“In the process of becoming is one of the interpretations of the Chinese calligraphy I use as my logo.
The word process comes from the latin, processus (movement, sequence of changes). The word become/becoming has its origin in Old English, becuman (happen, come about). Together they form a phrase that is active and implies not only change, but a never-ending development. Everything is in a process of change, and is constantly evolving. Our bodies and the world around us exist in this constant dynamic search for equilibrium. This process and equilibrium is what constitutes our state of health. Health is a question of being active, mentally and physically, that our bodies and minds continue evolving through life’s process. It is when stagnation occurs, mentally or physically, that our health is compromised.
Traditional Chinese medicine offers a support system that can help us regain our natural balance and active vitality.