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Title: A unified energy field theory of physiology and healing

Author(s): Wisneski LA

Source: STRESS MEDICINE 13 (4): 259-265 OCT 1997

Document Type: Article

Language: English

Cited References: 29 Times Cited: 0 Find Related Records Information

Abstract: The author describes his personal, professional path to an understanding of the need for western allopathic medicine to expand its current concepts of anatomy to include the human energy field, which is the foundation of Chinese and Indian medicine systems and of certain intuitive healers. This human energy field interacts with other ambient fields, including the fields of all other living organisms. Crucial to understanding the physiology of the human energy field is the role of the endocrine glands - in particular the pineal gland - which act as energy transducers. These glands/energy transducers convert external energy which impinges upon the human field in a variety of forms (eg sound, light, electromagnetism) into electrical and then chemical energy in the form of hormones and peptides. The author also suggests that expression of 'relaxation hormones' (eg anandamide, melatonin, beta-endorphin, the endogenous ligands of the benzodiazepene receptor) may occur when the brain is vibrating in alpha (8-12 Hz) and theta (4-8 Hz) wave frequencies. The unified energy field theory of physiology becomes a bridge to a new medical paradigm, an integrated medicine that unites eastern and western concepts of the human body, other systems of healing and wellness medicine. (C) 1997 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Author Keywords: energy field; chi (also spelled qi); prana; psychoneuroimmunology; endocrine; pineal; melatonin

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