Eastern Medicine

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Course Title:
Eastern Medicine – Anatomy and physiology of the energetic body.

Listen to John Veltheim's description of the course.

Course Overview:
Eastern Medicine focuses on developing a holistic understanding of the functional organization, interconnections, and most importantly, the relationship between the various energy systems. This will redefine the practical approach to therapy of all energy-based healthcare systems including BodyTalk.

Course Description
The treatment and understanding of the bodymind through the energy systems has been practiced for centuries. It is currently enjoying a significant increase in popularity because of the way biophysics has redefined science in its understanding of how the body works.

There is, however, a significant weakness in this study. Once you start examining the systems you realize how fragmented the knowledge is. Each system of energy medicine is practiced as a isolated system in its own right in most cases. Sometimes it is called integrative medicine or holistic medicine. The “holistic” description is really just implying that it is different to the basic scientific medical model and is working at a higher frequency level. Many of these systems can be integrated into other systems or even into the medical model however; this does not mean they are “integrated” medicine in the classic sense of the word. A truly integrated healthcare model will incorporate all of the energy systems including the medical model.

For example, in Chinese Medicine you may learn that the term Qi refers to ‘life-force’ and then later study the Indian Systems and learn that the term Prana is referring to the same idea, or is it? And what about Kundalini, where does it fit into the mix? Similarly, you may learn about the meridians of Chinese acupuncture and then discover that Japanese acupuncture has a different viewpoint on how they operate. Or the fact that in Chinese Medicine there is a great deal of information on energy and blood (Stagnant Qi/Blood) this information can be very useful when prescribing herbs but has little application within energy medicine.

This course will also give you a:

Comparison of Traditional Medical Systems
Outlining all the important knowledge of each system (TCM to Kundalini to the Chakras) that can be effectively utilized in all Energy Based systems, and especially the BodyTalk System. This will also enhance your ability to intuitively discern treatment approaches

Comprehensive Investigation into the Kundilini Energy
Examine Kundalini awakening, symptoms, dysfunction, uses in Yoga, sources, sexuality, and how it can be properly used in the healing process, particularly for addressing the ever increasing issues involving brain function and nervous system disorders.

Detailed look into Chakras
Major and Minor – understand their characteristics, common pathologies and strengthening strategies.

Exploration of the Connectome of the brain and heart-brain
Learn the Quantum Holographic nature of the Connectome including the two functional levels and the principles that influence its function and repair. Learn strategies to enhance, repair and, where indicated, reprogram aspects of its function.

Comprehensive look at the 12 Main and 8 extra Ancestral Meridians
A thorough overview of the 12 basic Meridians of Chinese medicine including their function, symptoms, and consciousness. With a similar approach to the 8 extra (ancestral) meridians and their important role in genetic disease and balancing the main meridians. Plus a unique system of treatment of the ancestral meridians using the BodyTalk system will be taught for the first time.

Insight into the influence of the environment on disease
Including the influence and disruption of the circadian rhythm, the Chinese clock, the planetary systems and electromagnetic fields.

Deeper understanding of space/time
Explain events we witness in practice such as spontaneous healing, and disease etiologies. Explore the states of consciousness experienced in practice and learn new insights into the concept of Vertical time.

Discussion of where energy comes from and how it enters the body
“Physiology tells us only 30% of the energy we need comes from the food we eat.“
Learn the role of the various Torus fields used to pump energy into the system from Zero Point Field. Examine the role of conflict and chemical processes used in adding to energy production. Study the various mechanisms that inhibit the accumulation of energy, cause pathological dispersion, and weakening of the systems. Plus learn strategies for repairing these blockages in flow.

Examine healthy versus pathological expression of consciousness
Learn about the hierarchy of consciousness and how consciousness is expressed in various parts of the body.

Course Outline

Energy Systems
• Kundalini System
• Charkras
• Electromagnetic Frequencies
• Connectome (Holographic Nature)
• Meridian Systems
• Energy blueprint
• Connective Tissue Crystalline Conduction

Energy Distribution
• Water
- The Science
- Structure
- Function
- Purpose

Energy Transference
• Information Transportation
- Positrons (Higher Consciousness)
- Electrons (Conscious)

Mind & Reality
• Subtle Senses
- Supramental Intellect
- Higher Consciousness (Dark Matter)

• Consensus Reality
- General
- Family
- Religious
- Cultural
- Personal Connectome

• Brain
- Physical Senses
- Nervous System

The Source
• Perception Horizon
• Things without Mass
• Things with Mass

Course Objectives
Upon completion of this course the participant will be able to:

1. Describe key differences between all major Traditional Medical systems and how they can be applied within energy based systems of health care.
2. Identify the characteristics, common pathologies and strengthening strategies of the Major and Minor Chakras.
3. List and describe the 8 extra Ancestral Meridians, their role in the bodymind, and how to balance them.
4. Identify the 12 basic Meridians of Chinese Medicine including their function, symptoms, and consciousness.
5. Summarize key features of Kundalini energy including awakening, sources, dysfunction, and symptoms.
6. Describe how Kundalini can be properly used in the healing process.
7. Define the concept of the Connectome and principles that influence it’s function.
8. Demonstrate strategies to enhance, repair and, where indicated, reprogram aspects of the Connectome function.
9. Summarize the influence of the environment on disease.
10. List, and describe how, the various environmental systems have an influence on disease.
11. Describe the space/time concept and how it influences spontaneous healing and disease etiology.
12. Define variations of time including vertical time and explain how it can influence the healing process.
13. Determine the various mechanisms that inhibit the accumulation of energy, cause pathological dispersion, and weakening of the systems. Plus demonstrate strategies for repairing these blockages in flow.
14. Summarize the role of the Torus fields used to pump energy into the system from Zero Point Field.
15. Describe the hierarchy of consciousness and how consciousness is expressed in various parts of the body.

Assessment: NA

Textbook: Eastern Medicine – Anatomy and Physiology of the Energetic Body

Additional Reading:
The Web That Has No Weaver: Understanding Chinese Medicine by Ted J. Kaptchuk ISBN-10: 0809228408

Course Name: Eastern Medicine

Format: Classroom

This course counts for 24 hours of continuing education for Certified BodyTalk Practitioners' requirements.

 
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