How to make your fee payment? Having hitherto been very old-fashioned, ie payment only in cash or by cheque, Jonathan has now leaped so far ahead that probably nobody will be able to pay him at all. (Possibly a relief as he's just put up his fees!)
So how to pay him:
If you have a personal account with one of the following, you should be able to download their 'app' to your smartphone. (I understand that it has to be a smartphone.)
Before arranging this method of fee payment, I spoke at length to the Customer Relations department of my bank who assured me that they do not, whatever the app says when you install it, store details of your contacts in their databanks.
Only when you make or receive payments using PAYM will they record the transaction and the contact details.
As to whether the system is secure? Hmmmmm.
However, British Banks do seem to have put in place, as a priority, systems to check on unusual payments. They offer guarantees if things go wrong.
For more details, visit the Payments Council website.
If you live in the Edinburgh area of Scotland, where the author of this site (and of the books described below) works, click on Edinburgh Acupuncturist.
If you live elsewhere, click on BAcC.
All the books in the 'Chinese Medicine in English' series should be fully accessible on Kindles and Kindle apps. (Or you can buy the softback print editions, of course.)
('Western Astrology and Chinese Medicine' published 1986, was never available in a Kindle version.)
If, having read one of my books you can write a review - preferably positive - that would help others decide whether to read it.
You can put your review on Amazon or, on this site, here.
And if you think it was terrible?
Well, let me know so I can improve it for the next person. (Ideally let me know before cursing it in public!)
Here are some of the books I (Jonathan) have written.
Subscribers to Kindle Unlimited can borrow the first four for 'free'.
Still only one comment, though personally I think this is my best book so far.
Published 1986 and, amazingly, still selling. Was apparently used back then by at least one acupuncture college to help students understand Chinese medicine!
One Review so far. (Despite the lurid cover, it explains the five main types of phlegm and what works best for each type. I hope it's easy to read and will be much more useful than all the websites on the subject.)
3000 years of Chinese being stressed, and at last, here's a book showing how all that experience can help you!
By the author of this website, it explains in simple English how to use stress to improve and enhance your life.
NB You can also order 'Qi Stagnation - Signs of Stress' from your bookseller.
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