Acupuncture Meridians and Fascia

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The meridian lines connect into each of the five layers of the Radial Body, and they are interconnected with and can be accessed through acupuncture points that resonate directly with the liquid crystalline matrix of the Fascia tissue network. In the ancient acupuncture texts that predate the People’s Republic of China, which formed the established standards for current Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the fascia network was understood to be the mediating system of acupuncture practice.

Acupuncture channels are correlated to the fascial planes, and the needling points where all treatment is given are the stimulus to circulate energy signals through the energetic pathways for fascial network stimulation. Through the various methods of finding acupuncture points and meridian line placement on the physical plane, palpation reflects these are typically found in locations where there are greater amounts of connective tissue bundling in the fascial network. All methods of acupuncture needling directly interact with and impact the fascia crystalline network to treat energetic imbalances. Thus, it is best to comprehend that there cannot be rigid uniform standards placed upon practitioners needling positions when interacting with the multidimensional communication network within the human body.

The human body’s fascia network is the physical substrate that is represented in the energy meridians that have been mapped out in ancient timelines that predate current scientific development and are fundamentally represented in Traditional Chinese Medicine, with some limitations. To deeply understand the practice of acupuncture for the purpose of treating and healing a diverse level of physical ailments and spiritual issues, the practitioner is required to have an awareness of the multidimensional energy functions of the Fascia Crystalline Network linking cell to cell communications, along with the basic understanding of the anatomy of the human lightbody. The fascia is not a static soft tissue component, but it is a complete sensory organ that defends the body from a range of pathogenic agents.

Meridians are strings of acupuncture points that are passageways of energy flows throughout the matrices of the human body, intersecting within physical, emotional, mental and spiritual layers. Every meridian corresponds to particular organ system but encompasses the larger interactive functions with other organs and related energies also. There are direct anatomical relationships to acupuncture points and meridian lines that connect directly to the connective tissue network of fascia, which further directs consciousness and sensory information into the layers of the Radial body. These 12 major meridians in the body can be studied and better understood through the Traditional Chinese Medicine modalities that seek to establish good health and wellbeing through sustained energetic balance.

Fascia is the matrix of structural support for the 3D physical vessel which wraps throughout the entire bodily matrix to maintain the functions within the internal environment, which enables energy flows in the form of acupuncture points and meridians to exist in every single part of the body. There are fascial strings in triple helixes that form into a network of lines that are aligned with the meridians that are found in a certain anatomical location. All human organs and tissues are coated with the liquid crystalline matrix of these connective tissues that extend into a complex network of refined membranes that interconnect and penetrate within all of the layers of the bodily matrices. For optimum health and function, the human body requires a free and balanced flow of life force current energy throughout the meridians, axiatonal lines and consciousness body. Acupuncture is a means of helping to restore energetic balance to these systems by opening up the communication links between the cells and the spiritual-energetic layers.

There are 12 primary horizontal Meridians that work in the connective tissue matrix of the fascia, that further intersect into another 12 vertical axiatonal lines which when the polarities are unified, project out a diagonal diamond grid, which fortifies and amplifies the larger crystalline matrix of the human energy field or lightbody. These meridians and axiatonal lines work together as a holistic system that brings energetic balance and integrity to the structure and functions of the human body. When our fascia is blocked or restricted, it simultaneously informs us that we harbor an energetic blockage in our meridian system, and the energy blockage also stops the flow of nutrients into our cellular tissues.

The needle grasping the chi phenomenon has been described for over 2,000 years in acupuncture textbooks and it has been proven that the connective tissue network’s involvement with acupuncture needle manipulation is responsible for delivering an energetic signal into certain locations of the tissue matrix to achieve a range of therapeutic effects. There are case studies showing the finding of connective tissue responses with an increase in the action mechanism of the surrounding tissues actually tugging on the needled acupuncture points before, during and after needle insertion. This indicates that the effectiveness of acupuncture relies directly on the interaction made with the living intelligent consciousness in the crystalline matrix of the fascia. An important ramification of comprehending the fascial network and its complex meridian system is that the human body’s interconnection and interactions are being considered as completely interactive and adaptively responsive, which opens an obvious perception that balanced health can best be achieved through a holistic and integrated approach.[1]


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