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Eastover Welcomes Renowned Chinese Medicine Doctor Zhang Dechao & the Deyu Hall Cancer Treatment/Rehabilitation Team
Deyu Hall is well-known to Chinese and other foreign nationals for their successful treatment of cancer through the use of centuries old Taoist principles and Traditional Chinese Medicine. With a belief system centered on the "Tao" (the Way/Source) its focus is the cultivation of "Source" energy as a way of life. The doctor of Chinese Medicine was therefore thought of very highly - well respected for their dedication to a practice that, while not theistically oriented in the traditional sense, stemmed greatly from a reverence for the Source of all things. In addition to the extensive use of herbs, acupuncture, qigong and massage, doctors practicing Chinese medical sciences were devoted to Qi cultivation by way of the practice of meditation, breath control, and Taoist ethics that instilled, among other virtues, simplicity, compassion and a non-fear based/non-dogmatic sense of morality. In the tradition of Chinese medicine masters such as Sun Simiao, Hua Tuo and Li Shizhen, Dr. Zhang Dechao is outstanding in this field - catering to cancer victims for decades, he has cured and brought hope to many patients with the creation of his "Anti-Cancer Stereotherapy". Dr. Zhang Dechao received the title of Master of Acupuncture and Moxibustion from the Hubei University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. His father, Zhang Sinan, was also a Chinese Medicine doctor, and the inventor of the first generation of the Acupuncture Induction Electrotherapy machine in China. He studied under Professor Sun Guojie, Editor-in-Chief of Chinese Acupuncture Masters, was a student of Wu Wenwen, and is proficient in spiritual teachings and ethics. From childhood he demonstrated interest in ancient Chinese texts on morality and medicine, reading such classics as the I Ching and The Yellow Emperor's Classic of Internal Medicine to acquire the wisdom of sages. Dr. Dechao has traveled extensively to places like Wudang Mountain and Shennongiia in China to collect exotic medicinal herbs in an effort to lay the foundation for his role in ridding the world of cancer. Eastover.com ~ 866 264 5139

When: Jan 4, 2019 12am to Dec 30, 2019 12am in Lenox, MA

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When: Mar 1, 2019 8pm in Lenox, MA

Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments: A Reading with Saidiya Hartman

In Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments, Saidiya Hartman examines the social revolution of black intimate life that occurred in the black quarters of New York at the beginning of the twentieth century. Free love, common-law and transient marriages, serial partners, queer relations, cohabitation outside of wedlock and single motherhood were among the sweeping changes that altered the character of everyday life.  In wrestling with the question, “What is a free life?” young black women created forms of intimacy and kinship indifferent to the dictates of respectability, and outside the bounds of law. They cleaved to and cast off lovers, exchanged sex to subsist, and revised the meaning of marriage. Longing and desire fueled their experiments in how-to-live. They refused to labor like slaves or to accept degrading conditions of work. Beautifully written, Wayward Lives narrates the story of this radical transformation of black intimate and social life. It recreates the experience of young black women who wanted an existence qualitatively different than the one that had been scripted for them, and, for the first time, credits them with shaping a cultural movement that transformed the urban landscape.  Through a melding of history and literary imagination, Wayward Lives recovers their radical aspirations and insurgent desires. Hartman narrates the story of this radical transformation of black intimate and social life against the grain of the prevailing century-old argument about the crisis of the black family. Saidiya Hartman is the author of Lose Your Mother: A Journey Along the Atlantic Slave Route and Scenes of Subjection. She is a Guggenheim fellow and has been a Cullman Fellow and Fulbright Scholar. She is a Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University and lives in New York.​She will be in dialogue with Tera W. Hunter, Professor at Princeton.Date: March 2nd, 2019 3pm - 5pmLocation: The MountTickets come with a copy of the book Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments​ “A masterpiece….The wayward lives and beautiful experiments in which Hartman is interested can only be described…by joining the experiment, by engaging in its hard-won freedoms, its autonomous profligacies, its shifting directions….A truly great and groundbreaking book.”—Fred Moten, author of The Undercommons and The Feel Trio“Ambitious, original…a beautiful experiment in its own right, to be set beside the many attempts at living free that Hartman here chronicles with a keen sense of history, imagination, and love.”—Maggie Nelson, author of The Argonauts “Wayward Lives is a startling, dazzling act of resurrection. In this stunning tapestry, Saidiya Hartman has granted these forgotten, ‘wayward’ women a new life. These remarkable black women were shamed, scorned, criminalized, studied, diagnosed and then erased from history. Yet now, Hartman challenges us to see, finally, who they really were: beautiful, complex, and multidimensional—whole people—who dared to live by their own rules, somehow making a way out of no way at all.”—Michelle Alexander, author of The New Jim Crow “With urgency and compassion, Hartman rescues the lives of young black women from the margins of history. Wayward Lives is a series of adventure stories that take the reader through the travails and triumphs of a multitude of black women, as they negotiate the perilous path of self-discovery at the turn of the twentieth century. In her impeccably researched new book, Hartman breathes glorious life into these true survival tales with the precision and invention of a master storyteller.”—Lynn Nottage, Pulitzer Prize–winning author of Sweat and Ruined

When: Mar 2, 2019 3pm in Lenox, MA

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About Lenox, MA
The Town of Lenox Massachusetts was founded in 1767 and is located in Berkshire County of western Massachusetts.

There is much to do in this small town, many recreational activities are available including skiing and fishing plus hiking which attract visitors all year round. Although there are many recreational activities there is also the Ventfort Hall Museum of Gilded Age as well as the Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum.

For all who enjoy the outdoors during the warm season visit the Mount Estate and Gardens of Edith Wharton or the Aspinwall Adult Equestrian Center for a glorious day of horse back riding and finally for all those who just want to relax and enjoy the sun stop at Tangle Wood the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.