What is Energy Medicine?
Energy medicine is both a complement to other approaches to medical care and a complete system for self-care and self-help.Energy medicine can address physical illness and emotional or mental disorders, and can also promote high-level wellness and peak performance. By learning simple energy techniques, you can improve your health, sharpen your mind, and increase your joy and vitality.Energy medicine shows you how to understand and work with your body’s reservoir of subtle energies to:
* increase your vitality identify and correct energy imbalances that keep you from being at your best
* enhance your health and your state of mind.
Energy Medicine demonstrates some of the most basic methods and principles of energy work. You learn that your body is comprised of centers of energy and energy pathways that are in constant motion, a dynamic interplay not only with other energies, but also with your cells, your organs, your immune system, and your mood. You will also learn
* how to influence the flow of these energies by tapping or
massaging or tracing specific energy points or pathways.
* basic routines that are helpful to nearly everyone.
* how to begin to identify where your own energies need special attention.
Energy medicine is also preventive:
By recognizing energy disruptions before symptoms appear, the energy problem can be corrected rather than allowed to progress until it erupts into cancer, heart failure, or a nervous disorder.
In fact, in some provinces of ancient China, where an understanding of the body’s energies was central to the treatment, you paid the physician to keep you healthy. If you got sick, more intensive treatments were offered, but they were free.
The applications of energy medicine also extend beyond health and healing. You can maximize your performance in almost any endeavor if you get your energies into an optimal flow and harmony.
Energy medicine is a new field with ancient roots. It builds not only on what is known in Western science and medicine, it also draws heavily from Eastern health practices and disciplines such as acupuncture, yoga, and qi gong.
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