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Sounds good to me. I'm

Sounds good to me. I'm interested in attending acupuncture school, but financially I'm quite a distance from it. Why I want to attend it is because I think acupuncture is among the best methods to heal mainly because of what I've learned doing a form of it to myself.

I'm reluctant to say that form here, but I'd tell you about it in DP chat if you'd like. That form is intimately related to my health condition, which I've suffered from for 12 years technically but nine years ostensibly. Its cause: dentistry, a profession I've learned and experienced that assaults blood flow, an assault overlooked so much that discussion of it in dentistry books in the past 150 years has dwindled to scarce and its opposite is promoted, the stanching of blood, an inversion damning.

If you don't mind my asking, what would you recommend someone do and study to prepare himself for acupuncture school? I have about 15 books on acupuncture and cupping, whose operating is in alignment to acupuncture's. As well, I have studied a lot of information on the Internet the past seven years and reflected on my experiences.

If you're up to it, I'd chat with you in DP chat about anything I mentioned. Just invite me to chat when you see me, if you want. Thanks for what you say here, Ms. befree. Be free, indeed!

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.