New aspects of acoustic therapy based on the application of the Ba-Gua and I-Ching methods
AUTHORS : Bobrov I.A.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : City Clinical Hospital No. 54, Moscow, Russia
YEAR : 2001 | Category : Educational
Acoustic vibration therapy has been used at all times in different cultures. Quite scrupulously, phonotherapy issues were developed in Chinese medicine in the light of the theory of the five elements of Wu Xing. The author suggests that the element can be described as a functional system according to P.K. Anokhin, the main need of which is existence itself, for which the system performs certain specific functions. Such functional systems, united into a kind of supersystem, are an organism.
In this case, the elements (functional systems) are in dynamic equilibrium with each other and have internal time, i.e. an oscillatory circuit defined by a system of pacemakers with reference frequencies, which determines system sensitivity to vibration both electromagnetic and acoustic. With this approach, each of the five elements corresponds not only to a meridian, a dense organ, a hollow organ, character traits, but also a resonant color, an image (hieroglyph) and sound, i.e. note, as well as overtone, i.e. tool: D Wood la sound of wood (flute), oh Fire before sound of silk (string instrument), З Earth F sound of ceramics, M Metal salt sound of a metal bell, V Water re drum (knives).