The most common form of disease assessment in acupuncture and Chinese medicine is pulsology and tongue diagnosis. They are great diagnostic tools that can determine disease symptoms and their syndromes with incredible accuracy.
However, by actually learning what qi looks and feels like acupuncturists can understand homeostatic conditions by directly analyzing the electro-magnetic qi energy radiation that continually emits from a patient's body. By doing so therapists can quickly decern where the areas of concern are and apply a variety of healing techniques to correct the imbalances that created the disease.
Excess and deficiencies, blood and qi stasis, stress, injuries, diseases, symptoms and syndromes and even life styles and events can be predicted through analyzing the variable qualities of a patient's qi. The major reason why qigong assessment can be so accurate is because of the fundamental quality of qi called xinxi. Xinxi is best translated as spiritual-energy-information. Meaning that all fragments of qi are a form of energy that contain a DNA quality about it. The DNA quality of qi maintains the characteristics of its place of origin until it dissipates into the expanse of the universe or is transformed by another source of energy. When psychics are hired by the police department to find somebody they are following the qi energy's xinxi until they finally make contact with its source.
The same principle applies to qigong assessment. By directly analyzing the quality of the patients qi therapists can have a direct understanding of the nature of their patient's suffering and its psycho-physical relationship.
Practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine have an intimate understanding of the integral relationship between physical, mental, and spiritual diseases. After a distal assessment of the patient therapists look for corresponding channels, collaterals, and meridians to detect blockages in qi flow and xinxi. To treat locally or distally is never enough. It is very important to treat both equally purifying the very root of the disease. Any residual xinxi left locally or in its corresponding channels can result in the return of the disease. A common saying in China is that western medicine only treats the peripheral and not the root. That's because western medicine has a habit of diagnosing symptom instead of syndromes. To re-establish harmony within a patient therapists need to know not only the integral relationships between the three modes of being and their various body parts, but what type of treatment will be the most effective. Using acupuncture first stimulates the qi and relaxes the patient. Then the therapist transmits or draws qi energy through the needles and corresponding body parts to increase its effectiveness. The greater the qi the greater the result.
Being relaxed it is easier to realign the patient's channels, collaterals, meridians, bones, tendons and muscles using tuina, bana, acupointing, rotations, massage and topical energy transmission. Of course the best results of qigong therapy and acupuncture is directly related to the power of the therapist's energy cultivation and wisdom.
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