Wednesday, May 07, 2014

How a small child can regrow a fingertip and other wonders.

How many parents know that beneath the age of six, if a child loses the top of a finger it will regrow? Not many and probably not many conventional doctors either, but the ancient art of acupuncture knows because it understands Qi or body energy.

Why can salamanders grow new legs, and young children grow new finger tips, but adult humans can’t regenerate? What is the electricity that flows through the human body? Is it the same thing that the Chinese call Qi? If so, what does Chinese medicine know, that western medicine ignores? asks Dr Daniel Keown, Allopathic doctor and Acupuncturist.

Acupuncture is more than 3,000 years old and until recent times was thoroughly ridiculed by Western medicine. As modern science has advanced acupuncture has gained greater acceptance and Western medicine has had to face the fact it got it wrong out of ignorance and an arrogant assumption that science knows it all at any given point in history.

As we move toward a world where Integrative medicine is the norm and Allopathy works hand in hand with Traditional Chinese Medicine, not so old actually, but it includes the ancient acupuncture, Herbal medicine, Homeopathy, Nutritional Medicine, Ayurveda, Reiki and numerous other medical methodologies then we will begin to see less damaged done by conventional modern medicine and more healing and curing. All to the good.

We are energy beings; we are electrical systems; we function beyond the material at vibrational and frequency levels and when science/medicine can understand that the world will be a better place and people will be healthier.

Non-allopathic medical methodologies are also science, it is just that modern science has not yet developed enough itself to understand them – but it will get there.
As a part of that journey Dr Keown’s book, is worth reading:


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