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The fearsomeness of the wood had been a good bit rubbed off for me by Master Case’s banjo-strings and graven images, yet I thought it was a dreary walk, and guessed, when the disciples went up there, they must be badly scared. The light of the lantern, striking among all these trunks and forked branches and twisted rope-ends of lianas, made the whole place, or all that you could see of it, a kind of a puzzle of turning shadows. They came to meet you, solid and quick like giants, and then span off and vanished; they hove up over your head like clubs, and flew away into the night like birds. The floor of the bush glimmered with dead wood, the way the match-box used to shine after you had struck a lucifer. Big, cold drops fell on me from the branches overhead like sweat. There was no wind to mention; only a little icy breath of a land-breeze that stirred nothing; and the harps were silent.
According to the concept of immunology, no matter if the immune reaction belongs to physiological or pathological factors, all the developing factors are crucial to disease formation.
The basic rule for treating illness is to shift the pathological immune reaction to a normal physiological immune reaction.
In TCM, it is expressed by regulating the yin and yang balance, by applying holistic approaches to enhance the system’s harmony
The immune modulation effect of Chinese medicine is extremely complicated, and cannot be explained in a short video
IMMUNE SUPPORTIVE AND LUNG PROTECTIVE PREVENTION
On a daily basis, we are constantly exposed to potentially harmful microbes of all sorts. Our immune system, a network of intricate stages and pathways in the body, protects us against these harmful microbes as well as certain diseases
Your immune system is your strongest defense against illness. Everyone is born with an innate immunity that has the purpose of limiting or preventing infection by acting as a barrier to keep harmful materials from entering your body.
“Yu-Ping-Feng-San (YPFS) is a classical traditional Chinese medicine that is widely used for treatment of the diseases in respiratory systems, including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) recognized as chronic inflammatory disease. However, the molecular mechanism remains unclear. Here we detected the factors involved in transforming growth factor beta 1 (TGF-β1)/Smad2 signaling pathway and inflammatory cytokines, to clarify whether YPFS could attenuate inflammatory response dependent on TGF-β1/Smad2 signaling in COPD rats or cigarette smoke extract (CSE)-treated human bronchial epithelial (Beas-2B) cells.”
Acupuncture can be used to treat bladder conditions.
Urinary incontinence is treated by targeting certain points in the leg, and lower abdomen, and sacrum, and stimulating the points with a special TENS unit for acupuncture needles.
A research study in 2009 indicated the use of electroacupuncture to specific points in the lower abdomen, spine, and leg have beneficial effects on neuro-modulation of pain as well as bladder control for up to 3 months following acupuncture treatment.
Acupuncture stimulation of the sacral vertebra, lower abdomen, and leg has a suppressive action on patients with leakage, incontinence, and overactive bladders.
Acupuncture improves symptoms of urge incontinence, and stress incontinence.
Several controlled studies find acupuncture both safe and effective for reducing the amount of urine leakage and frequency of uncontrolled urine leakage.
The studies reveal that acupuncture outperforms medication
A set of twelve weekly treatments is recommended for best results
12 set of Treatments for OA, or Stress incontinence
Acupuncture stimulation of the sacral vertebra, lower abdomen, and leg for patients with overactive bladders resulting in stress and urge incontinence.
Sun Si Miao (c. 7th century) developed the concept of “Phlegm” as the cause of mental disorders, it’s treatment is said to transcend space and time!
The use of ghost points has been changed in modern Chinese medicine to mean “points used in the treatment of mood disorders” however, this is not the original meaning. The original intent of the points was to treat a literal ghost invasion. A possession if you will.
Furthermore, there are other and more complex treatments for ghosts invasions, besides Sun Si Miao’s 13 ghost points, the spirit world is indeed deep and mysterious in the ancient Chinese medical traditions.
Usually a set of 3 Ghost points is needled in one session.
“The four Trinities,” plus the 3rd Eye Point:
(Each trinity relates to the progression of disease)
In the 1st Trinity, there’s the initial build-up of “Phlegm”, characterized by the beginnings of psychological dysfunction and disorientation towards world, and sore throat. These points are used mainly for Heat and Wind conditions
Du 26 – (Ghost Palace)
Often used for inter generational trauma, spontaneous laughing for no reason. Associated with inheritance of ancestral genetics, as well as the human legacy: Humanity. Used for inappropriate laughter or crying. Epilepsy. Fatigue.
Lu 11 – (Ghost Faith)
This acupuncture point is perfect, when a vow, contract, or an important agreement is broken, and anger results. Good during or after divorce, or breakup. Associated with the World (worldly affairs) Epilepsy . Sore throat. Clears Heat in channel. Jing-well point
SP 1 – (Eye of the Ghost)
Bleeding SP 1 is generally used for patients who have poor body image and “eating their feelings” (eating disorders). Associated with Earth (which is associated with one’s body in Chinese ancient medicine) Used for feelings of disorientation in the world. Epilepsy. Resuscitates . Jing-well point.
In the 2nd Trinity, Wind is an issue. Wind can either cause excessive movement, or paralysis. Life attitudes begin to become inflexible and rigid. People become set in their ways, or there’s a lot of indecisiveness.
PC 7 – (Ghost Heart) Earth of Fire
This acupuncture point is the “protector of the heart”, which makes it the perfect point to needle for those who are emotionally upset, broken hearted), after a break up. Also deals with material desires causing alternating and frequent laughing or crying, and irritability. Ghost is at the Pericardium, trying to get into Heart; this is characterized by intense cravings for material objects (Dampness and Phlegm harassing Heart,)
BL 62 – (Ghost Path)
Long standing childhood trauma related to sexual abuse. Anxiety and/or depression as an adult. Opening point for Yang Chiao Mai. Deals with how you walk in the world. You begin to believe the same thing and walk the same path as the Ghost. Epilepsy. Paralysis. Headache.
Du 16 – (Ghost Pillow) (a.k.a. Feng Fu – Warehouse of Change) Deals with flexibility and ability to adapt to change. Because of its location, Du 16 is often overlooked because it is a dangerous point, but it’s a good point for patients who resist change and are inflexible.Ghost gains access into brain. (Ghost Pillow = sleeping with Ghost.) Ridged tongue. Lock Jaw. Loss of voice. Headache
In the 3rd Trinity: This is the level at which people with alcohol or drug addictions get stuck at. They use drugs to get their Fire going.
ST 6 – (Ghost Bed)
This point is perfect for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Patients with PTSD have tendency to clench their jaw, so ST 6 acts as a jaw relaxer as well. Deals with being able to look at suffering and not ignore it. Think of the ability to “chew” the world . Lockjaw. Neurological conditions like deviation of mouth and trigeminal neuralgia. At this point, the person is fully possessed by the Ghost
Ren 24 – (Ghost Market)
This is a great acupuncture point for people who are always worried and are consumed by ruminating dark and negative thoughts, people who don’t smile or laugh. Deals with one’s ability to appreciate one’s own resources. At this point, the Ghost is absorbing. Wasting diseases, the body begins to get thin and to deteriorate. Body is consuming most of its water. Dark urine. Nosebleeds.
PC 8 – (Ghost Cave) Fire of Fire
This is a good point for patients who have lost their sense of self, are manic, have hallucinations, are anxious and are experiencing paranoia. Also deals with acknowledging your true passion in life. At this point, they begin to get paranoid. Here, the Ghost makes one become self-destructive. Fevers Sweating. Heat in nutritive Blood.
In the 4th trinity, there is no longer any communication with the outside world. Unconciousnes and COMA
Du 23 –(Ghost Hall)
For unresponsive people who have years of phlegm misting the mind, and become catatonic, such as Alzheimer’s patients in later stages. About embracing self. Here, the Ghost has taken over . This point has access to the pituitary gland. Severe nasal congestion. Poor vision. Dizzy spells. Alzheimer’s. Phlegm is blocking the internal pathways.
Ren 1 – (Ghost Store)
For patients who are ashamed of their body and their sexuality, and especially for women after childbirth, who suffers from urinary incontinence and low libido, or can’t reach orgasm. About embracing self. Ghost eats up all of Yin Urinary/defecation blockage or incontinence. Menstrual issues. Prolapse This point is also used for drowning.
Li11 – Ghost Leg
clears heat and balances the digestive system. It’s used for patients who like to be in control, and get diarrhea or suffers from IBS when they feel out of control. Earth of Metal. Deals with the world as a reflection of the self. (you are responsible for your own emotions, your own outlook, and overall place in society) High fever . Vomiting.
With all trinity combinations:
Yin Tang – (3rd Eye Point) This 13th Ghost point is controversial. In some text, extra point Gui Feng (under the tongue) is deemed a Ghost point, but because of its location, Yin Tang has been used instead in the West. Both are used for enlightening the mind, seeking knowledge and wisdom. Deals with Enlightenment. Schizophrenia.
Cupping is a type of bodywork therapy that originated in China. It involves placing cups on the skin to create suction, like an inverse of massage.The suction helps facilitate the flow of “qi” in the body. Qi is a Chinese word meaning life force, or vital energy.
Cupping helps balance yin and yang within the body. Restoring balance between these two help with the body’s resistance to pathogens as well as its ability to increase blood flow and reduce pain.
Cupping increases blood circulation to the area where the cups are placed. This may relieve muscle tension, which can improve overall blood flow and promote cell repair. It may also help form new connective tissues and create new blood vessels in the tissue.
Cupping was originally performed using animal horns. Later, this evolved to bamboo and eventually ceramic, “cups”. The suction was created through the use of fire, to generate a vacuum, and then applied to the skin. As they cooled, the cups drew the skin inside.
Modern cupping is often performed using silicone cups and a vacuum pump
When the cup is placed on your skin, the air inside the cup cools and creates a vacuum that draws the skin and muscle upward into the cup. Your skin may turn red as the blood vessels respond to the change in pressure.
The cup is set in place for between 5 and 10 minutes.
Cupping is sometimes performed along with acupuncture treatments.
Cupping has been used to treat a wide variety of conditions. It may be particularly effective at easing conditions that create muscle aches and pain, but cupping can also be effective at treating lung issues, digestive issues, skin issues, and other conditions commonly treated with acupressure.
There aren’t many side effects associated with cupping. The side effects you may experience will typically occur during your treatment or immediately after. Cupping usually leaves circles on your skin for a few days.
Cupping is a long-practiced treatment that may help ease the symptoms of both temporary and chronic health conditions.
As with many alternative therapies, keep in mind that there haven’t been extensive studies performed without bias to fully assess its true effectiveness.
The reason is because your ego is constantly comparing and separating you from your energetic family. The truth is that we are all one, and to really feel this connection is of benefit not only the world, but also to ourselves as individuals.
Do you long to really feel connected and to feel a sense of belonging, and do you intellectually understand that we are all one, but yet you feel alone?
Start by noticing, that without trying, with no effort at all your mind is constantly scanning the world around you and everything in it for differences.
Then, consciously, switch to trying to find similarities in the world and everything in it.
There is no button that you can push and just stop comparing, so instead, use your ego in order to compare itself with the world to your advantage instead of to your disadvantage.
Use your mind to compare itself to things and consciously find similarities instead of differences.
Find as many similarities with as many people, animals, and objects as you can.
Find similarities with people that you feel really different from.
Finally, find similarities with people you hate.
Ask yourself “ how am I similar to ________?”
You will start to feel a sense of belonging while your ego will still feels unthreatened.
If you are suffering from any of the following, you may have referred pain from the upper trapezius trigger points:
Headaches on the temples or tension headaches, facial, temple, or jaw pain, pain behind the eye, dizziness or vertigo (in conjunction with the sternocleidomastoid muscle), severe neck pain, a stiff neck, or limited range-of-motion and intolerance to weight on your shoulders.
What referred pain means is, that even though the origin of the pain is for example at the top of your shoulders, about midway between the neck and the shoulder joint, the pain is experienced elsewhere, such as the head, eyes, or jaw.
There are 200 paired muscles (skeletal muscle) that’s a total of 400 muscles, any one of which can develop trigger points.
Trigger points develop as a result of muscular injuries, strains, and trauma. This causes knotted fibers which restrict the fresh blood supply needed by the muscle cells. In addition, there is often a shortening of the muscle fiber to protect itself from further injury. Trigger points can also develop as a result of structural imbalances, improper body posture, poor nutrition and stress. Over time the muscle learns to avoid pain by limiting its movement. This results in a loss of range of motion of the joint and the probability that the muscle and associated structures will develop trigger points. When treating trigger points there is often a sense of release accompanied.
Image: levator scapulae.
Levator scapulae trigger points causes Neck pain, which may extend to the head causing a headache, pain and restricted range of movement, deep, achy pain and tightness on the upper back along the top of the shoulder blade or neck.
Treating Trigger Points:
Acupuncture is a treatment that involves a very thin needle being pushed through the skin to stimulate for example a trigger point. Acupuncture may release the tight muscle bands associated with trigger points and lead to decreased pain and improved function.
Electroacupuncture uses the same principles as acupuncture, and the same trigger points as the traditional needling method, but it adds a microcurrent to the needle.
Image: Quadratus Lumborum Trigger points and referral pain pattern
Athletes might also see some promising results from electroacupuncture. Electroacupuncture can help with optimal performance and recovery from training sessions thanks to how effectively it releases trigger points.
With a trigger point technique, you can get the muscle to twitch and then relax. The outcome is a more balanced muscle structure and pain or tightness relief in that particular area. This pay-off usually occurs after one to three sessions.
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