Tonification-sedation points • Back-shu and Mu-front points • Luo-connecting and Yuan source points •
Xi-cleft points • Organ Clock and its uses • Mother-son Cycle • Controlling Cycle • Using extra meridians
to influence energy •
Very useful exercises to send energy from one to another organ, one to another area of body - true balancing! Acupuncture is an ancient medical system from China, which has a history of over 2500 years. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, the main energy of the body is divided into two main polarities – the Yin and the Yang. These two energies balance each other when we are healthy. But if there is an imbalance between these, this would result in disease. In order to heal the disease, the energies should be brought to balance again.
This ‘balancing’ is done by needling different points on the body. These points are found on lines (or meridians) of energy flow throughout the body. The lines represent the energies of different organs of our body.
For instance, the ‘Heart energy’ flows through one line and the ‘Kidney energy’ flows through another. There are all together 14 such meridians on the body. They have many different points on them, 361 points in all. There are different points to pull energy from other organs when there is a weakness, and we call them tonification points and other points to send away energy to various organs if there was too much, and these are called sedation points. Using the various points – we can send energy from one to another organ, or from one to another place in the body.
„This treatment can be done even better by using different needling techniques, moxibustion, cupping therapy, stimulation of the needles. This treatment may bring upon immediate results, or it may be that it takes a few days for the patient to feel the effect of the treatment.” Dr. Radha Thambirajah
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Dr. med. Radha Thambirajah graduated from Shanghai Military Medical College in 1970, in Medicine with speciality in Acupuncture and Orthopaedic medicine. After returning to Sri Lanka, she pioneered the practice of Acupuncture there and founded the Academy of Chinese Acupuncture in 1980. The Academy has trained many medical professionals all over the world.
In 1984 Dr. med. Radha Thambirajah moved to the UK, and continued her practice and teaching. She lectures in many countries: Germany, Switzerland, Greece, Italy, Spain, Poland, Australia and Brasil. Dr. med. Radha Thambirajah has written two books: Energetics in Acupuncture, Cosmetic Acupuncture and Dermatological Diseases, both published in English and German.
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