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Page 7 - Medical Qigong Therapy & Surgery


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2. Creating and Energizing: Once the area has been sufficiently cleansed, the patient will imagine a clean, vibrant color (associated with the particular organ), flowing into the Spatial Cavity and areas surrounding the removed organ. As the patient inhales, the organ color fills the vacant cavity, energizing the remaining energetic structure and surrounding tissues. The patient will continue with this imagery until the specific organ area is full of heat, light and vibration (figure 3). Because the surgery has permanently removed the organ from the patient's body, it is important for the patient to continue with this meditation every day for the rest of their life.


Medical Qigong Therapy and Organ Transplantation

Each particular organ in the human body has its own unique history and experience. This emotional memory and experience is active both within the patient receiving a transplanted organ, as well as the organ donor. Before the body can, or will receive a foreign organ, there must first be a time of reconciliation between the memories stored within the surrounding cells of the organ soon to be replaced, and that of the donor's organ. In order to assist the Surgeon in transplanting an organ, the Qigong doctor must be aware of visceral cleansing, preparation and purification of the transplanted organ. This method is explained in the following three stages:

Stage 1: The patient must release all attachment to the departing organ. This includes all negative, as well as positive, physical, mental, emotional, energetic and spiritual memories and experiences.

Stage 2: The history and emotional memory of the transplanted organ must be cleansed. This includes all negative as well as positive physical, mental, emotional, energetic and spiritual memories stored within the donor's organs.

Stage 3: The relationship between the patient's tissues and the Spatial Cavity wherein the initial diseased organ remains, and that of the new organ, which will soon be transplanted, must be established and harmonized.

The patient's body will either receive or reject the transplanted organ due to unresolved emotional trauma stored within the patient's tissues or within the transplanted organ itself. Current research reveals that emotions trapped within transplanted organs can and sometimes do surface within the patient's subconscious mind, affecting his or her behavioral patterns. This is manifested through certain unnatural behavioral traits, which are transferred, similar to congenital patterns, to that of the patient.

A famous example of a lingering emotional connection between an organ donor, the organ, and the recipient is explained in the following true story. A few years ago a young woman (vegetarian) received a heart transplant from a young man who died in a motorcycle accident. Upon being discharged from the hospital, the woman began craving Chicken McNuggets, which was the young mans favorite food. This was in direct opposition to her previous diet, and eating habits.

It is important to note here that organ rejection is not always due to the donors or patient's unresolved emotional issues. Organ rejection can also be caused from biological reactions complicating the expectance of the foreign tissue.


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