Treatment traditional Chinese medicine
Considerable attention is given the treatment of Chinese medicine, which have reached our days almost in its original form. Traditional methods of Chinese folk medicine — the impact on the human body through the system of Wu Shu, qigong, acupuncture, massages, moxibustion — has not lost its value and now.
The principles and foundations of Chinese medicine.
The highest development of folk medicine has achieved in China. Chinese medicine originated in ancient times (5000 years ago).
Having learned the first principle of the relationship between certain phenomena of nature and man, the ancient Chinese doctors believed that the human body operates and lives under the influence of the same forces that prevail in nature.
It was believed that during the painful process necessarily involves the entire human body, and when there are changes in the individual body necessarily leads to changes in others. The doctors back then felt that the organism is not isolated systems, they all work harmoniously, and therefore “the healthy man is not only the one that hurts, but one in which spirit and body are in harmony. A happy person is a healthy person”.
According to the theory of traditional Chinese medicine, the normal functioning of the body corresponds to ravnovesiem processes of Yin and Yang, the loss of such balance and having the disease, and the disease is seen not only as a process of violation of the relationship inside the body, but also between the environment and organism.
So, it is a core tenet of traditional Chinese medicine is this:
The disease is a struggle between the forces of resistance of the organism and morbific cause, which, in turn, can be external (infection, climatic effects), internal (water, food, emotions) or damaging (burns, injuries, wounds), and the task of the physician to help the body in this fight.
Thus, the importance of mechanisms of sanogenesis in the recovery of man were formulated, as can be seen, long before S. P. Botkin.
Diagnostics of Chinese medicine.
Diagnosis of Chinese medicine includes four methods . which have not lost their value now:
the survey (Wen),
listening and investigation of odor,
Only diagnosis diseases mostly as tongue and pulse remained highly specific method of Chinese medicine.
To effective psychotherapeutic treatment methods of Chinese medicine should include the method of I-Ching . the principles of which are set out in the Chinese “Book of changes”.
In the West method of I-Ching put on a par with such peaks of world science, like quantum mechanics and unified field theory.
The basis of the method is the theory that absolutely all life situations in their structure and logical way to solve the divide by 64 options for the life of a person repeatedly follow each other.
For assistance the person needs, first determine in what situation it is, and help him through independent work with texts-quotes from “Books” to understand the situation, the problem and find specific solutions.
Without going into detailed system analysis, it is possible to explain that the entire text of the I Ching consists of 64 hexagrams, one above the other in the form of lines (solid or broken). Each hexagram has a name-definition and represents the most common “diagnosis” of the situation or problem.
The hexagram is accompanied by an ancient aphorism, parable from verse 7, which assesses the situation and provides 6 phased recommendations to address it.
The therapy method of the I Ching begins with the choice of the hexagram that best fits the situation, followed by a creative, trance-work and ancient aphorisms that accompany it.