Eastern & Western Medicine
Traditional Chinese Medicine – an ancient medicine thousands of years old based on the energy movement, Qi, throughout the mind, body and spirit. The Qi or energy of the body is said to flow through specific channels of the body supporting all of the body’s functions. There are many theories and understandings regarding the energy movement and regulation throughout the body and mind. The four key principles of traditional Chinese medicine are the following:
1. Your body is an integrated whole. Each and every structure in your body is an integral and necessary part of the whole. Along with your mind, emotions, and spirit, your physical body structures form a miraculously complex, interrelated system that is powered by life force, or energy.
2. You are completely connected to nature. Changes in nature are always reflected in your body. TCM factors in the particular season, geographical location, time of day, as well as your age, genetics, and the condition of your body when looking at your health issues.
3. You were born with a natural self-healing ability. Your body is a microcosm that reflects the macrocosm. Think about it: nature has a regenerative capacity, and so do you. Sometimes, this ability may appear to be lost or difficult to access. In most cases, it is never completely gone.
4. Prevention is the best cure. Do you know your body is continually revealing signs about the state of your health? Let’s face it, it’s common to ignore these signs or symptoms until something more complicated arises. TCM teaches you how to interpret what your body is telling you.
HealthECircuits can bridge the gap between Eastern (TCM) and Western medicine by allowing us to finally ‘see’ and measure the movement of energy throughout the body.
Research using the HealthECircuits BEST scan has revealed interesting and remarkable correlations between energy movement and associated disease. It has been able to quantify subtle patterns of imbalance before it the imbalance can manifest as a physiological disease pattern.
HealthECircuits has also substantiated several of the energetic patterns that TCM says exist between organs and their functions. It is also able to recognize patterns such as Liver stagnation, spleen deficiency, low kidney qi, and many other energetic patterns. These patterns once recognized and understood can help a practitioner as well as the individual to reverse the potential physiological outcomes.
Being able to understand energetic shifts in the body, correlate them with ageless wisdom, as well as current medical science provides the foundation for medicine to move forward from ‘sick care – symptom management to true prevention, and fostering real-time health and wellbeing!