DaYiGeCi is organized and operated exclusively for charitable purposes, specifically to research and promote healthy, happy, and highly productive lifestyles and long life spans. In addition, it strives to educate the public on the balanced methods of gaining awareness for personal life wellness. We meet our goals under this program by conducting activities for the general public through social media, seminars, on-site or website lessons, and outdoor activities.
DaYiGeCi’s mission is to help others improve and optimize their quality of life and overall health and wellness. This will be accomplished through Eastern holistic medicine/healing treatments and meditation, as well as Western traditional health wellness and prevention practices. These services are appropriately supervised and encompass safe and appropriate modalities of diagnosis and treatment. Our services include analysis of physical, nutritional, environmental, emotional, spiritual, and lifestyle elements. Both Eastern and Western educational sources will be the basis for standard procedures and day-to-day practices.
Our mission is inspired by a master of Chinese traditional medicine, Simiao Sun, who practiced and wrote during the transitional period between the Sui and Tang Dynasties. Master Sun’s famous, well-known text entitled, "On the Absolute Sincerity of Great Physicians," was written in the first volume of his important book, "Essential Formulas for Emergencies." This text is often referred to as “the Chinese Hippocratic Oath.” In the context of traditional Chinese herbal medicine and acupuncture, he stated that the requirements to be a great “doctor” had to include superb “medical” skills, as well as empathy for one’s patients (great grief and compassion). Master Sun (also known as China’s King of Medicine) wrote that “A Great Physician should not pay attention to status, wealth or age; neither should he question whether the particular person is attractive or unattractive, whether he is an enemy or friend, whether he is a Chinese or a foreigner, or finally, whether he is uneducated or educated. He should met everyone on equal grounds. He should always act as if he were thinking of his close relatives.” This foundation desires to set an example by following the core of Sun's teaching with great compassion and mercy.