Energy Outline - Richard Gerber MD By comprehending that...

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Richard Gerber, MD By comprehending that human beings are energy, one can begin to comprehend new ways of viewing health and illness.” The mind, as conscious and unconscious thoughts, exists as “subtle energy” that surrounds and permeates the body. Stress-related symptoms that appear in the physical body are the manifestations of “problems” that have occurred at an energy level.
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The Energy Bank Start each day with a 100 units of energy from the energy bank Where are you going to use your energy today? 10 units go to your financial problems 25 units go to the argument you had yesterday 10 units go to your body image 10 units go to transportation problems 15 units go to your feelings of insecurity 15 units go to tomorrows potential problems 10 units go to today’s worries How much energy do you have left to spend for living life today ? Five (5) Energy Units for your Day!
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Life Force Energy Chi (Chinese) Ki (Japanese) Prana (East Indians) Maucht (Ancients in Northern England) The Power (Haitians) The Shining (Appalachian Mountain people) Spirit Pneuma (Greek) Mana (Pacific Islands) Arunquiltha (Aborigines) Ankh (Ancient Egypt)
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What is the Western Medical Model’s term for life force energy? ?????
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What are names for life force energy? Science calls it: Bioenergy Electromagnetic energy Biomagnetism
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CHI Chi is the vital energy of the Universe Chi is the pure and free flowing energy that activates and nurtures life Chi connects the small with the great
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CHI Material chi creates the physical world It is measurable Subtle chi is immeasurable It is immaterial universal consciousness
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Chi Chi conveys information from one bodily site and system to other sites and systems Chi conveys information to and from the Universe Chi is often connected with the Breath The meridians are the channels for chi energy distribution
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Yin and Yang Chi reduces and disperses in alternating cycles of negative and positive energy Like all energy, chi can not be destroyed Chi transforms from one state to another Everything is a temporary manifestation of Chi
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New ways to look at old Chi Dr. Yury Khronis, a Russian born physicist, created a complex “chi generator.” Working with chi master Dong Chen, he has been able to produce chi energy electronically It can produce a chi pattern called “quiet mind: that shifts the brain into low frequency theta waves It can produce patterns of chi energy for each chakra point
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CHI A theory of how the machine works is that though chi is a subtle energy, it can be carried on electromagnetic energies Stanford professor, Dr. William Tiller (physicist) and researcher on subtle energy has discovered that Subtle energies:
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Dr. Tiller’s research Subtle energy: Can be manifested by people Experiments show subtle energies can increase electron sizes and numbers A person can direct the flow of this energy through intention This mind-electron interaction is effective over great distances
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