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Instrumental Techniques in Hlistic Medicine By Gábr Lednyiczky: Intuitin can be described as a perceptin, and has been experienced by mst peple t sme degree. Intuitin can be enhanced thrugh practice, and

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Instrumental Techniques in Hlistic Medicine By Gábr Lednyiczky: Intuitin can be described as a perceptin, and has been experienced by mst peple t sme degree. Intuitin can be enhanced thrugh practice, and the degree t which intuitin can be helpful r deceptive can be measured thrugh bservatin and analysis. In additin t intuitin, all ancient human scieties recgnized a vital energy, referred t as a 'healing presence' r 'healing thught'. In mdern sciety, mst scientists and physicians have abandned the direct use f vital energy as part f the healing paradigm. Hwever, sme scientists cntinue t recgnize this energy, and have attempted t demnstrate its existence with the help f different devices. Mdern measuring techniques nw enable scientists t study self-cntrlling prcesses and cellular cmmunicatin systems n the phtn level. This intense prgress in biphysics led t discvery f the interactins f vital prcesses previusly described nly by csmlgical thesis. These advanced measuring techniques are bringing scientific validity t what the ancients understd thrugh intuitin. Fr example, electrphysilgy has aided in understanding the wrking mechanisms f acupuncture. The fact that the human bdy releases varius frms f radiatin is well knwn. Bth electrmagnetic (EM) and mechanical waves such as ultrasund (US), are used by cnventinal medicine fr diagnstic and therapeutic purpses. Research int ther electrmagnetic frequencies, as well as mre subtle energy emissins, is nging, and is likely t yield extremely useful infrmatin fr bth diagnsis and treatment. Energy research supprts the hlistic cncept f health and wellness, which is linked t an verall, integrated mdel, where all rgan systems, emtinal, psychlgical and csmic factrs are wrking tgether in a balanced fashin. This is in cntrast t the mdern medical reductinist mdel, which attempts t evaluate a particular part f the rganism withut recgnizing the integratin f the whle. An example f this is a cnventinal medical in depth analysis f the gastr-intestinal tract, withut ever asking the patient what they are eating, r what stress they may be under. The use f bi-electric diagnstic techniques recgnizes several underlying principles: self-rganizatin and adaptive activity f bilgical systems are nt linear interactins f physilgic prcesses can be understd thrugh the examinatin f bilgical cmmunicatin rganisms can nly be analysed within the cntext f their wn envirnment, while recgnising the dynamics f inter-cmmunicatin with this envirnment the exchange f bilgical infrmatin is carried ut primarily thrugh electrmagnetic (EM) and subtle energy infrmatin systems bichemical reactins are dependent n these energy infrmatin systems Bi-electric analysis and treatment mdalities incrprate the cncept f resnance. The wrd resnance riginated frm the Latin wrd resnare = rings back, and ccurs when the frequencies f tw separate systems are in harmny with each ther. This term is ften used t express an acustic effect, and als refers t electrmagnetic, emtinal, mrphgenetic and biinfrmatin systems that interact with each ther. There must be an apprpriate medium between the systems in rder t have a resnance-based effect: e.g. air, in the case f sund-waves, and EM fields fr electrmagnetic waves. Resnance cmmunicatin is an integral part f all living systems, including the human bdy. An example f this is seeing r hearing. The eyes and ears are nly able t receive a specific discreet range f frequencies and intensities, while all ther signals utside f these limits will nt be prcessed due t the lack f resnance. Substances which can act as medicines, will have a resnance with a given individual, which will yield a Instrumental Techniques in Hlistic Medicine signal that will help t balance any internal circuit that has becme de-cmpensated, and is nt functining ptimally, by bringing it back int resnant harmny. There are several efficient nn-invasive diagnstic tls that have been develped accrding t these principles. Sme f these have been used fr years, with excellent results. EAV (Electr-acupuncture accrding t Vll) Reinhld Vll ( ) was a German architect, wh was prmpted by his wn pr health t attend medical schl. After graduating he wrked as an anatmist, and then as a physician. In the last ten years f his life he carried ut research n the electrphysilgy f acupuncture. In the 1950 s Dr. Vll develped a diagnstic methd that recgnized separate rgans as part f a whle, integrated system. He began t assess the bi-infrmatin emitted by the bdy in rder t assess hw well rgan systems were functining. The bielectric device that Dr. Vll develped, surveyed blckages in the bi-infrmatin system by measuring the strength f the electrmagnetic message running thugh specific test pints. The mst representative electrphysical measurements were taken n skin surface areas where electrical resistance was much lwer than n surrunding areas. Diagram 1-2 resistance ptential Skin surface (mm) These test pints partly cincide with the classical acupuncture pints used fr ver 5000 years in Traditinal Chinese Medicine. They serve as a kind f 'gate' thrugh which an rganism's bicybernetic energy cmmunicates with the external wrld. These pints have a dual nature: they are useful fr bth gathering infrmatin, and fr delivering treatments t the rgans and rgan systems that they relate t inside the bdy. 2/35 Instrumental Techniques in Hlistic Medicine Althugh electr-acupuncture and functinal bielectrical rgan testing use the technical terms 'electrically special' r 'electrically active pint' (EAP), the area used fr testing is nt actually a pint. It is mre accurately an area that has a diameter f apprximately 2-3 millimeters ( inch). Diagram 3-4 Electrical cnductivity map f the skin at acupuncture pints The systematic mapping f the skin's electrical cnductivity has been researched thrugh several stages. First, the acupuncture pints were tested. Then the direct-current fields between different parts f the bdy were defined. This has been fllwed by the study f the plarizatin effects that emerge during the prcess f wund healing. (Pierce MC, et. al. Birefringence measurements in human skin using plarizatin-sensitive ptical cherence tmgraphy. J Bimed Opt Mar-Apr;9(2): ) Research is nw fcusing n a cmplex analysis f the rganisms' electrmagnetic (EM) field measurements as small as 1-10 ftn/sec./cm 2 can be detected. Operating principle f EAV Testing EAV testing is used t examining the reactins f the bdy t a lw-vltage (usually U 3V) direct current lad. The cnductivity between EAP pints and reference dides are used t arrive at a measurement value. This allws the practitiner t take readings that refer t the state f affairs inside the bdy by measuring infrmatin n the skin thrugh windws ffered by acupuncture pints. These pints have an ptimal electrical resistance in healthy subjects which is affected by changes within the bdy, as well as in the external envirnment. Each pint is assciated with a specific meridian, rgan and bdy system. By measuring different pints n a patient, it is pssible t determine which rgans are ut f balance, and which treatments may 3/35 Instrumental Techniques in Hlistic Medicine best be used t help t restre balance. Readings f 95kΩ (r equivalent) are cnsidered nrmal, and are interpreted as a value f by the measuring device. If the EAP's resistance decreases because f an acute disease prcess, such as inflammatin, then its cnductivity increases and the device shws a value higher than the nrmal value, and will read 55 r abve. If, hwever, the area being analysed is suffering frm a chrnic, degenerative disrder, the infrmatin channels becme blcked and damaged, which results in an increase in skin resistance and a lwer cnductivity, which lwers the reading t 45 r belw. The fllwing diagram shws these relatinships: Diagram 5-6 measuring value resistance 10 (Khm) acute / inflmmatry tendency 70 itis nrmal range chrnic degenerative tendency se Relatin between measuring value and resistance Measuring values and their meanings THE TESTING EAV testing is accmplished by placing the tip f an electrde in the middle f the reference area (EAP), and pressing the electrde smthly int the pint. The testing technique must be practiced in rder t be mastered, since the number generated can be influenced by the amunt f pressure used t press against the patient's skin and ther factrs mentined belw. The fllwing parameters influence the pint reading: amunt f pressure applied angle and placement f the electrde n the pint humidity f the skin, general hydratin cnditin f the patient envirnmental factrs (ie. Electrmagnetic fields in the test facility) 4/35 Instrumental Techniques in Hlistic Medicine Therefre, the mvement shuld be definite and square t the pint but still careful enugh in rder t feel the plateau. When the plateau is reached, the value f the reading stays cnstant, even if the pressure f the electrde is increased. Diagram 7 measuring value cntinuus cnstant pressure increase hand + sund high plateau gauging pressure In additin t determining the balance r imbalance f internal rgans, this testing technique can yield clues abut the severity f the pathlgic prcess in the affected areas. If the value f the plateau is unstable while the pressure n the detecting head is slwly increasing, it may indicate a severe imbalance which may nt respnd t gentle, natural therapies. TESTING FOR THERAPEUTIC AGENTS EAV testing is a resnance test which is extremely useful as an aid t the practitiner t help determine the underlying cause f the patient s illness.. Each individual (as well as rgan systems within an individual) has a specific limit t the degree t which they can cmpensate fr varius stresses that the system encunters. If the system is stressed beynd this limit, there is a decmpensatin which can lead t illness, and external help is needed t re-establish balance. Diagram 8: Nrmal Bi-cybernetic system 5/35 Instrumental Techniques in Hlistic Medicine Limit value f the system's cmpensatin ability. (If the system exceeds this limit, external help is needed t regain its balance.) Real value, which scillating accrding t the system's wn peridicity arund the ideal value. Nrmal value / ideal value Diagram 9: Decmpensatin f a Bi-cybernetic system (illness). Beginning f the illness End f the illness The system is in a cmpensated state again. After a decmpensatin due t stress r illness, the individual will ften manifest a new nrmal value. This ften ccurs during a change in the life cycle, such as during menpause in wmen r decrease in hrmne prductin in men. Other changes in the envirnment can als lead t a new nrmal value, such as mving t a new hme at a different lcatin r altitude (this changes the number f red bld cells). Diagram 10: Change t a New Nrmal Value 6/35 Instrumental Techniques in Hlistic Medicine Beginning f decmpensatin Adjustment t a new ideal value New cmpensatin limit When we are wrking in the field f bi-cybernetics, the fcus is n the inter-relatinship between circular patterns that inter-react in a netted feedback lp relatinship, with each system influencing the ther, rather than a linear cause-effect apprach. Which factr is a reasn and which factr is a result? This changes accrding t the pint f view at any mment in time. Diagram 11: Result and Reasn Changes Accrding t the Pint f View RESULT REASON RESULT REASON REASON RESULT 7/35 Instrumental Techniques in Hlistic Medicine Since these systems are cnnected t each ther, synchrnus events ften ccur. Therefre, this frm f testing can be useful in ascertaining which treatment r grup f treatments may be useful fr that individual t help rebalance the system. By placing a particular substance in the test circuit, an immediate change can be mnitred in the system s cmpensatin ability. The practitiner can then nte which therapy mst strngly brings the patient s system back int balance. The practitiner can als test t see hw ften and hw much f the desired treatment shuld be utilized by that patient. Materials that can be tested fr ptential use fr the patient include herbs, nutritinal supplements, fds, and hmepathic preparatins such as Sarcdes, isdes, nsdes and allersdes. In additin t these physical substances, specific electrmagnetic signals can als psitively effect an rganism, by effecting the rganism s regulating circuits thrugh resnance. Frm a biphysical pint f view, anything that brings a decmpensated signal back int a cmpensated state, can be cnsidered as medicinal. The understanding f this interactin frmed the basis fr the develpment f Vll s testing and treatment techniques. The Law Of Hrmesis may help explain this therapeutic phenmena. Hw culd we see the light if ur eyes were nt like the Sun? - Gethe. LAW OF HORMESIS Hrmesis is a term used t describe a dse respnse phenmenn in which a lw dse f a substance slicits the ppsite effect f that same substance in a high dse. Fr example, in hmepathy, a very small dse f allium sativum r nin, will help t stp the same symptms that are caused by interacting with a large dse f nins, such as tears and a runny nse. Often a txic substance, r pllutant, will have the ppsite effect in a small dse, than it has in a high dse. The mechanism that causes this bserved phenmenn is prly understd. One thery hlds that a lw dse initiates a cmpensatry mechanism in the bdy that ffsets the damage that may be caused by a higher dse. This is similar t the effect seen with vaccinatins. The study f Hrmesis began 110 years ag with Hug Schulz's micrbilgical tests: in these tests Schulz nticed that a mushrm's vitality was increased greatly by smaller dsages f materials that usually have a deleterius effect (e.g. idine, brmine, salicylic acid, chrme acid, silver chlride.) Later, tgether with psychiatrist, Rudlf Arndt, he framed the Arndt-Schulz law, which states that every stimulus which causes an effect n a living cell, initiates a bilgical respnse that is reciprcally prprtinal t the intensity f the stimulus. In ther wrds, a substance which is txic in high amunts, can be beneficial in lw amunts. This same phenmena applies t radiatin and ther energy emanatins. Fr instance, current research shws that lw levels f raditherapy can initiate adaptive prtectin against DNA damage, and 8/35 Instrumental Techniques in Hlistic Medicine stimulate immune functin. (Feinendegen LE. Evidence fr beneficial lw level radiatin effects and radiatin hrmesis. Br J Radil Jan;78(925):3-7.) Furthermre, Schulz believed that the use f lw-dses f the apprpriate, rgan-specific material increases the vitality f certain rgans t the maximum extent f their respective physilgical limit. At the end f the 19 th century anther scientist, I. Hueppe, fund similar results in his research with bacteria. In the 1920s studies abut hrmesis included the effects f lw cncentratins f txic materials n several types f bilgical systems. Due t these analyses it was fund that the thery f hrmsis is a universal law and valid t every living being. In the 1940s, Sutman and Emrlim gave the name, hrmesis t the effect, after a Greek wrd which means t increase . In additin, they defined hrmesis as a stimulating effect f a txic material's dsage which des nt cause inhibitin n a living being. Observatins abut hrmesis multiplied in the 1950 s. Wilder established that the stimulating effect grws reciprcally, in prprtin t the actual perating level f the respective rgan. He als stated that due t individual variatin, the meaning f lw-dsage , r high-dsage is different fr everyne. Similarly, depending n the changes in the cnditin f a persn, the same stimulus might be cnsidered as a small dsage and later as a large r middle dsage, which may induce different bilgical effects. Hrmesis is currently being re-investigated as a useful adjunct t anti-aging cncerns, and can initiate the repair f metablic pathways by repeated expsure t mild stress, which can lead t increased health and vitality in the senir years. (Rattan SI, Clark BF. Understanding and mdulating ageing. IUBMB Life.2005Apr- May;57(4-5): ) In the 1960s, Twnsend and Luckey intrduced fur basic types f dsage-dependent reactins: A - increasing dsage causes a cntinuus increase in the txic effect 9/35 Instrumental Techniques in Hlistic Medicine B increasing dsage causes a preliminary stimulating effect, fllwed by increasing txicity C increasing dsage initially increases txicity, fllwed by a stimulating effect, and later by increased txicity D increasing dsage causes an initial stimulatin, fllwed by increased txicity, then stimulatin, ending in a final txic state The cnceptin f hrmesis was later expanded by Luckey: every agent, physical, chemical, r bilgical, has a stimulating effect if it is used in a dsage much smaller than that f the bilgically detrimental dsage. Diagram /35 Instrumental Techniques in Hlistic Medicine EAV and FEDT(Functinal Electrdynamic Testing (FEDT) use micrdsage frmulatins based n the hrmesis thery, since adaptatin can be generated by hrmlig (hrm = increase/stimulate, lig = small prtin). DETERMINING THE REMEDY When testing t determine the mst apprpriate remedy t use fr an individual, the practitiner shuld chse an EAP pint riginally tested as t high r t lw, indicating a decmpensatin, r imbalance in the system assciated with that pint. Then ampules f pssible remedies can be placed within the circuit ( such as allwing the patient t hld the ampule), while the pint is remeasured. The apprpriate remedy will change the reading that was t high r t lw t a nrmal reading. Althugh this system is useful, it is extremely time cnsuming t test individual remedies in this manner. We have develped a cmputerized methd which, while similar t the well established electrmagnetic measurements f EKG r EEG, is able t measure thusands f ptential remedies thrugh the use f mixed dides. 11/35 Instrumental Techniques in Hlistic Medicine A 12-channel device develped in Hungary utilises this cmputerised methd, and is a true breakthrugh in hlistic diagnstics: apprximately 2000 materials can be tested n a patient in apprx 5 minutes. The infrmatin frm this test can help the practitiner determine the agents (stressrs) disturbing the patient's metablism, which areas are ut f balance, and what therapies can be useful t help that individual. The prcedure is called Functinal Electrdynamic Testing (FEDT). It is similar t the EAV system, but has several advantages: EAV Must be perfrmed n a small skin area (EAP) FEDT N need t place testing dide n specific EAP pint Analysis yields infrmatin nly abut the area represented by the EAP pint The nly measurement parameter is the graph reading f the energy f the finger meridian the measurement results are dependant n the tester s ability,the exact placing f the measuring head, and the dynamics f the applied pressure steady humidity f the EAP surface is very imprtant t maintain assisting measurements help t determine the result f the actual measurement, and may vary prvides direct infrmatin which can be used in the therapeutic plan prvides glbal infrmatin abut the whle rganism prvides mre infrmatin n the dynamism f the adaptatin prcess, a functinally mre exact measurement can be achieved autmatic measurements nce the dides have been placed; nt dependant n tester s ability; n errrs arising frm the measuring techniques humidity f the skin under the dides remains cnstant, r, if it changes, remains even under the dides after the first test phase the tester can access if further preparative treatments are necessary direct infrmatin f the stressrs that effect the individual, as well as their adaptive tendencies, can be determined 12/35 Instrumental Techniques in Hlistic Medicine prvides direct infrmatin which can be used in the therapeutic plan, as well as the specific therapeutic signals that wuld be helpful t the individual as this time Implementing FEDT Detailed infrmatin can be determined abut every cmpnent, rgan and functin f an rganism by placing dides n the extremities and the frehead, effectively mnitring biphysical and energetic measuremen
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