2 CEU Credits – NCCAOM, California and Florida
About Adrian P. Larsen, D.C., F.A.S.A., C.Ac.
Dr. Adrian Larsen is the President and founder of Miridia Technology and the developer of the AcuGraph system. He has spent the last 21 years focused on the tools, techniques and technologies that bring more effectiveness to your practice and better results to the acupuncture profession.
What You’ll Learn
- Six curious aspects of Qi you may not have considered
- Light and biology: what’s really happening?
- Divergent, coherent and magnificent light
- Reconsidering the Divine Pivot in light of light
Consider the following while you watch:
- Explain the concept of Qi in traditional Chinese medicine. How is it related to Shen, Jing, and its dual nature as matter and energy?
- Discuss the significance of the heart (Xin) in traditional Chinese medicine and its role in healing. How does the concept of Shen Ming (Divine Illumination) relate to the practitioner’s role in patient treatment?
- How does the description of matter as “patterns out of focus” and the idea that “the world is fundamentally dancing energy” relate to the concept of Qi? How do these concepts bridge the gap between modern physics and traditional Chinese medicine?
After viewing the course, you will need to pass the associated quiz with at least a 70% to receive credit.
CEU Credit Information
After you have completed all required steps, including viewing the module and submitting the quiz, the team at Miridia Technology will log your information with the appropriate credit-issuing agency (NCCAOM). Once they have logged your information, NCCAOM will send you an access link via email to download your official certificate. The certificate will show the date, your name, your license number, the course name and number, and the number of credits/hours attained.
Please await receipt of your official certificate from NCCAOM. It may take 2-5 business days. If you have questions or issues with this process, please contact email@example.com.
Note: Course must be completed within 1 year from day of enrollment.