When you come right down to it… the practice of Chinese medicine is a kind of applied natural science.
What makes for an effective natural scientist? Mostly an abiding sense of curiosity. A willingness to have yourself proven wrong. The capacity for a kind of encouraging delight that emerges from following a thread of inquiry. And the fortitude to spend years or decades on following something that may or may not pan out, but journey is worth the effort.
In this conversation we explore and reflect on the path of practice, and the unexpected places to which it will take us.
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