Toronto School of Traditional
Chinese Medicine - My alma mater
is celebrating its tenth year in operation (2006). Mary Wu
is a real task master, but she taught me to value highly what
she taught and what I learned. She actually invited the Prime
Minister of Canada, Jean Chretien to our graduation ceremony.
He officially declined in writing, but to me it shows how
highly she values what she does.
Deadman- Peter Deadman
is one of the foremost authorities in England of Traditional
Chinese Acupuncture and has authored what is fast becoming
the best textbook in English for western students of Acupuncture.
Journal - This is
an excellent site for up to date articles on all aspects of
Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Acupuncture - This is a site devoted to the use
of Acupuncture according to Western anatomical structures
rather than the classical points.
- This is a one-woman business providing I Ching readings
and courses in the U. K..
- Dr. Shen's is an on-line Chinese
herbalist with lots of good information on Chinese herbs and
an herb store. He has a reciprocal link back to this site.
P. Garofalo - This is an amazing site with pages of Haiku
poems, Tai Chi Chuan movements, spiritual gardening, and other
such diverse and interesting topics. This web site is another
world. Very Zen. Ancient wisdom for modern times. Go see.
Room - Chinese Tuina Massage & Acupuncture for Beauty
and rejuvenation. Also Kripalu Yoga treatments. You gotta
try the hot oil head massage!
- A Reiki site in Dutch with extensive links to other
Reiki sites. If you speak English you will be directed to
Reiki 4 All,
which is very personal and interactive. Check it out.
Reiki Resource Centre - The Reiki Resource Centre is
a source of information about Reiki. There are oodles of links,
information pages, guides, a newsletter, and articles on the
different brands and lineages of Reiki, of which there are
The World - a Reiki site
in New Zealand reaching out to the world. My teacher is from
Australia so I have a special affinity for this part of the
planet. I like the idea of expanding Reiki practice from healing
the individual to healing the world as in the final analysis
they are one.
Japanese Reiki - We have been taught that Reiki
died out in Japan with the death of Chujiro Hayashi. Apparently
this was not the case and here is the web site to prove it.
plain and simple - While I do not endorse everything
on this site, Vinnie has put a lot of work into it and there
is much valuable information.
and Adonea - Light and Adonea are a pair of masters
living in Sedona, Arizona. This sight is chock full of information
and of all the sites on the Web this is one of the best.
Reiki Association - I believe it is always good
to join a professional association. It shows at least some
sort of commitment to the practice.
- Reiki in Hawaii. Check it out.
William Lee Rand - International
Center for Reiki Training. This is an extensive site with
lots of good information. He publishes The Reiki News, a quarterly
magazine on all things Reiki.
Frank Petter - has written
four books shedding new light on the origins of Reiki and
its practice in Japan.
Walter Lubeck -
bills himself as grandmaster of Rainbow Reiki... very interesting
Chang - Operates The Colon Zone, a site devoted to information
on colonic cleansing. Check it out.
Amy Z. Rowlands
- Author of the wonderful article on Beth Gray on this
site, and Reiki Teacher in Pennsylvania, USA.
- practices Amma body work, a Korean version
of Chinese Tuina Massage. I have put in a link here because
Emily has links to me. There is some interesting information
on Tao and Chinese Medicine. If you're ever in Boise, Idaho,
look her up.
The Insight - This
is new directory of wholistic and natural therapies and practitioners.
It is just getting started, but it is easy to add your site
to it if you like.
Depression Center. This is a site chock full of information,
mostly clinical about depression, including links and a depression
Spirit of Maat- This is Drunvalo Melchizedek's
site. Maat is the Egyptian hieroglyph of Truth. Maat's father
is a symbol for the lightness of Spirit that means integrity
and being true to Self. Sometimes I don't know what to make
of Drunvalo's stuff, but he has done some interesting work
on Sacred Geometry.
Cancer Success -
This is a site devoted to a remarkable journey to wellness
made by a man named Bob Davis. Lots of personal insights.
Worth a visit by anyone doing a long term illness.
Spa-la-la - Features
music that calms the spirit and soothes the soul, by Laura
The Yoga Sanctuary
- A safe haven for inward journeys in the heart of the
city - Toronto.
Total Balance - Opened
their doors to the public in the Year of the Dragon. I knew
there was something I liked about about these guys. Pilates,
Yoga and a bunch of other stuff.
The New Jersey
Academy of Health - "When our clients are 100% independent
of drugs, doctors and discomfort, we have done our job"
- Frank Seeley.
Kaihuna - a very interesting
sight exploring the ins and outs of spiritual journeying.
Take a look.
Centre for Conscious Living
- formerly known as Religious Science. CFCL follows the
teachings of Ernest Holmes who developed the Science of Mind.
Got a spiritual question? Ask the Rev.. Cool.
- A local London, Life Coach and Empowerment specialist, who
has a particular interest in Wholistic medicine. A very professional
looking web site.
Oy Map of Canada
- Provides links to a wide variety of government and private
agencies, services and sites devoted to selling stuff. Apparently
Compassionate Dragon is listed there.
- The 'go to' publisher for all the latest books on Eastern
philosophy and practices.
Design, Graphics, Resources, Free Stuff etc.
Charmweb - Charmweb
designed the Compassionate Dragon site, and specializes in
Yoga, healing, and other wholistic healing type sites. Charm's
site designs are among the best on the web, in my view. Check
Boogie Jack's - this
site has over 500 pages of tutorials, graphics, e-zines, and
much more for anyone building or maintaining their own site.
One of the web's better resources. Subscribe to his 'almost
lots of interesting graphics free.
greetings - Send a cool 'spiritual' e-greeting card. A
variety of religions andphilosophies represented including
a Taoist greeting. Check it out.
The links below
have kindly contributed to my Christmas (2003) decorating
efforts. There are some truly creative and excellent work
on these sites.
Sites Pretty Much
Devoted to Selling Stuff.
Dragon expresses no opinion on these sites one way or the
Uneet Co. Inc.
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