Shamans of Peru
Herbert lecture of Quinteros, legendary hereditary Peruvian shaman and healer. Herbert will talk about the shamanic traditions and their origins, their personal experience of healing, will answer all your questions…

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Treatment of folk remedies and methods of polycystic kidney disease
Polycystic kidney disease (PBI) is an inherited disease in which the body is formed hollow, filled with liquid. Depending on the size and intensity of proliferations, they can disrupt the…

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Energy healers — what they do?

Energy healers — what they do? So, what are “Energy healers” are doing? First, let’s look at what the energy healer.

Energy healing is the practice of an ancient type of medical art. The art of healing has been known for thousands of years in many ancient civilizations that lived and flourished on this planet in the past.

If we look at culture today, especially in the East, we will see that a large part of this knowledge was saved and is still largely used in their health systems.

The most well-known cultures that use this form of healing is Chinese and Indian culture.

We have to dig deeper into the science and concepts of this healing art, but essentially energy healer working with the basic energies of the human system. These energies are the basis for the establishment and functioning of all other cells and organs in the system. I’m talking about the system, because that person is being more than just a physical body.

Working with these energies, an energy healer can help to restore and harmonize the patient in a range of different ways of cleansing, and then a revival of these fundamental energies. Continue reading

The treasuries of wisdom of ancient medicine. Traditional Chinese medicine

Traditional Chinese medicine sees the person as the layout of the Universe – the universal self-adjusting mechanism.

China is one of the most ancient civilizations of the world, it is more than 6 thousand years. For hundreds of years China evolved in isolation, so and traditional Chinese medicine in many ways unique, she sees the person as the layout of the Universe – the universal self-adjusting mechanism.

A specialist in traditional Chinese medicine in China this is the official profession. But it should be noted that traditional medicine can only deal with a person who has received graduate medical education. What can modern people make use of the accumulated ancient knowledge?

Acupuncture – reflexology, acupuncture

Earth, metal, fire, water and wood – 5 elements, according to the ancient Chinese, from which is woven the universe and the human body. They are all intertwined and each element is associated with a specific human organ. Five-pointed star refers to the connection of all elements. And this is consistent with the concepts and modern medicine, so neither can any organ in the human body to exist in itself, independently of the other. Continue reading

Alternative medicine – acupressure

The technique of acupressure is based on ancient Chinese theories about energy that permeates the human body along specific channels, called meridians. This technique is a massage of biologically active points. Acupressure allows you to adjust the vital energy flow and promotes healing of the whole organism. The combination of acupressure with other agents is called shiatsu.

The philosophy of acupressure and shiatsu

Adherents of nontraditional Chinese medicine believe that the physical state of the body affects the strength of the energy flow – qi the vital energy that runs up and down along the meridians, from head to toe. If the stream is moving erratically or is blocked, it leads to the development of various ailments. One of the ways of regulation of qi flow is massage certain points of the body where the meridians are located directly under the skin. Through various pressure to enhance the flow or dissipate, depending on what disease you need to cure it.

In China, acupressure is used for thousands of years, along with acupressure doctors also use the method of acupuncture – acupuncture. In the VI century method of Buddhist monks took over the people of Japan, and at the beginning of last century the Japanese developed a new method of treatment – shiatsu in addition to massage active tokenprimary pressure with the palms and stretching the muscles. Continue reading