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 WHAT ARE HUMAN SCIENCES?

Human sciences refers the understanding of the subtle energy that surrounds and flows throughout the human body. These sciences are thousands of years old and have been documented to have been utilized throughout regions of Ancient Africa, Asia and the Pre-Columbian Americas. In these regions life was seen as a bio-electrical vibrational experience with the understanding that all is energy. This interpretation is still a part of many indigenous cultural traditions in the same fashion it was many practiced millenia ago. With the advent of the Scientific Method, the Empirical approach of evaluation has been applied and these concepts and are now supported by scientific evidence. As a result, these beliefs have spread throughout the world and have become more widely accepted and in western medicine to some degree.

 

These ancient sciences make use of subtle energies to address the underlying causes of ailments rather than just the symptoms. Today, this method of healing is often referred to as holistic, alternative or Eastern medicine, because they are rooted in the belief that there is an energetic or spiritual cause of illness that manifest in a physical form. There are several different disciplines that have developed over the centuries, that address the energetic aspect of the human body. These modalities focus on the non physical element of our existence, for the purpose of achieving optimal health.

 

There are many directions that can be traveled in regards to this topic, the scope will be narrowed to Energy Meridians, Chakras, Reflexology, and Yoga. There is massive amounts of information on each of these sciences, so this will act as an introduction to each and explain how they are naturally interrelated. In each, These sciences address how to identify, develop and utilize these forces. By no means is this information purporting to be a substitute for modern medicine, but at the same time, it is imperative that people become more aware of the power that they have at their disposal and benefit from making use of these sciences.

 

The first of these sciences is referred to as Energy Meridians. There is evidence that this information originated in ancient Africa, yet may be even older. These concepts traveled to the east where it was maintained and adopted varied terminologies. In India, these passageways were referred to as the Nadis, in Thailand, the Sen, in China, Vessels. This refers to a network of channels that run through the entire body that transport energy, chi, qi, prana, or the life force that are responsible for the physical make up of the body and the energy that animates it.
 
It has been recorded that there are over 72,000 meridians that run throughout the body. This energy is responsible for all bodily functions. From the actions of each of the organs, to the nervous, circulatory, respiratory, lymphatic, and digestive systems. Although they seem independent and separate, they are all interdependent.
 
This understanding of energy and how it relates to health is the foundation of traditional eastern healing modalities. In essence, a person will remain in a healthy state as long as the energy flow remains balanced. If there is a blockage, or an disharmonious flow of this life force, pain or illness will occur in the physical body, indicating an energetic adjustment was needed on the meridian affiliated to that region. This became the catalyst of several diverse practices  came into existence to open the channels of energy to allow the body to heal itself. Among these are Acupuncture, Reflexology, Yoga, Tai Chi, Chi Qong, Reiki and others. The flow of this life force isn't exclusive to the physical body, it also impacts the psychological intangibles like emotions, thoughts, impulses, etc...

The philosophy of Energetic Healing didn't originate in China, but it was refined and developed there. In China, they referred to this vital energy as Qi, which is composed of two opposing forces "Yin and Yang". The balance of these forces must be maintained here is an imbalance in these forces, "dis-ease" occurs.
 
The Qi flows through 12 Principal Meridians, 6 that are Yin (where the energy flows upward), 6 which are Yang, where the energy flows down. These twelve form a network of energetic pathways that connect all parts of the body, the organs and their energetic function. and the Two Centerline Meridians.   ough there are thousands of Nadis, there are twelve major or Principal Meridians and the Two Centerline Meridians. T  Two of the most important channels is the Conception Vessel, which travels down the front of the body, while the Governing Vessel, which runs along the center of the back.  The value in understanding this information is evident in how widespread it is in cultures throughout Asia, Africa and how it has become prominent in the westto this very day. The ancient healers developed sciences that were designed to increase and maintain this flow. In the modern era, when a person gets a massage, acupuncture, acupressure, reiki, etc... what they are actually doing is balancing the flow of energy through those areas.

here are three paramount nadis that cross along the spinal cord. They are referred to as the Ida, Pingala, and the Shushumna. The six areas in the body where they converge, creates a vortex of energy which are referred to as Chakras. These three channels begin at the base of the spinal cord or the Mooladhara (Root) Chakra and end at the Ajna (Thirdeye) Chakra. This exact concept is expressed in the Caduceus, of the symbol of western medicine, which is found in practically every medical institution that there is. What isn't there is the explaination. Which is that it is a representation of the movement of the natural energy through the nadis which is responsible for our health and healing.

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Today, modern science is well aware of the Placebo and the Nocebo effect. Where it has been scientifically proven that our thoughts (Thoth) have the ability to heal or damage our bodies. Our thoughts and words are energetic and they interact with the energy in the universe, which manifest in our physical body.  The Netcher Thoth, of ancient Kemet (Egypt) documented his  knowledge of different healing modalities in the Emerald Tablets. whe subconscious energies that are the catalyst for healing the physical body.

There is a direct correlation between our consciousness and our psychological, emotional and physical well being. Our cons

This leads directly to the next human science, Chakras. The term Chakra originated in India which means "wheel of light" in Sanskrit.  It refers to the cone shaped vortexes within the body that draw energy from the universe and channels it through the many meridians in the body. Each Chakra draws a particular energy which physically manifest into the major glands in the body. This energy also is responsible for particular levels of consciousness which generates particular behaviors and emotions. Though this subtle energy is the source of  human activity, has been studied and made use of for hundreds of years, very little is known about it by the majority of people.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Caduceus is found in practically every medical institution that there is, yet what is not taught or explained is that it is actually a representation of the movement of the natural energy through the body. It's origin is accredited to the Greek deity Hermes, though the concept is known to date back to his predecessor of thousands of years, the Netcher Thoth of ancient Kemet (Egypt). His knowledge of different healing modalities is the focus. In the Emerald Tablets, which he is said to have authored, he addresses the subconscious energies that are the catalyst for healing the physical body. Today, modern science is well aware of the Placebo and the Nocebo effect. Where it has been scientifically proven that our thoughts (Thoth) have the ability to heal or damage our bodies. Our thoughts and words are energetic and they interact with the energy in the universe, which manifest in our physical body. 

There is a direct correlation between our consciousness and our psychological, emotional and physical well being. Our cons

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