|Posted by Thomas Nerbas on December 8, 2017 at 12:15 PM|
The human body is absolutely miraculous, it has the ability to hold and release physical, chemical, emotional stress and trauma. Unresolved, unexpressed, stagnant, ignored, repressed, denied stress and trauma can be stored in the human physiology and when left untreated can eventually turn into disease.
When emotions are appropriately expressed through virtue, disease does not occur. Each organ, nervous system pathway and circulatory system pathway corresponds with a virtue as follows:
The heart, small intestine, triple energizer, pericardium express propriety. The stomach, spleen, pancreas express integrity. The lung, large intestine express righteousness. The kidneys, urinary bladder express wisdom. The liver, gallbladder express benevolence.
As a given virtue erodes, an habitually occurring behaviour arises depending on the presence of an excess or deficient emotion. Each organ, nervous system and circulatory system pathway corresponds with an emotion as follows:
The heart, small intestine, triple energizer, pericardium display the emotion of joy, when in excess; control is the habitual behaviour that arises and when deficient; chaos is the habitual behaviour that arises.
When imbalanced the stomach, spleen, pancreas display the emotion of sympathy, when in excess; self-indulgence is the habitual behaviour that arises and when deficient; ingratiation is the habitual behaviour that arises.
When imbalanced the lung, large intestine display the emotion of grief, when in excess; gain is the habitual behaviour that arises and when deficient; loss is the habitual behaviour that arises.
When imbalanced the kidneys, urinary bladder display the emotion of fear, when in excess; conservativeness is the habitual behaviour that arises and when deficient; recklessness is the habitual behaviour that arises.
When imbalanced the liver, gallbladder display the emotion of anger, when in excess; belligerence is the habitual behaviour that arises and when deficient; timidity is the habitual behaviour that arises.
The focus of Oriental medicine assists in supporting balance within all organ systems, the peripheral and central nervous system, circulatory system pathways to enhance constructive emotional expression, proper organ function, stress management and ultimately disease prevention.
Acupuncture works to connect the brain receptors to the location of the body's injury; restoring nerve supply while optimizing the body's own highly oxygenated, nutrient rich blood circulation; promoting systemic balance and harmony.
Where there is pain, there is lack of circulation, where there is circulation, there is no pain. All the healing agents of the body are found in the blood. When there is an obstruction in the flow of blood to a particular area of the body, that area will be negatively affected, resulting in malfunction. Any area of the body that is damaged due to a trauma or an internal disorder will have difficulty recovering if there is a reduction in the flow of blood to that area. In order to attain and maintain optimum wellness; the unimpeded circulation of oxygen and nutrient rich blood must be delivered to the tissues. Proper functioning of the vascular system, organ systems, nervous system allow this process to occur successfully.
If you experience emotional imbalance, acute discomfort or chronic pain that is lingering or is not being treated by other modalities, consider acupuncture. Treatments focus on the root cause of any uncomfortable symptoms and prevention to strengthen wellness.
The various acupuncture methods that Dr. Thomas Nerbas employs stimulate the body's own neurological self-healing responses upon strategic needle insertion. Points often used include locations of the scalp, face, ears, abdomen, from the shoulders to the fingers, and from the thighs to the toes. These areas can be accessed with comfortable loose fitting clothing on; participants are not required to disrobe. The treatments are efficient, comfortable and extremely effective.
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Categories: The Inner Tradition Of Chinese Medicine