The difficulty in practising Chinese medicine successfully has led innovative clinicians over the centuries to seek out self-cultivation practices to sustain their efforts. This article explores the self-cultivation traditions of Confucianism, Daoism and Buddhism via an exemplary clinician who engaged with each tradition. Finally, a recommendation is made for modern practitioners to take up or maintain their own practices of self-cultivation.
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