The Complete Book of Chinese Medicine is the result of years of research and study by a world renowned Shaolin Grandmaster, Sifu Wong Kiew Kit, who has an excellent track record in curing many so-called “incurable diseases” like cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, sexual inadequacy, kidney failure, rheumatism and asthma using chi kung therapy.
The aim of this exciting book is to introduce the wonderful and unique concept behind Chinese medicine. Sifu Wong’s command of both the Chinese and English languages has made this book possible as meanings are often lost or misinterpreted during translation.
Thus this book will be indispensable to everyone with an interest in Chinese medicine and to those who find that Western medicine does not have all the answers after all.
The book includes:
- The history, development and the main features of Chinese medicine.
- Strategies and tactics when diagnosing and treating patients.
- How modern societies, including Western medical doctors and research scientists, can benefit from a deeper and holistic understanding of Chinese medicine.
- Case studies.
Chapter 1: Wisdom from Past Masters (World Medicine in Classical Times)
Chapter 2: They Let Us Live Healthier, Longer Lives (Medicine from Renaissance to Modern Time)
Chapter 3: From Acupuncture to Bodhidharma (History of Chinese Medicine to Tang Dynasty)
Chapter 4: Inspiration and Hope from Chinese Masters (Chinese Medicine since the Song Dynasty)
Chapter 5: Two Aspects of One Reality (Yin-Yang in Chinese Medicine)
Chapter 6: Archetypical Interactions of Myriad Phenomena (The Five Elemental Processes)
Chapter 7: Man’s Internal Cosmos (Chinese Anatomy and Physiology)
Chapter 8: Life is a Meaningful Exchange of Energy (Qi in Chinese Medicine)
Chapter 9: The Universe inside You (Network of Energy Flow)
Chapter 10: Discovering Seven Emotions and Six Evils (The Principles of Chinese Pathology)
Chapter 11: What’s Wrong with the Patient, Not the Disease (The Principles of Chinese Diagnosis)
Chapter 12: Getting to Know the Patient Better (Classifying Diseases According to Symptoms)
Chapter 13: Treating the Patient, Not the Illness (The Principles of Chinese Therapeutics)
Chapter 14: Ginseng, Cinnamon Bark and Reindeer’s Horn (Chinese Pharmacology and Herbalism)
Chapter 15: Planning and Fighting the Battle (Strategies and Tactics in Chinese Herbal Medicine)
Chapter 16: A Cup, a Coin and a Slab of Stone (Chinese External Medicine)
Chapter 17: Injuries from Falls and Hits (Introduction to Chinese Traumatology)
Chapter 18: Treating an Injury from Different Angles (Various Methods of Traumatological Treatment)
Chapter 19: The Magical Needle of Chinese Medicine (Introduction to Acupuncture)
Chapter 20: Manipulating Energy Flow (Principles and Methods of Acupuncture)
Chapter 21: Healing with Fingers – And with Nothing Else (Chinese Massage Therapy)
Chapter 22: Dance of Health and Longevity (Health Exercises and Preventive Medicine)
Chapter 23: The Art of Energy and Vitality (Introduction to Chi Kung and Chi Kung Therapy)
Chapter 24: Cancer Can Be Cured (Cosmic Energy and Mind in Healing)
Chapter 25: Unity of Essence, Energy and Spirit (Basic Concepts in Chinese Psychiatry and Neurology)
Chapter 26: Diseases Can Be Cured in Many Ways (Treatments for Psychiatric and Neurological Disorders)
Chapter 27: Path of Greatest Achievement (Meditation in Medicine)
Chapter 28: Towards Holistic Health (Possible Chinese Contribution to the West)
About the author:
Wong Kiew Kit, popularly known as Sifu Wong, is the fourth generation successor of Venerable Jiang Nan from the famous Shaolin Monastery in China and Grandmaster of Shaolin Wahnam Institute of Kungfu and Chi Kung. He received the “Chi Kung Master of the Year” Award during the Second World Congress on Chi Kung held in San Francisco in 1997. He has practiced and taught the Shaolin arts for more than 3 decades and has more than 60,000 students all over the world.
Since 1987, Sifu Wong has spent more time teaching Chi Kung than Kungfu, because he feels that while Kungfu serves as an interesting hobby, Chi Kung serves an urgent public need, particularly in overcoming degenerative and psychiatric illnesses.
Sifu Wong is one of the few masters who have generously introduced the once secretive Shaolin Chi Kung to the public, and has helped many people to obtain relief or overcome so-called “incurable” diseases like hypertension, asthma, rheumatism, arthritis, diabetes, migraine, gastritis, gall stones, kidney failure, depression, anxiety and even cancer.
He stresses the Shaolin philosophy of sharing goodness with all humanity, and is now dedicated to spreading the wonders and benefits of the Shaolin arts to people all over the world irrespective of race, culture and religion.
Sifu Wong is also an internationally acclaimed author of books on the Shaolin arts and Buddhism.
Books by Wong Kiew Kit:
Introduction to Shaolin Kungfu
The Art of Chi Kung
The Art of Shaolin Kung Fu
The Complete Book of Tai Chi Chuan
Chi Kung for Health and Vitality
The Complete Book of Zen
The Complete Book of Chinese Medicine
The Complete Book of Shaolin
Sukhavati: The Western Paradise
Master Answers Series: The Shaolin Arts
Yin and yang do not refer to any specific parts or aspects of the body. In fact, they do not have any specific meanings; they are not absolute terms. Yin and yang are merely convenient symbols to represent two opposing yet complimentary aspects in medicine and in all other fields.
Chapter 5: Two Aspects of One Reality – The Concept of Yin-Yang
It is heart-warming to remember that exogenous causes of cancer and all other dreadful diseases affect everybody, but if their natural functions are operating normally, they can overcome these causes, usually without their knowing. We are free from cancer not because we are free from carcinogens, but because we have the natural ability to overcome them.
Chapter 24: Cancer Can Be Cured – Treat the Patient, Not His Cells
How can Chinese physicians treat patients successfully if they do not even have basic scientific equipments for blood tests and x-rays? The answer, as has been demonstrated in this book, is that these equipments are not necessary (though many modern Chinese physicians will gladly use them if they are available), because Chinese medicine uses different methods.
Chapter 28: Towards Holistic Health – Is Chinese Medicine Primitive and Unscientific?
Publisher: Cosmos Internet Sdn Bhd
ISBN – 10: 983-40879-0-X
ISBN – 13: 978-983-40879-0-6