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THE SYNERGY OF Q-RAY WELLNESS BRACELETS
AND THE ACUPUNCTURE MERIDANS
By Professor Frank Yurasek
NMD, PHD (TCM), MSC
"We begin with the presumption that when we are discussing meridians we are discussing gradients. Further, these gradients operate within fields, areas of potential influence. Qi, while it may be much more than electricity, is similar to electricity in that it can be described as moving from an area of greater or lesser potential to an area of a complimentary and opposite potential. This is simply another yin-yang pair. Thus meridians may be thought of as the path of least resistance between gradients. Depending on the source and polarity, energy passes from yin to yang, yang to yin, and the meridian is the resulting course. The meridian description as a line or channel is a practical means of describing and organizing the phenomena by which we observe the transference of this energy." from Extraordinary Vessels by Kiko Matsumoto Stephen Birch

The identification of the acupuncture meridians were recorded over 3500 years ago and that information refined and applied continuously over several millenniums as a way to balance the body’s bio-energy and in the process, relieve pain and reverse disease. In this commentary we will look at the 12 major meridians from 2 different perspectives, as six complimentary energetic pairs and as three different levels of yin and yang strength split between the upper and lower torso.

We will also look at the genesis of the 8 extra-ordinary vessels, from which the 12 meridians evolved. We will also focus on specific points that link the 12 meridians together, and the function of the Extraordinary Vessels, as well as the master points that influence them, particularly the two master points, Pericardium 6 and Triple Warmer 5, named “Inner and Outer Gate” respectively, and located on the inner and outer wrists. By virtue of their location they are most proximate to the influence of the Q2 Wellness bracelet. We will also look at the energetic nature of that influence.


The 12 Meridians, Defined by the Organs through Which They Run
1) The Lung Meridian runs bilaterally through the lung organ internally, and externally from the height of the 2nd rib, up over the front of the armpit, and down the inner arm to the outer thumb tip. It treats chest fullness, asthma, cough, sore throat, the common cold, shoulder and back ache, and pain along the course of the lung meridian.

2) The Large Intestine Meridian runs bilaterally through the large intestine organ internally, and externally from the tip of the index finger to along side the opposite nostril. It treats abdominal pain, diarrhea and constipation, sore throat, toothache, rhinitis, and pain along the course large intestine meridian.

3) The Stomach Meridian runs bilaterally through the stomach organ internally, and externally from beneath the eye, down to the tip of the 2nd toe. It treats stomach pain and distention, vomiting, facial paralysis, sore throat, mania, and pain along its course through the chest, knee, and ankle.

4) The Spleen Meridian runs though the spleen organ internally, and externally from the outside of the big toe bilaterally, up the inside of the leg, and continuing up the abdomen and the ribs, to end at the 6th intercostals space under the armpit. It treats gastric pain, abdominal distention, vomiting, jaundice, general weakness, and pain along the course of the meridian.

5) The Heart Meridian runs through the heart organ internally, and externally from the armpit bilaterally down the inside of the arm to the inside tip of the little finger. It treats throat dryness, pain in the heart and chest, thirst, jaundice, and pain along the course of the meridian down the arm.

6) The Small Intestine Meridian runs bilaterally through the small intestine organ internally, and externally from the outside tip of the little finger, along the outside edge of the arm, across the upper back, and along the neck to the front of the ear. It treats lower abdominal pain, deafness, jaundice, sore throat, blood in the urine, and pain along the course of the meridian.

7) The Bladder Meridian runs bilaterally through the bladder organ internally, and externally from the inside corner of the eye up over the head and down the length of the spine, along the back of the legs and along the outside of the ankle to the end of the little toe. It treats urine retention and enuresis, mania, headache, eye disease, and pain in the neck, back, lumbar area, and legs.

8) The Kidney Meridian runs bilaterally through the kidney organs internally, and externally from the soles of the feet up the inner legs, through the abdomen to the clavicle. It treats dryness of the tongue, sore throat, lumbago, edema constipation and diarrhea, leg atrophy and motor impairment, difficulty inhaling, and pain along the course of the channel.

9)The Pericardium Meridian runs through the pericardium internally, and from the chest, along the middle of the inside of the arm, down to the end of the middle finger. It treats angina, fullness of the chest, palpitations, restlessness, mania, spasm of the elbow and arm, and pain along the course of the meridian.

10) The Triple Heater Meridian connects the upper, middle and lower portions of the body, internally running bilaterally through all the organs of the body. Externally it begins at the end of the ring finger and continues upward through the outside middle of the arm, across the shoulder and neck, around the ear, and to the outside end of the eyebrow. In addition to treating the function of the organs it runs through, it also treats deafness, tinnitus, sore throat, ear ache, and shoulder, elbow and wrist pain.

11) The Gall Bladder Meridian runs through the gall bladder organ internally. Externally it begins at the outer edge of the eye and zig zags along the top of the head before in moves down the side of the body and legs to end of the 4th toe. It treats the dizziness, malaria, headache, jaw pain, deafness, tinnitus, and pain along the course of the meridian.

12) The Liver Meridian runs through the liver organ internally. Externally it starts at the end of the big toe and runs along the inside of the leg, through the abdomen, and ends on the rib cage, below the nipple. It treats lumbago, vomiting, enuresis, urine retention, hernia, and pain in the lower abdomen.


Connecting Points

The 12 meridians are coupled in Yin/Yang pairs; Lung/Large Intestine, Spleen/Stomach, Heart/Small Intestine, Kidney/Bladder, Pericardium/Triple Warmer, and Liver /Gall Bladder. Each Meridian also has a specific point that connects it to the energetic opposite of the pair. For instance Lung 7 connects the Lung Meridian to the Large Intestine Meridian and Large Intestine 6 connects the Large Intestine Meridian to the Lung Meridian. Stomach 40 connects the Stomach Meridian to the Spleen Meridian and Spleen 4 connects the Spleen Meridian to the Stomach Meridian. Heart 5 connects the Heart Meridian to the Small Intestine Meridian and Small Intestine 7 connects the Small Intestine Meridian to the Heart Meridian. Bladder 58 connects the Bladder Meridian to the Kidney Meridian, and Kidney 4 connects the Kidney Meridian to the Bladder Meridian. Pericardium 6 connects the Pericardium to the Triple Warmer Meridian, and Triple Warmer 5 connects the Triple Warmer to the Pericardium Meridian. Gall Bladder 37 connects the Gall Bladder Meridian to the Liver Meridian, and Liver 5 connects the Liver Meridian to the Gall Bladder Meridian. This allows for the all the meridians to be linked together in a cohesive energy matrix that circulates throughout the body, as well as being able to help bridge energy from one meridian to its husband/wife pair to maintain energetic homeostasis.


The Six Levels of Energy

Additionally, the 12 meridians are grouped in 3 Yang arm/leg pairs and 3 Yin arm/leg pairs as well. This is an energetic hierarchy as well as a stratification of energy levels from superficial to deep, the more external being yang and the deeper being yin.

For instance Arm Tai Yang (Small Intestine Meridian) is paired with Leg Tai Yang (Bladder Meridian). Tai Yang means Great Yang and treats cold symptoms, fever, and headache.

Arm Shao Yang (Triple Warmer Meridian) is paired with Leg Shao Yang (Gall Bladder Meridian). Shao Yang means Lesser Yang and treats alternating fever and chills, lack of appetite, irritability and nausea.

Arm Yang Ming (Large Intestine Meridian) is paired with Leg Yang Ming (Stomach Meridian). Yang Ming means Bright Yang and treats the "Four Bigs," big fever, big sweats, big thirst, and big pulse.

The 6 Yin meridians are also grouped in arm/leg pairs. Arm Tai Yin (Lung Meridian) is paired with Leg Tai Yin (Spleen Meridian), with Tai Yin being Great Yin. It treats distended abdomen, vomiting, lack of appetite, and diarrhea.

Arm Jueyin (Pericardium Meridian) is paired with Leg Jueyin (Liver Meridian) and means Absolute Yin and treats hot and cold conditions that result in diarrhea, thirst, heart pain, hunger and vomiting.
Arm Shao Yin (Heart Meridian) is paired with Leg Shao Yin (Kidney Meridian) and means Lesser Yin. It treats cold extremities, lethargy and sleepiness, and weak pulse.

This coupling, based on degree of energetic intensity and body depth, unites the upper and lower body, creating an inner/outer (yin/yang) and upper/lower (arm/leg) energy matrix. There is one more energy network to consider, the Eight Extraordinary Vessels, along with their master points, in order to completely understand how the Q Ray bracelet can exert such far-reaching influence over this bio-energetic matrix


The Eight Extraordinary Vessels

The Eight Extraordinary Vessels are reflected in an early energetic model, the eight trigrams of the I Ching, which was observed over 5,000 years ago by Fu Xi, based on binary patterns exhibited in nature. These patterns are identified by eight combinations of broken lines, representing yin, and solid lines, representing yang, arranged in a hexagram to represent the ba qua, or eight directions, North/South, East/West, Northeast, Northwest, Southeast and Southwest.

The Eight Extraordinary Vessels are arranged accordingly, with the Ren or Conception Vessel (The Sea of Yin) being located in the lower or South position, the Du or Governing Vessel (The Sea of Yang) being located in the West position, the Yang Qiao being located in the North position, and the Yang Wei located in the East Position. The Dai or Beltway is located in the Southeast, the Chong or Penetrating Vessel (Sea of Blood) is located in the Northwest, the Yin Qiao in the Southeast, and the Yin Wei in the Northeast.

Moving from the macrocosm of the universe to the microcosm of the embryo, in cell division, the cell develops from a single cell which has a front and a back, and therefore a yin or Ren Vessel surface and a yang or Du Vessel surface, to two cells through the middle of which the Chong Vessel penetrates. When it doubles to four cells the Dai Beltway Vessel binds the middle of the embryonic tetra. When it divides again the Yin Wei/Yangwei and YinQiao/YangQiao Vessels emerge. Thus the energetic template of the Extraordinary Vessels is cast at the embryonic stage of the organism and gains influence as the body matures. The Ren is paired with the YinQiao Vessel, the Du is paired with the YangQiao Vessel, the Chong is paired with the YinWei Vessel, and the Dai is paired with the YangWei Vessel.

In the adult body the Ren or Conception Vessel begins at the perineum and travels up the front of the body to the chin, and treats hemmoroids, diarrhea, blood in the sputum, cough with phlegm, toothache, heart, chest and abdominal pain, lumbago, blood disease, miscarriage, and breast abscess. Its master point is Lung 7 located on the wrists.

The Du or Governing Vessel begins at the perineum and travels up the spine and over the top of the head, to end on the upper lip and treats arm and leg spasms, epilepsy, headaches, knee or leg pain radiating from the low back, neck tension on one side, gums, numb arms and legs, tetanus, and night sweats. Its master point is Small Intestine 3 located on the hands.

The Chong or Penetrating Vessel begins at the perineum and travels through the center of the body upward to the mouth and treats heart pain, chest fullness, vomiting, acute stomach pain and spasms, navel pain, retained placenta, and watery diarrhea. Its master point is Spleen 4 located on the ankles.

The Dai or Belt Vessel circles the body horizontally at the bottom of the rib cage and treats hemiplegia of the arms and legs, pain, fever, and numbness anywhere in the body, swelling of the head, red and swollen eyes with vertigo, toothache, deafness, swollen throat, and skin rash or allergies. Its master point is Gall Bladder 41 located on the ankles.

The Yin Qiao Vessel begins at the inner side of the foot and goes up the from of the body to the inner side of the eye and the Yang Qiao Vessel begins at the outer side of the foot and goes up the back over the shoulder and across the face to end at the eye and treat urinary incontinence, vomiting and diarrhea, stomach pain and difficulty passing stool, difficult labor, bloody stool, and feeling of something stuck in throat. The master point of the Yin Qiao Vessel is Kidney 6 on the inside of the ankle and of the Yang Qiao Vessel is Bladder 62 on the outside of the ankle.

The Yin Wei Vessel begins on the inner calf and ends at the forehead and the Yang Wei Vessel begins at the outer ankle and travels up the back and neck, and continues up over the head, ending at the ear. They treat fullness and swelling in the chest, watery diarrhea, anal prolapse, difficulty swallowing, lumps in the abdomen, knot in the chest, swollen and painful joints, and night sweats. The master point of the Yin Wei Vessel is Pericardium 6 located on the inner wrist, and of the Yang Wei Vessel is Triple Warmer 5 located on the outer wrist.

It should be noted that the Extraordinary Vessels do not have their own separate points, but rather incorporate points from the 12 main meridians. In the energy ecology of the body, they are considered reservoirs of energy that feed and regulate the other twelve meridians.


Why the Q2 Wellness Bracelet Affects the Acupuncture Meridians

Dr. Robert Becker, an orthopedic surgeon from New York, was one of the early pioneers in what Dr. Richard Gerber defined as Vibrational Medicine in his book by the same title. In that book Dr. Gerber describes how Becker was able to cause frogs to regenerate amputated legs, which normally is limited to salamanders. This was accomplished by reversing the “current of injury” at the stump from positive to negative through electrical stimulation. In the process, Dr. Becker discovered a new healing feedback loop that transmits information by way of the glial and Schwan cells by way of slow analog changes in direct current rather than the action potentials of the nerve network.
J.J. Hurtak in The Book of Knowledge, The Academy of Future Science, 1979, defines the science of "Electro medicine as follows:

"The stimulation of cartilage regeneration by current-magnetic injection, the restoration of partial limb regeneration by small direct currents, the stimulation of bone growth by electrical fields, the inhibition of growth of implanted tumors in mammals by electrical current are all part of Electro medicine. Electro medicine is the science which harnesses the cellular electrophysiological energies by using the right electromagnetic field."

Later, Hurtak describes how the interface between external energetic systems such as the Q2 Wellness bracelet and the internal energetic system (Bio-Energy) of the acupuncture meridians works.

"Man’s biological interconnection with the higher frequency energies takes place through the Acupuncture Meridian System, which is interfaced with the Axiatonal Line and Grid System. The acupuncture and axiatonal lines are part of a fifth dimensional circulatory system which is used to draw from the Overself body, the basic energy used for renewing the physical-cellular form."

Einstein was the first to posit that matter and energy are interconvertable and interconnected. The square root of minus one represents, according to mathematician Charles Muse, the category of numbers used to describe the interaction of subtle energies in living systems. Dr. Tiller associates this idea of negative space/time with a force he describes as magnetoelectric radiation. Based on this theory, Dr. Gerber reasons that negative space/time matter would demonstrate the property of negative entropy, a tendency of living systems decreasing disorder, as opposed to matter, which tends toward entropy, or increasing disorder. In other words, negative entropy can be viewed as the innate ability, given proper internal or external stimulus, to heal. One example of this that comes to mind is the use of electrostatically charged pellets placed on specific ear acupuncture points in Auricular Therapy.


"A pebble well-placed can move the entire surface of a lake."


About Frank Yurasek
Prof. Frank Yurasek NMD, PHD (TCM), Msc.Frank left a 22-year career in marketing in 1985 to begin the study and practice of Eastern Medicine after his wife experienced miraculous pain relief following her first acupuncture treatment. Beginning with preceptership in acupuncture and Tui Na with Yin Lin Hand, TCM for 18 months, Frank then continued on at the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine, where he received a MS in Oriental Medicine, and his PhD in 2001. He has also been an instructor there since 1988, and a clinic supervisor since 1996. Frank has interned in China and Japan. Lectured and taught at schools and conferences throughout the United States.

Frank also has a Masters of Science in Herbal Medicine from The Midwest College of Oriental Medicine, where he also teaches Tui Na and supervises Student Clinic. He is the first American inducted into the Japanese Oriental Medicine Society and trained in Japanese Herbal Medicine as well as Western Herbs. He has also been studying and practicing Tai Qi and Qi Gong since 1985.


Frank is a member of the American Association of Oriental Medicine, diplomate of the American Board of Eastern Medicine and the National Council for the Certification of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, member of the American Organization of Body Therapists of Asia, the Japanese Oriental Medicine Society, the Illinois Acupuncture Association, and founding member of the Kampo Institute.

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