Pearls 2024 September 14th & 15th Live Webinar by Professor Kong Guang Yi

Professor Kong Guang Yi

Professor Kong Guang Yi of the Wen Bing Faculty Department at the Beijing University was my Wen Bing supervisor from 1994 to 1997. He once said: “Ye Tian Shi and Wu Ju Tong pioneered the theory on Wei, Qi, Ying Xua and the Triple Jiao for treatment of warm diseases by saying: Diseases of the post-Wei aspect is known as Qi aspect and diseases of post-Ying aspect can be regarded as Xue (blood) aspect. Also, if diseases of the Upper Jiao is not resolved and transmission would be the middle jiao; and if diseases are not resolved at the middle jiao will ultimately transmit to the lower jiao. This theory can elucidate a broad spectrum of warm diseases. Therefore, for treatment of warm diseases with an attack of pathogenic qi resulting in the contention between the zheng qi and pathogenic qi which in term affecting the various zang-fu organs. What is the outcome of this contention? Professor Kong with his clinical experience span over for more than forty years continues his quest in seeking the correlation of the lung with the Shao Yang and kidney. [Lingshu: Ben Shu Chapter 2] said: “Shao Yang belongs to the kidney, the kidney is linked to the Lung”. Thus, in the treatment of many warm diseases, the lung, Shao Yang and kidney can be differentiated into upper, middle and lower jiao.

We will explain the patho-mechanism of the Theory on the Lung-Shao Yang-Kidney and how this theory can apply to treat a plethora of warm diseases.

We will also share with you Professor Kong Guang Yi’s concept of Latent Pathogen and the treatment of many warm diseases under the scope of “Latent Pathogen”. The theory on the Latent Pathogen, [Suwen: Yin Yang Ying Xiang D Lun Chapter 5 said: “Damage by pathogenic cold  in the winter will manifest as warm diseases in Spring. “ Professor Kong said that the six excess can also manifest as latent pathogen. This is because the pathogen is mild while the zheng qi is also deficient or during the initial treatment the pathogen has not been entirely eradicated until the latent pathogen is induced by a newly-contracted with initial presentation of internal heat and external pathogen. Accordingly, some of the contemporary disorders such as chronic hepatitis, diabetes, cardio-cerebral diseases and recurrent contractions of cold or even tumor can be under the scope of “Latent Pathogenic Diseases”. The cause of Latent pathogenic disorders can be attributed to contraction of exterior pathoegn or due to internal disorders such as continuous emotional anxieties, over taxation or improper diets etc.

For the two days live webinar, we will discuss Professor Kong Guang Yi’s road-tested  treatment approach on recurrent upper respiratory infection, cough, vertigo, headache, constipation and diarrhoea based on the Lung-Shao Yang and Kidney theory , or phlegm and blood stasis or liver constraint disorders.

Speaker: Dr. Greta Young Jie De

Date: 14th September (Saturday) and 15th September 2024 (Sunday)

Time: 6pm to 9pm Melbourne time

Cost: Full registration : $375 Early Bird discount: $350 (on or before 14th August  2024)

Student : $220 or Early Bird discount: $180 (on or before 14th August  2024)

Sponsor: Acuneeds Australia Pty Ltd

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