Good cookware requires seasoning. A hearty stew takes heat and time. Good wine needs a few years; whiskey, that requires a decade or more. And to develop as a practitioner of Chinese medicine, that ripening can take a lifetime.
In this conversation with Peter Mole we explore the dynamics of doubt and certainty, along with the role of intuition and artistry in the development of an acupuncturist.
Listen into this conversation on the inner journey of becoming a Chinese medicine doctor.
Head on over to the show notes page for more information about this episode and for links to the resources discussed in the interview.