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Research in Medical & Engineering Sciences

Is the Direction of the Acupuncture Meridians Opposite in Males and Females at the Same Time of Day or Night?

Maria Kuman*

Holistic Research Institute, USA

*Corresponding author: Maria Kuman, Holistic Research Institute, 1414 Barcelona Dr, Knoxville, TN 37923, USA

Submission: August 23, 2018; Published: August 29, 2018

DOI: 10.31031/RMES.2018.06.000638

ISSN: 2576-8816
Volume6 Issue3

Editorial

The ancient book on acupuncture [1] explains that the acupuncture meridians are like rivers, but instead of water energy runs along them. In the way the rivers flow into seas, the acupuncture meridians flow into six spinning energy seas. In Hindu books, the six spinning seas are called ‘chakras’, which in Sanskrit mean ‘spinning wheels’ [2].

These six spinning energy centers rule and regulate the six endocrinal glands in the body, which release hormones directly into the blood stream. In amount mg per litter blood, these hormones (and the chakras related to them) rule and regulate all the processes in the body. The chakras are aligned along the backbone and they alternate: vortex (spinning clockwise like a tornado), anti-vortex (spinning counterclockwise), then again a vortex, etc.

Similar chains of alternating vortices and anti-vortices are observed on the surface of the equatorial area of the Sun during solar activity. They are called solar spots and are the openings of tornado-like spinning vortices, which alternate with anti-vortices. While in the north hemisphere of the Sun they are vortex - antivortex –vortex, etc., in the southern hemisphere they are anti-vortex – vortex – anti-vortex, etc. [3] (see also [4]), which means opposite direction of spinning in the northern and southern hemisphere of the Sun.

Hindu books [2] also explain that the chakras in the human body spin in opposite direction in males and females at the same time of day or night. So, if you split the Sun along the equator, the vortex sequence of the southern hemisphere will correspond to that in the male body, while the vortex sequence of the northern hemisphere will correspond to that in the female body.

Hindu’s Yoga books explain that the spinning of the chakras changes to opposite at dawn and dusk, but remain opposite in males and females. They say that the best way to balance chakras is at dawn and dusk when they change the direction of their spinning. So the rotation of the chakras is gender specific and it changes to the opposite twice a day: at dawn and at dusk [2].

If the acupuncture meridians are rivers with energy running along them, and they flow into six spinning energy seas [5], when the spinning of these seas (chakras) changes to opposite, one can expect the direction of the rivers that flow into them to change to the opposite, i.e. the direction of the acupuncture meridians to change to the opposite at dawn and dusk. Is it true?

Is everything we read in the ancient sources right? I have patented electronic equipment, which allows me to measure chakras, and the information is extremely valuable for diagnosis and treatment. I have found the chakra imbalance specific for sleepwalking, the chakra imbalance specific for bipolar disorder, the chakra imbalances specific for autism, etc.

I have also a way to detect the direction of spinning of each chakra and I have the proof that they spin in opposite directions in males and females. Since the acupuncture meridians flow into and off the spinning chakras, if the chakras spin in opposite direction in males and females, the acupuncture meridians need to run in opposite direction in males and females.

Recently, we became aware through measurements that the donut-shaped nonlinear electromagnetic fields (NEMF) spin in opposite directions in males and females [4]. This means that when the donut-shaped fields of males spin in clockwise direction and suck energy, the donut-shaped fields of females spin in counterclockwise direction and emit energy. The opposite direction of spinning of the fields of males and females should lead to opposite direction of spinning of their chakras and opposite direction of the meridians flowing in and out of the chakras.

Is this the case? Is the direction of the acupuncture meridians different in males and females? The question remains open. I invite all practicing acupuncturists to help find the answer. Some sensitive individuals sense an electric impulse running from the treated acupuncture point in the direction of the meridian. Please, ask your male and female patients, if they can sense this electric impulse. Ask them in which direction they feel the impulse runs and record their answers. Thank you. And we will discuss the answers on the pages of the journal.

References

  1. Ilza V (1971) Huang ti nei ching sue wen. University of California Press, Berkley-Los Angeles-London, UK.
  2. Maria K (2009) Yoga-health benefits, science, and wisdom. Health and Happiness Books.
  3. Maria K (2009) Find your soul mate-secrets of the soul. Health and Happiness Books.
  4. Maria K (2008) Modern aspects of ancient acupuncture. Health and Happiness Books.
  5. Maria K (2017) Same fields and dynamics in stars and man. Health and Happiness Books.

© 2018 Maria Kuman. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License , which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and build upon your work non-commercially.



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