Apricot Grove Philosophy
Nature is our greatest teacher and the source of all that we have and experience. In all of our actions, we strive to follow the elegant and inspiring patterns of nature’s design, learning from wisdom gained from both ancient and modern sources.
Our passion is to train the most knowledgeable and competent Chinese medicine professionals in the world, based on a deep study of nature and the original writings of the field, to bring new paradigms to both Chinese and Western medicine.
Nature is the greatest teacher and is the source of all that we experience and know. In all that we do, we follow the elegant and graceful patterns of nature’s design, learning from knowledge acquired from both ancient and modern sources to support human thriving.
Our mission is to educate and train the most competent Chinese medicine professionals in the world through a comprehensive study of the original writings of Chinese medicine.
Learning at the Apricot Grove
We are retelling the story of Chinese medicine from the ground up, based on an in-depth analysis of its original sources.
Based on over two decades of research, teaching, and clinical practice, Dr. Edward Neal has created an in-depth clinical mentorship program designed to provide practitioners with the knowledge and skills necessary to rebuild their clinical practice from the ground up, based on the original principles and techniques of the Huangdi Neijing, the original medical text of Chinese medicine.
Join us as we delve into the rich story of Chinese medicine through a comprehensive study of its original writings.
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The Dao that can be known by our mind is not the true Dao. The name that can be heard by our ears is not the true name. The world without names creates the dimensions of heaven and earth, while the world with names is the mother of the Ten Thousand Things. Thus, to perceive the mysteries of the world, let your desires fall away. To experience the world of limitations, hold them tight.
Dao De Jing