It is known from reflexology therapy that certain parts of the hand have an energetic link to the organs of the body. According to ancient Eastern healing science, the individual zones on the hand are connected not only with the body organs and the consciousness but also with color and the subtle energy centers. The art of hand diagnosis plays an important medical, spiritual and prognostic role in the Asian culture. In ancient Chinese and Indian medical systems, diagnosis and therapeutic recommendations are made based on information gained through certain areas of the face, ear, foot, and hand– the so-called reflex zones. The consistency, color, wrinkles, and form of the skin reveal on the energy level of the body organs and the psyche. Neural therapy also works through the reflex zones of the skin.
In applied kinesiology, the interactions of the consciousness and the activity of the organ are analyzed, as well. As known from the science of body language, organs are linked to consciousness, e.g. depressions and specific negative thoughts reduce the vitality of the lungs and so lung disease can develop; vice versa, if the lungs have less energy, the person becomes depressed and develops breathing problems. Certain emotions and thoughts resonate with certain parts of the brain, which are interconnected with various organs. This is confirmed by the studies of Dr. Gerd Ryke Hamer (see his book, The New
Medicine), who explored the connections of emotional conflicts with brain and organ tumors, and other diseases through computer tomography.
Proven through various sciences of body language we know that organs possess a consciousness and that they react to thoughts and emotions.
This consciousness is stored in every cell of the body. Emotional memories and feelings seem to live within specific parts of the body. When we observe muscles, bones, and organs, together with the less easily observed thoughts, images, and emotions, we find a pattern. We can see patterns quite easily on the Biopulsar by the color language expressed in the organs.
The philosophy and technical concept (indirect meridian measurements through reflex zones as well as the color presentation and numerical values) are unique to the Biopulsar. Incorporating the Biopulsar into your practice will contribute greatly to the client’s preventative health care and is clearly a proactive move towards reducing stress and strain on our overburdened health care systems.