Energy Chi Meridian Diagnostics
Optimizing and balancing your chi – vital energy is the only effective way to live the life you truly want to live. While you are radiating a low energy vibration, your life will never be in harmony and you will constantly live with an inner feeling of discontent and lack of power. But this can be changed! – Kris Zurek
Q: What are meridians?
A: According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), meridians are energy channels through which vital energy circulates between the “organs”. The term “organ” means the concept much wider than a physiological organ of the same name. In total there are 12 meridians, which connect with different organs and muscles.
Q: Why the energy in the meridians needs to be balanced for us to stay healthy and strong?
A: When Chi/energy flows freely through the meridians, the body is balanced and healthy, but if the energy becomes blocked, stagnated or weakened, it can result in physical, mental or emotional ill health. An imbalance in a person’s body can result from inappropriate emotional responses such as: excess anger, over-excitement, self-pity, deep grief and fear. Environmental factors such as cold, damp/humidity, wind, dryness, and heat can cause imbalance. Other factors include: diet, overwork , too little or too much exercise, stress, physical injuries, mental exhaustion and emotional disturbances, environmental toxicity, geopathic stress and non-ionizing or ionizing radiation i.e. from mobile phones, x-rays, mammograms or cat scans.
Q: What is Meridian Diagnostic?
A: The Meridian Diagnostic is a non-invasive health screening method based on an efficient energy diagnosis system. By measuring the pulses, the conductivity of the meridians can be established, which in turn enables us to analyse the energy status and the self-regulation capacity of the human organism. Disharmonies in organs correlate to changes of the energy flow in corresponding meridians.
Q: Why Meridian Diagnostic Test could be good for me?
A: The Meridian Diagnostic Analysis highlights the irregularities in the Chi energy balance and energy circulation. This allows us to define the state of health of organs, the nervous and hormone system, as well as the immune system. Testing meridians can also help people to validate if what they are doing (i.e. diet, lifestyle, type of exercise) is powerful enough to counteract environmental and psychological stresors and promote balance in their energy system and organs. We also can offer guidance as to how to improve the energy.
Q: How should I prepare for the test?
A: Measurements should preferably be conducted in the morning time, three hours after last meal, when the body is rested and not under stress.
Q: What will I get during the test and how long will it take?
A: Person will receive a printout of the test with visual depiction of imbalances displayed clearly on the graphs as well as advice for correction. Testing and evaluation time can take approx. 30 min, depending up on the complexity of the case and type of tests included.
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List of 12 meridians/organs:
- Lung meridian
- Colon meridian
- Spleen meridian
- Stomach meridian
- Heart meridian
- Small intestine meridian
- Urinary bladder meridian
- Kidney meridian
- Pericardium meridian
- Triple heater meridian
- Gall bladder meridian
- Liver meridian
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Cost: €32, up to 30 min – Basic session of Energy Chi Meridian Diagnostics
€42 – Extended session of Meridian Diagnostics + Bio-Energy/Chakra Assessment
€62, up to 1hr – Complete session of Meridian Diagnostics + Bio-Energy/Chakra Assessment + HRV test (Heart Rate Variability)
All sessions include advice and tips on how to improve oneself.
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Additional Explanation: Meridians, organs and vital energy Chi/Qi
According to the doctrine of traditional Chinese medicine , the human body has 5 main, and with them 12 significant “organs”, ie, the structural and functional units combined in the concept of “organ” not so much because they’re morphologically delineated and topographically bounded (as it is customary in our school of medicine), but because of common functional activity. This should be well understood”.
– V. G. Vogralik “Fundamentals of Chinese medical method Zhen-chiu”
So, when saying “organ” we mean “functional system”.
The term “functional system” was introduced by Russian physiologist P. K. Anokhin. He realized that the traditional anatomical approach did not allow to explain the ability of organisms to maintain homeostasis, interact with the environment and adapt to it. Therefore he has proposed to shift the attention focus from the individual organs to the physiological functions. And has described the unified principles of structure of various functional systems.
Only perceiving organs adopted in traditional Oriental/Chinese Traditional Medicine like some prototypes of the modern functional systems we can realize all sagacity of ancient healers and the value of their systematic approach.
Let’s consider five major organs, as they’re described by V. G. Vogralik:
“The “heart” — the entire cardiovascular system with its function of blood circulation, closely related with mental human activity;
The “spleen” — the entire digestive system, which implements the function of meal intake and processing, absorption and using by the body, utilization of produced toxins;
The “kidneys” — the system of urine formation, total water-salt metabolism and excretion of the organism liquid waste, the entire humoral regulation (the endocrine glands);
The “lungs” — the entire respiratory system, which includes the skin;
The “liver” — with its most dynamic metabolic activity, central and autonomic nervous regulation of this activity and impact on the other organs”.
In some cases there are very significant distinctions in the interpretation of organ functions in traditional Chinese medicine from the ideas, adopted in modern medicine. In particular, the “spleen” in traditional Chinese medicine is in charge of the entire digestive system, that is in care of the spleen, among the other organs of the digestive system are: the stomach, the small intestine, the colon, the liver, the gallbladder and the pancreas — the physiological organs which have given their names to the “organs” in traditional Chinese medicine. While the role of the spleen as a physiological organ is much more modest — fine purification of blood, removing of outdated blood cells and platelets, plus hemoglobin recycling.