True Preventative Medicine
The sages did not treat those who were already ill; they instructed those who were not yet ill. They did not want to rule those who were already rebellious; they guided those who were not yet rebellious.
by The Medicine Teacher Yakushi
The Emperor asked:
"When the body is worn out and the blood is exhausted, is it still possible to achieve good results?"
Ch'i Po replied: "No, because there is no more energy left."
The Emperor inquired: "What does it mean, there is no more energy left?"
Ch'i Po answered: "This is the way of acupuncture: if man's vitality and energy do not propel his own will, his disease cannot be cured."
George Xavier Love asks:
“Does this sound like Chronic Fatigue, Fibromyalgia and Epstein-Barr virus?”
Should this be treated with drugs?
Or with Natural Law?
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Dr. George Love, Jr., Doctor of Oriental Medicine and President of 4 Doors to Dao, is a Florida licensed primary care physician and Board certified Acupuncture physician since 1986.
He has engaged in the private practice of Herbology, Acupuncture and Nutrition since January 1981. Dr. Love received a Bachelor of Arts 1966 and Masters In Biology degree from Temple University 1976. In 1982 he received a Ph.D. in Sports Medicine from the American College Sports Medicine.
After George Xavier Love started his private practice he met Prof. John B.Y. Lee aka Li Bing Yuan, a Taoist scholar and Qigong master. He was accepted as a student and within three years he received his Oriental Medical Doctor degree in 1984 from the Beijing Longevity & Rejuvenation Institute in Virginia.
He began teaching Qigong classes for Master Lee in 1985. In 1994 Master Lee conferred upon him the lineage of his family Qigong. He was given the name Zhenwu and made the 13th lineage holder of Long Qing Qigong. As the lineage holder he was asked to write a book and perform qigong healings that he called Meridian Qigong Therapy (MQT). The responsibility of being the lineage holder required him to teach and travel so that the formerly hidden knowledge would be securely planted in the West.
Dr. Love was the co-Founder of The Kitchen Physician School of Natural Healing in Boca Raton from 1994-1999, and was the director of Amazing Herbs & Acupuncture from 1999 through 2003. From July 1989 through July 1994, Dr. Love was a director of S.H.I.E.L.D. Wellness Centers, as well as the founder of the S.H.I.E.L.D. Program For Psychoneuroimmunology. He has written ten books on Health and Nutrition from clinical experience.
Dr. Love is also a producer of several South Florida local radio shows, Of Mind & Medicine, The Natural Doctors, Your Herbal Medicine Chest and The Kitchen Physician. "Roots11 - the 411 on Herbs and Your Health" is his new internet radio program on the Blogtalkradio.com network. He is also an international lecturer, author and a Professor at three local acupuncture schools.
Dr. Love served as Dean of Acupuncture at the Barna College of Health Sciences in Fort Lauderdale. He was also professor at Community School of Traditional Chinese Healthcare and guest lecturer at South East Acupuncture College.
Doctor of Oriental Medicine aka Zhenwu, spiritual warrior, physician, and scholar who teaches health & spirituality.
Although he is known for his acupuncture skills, George is a recognized healer in many communities. His main mentor, Professor B.Y. Lee transmitted his family lineage of Qigong to him in 1983. From Master Lee he learned qigong massage (energy medicine or vibrational healing). He studied with shamans from Morocco and Togo utilizing his skills in rhythmic healing percussion to trance. From them he learned how to elicit information from the patients’ energy field and how to draw healing energy directly from nature.
After thirty years of clinical experience Dr. Love has distilled the essence of illness and the nature of true health into a few select teachings. “Avoid adrenal exhaustion and cultivate your essence with daily Qigong.” Zhen Wu teaches Meridian Qigong in Boca Raton and in Margate at the University of Martial Arts. As Lung Qing Qi Gong lineage holder, Zhen Wu (Dr. Love) continually refers to ancient wisdom.
In the yellow emperor's classic from ancient China, the medical student is taught that the superior physician does not solely treat diseases or even patients, but also seeks to heal the societal dysfunctions that are so often at the root of many illnesses through teaching the correct way of living (a prescient tale about combating the effects of stress in the "modern" urban world). American lifestyle with it’s fast pace is like running out of gas half way through the race (adrenal exhaustion is called yang depletion and is just waiting to happen).
In ancient China, people practiced the Dao, the Way of Healthy Happiness. They understood the principle of balance, the yin and yang symbol, as represented by the transformation of the energies of the universe. They formulated the practice of Qigong, exercises combining stretch, self-massage, and breathing to promote energy flow, and meditation to help maintain and harmonize themselves with the universe.
The sages ate a balanced diet at regular times, arose and retired at regular hours, avoided overstressing their bodies and minds, and refrained from overindulgence of all kinds. They maintained well being of body and mind. They were called Immortals and it is not surprising that they lived over one hundred years and reflect the Chinese principle of looking to balance and nature for healing.
Dr. Love is a doctor in the ancient sense as teacher and he is a physician in the ancient sense as one who knows and understands the physical laws of healing. His teachings are the Science of Health and Happiness, a monthly intensive taught ten times a year. The two main courses are Unlock 4 Doors to Health- a weekend workshop and 21 Days to Wellness a four week course.
He travels to many cities with his Virtual school - 4 Doors to Health University that feeds your mind, balances your emotions, nourishes and relaxes your body. Self-healing courses include Juice Feasting, Meridian Qigong Therapy, Psycho-puncture and psycho-pressure. For those who want to upgrade their skills we provide Food Therapy based upon Traditional Chinese Medicine, Spiritual Anatomy and Acupressure, Massage Your Ears to Health/Ear Reflexology and Acu-Magnet therapy. If you would like to sponsor a lecture please contact us.
Prevention, Self-Healing and Therapy are the fundamental natural principles that lead to good health for all ages. From age 18-34 one should practice prevention like monthly juice feasting. From age 35-54 one should practice self-healing like daily Qigong and after age 55 one should seek a qualified doctor of oriental medicine for acupuncture and meridian therapy. Dr. Love combines oriental bodywork called Tui-Na with qigong therapy, acupuncture, cranial sacral therapy and spinal manipulation.