New Release: Invisible Rainbow
Categories: Health & Healing New Release Science & Cosmology
In the last few decades, the public perception of acupuncture has shifted from one of skepticism to one of acceptance. While this therapy has proven its efficacy in treating a number of chronic conditions, a scientific basis for understanding how it works has previously remained elusive.
In his new book Invisible Rainbow, physicist Changlin Zhang translates the unseen into the seen—the indefinable into the understandable—by taking an in-depth look into the science behind Classical Chinese Medicine. Through the lens of physics, Zhang explores the success behind numerous alternative therapies such as acupuncture, qigong and ayurveda. In this book auras interact with atoms, and spirits step outside the realm of speculative fiction.
In the past few decades interest in traditional Eastern thought and practice has surged in the Western world. While many practitioners and patients seek to oppose the two ideologies, Zhang successfully melds the two together in this comprehensive exploration of the unseen.
About the Author
Changlin Zhang a Chinese-trained physicist who studies the electromagnetic field in human bodies and in other living systems, has more than thirty years experience in medical research in China and Germany. He has published numerous papers in physics, biology, and medical journals in China, Germany, the UK, the U.S., and Switzerland, and he is the editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Physiotherapy and Life Physics. In addition to consulting with private industry medical research firms, he has been a professor of biophysics at Zhejiang University, China, and visiting professor at Siegern University, Germany. He has practiced Taoist qigong for twelve years.