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Western Medicine's Symbol, the Caduceus represents duality...the unification of polar opposites. Double snakes speak to the Balance & Integration of polarities establishing Harmony. Akin to the ancient Yin Yang principle in traditional Chinese medicine...
The Balance Method
exemplifies this symbol in a practical, highly effective way...
Balance ~ Harmony ~ Health
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