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 “ I Ching Acupuncture “ the most effected acupuncture treatment ever.

Dr. Chao Chen the developer of I Ching Acupuncture has practiced acupuncture more than

40 years. He has written 7 books since 1975. And Dr. Chen’s son Yu Chen L.Ac. has followed his father's step since 1980.

Dr. Chao Chen combined numerous principles and Ba Gua balance systems of I Ching, developed a powerful and effective method to find optimal balance points. Dr. Chen’s Balance Method is based on the most fundamental principal of I Ching and Taoist Philosophy: Balance. In Ba Gua theory balance can be found in many ways. The Ba Gua theory reveals a variety of forms of balance that can be applied to Chinese Medicine, including “ Anatomical Balance Points “.

I Ching Acupuncture is different from the ordinary acupuncture, it’s a minimal needle with a rapidly clinical results.

 

Dr. Chen’s Three Systems of Balance

 

The One Needle Techniques

1 Corresponding Balance: Contra-Lateral Balance

2 Harmonizing Zang Fu Paired Channels: Horizontal Balance

 

The Inner System Balance

3 Harmonizing Yin and Yang: Gua Balance

                                                                                                     

These energetic anatomical correlation is reflection of the Ba Gua, where each correlation gives balance to the other. For instance, if we treat the knee, it balances the elbow. There is an energetic correlation between all parts of the body like internal pathways connecting organs to channels. In the Balancing Methodology, one needle is often used to balance the energy of the opposing area, which produces immediate relief of the stagnation or pain. Dr. Chen has over 30-years experience with his methodology and has found it to be a most powerful and effective practice of acupuncture.

I Ching reflects the multi-dimensional aspect of life. Oriental medicine with its foundation in I Ching theory also contains many models of viewing life. For example, Wu Ji, Yin-Yang, Tai Ji, Five Elements, Six Channels, Ba Gua, Ten Heavenly Stems, Twelve Earthly Branches, and Jia Zi cycle of sixty are all different ways to view a given situation. In the same way, urine, blood, X-ray, MRI, and Catscan tests are different ways to examine the human condition.

Dr. Chen discovered that an effective treatment usually includes point(s) that are effective according to multiple models of Acupuncture. His discovery became the foundation for the balancing methodology.

For example

    1.    Lower body treating upper body

2.    Left side treats right side

3.   Most important we never needle the head because of the headache

Dr. Chen Balancing Methodology consists of three major systems:

 

1.   Corresponding balance among the Eight Trigrams and 12-ZangFu   channels

    This system applies the Anatomical Balance Points of Opposites including  hand Vs. foot, elbow Vs. knee, and shoulder Vs. hip. This system contains vertical contra-lateral balance points.

   

2.   Arrangement of the proper order of the Eight Trigram

    This system applies the Horizontal Balance Points including ZangFu paired   channels, Trigram and Anatomical locations.

 

3.    Harmonizing the Strong (Yang) and Weak (Yin)

     This system balances Yin-Yang excess or deficiency of the ZangFu organs by  way of the eight Guas, 64-Hexagrams, Five Transporting, Yuan Source and Luo Connecting Acupuncture Points.


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