THE SCIENCE OF EMOTIONS, ORGANS AND ADDICTION WITH RESPECT TO ACUPUNCTURE
There are over 2000 acupressure points located along the chi meridians. Each point corresponds to an associated organ and/or reciprocal body part. Each acupressure point also corresponds to an emotion, which can be traced back to original manifestation in time with respect to body and environmental situation.
Massage works on the integumentary system (skin), the outer body, the skin, myofascial release and the breaking up of connective tissue bundles and striated muscle fibers.
Acupuncture penetrates below the skin and muscles and works on organs and systemic connections within the body. It is extremely beneficial with pain related symptoms, anxieties and organs affected by opiates.
One's body, mind, emotional states and the surrounding environment (including other people) are connected via current vibrational circuits. These electric currents travel along 20 meridian lines. Based on Chinese medicine principles, the body has 12 primary meridian lines and 8 extra-ordinary meridian channels in which chi, or life's energy flows.
Acupuncture helps break cycles of addiction by connecting unconscious and conscious states associated with somatic sensations from emotions of pain, stress and traumas of the past, present and anticipated future. It helps the body let go of the holding patterns and "the story," by creating opportunities for body's wisdom to be released. At times, acupuncture releases trapped energy bundles and emotions from the body that the conscious mind is not aware.