Saturday, 20 August 2016

Meridian Energy Assessment and Jin Shin Jyutsu #BioMagnetics #EnergyMedicine




Quote; "What is the Meridian Energy Analysis System?  

MEAS is a type of integrated diagnostic method.  It has been said that modern (“Western”) diagnostic methods such as blood tests, EKGs, x-rays, ultrasounds, Cat Scans, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, nuclear medicine scans, visualization with fiberoptic scopes, etc. reveal the basis of only about 40% of the average patient’s symptoms.  The other 60% is often left undefined.  The MEAS helps investigate the 60% of symptoms that are often missed using conventional diagnostic techniques.

According to the changes in electric resistance from the acupuncture points, the MEAS analyzes the energy flow through each of your 12 acupuncture meridians.  Twelve meridians translate into 12 paths, 12 branches, and 12 networks, which run through your body connecting your internal organs with your external body.  If a meridian is not in balance, the electric resistance changes in a corresponding acupuncture point.  For example, if your lung meridian is blocked (reduced flow of energy), the electric resistance in acupuncture point “Lung 4” is altered.  The change, whether it be due to excess resistance or insufficient resistance, is detected by the MEAS computer.  Thus the MEAS gives a rapid, reproducible assessment of each of your 12 major meridians, which in turn reflects the function of the organ (s) for which the meridian is named.  The theory of the 12 meridians links your body’s internal physiological function with a specific series of points near the surface of your body.

Where do you test the twelve meridians?  There are over 300 acupuncture points located on the 12 major meridians.  MEAS only assesses the most important 12 “primary acupuncture points” located near your hands/wrists and ankles/feet.

What is the relationship between my meridians and my nervous system?  According to TCM, your internal organs and your external body are connected by the meridians.  According to Western Medicine, your internal organs and your external bodies are connected by nerves.  Thus there are dual pathways (meridians and nerves) connecting the surface of your body to your internal organs.

When is the best time to take the Meridian Energy Analysis?  There appears to be a close relationship between the time of day and each meridian.  Because of this, it is more accurate to compare MEAS readings at a time of day similar to the previous readings.  For example, if your first consultation was at 2:00 p.m., it is best to be re-checked between 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.  Although we schedule follow-up consultation based on many factors, the MEAS can be repeated as soon as you notice a change from any therapy, supplements, etc.

It is best not to compare MEAS reports if you are sick, drank alcohol, coffee, tea, or had just exercised or eaten 30 minutes before the test.  While the information may be useful for that situation, it might be difficult to see a trend unless your MEAS is repeated under the same general conditions" Go to: http://www.drkaslow.com/html/meridian_energy_assessment_-mea-.html
For full article.

   Quote; "Meridian Stress Assessment

Performed Through Total Health Nutrition Center

The MSA or Meridian Stress Assessment procedure is known by various other names, some of which include:
  1. Galvanic Skin Response
  2. Electro-Dermal Screening
  3. Electro-Acupuncture according to Voll
This valuable diagnostic tool was originally a device similar to a very simple ohmmeter, which measures electrical resistance. Today’s instruments are computerized and include thousands of digitized energetic signals with the storage capacity of over 50,000 therapeutic products from which it will select based on the information obtained. Sill the basic concept is the same: a circuit is established from the MSA machine, through the individual and back to the MSA machine. The resistance, measured at 58 accupoints on the fingers and toes, gives an indication of the health of the internal organs and systems. From this information, the computerized system can assist in detecting evidence of chronic infections, toxicity, allergies, and most importantly, recommend specific treatment options to address the problems identified."...

"Whereas the first machines could give indications of wellness in the various organs and systems, our current equipment also has information that can be used to:
  1. Test compatibility of various pharmaceuticals, supplements, and other remedies.
  2. Test to determine which of how many toxins, bacteria, viruses, or parasites may need to be address.
  3. Conduct sensitivity testing for foods, chemicals, and environmental toxins."...
"Meridian Stress Assessment: A Powerful Tool for Assessing Your Health,
Supplement Needs, and Therapeutic Options

What it is. Meridian Stress Assessment (MSA) by Biomeridian is essentially a computerized health analysis that takes a great deal of the guesswork out of your health care. This non-invasive computerized test uses bio-energetic principles to assess the overall health of organs and systems, as well as factors that may be adversely affecting your health or interfering with normal functioning. Also known as Electrodermal Screening or Biomeridian Testing, this sophisticated technology measures the energy of associated acupuncture meridians—energy that carries key information about the condition of your internal organs and systems. At this time, Biomeridian’s MSA is the only FDA-approved Class II system that uses electro-acupuncture technology to accurately assess meridian dysfunction." Go to: http://www.totalhealthnutritioncenter.com/meridian-stress-assessment/
For full article.

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Quote: "4. Discussion

In Table 1, we prove that the 15 minutes of PLB irradiation exhibits a reliable complementary effect on LCLMM, rehabilitating to or approaching the normal current level; a 15-minute PLB irradiation also tended to suppress the HCLMM.
In Table 2, we show that the specific meridian channel current is indirectly affected by another meridian channel which has been treated by the PLB irradiation. Because the meridian channels and their corresponding acupuncture points are located in distinct locations, typical light energy irradiation should not be able to affect the electrical resistance of the skin or other meridian channels if no interconnecting network exists. Our previous water-based experiment proved that PLB weakens the hydrogen bonds and modifies the characteristics of liquid water [13, 14]. In this study, we applied the PLB technique to the Ryodoraku meridian point irradiation, attempting to detect its effects on the meridian current flow by the possible alteration of liquid characteristics in the meridian channels. Table 1 (Figure 4 as one example) shows that PLB irradiation has complementary effects on the current flow of abnormal meridians returning to its normal current level. Table 2 (Figure 5 as one example) shows that there are evident interactions between the current flows of relative meridians. Based on results of the current study, we suggest that the meridian channels are interconnected and acupuncture point stimulation induces a systematic wave-induced flow as shown in Figure 6.
Figure 6
PLB irradiation of the specific meridian (acupuncture) points may induce a wave-induced flow in the meridians, by using the interconnection of various meridians.
To strengthen our hypothesis, we searched for support in the relevant literature. Although numerous studies of TCM are published each year, the results and corresponding discussions are typically TCM theories, which are rarely proven through scientific methods. In order to decrease the amount of bias and avoid referring to unproven TCM theories, our discussion is based exclusively on the results of evidence-based publications.
After reviewing recent studies of meridians, acupuncture, propagation, stimulation, current, water, fluid, anatomy, energy, transport, flow, and propagation (Table 3), we discuss the progression of scientific evidence regarding meridians and the possibility of wave-induced flows." Go to: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3838801/ For (extensive), full article.



Quote; "JIN SHIN JYUTSU®

literally translated is:
JYUTSU - Art
SHIN - Creator
JIN - Man of Knowing and Compassion
(Art of the Creator through man of knowing and compassion)

JIN SHIN JYUTSU is the Art of releasing tensions which are the causes for various symptoms in the body. Our bodies contain several energy pathways that feed life into all of our cells. When one or more of these paths become blocked, this damming effect may lead to discomfort or even pain. This blockage or stagnation will not only disrupt the local area but will continue and eventually disharmonize the complete path or paths of the energy flow.
Through Jin Shin Jyutsu our awareness is awakened to the simple fact that we are endowed with the ability to harmonize and balance ourselves (in rhythm with the universe) physically, mentally and spiritually.
Jin Shin Jyutsu is an art as opposed to a technique because a technique is a mechanical application, whereas an art is a skillful creation. This beautiful, simple Art is our inheritance.
According to ancient written records, which remain in the Archives of the Imperial Palace in Japan, Jin Shin Jyutsu was widely known before the birth of Gautama (Buddha, India), before the birth of Moses (recorded in the Bible), and before the Kojiki (Record of Ancient Things - Japan, A.D. 712). Jin Shin Jyutsu is an innate part of man's wisdom - simplifying the complexities of existence - and is truly an Art of Living.
Jin Shin Jyutsu was rediscovered by Master Jiro Murai early in the 20th century. His student, Mary Burmeister, brought the Art from Japan to America in the 1950's."....

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"The Artless Art of Getting to Know (Help) Myself"

The Main Central Vertical Flow is the source of our life energy. This pathway flows down the center of the front of the body and up the back of the body. Here is a Jin Shin Jyutsu® self-help process to harmonize this pathway.
Harmonizing the Main Central regularly helps you feel centered and ensures that you will have plenty of energy. Some people find it calming and use it to fall asleep, while others like to use it to clear away the cobwebs upon awakening. For optimum results, do this daily.
MAIN CENTRAL VERTICAL FLOW
Step 1: Place the fingers of the right hand on the top of the head (where they will remain until step 6). Place the fingers of the left hand on your forehead between your eyebrows. Hold for 2 to 5 minutes or until the pulses you feel at your fingertips synchronize with each other.
Step 2: Now move the left fingertips to the tip of the nose. Hold them there for 2 to 5 minutes, or until the pulses synchronize.
Step 3: Move the left fingertips to your sternum (center of your chest between your breasts). Stay there for 2 to 5 minutes or until the pulses synchronize.
Step 4: Move your fingers to the base of your sternum (center of where your ribs start, above the stomach). Hold them there for 2 to 5 minutes, or until the pulses synchronize.
Step 5: Move your fingers to the top of your pubic bone (above the genitals, center). Stay there for 2 to 5 minutes, or until the pulses synchronize.
Step 6: Keep your left fingertips in place and move your right fingertips to cover your coccyx (tailbone). Hold for 2 to 5 minutes or until the pulses you feel at your fingertips synchronize with each other.
Note: The right hand remains on the top of the head while the left hand moves down the body until the final step." Go to: https://www.jsjinc.net/pagedetails.php?id=maincentral-flow&ms=8 For full articles, practitioners and further reading etc.




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