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Lions Roar : January 2007
SHAMBHALA SUN JANUARY 2007 37 Zen Clocks awaken you gently and gracefully with a gradually increasing, ten-minute progression of acoustic chimes or gongs— they make waking up in the morning an exquisite experience. Instead of artificial recorded sounds, Zen clocks wake you with natural acoustic tones, and each clock is housed in a natural wood case. The Zen Clock's chimes or gongs also serve as aesthetically sophisticated timers for meditation or yoga practice, and they strike on the hour, serving as tools for “mindfulness.” Once you use a Zen Clock, nothing else will do. Prices range from $99 to $149. New Zen Timepiece—bowl-gong alarm clock & timer Popular Digital Zen Clock & timer (800) 779-6383 • WWW.NOW-ZEN.COM Overseas College of Medical Qigong Henan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Please visit www.MedicalQigong.org for more information or call toll-free 1-800-848 -0649 Twist and become whole. Bend and become straight. Empty out and become full. —Dao De Jing The true measure of a man is how he treats someone who can do him absolutely no good. International Institute of Medical Qigong 2007 Masters in Medical Qigong (MMQ) Certification Seminars • Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy February 9-13, 2007 or March 30-April 3 (no prerequisite for enrollment) • Introduction to Diagnosis and Treatments April 27-May 1, 2007 • Clinical Foundations of Medical Qigong June 15-19, 2007 • Treatment and Exercises for Organ Diseases August 10-14, 2007 • Clinical Internship September 28-October 2, 2007 Dr. Bernard Shannon, DMQ Executive Director, IIMQ Deputy Director, OCMQ, HUTCM