"Get my essential and groundbreaking book on how to think clearly about East-West Integration in medicine."

-Christian Nix

New Book Reveals: Tao Of Integration

So you get hired at the highest level and avoid the oblivion of going broke and giving up!

Here’s Just A Short Look At What You Get And How Much I Have To Teach You . . .

Chapter 1: Introduction to Tao Of Integration:

Do you really know the challenges to East-West Integration in medicine or are you just part of the cliché crowd of know-nothing hipsters who thinks its about different practitioners in one building? . . . p. 6

Chapter 2:

Reductionism in conventional medicine and what you need to know in order to communicate effectively, come off like an authority and avoid the new age label . . . p. 24

Chapter 3:

Holism and the essential epistemological difference that you need to understand, be able to explain and must adhere to in both your clinical practice and especially when communicating with MDs and other conventional medical colleagues . . . p. 69

Chapter 4:

Aphorisms: a collection of wise and pithy sayings to help you maintain perspective (and your sense of humor) when confronted with mainstream, institutional society and thinking . . . p. 102

Chapter 5: The Burden of Proof in Holistic Medicine

Do you know how to use and leverage the latest research? Do you understand that the RCT “gold-standard” obviously does not apply and that MDs get this and don’t need to hear about studies on sham acupuncture? Do you get how to leverage the issue of placebo and how to turn this to your advantage in order to engage your audience? . . . p. 104

Chapter 6:

Myths of Integration that you need to ponder and clarify for yourself. If you don’t tackle the underlying issues that confront integration in medicine . . . you have no chance because anyone you speak to will know that you are not well thought out and will dismiss you – quickly! . . . p. 120

Chapter 7: Synchronicity and Qualitative Methodologies in holistic medicine are a key element in your understanding.

The concept of synchronicity is fundamental to the epistemology of Asia and Chinese medicine. Qualitative methodologies are the crux of your discussion with MDs so you better learn how to discuss this – like a PRO! . . . p. 139

Chapter 8: Language and Integration

These are inseparable and you better clarify your language when you are speaking and have an answer for how to define each and every term you have to share with MDs and conventional medical people . . . Because if you don’t . . . they will skin you alive! . . . p. 149

Chapter 9: Bu Fa vs. Xie Fa:

The concept of supplementing vs. draining is an overlooked one and a misunderstood one. Why? I don’t know. But you must say something about this when you speak with MDs and conventional medical people or you will be cast as another new age hack . . . because the WILL be wondering about this . . . p. 154

Chapter 10: Axiomatic Culture and Vested Interest in Integrative Medicine and Healthcare Education:

Why is institutional training your very worst enemy? How can you easily understand the conflict of interest and institutional blindness that is sure to send you to bankruptcy – UNLESS you understand how to get yours and go out on your own without the “help” of idiotic administrators . . . p. 158

Chapter 11: Keys to Integration:

There are a few fundamentals you can reliably return to over and over in order to stake your claim as an authority on East-West Integration. Do you know the keys to integration so you clinical results are top-tier and you can communicate like a pro . . . and get paid accordingly! . . . p. 202

Chapter 12: A Letter to Lonny Jarrett:

“I’m Just Saying . . .” Stop and learn about the single biggest mistake in the entire Chinese medical world from looking at the poor-thinking and irrational admonition by prominent fugues who say you should, “Give up your ego.” This crowd is all delusional about the exact same misapprehension of reality. Theirs is a ‘do as I say, not as I do’ philosophy and IT WILL MAKE YOU BROKE! Learn how not to be one of the suckers . . . p. 223


Chapter 13: Themes of Integration:

There are themes that will come up over and over in your career in East-West Integration in medicine. Once you know what they are, you will automatically transcend all the low-level hacks and be seen as a real authority. What do you think happens to your income when you are seen as an authority? . . . p. 236

Chapter 14: The I / Thou Relationship, the Quantum Omission and the Legacy of Reductionism:

Here is one of the truly fascinating aspects of integration in medicine. Understanding this point actually helps makes sense of all the political upheaval in the US and elsewhere in the world today . . . What if your very assumption about reality had a built in flaw that would eventually result in a world-view where you and millions of other people were totally incapable of seeing how they themselves are creating their own nightmares, obstacles and enemies? . . . p. 244

Chapter 15: Control and Illusion:

The Paradox of Healing and Self-Realization: My journey in Chinese medicine was deeply personal – but not unique. If you are on a healers-path, you need to consider how the whole drama played out for me, because my own experience can save you years of struggle and frustration . . . p. 257

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Tao Of Integration

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Christian Nix is a graduate of the first-ever Master’s degree program for integrative healthcare administration.  Prior to obtaining his degree, he completed a 5-year apprenticeship in acupuncture and holistic Chinese medicine while living in the rural highlands of Guatemala – allowing him to achieve Board Certification in 2005.  He currently runs training ‘boot camps’ and hospital externships to aid other licensed acupuncturists in their efforts to make an impact within mainstream medical settings.  He is the author of 6 books including, Tao of Integration, Hospital Based Acupuncture Essentials, Bridging the Chasm: How to Talk to Physicians About What Matters to THEM! (which he co-authored with Dr. Raford) and Patient Empowerment and Self-care.  In addition to his teaching schedule, Christian has been a top-performer among acupuncturists on-board cruise ships.  He has lectured at medical conferences from Jerusalem, Israel to Colombia, South America and is a frequent contributor to industry publications on the topic of mainstream practice.  Christian is also an avid dancer and an aspiring super-hero and family man.