduction to the afternoon workshop.
Workshop, 30.09.2017, 14.30-18.00 Uhr,
Cultivating the mind and emotions to maximise health and long life - teachings from the Chinese Nourishment of Life Tradition
Cultivating the mind and emotions is probably the most important part of the Chinese nourishment of life tradition. Using historical sources, modern research and Peter's clinical experience, this presentation will detail how excess of the seven emotions can significantly harm health and longevity, and provide clear methods (and evidence) for using the mind and emotions to enhance physical and emotional wellbeing, prevent disease and foster the development of wisdom.