Meridians helping connect the body and mind, they link an individual’s consciousness and subconsciousness. While connections occur at the physiological level, other critical linkages take place at an invisible or quantum level that today’s technology cannot yet measure.
How can certain masters alter their physical bodies through meditation? It’s not simply mind over matter. The master has learned to use the power of meridians to dramatically alter physical functions. Some masters can sit on an ice block and melt it by raising their body temperature.
Some can stop their brain waves and appear as if dead. If the mind is totally gone, then what controls this situation? What allows the master to revive himself? The master has raised the art of using the power of meridians to a very high degree.
Because meridians are so powerful, they offer the smoothest channel for unconscious and subconscious communications within the body. Using acupuncture to readjust and unblock meridians is one of the best therapies available to help patients connect body, mind, and spirit, and recover their healing power. This modality allows the unconscious mind to participate in the healing process.
This way—and only this way—can the root cause of problems be fixed. Otherwise, the patient must practice Qigong to help unblock or “refunction” the meridians. Qigong practice help the patient participates in the healing process; but acupuncture is easier for most people.
These and other Traditional Chinese practices all form part of TCM, each adding a little to the history and methodology of Acupuncture and Herbs.
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Excerpts from the original interview with Grand Master Nan Lu, who is the founding director and president of the Traditional Chinese Medicine World Foundation, one of the foremost educational organization for traditional Chinese Medicine.