Journey to Paradise: Immortality, Hun and Po
Unfolding the Mystery of the Ma Wang Dui Banner (168-BCE)
While following Elisabeth Rochat de la Valleé through the symbols of the incredibly well preserved Ma Wang Dui Funeral Banner, a beautiful piece of art, we learn about a classical view of dimensions and the journey of a deceased lady on her way to Paradise. The knowledge and understanding presented by Elisabeth Rochat de la Valleé serves as background and context to our everyday work in clinic.
- Recognize the details of the process of dying.
- Know the symbols depicting yin and yang, Hun and Po, and different dimensions between Heaven and Earth.
- Gain in depth insights in the philosophical origin of Chinese Medicine.
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- Lectures 4
- Quizzes 5
- Duration 2 hours
- Skill level 2.5 PDAs/CEUs
- Language English
- Students 23
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Self
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