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Inner Bridges: A Guide to Energy Movement and Body Structure

Smith, Fritz Frederick

 This work by a general practitioner-turned-acupuncturist examines ancient Eastern theories in relation to modern Western medicine. The author views the human body as an integrated system with connections between seen and unobservable elements. He describes an anatomy of hidden energy that incorporates the viewpoints of Chinese acupuncture and Hindu yoga. This work is in 7 sections: "Bridging Belief Systems," "Bridges Between Eastern Yoga and Western Theories of Anatomy," "Foundations for the Energetic Bridge," "Bridges of Response," "Bridges of Caution," "Bridges of Speculation," and "Bridges to the Future." Smith writes: "Inner Bridges expresses my belief that `energy' exists as a specific force, with its own anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology. It is my conviction, backed by experience, that this energy force, once accepted and experienced, can alter our views of nature and, in the process, aid us in maintaining health and in overcoming disease" (p. 11). ". . . . my goal is not to establish a scientific argument for those beliefs, but to stimulate the reader to reflect on his or her personal experience" (p. 13).
Publisher Information:Atlanta, GA: Humanics New Age, 1986. 197p. Bibl: 189-192; 11 figs; 51 illus; Ind: 193-197; 4 tables
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