2018-04-25

Operating mechanism of the meridian system 9: Formation of Jong-Ki




Through digestion process, food is absorbed and converted into energy type which is required for our body. The nutrition absorbed in the small intestine is sent to the liver. And then the liver delivers the nutrition to the heart by the principle of “Gan-Jang- Hyul (肝臟血; bloods refreshing in liver)1)” and “So-Seol (疏泄) process2)”.

Note 1) “Gan-Jang- Hyul (肝臟血)”: Liver holds and filters bloods. Liver absorbs all the bloods in our body and then it stores them in the cells of liver. Through this process, liver cleans and purifies bloods.

Note 2) “So-Seol (疏泄) process”: various stretching mechanism in body governed by liver. The mechanism embedded in liver, which makes it possible that we stretch our muscles, bloods spring from heart, various body fluids ramble from internal organs.  

The nutrition included in blood is supplied to the cells and tissues by the blood circulation, which is the normal scientific knowledge well known in the field of western medicine and biochemistry. The western medicine has been developed by the two core fields centered on blood circulation and cytopathology.

There are two types of circulation starting with the heart beating: One is the blood circulation, which is visible. The other is the meridian circulation, which is invisible. The meridian circulation is mainly composed of “Wi-Ki (衛氣; Guardian energy which circulates in the outer area of body to protect skin) circulation” and “Yung-Ki (營氣; The operating energy) circulation”, which are directed by spleen. And this function of spleen is called “the Woon-Hwa (運化) process3)” in the Korean medicine.

Note 3) “Woon-Hwa (運化) process of spleen”: Spleen divides the energy (Ki), which is created from digestion of foods, into two types. One is the “Wi-Ki”, which is comparatively rough and big particle, flows on the outer circulation route in body (near skin side). The other is “Yung-Ki”, which is comparatively fine and small particle, flows on the inner circulation route in body along the meridian routes of the five viscera and six internal organs.

The digestion process starts first via smell, in which the imperceptible particles are absorbed to the meridian routes passing through the membrane of cells and tissues. The fine energies absorbed by nose during cooking are soaked to the innermost side of meridian route, and circulate along the passage route of Ki.

While foods passing through mouth or throat, the fine particles are also absorbed to the meridian route. The fine energies absorbed in stomach and small intestine are gathered in Dan-Jung (CV17; ) by the spleen’s Woon-Hwa function.

The Woon-Hwa function of spleen even arises for a patient whose spleen is fully cut off. This Woon-Hwa function is not conducted by the real organ (spleen) but by the elaborate (invisible) mechanical devices supporting the function of spleen in LCD.

The Woon-Hwa function of spleen is actually controlled by the elaborate mechanical device, which is invisible. In near future, the ones who could see the existence and function of LCD in the invisible world, will appear.

Spleen collects all invisible particles finer than fogs and divides them into the “Wi-Ki (衛氣)” and “Yung-Ki (營氣)”. It filters the rough and thick energies into the Wi-Ki and connects them to the circuits which are linked to lung in the LCD.

The circulation of Wi-Ki is jointly performed by the magnetic field generated by heart, Woon-Hwa function of spleen, working of Jong-Ki (宗氣; Ki accumulated in Dan-Jung) and lung. The “Wi-Ki” circulates 50 times a day through all the skin spots of our body to protect skin and reinforces the immunity system.

The energy gathered in Dan-Jung (CV17) by the spleen’s Woon-Hwa function is combined with oxygens passing through the elaborate membrane of lung to produce the fine energy “Jong-Ki (宗氣)”. Dang-Jung (CV17), the mother acupoint of Simpo-meridian, is the point where the following five energies meet together:


n  1. “Wi-Ki” absorbed in spleen

n  2. “Yung-Ki” absorbed in spleen

n  3. oxygens which are filtered through lung

n  4. the energy of Shin () or Chun-Ki (天氣; Heavenly energy) created from the Heating process of Simpo

n  5. Jung () or Ji-Ki (地氣; earth’s energy) created from the Heating process of Simpo


Wi-Ki” runs through the meridian route with double layered structure: The outer side of the meridian route is the passage way of magnetic field. In the inner side, the rough particles of energy absorbed by spleen gather and Wi-Ki circulates, which are driven by the impetus of lung.

Yung-Ki” is the fine particle absorbed in spleen, which is conventionally called “Ki”, and it flows through the innermost side of meridian route. The “Ki” gathered in Dan-Jung by the spleen’s Woon-Hwa function are divided into 12 sorts of energy by the elaborate mechanical device in Dan-Jung, and then sent to the 12 meridian routes.

The true meaning of spleen’s Woon-Hwa function is to separate the Ki-energy into the 12 energy waves, and then to distribute them to the passage route of Ki in the meridian system.

The oxygen gathered in Dan-Jung flows to the mesh network in the route of Wi-Ki by the elaborate mechanical device of spleen. The route of Wi-Ki has the double membrane structure, in which the rough particles are combined with oxygen to create the circulation of Wi-Ki with the assistance of magnetic fields generated by heart.

To sum up, the magnetic field created from heart flows the outer side of Wi-Ki route. The oxygen gathered in Dan-Jung and the rough particles produced in the process of spleen’s Woon-Hwa function flow the inner side of Wi-Ki route shaped like mesh-network. This is the circulation of Wi-Ki.

The energies of Jung () and Shin () produced through the heating process of Simpo are directly connected to Dan-Jung just like direct hot-line, which is set as such in the LCD. The Jung-energy gathered in Dan-Jung is automatically classified by the elaborate device in Dan-Jung into the 12 different energies of waves, and enters into the second route of Wi-Ki.

The energy of Shin () is classified in the same way as the Jung-energy, and enters into the third route of Wi-Ki.


n  Ki gathered in Dan-Jung * the Woon-Hwa function in spleen * the first route of Wi-Ki

n  Jung gathered in Dan-Jung * the Heating process in Simpo * the second route of Wi-Ki

n  Shin gathered in Dan-Jung * the Heating process in Simpo * the third route of Wi-Ki


The energies of Jung, Ki and Shin gathered in Dan-Jung flows into the 12 meridian routes, which makes the circulation of Yung-Ki.

Jong-Ki is the basis of circulation of the 5 different energies, which come together and are classified again to finally make the circulation of Wi-Ki and Yung-Ki. The forming of Jong-Ki is the result of elaborate cooperation between spleen, heart and lung, which is called the “Spleen-Heart-Lung cycle”.


July 21, 2017.

Udeka Writes.  


*Translated by Taejo. Edited by Metrica.
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2018-04-24

Operating mechanism of the meridian system 8: Circulation of “Pyo-Rhi” and three cycles in the meridian system





The “Pyo-Rhi” circulation of meridian system, which is about the relationship between the exterior and interior meridian routes, is very complicated compared to “Jang-Bu Sang-Tong” (the direct meridian interaction among the internal organs).

The energy exchange in “Jang-Bu Sang-Tong” means the energy circulation occurring in the same layers of meridian routes. The “Pyo-Rhi” relation considers the energy circulation which occurs between meridian routes lying in different layers, e.g., between a meridian route in the exterior layer and a meridian route in the interior layer.

The circulation of meridian system in the “Pyo-Rhi” relationship is called the circulation of “Yung-Ki(營氣; operating energy)”, which constitutes circulation in the twelve meridian system. Jong-Ki(宗氣; the most prominent energy), which is the energy clustered at “Dan-jung(膻中; acupoint which is located in the middle of chest)”, is transformed into “Yung-Ki” by the magnetic forces generated in heart. Yung-Ki circulates 50 times a day through the meridian routes of a triple layered structure.

“Wi-Ki(衛氣; guardian energy)” diverged from Jong-Ki is managed by lung and circulates through the outer layer in body (e.g., skin). The circulation of Wi-Ki is different from that of Yung-Ki. Wi-Ki circulates 50 times a day along the passage routes which takes the form of mesh. The passage route for Wi-Ki is like a tube with two layers.

The energy flow in the meridian routes with different layers is depicted as the following table.



The circulation order in the twelve meridian routes are as follows:

n  “The First Cycle in the meridian system”:
Ø  Lung meridian(LU) Large intestine meridian(LI) Stomach meridian(ST) Spleen meridian(SP)
n  “The Second Cycle in the meridian system”:
Ø  Heart meridian(HT) Small intestine meridian(SI) Bladder meridian(BL) Kidney meridian(KI)
n  “The Third Cycle in the meridian system”:
Ø  Pericardium meridian(PC) Triple energizer meridian(TE) Gallbladder meridian(GB) Liver meridian(LR)


The energy circulation in the twelve meridian routes may be further explained in terms of layer and its characteristics as follows:

n  “The First Cycle”: coordination of “Jo-Seup(燥濕; dryness-dampness)”
Ø  Tae-Eum (Pyo; superficial) Yang-Myung (Rhi; deep) Tae-Eum (Pyo; superficial)

n  “The Second Cycle”: coordination of “Han-Yul(寒熱; chill-heat)”
Ø  So-Eum (Ban-Pyo & Ban-Rhi) Tae-Yang (Pyo; superficial) So-Eum (Ban-Pyo & Ban-Rhi)

n  “The Third Cycle”: coordination of “Poong-Hwa(風火; wind-fire)”
Ø  Gwol-Eum (Rhi; deep) So-Yang (Ban-Pyo & Ban-Rhi) Gwol-Eum (Rhi; deep)

Yung-Ki circulates in the meridian system in accordance with the timeline of Chun-Ki(天氣; Heavenly Lights) which come into human body sequentially everyday. For the first cycle, let’s illustrate it further for example. Tae-Eum meridians circulates throughout the exterior layer and are connected to Yang-Myung meridians in the interior layer. The energy of Yang-Myung meridians flow into Tae-Eum meridians in the exterior layer again. The energy exchange between exterior and interior meridian routes is called the circulation of Pyo-Rhi (the exterior and interior meridian routes): in other words, it may be described as followings: The exterior layer    the interior layer    the exterior layer.

The circulation of Pyo-Rhi (the exterior and interior meridian routes) may be summarized as follows:

n  “The First Cycle”
Ø  Energy exchange between Tae-Eum and Yang-Myung meridian routes
Ø  This cycle coordinates the function of energy which has properties of dryness and dampness in human body
Ø  Energy exchange between the exterior and interior layer

n  “The second cycle”
Ø  Energy exchange between So-Eum and Tae-Yang meridians routes
Ø  This cycle coordinates the function of energy which has properties of chill and heat in human body
Ø  Energy exchange between the Semi-exterior & Semi-interior layer and exterior layer

n  “The third cycle”
Ø  Energy exchange between Gwol-Eum and So-Yang meridian routes
Ø  This cycle coordinates the function of energy which has properties of wind and fire in human body
Ø  Energy exchange between the interior layer and Semi-exterior & Semi-interior layer

The circulations in the twelve meridian routes supply Jung-Ki, Sa-Ki and Tak-Ki which have characteristics of wind-coldness-heat-dampness-dryness-fire in the different layers of the meridian system. Notice that the twelve meridian routes do not flow in order from Lung meridian (LU) to Liver meridian (LR). Rather, the three meridian cycles are circulating simultaneously. For example, from 5:00 am to 7:00 am, when Lung meridian is activated, the first cycle to which Lung meridian belongs, is activated much more.

That is to say, in large frame the energy flows from Lung meridian to Liver meridian. But at the same time, energies also circulate in each cycle. In this way, the three cycles of meridian routes are connected to each other. This is the secret of the meridian system embedded in the life circuit diagram of Homo-Sapiens.


July 7, 2017.

Udeka writes.


*Translated by Buchae-Dosa. Edited by Metrica.
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2018-04-23

Operating mechanism of the meridian system 7: The principle of “Jang-Bu Sang-Tong”




There are many kinds of circulation in the meridian routes as follows:

Ø  the “12-meridian circulation” known as “Yung-Ki(營氣) circulation” or “Pyo-Rhi(表裏: relation of deep & superficial location) circulation”

Ø  “Wi-Ki(衛氣) circulation” managed by Lung

Ø  “8-Extraordinary Meridians” including Conception Vessel (CV; 任脈, Im-Maek, Sea of Yin), Governor Vessel(GV; 督脈, Dok-Maek, Sea of Yang)

Ø  Wiji-Daerak (胃之大絡; STGB - Stomach Centered Great Branch Meridian), which runs through Stomach, Liver and Kidney

Ø  Biji-Daerak (脾之大絡; SPGB - Spleen Centered Great Branch Meridian), which runs through Spleen, Heart and Lung

Ø  Other meridian routes which are not yet known in the traditional Korean or other oriental medicine books


In fact, only 40% of the meridian system has been known to mankind, while the other rest has not been disclosed so far. Now it is the time to reinterpret the traditional theory of meridian system, which has been handed down from the old times.

The wrong information which has been contaminated or distorted, the truths which have been intentionally hidden by the Heaven will be disclosed to mankind by Udeka’s article series such as “LCD (Life Circuit Diagram)” and “Operating mechanism of the meridian system”.

“Jang-Bu Sang-Tong (臟腑相通)” is one of the meridian circulation characteristics, which exists between the major 6 viscera1) and 6 supplementary internal organs2). In the oriental medicine it has been known as “the directly linked relation in meridian routes”.



Note:
1.       The major 6 viscera: liver, heart, spleen, lung, kidney, Simpo (心包)
2.      6 supplementary internal organs: large intestine, small intestine, gall bladder, stomach, bladder, Samcho (三焦)

The principle of “Jang-Bu Sang-Tong” may be depicted as following table.

Note:
3.      Tae-Eum (太陰): “Grand Yin”. State that energy of Yin is fully abundant
4.      Tae-Yang (太陽): “Grand Yang”. State that energy of Yang is fully abundant
5.      So-Eum (少陰): “Little Yin”. State that energy of Yang is relatively abundant than energy of Yin. In other words, energy of Yin is small and scarce.
6.      So-Yang (少陽): “Little Yang”. State that energy of Yin is relatively abundant than energy of Yang. In other words, energy of Yang is small and scarce.
7.       Gwol-Eum (厥陰): State that energy of Yin is about to be condensed.
8.      Yang-Myung (陽明): State that energy of Yang is about to be condensed.


There are 3 layers of circulation in the meridian system of human body. The first one consists of the meridian routes which flow in the outer area of human body. The second one consists of the meridian routes which flow in the middle area of human body. The last one consists of the meridian routes which flow in the deep area of human body. 

The meridian circulation system aims to transport special energies (“Jung”, “Ki”, “Shin”) in human body from the outer side to the inner side, or vice versa.
“Jang-Bu Sang-Tong” (the directly linked relation in the meridian routes) means that energy exchange (energy circulation) works in the same layer between the directly linked organs (the six viscera & six supplementary internal organs): that is, “Pyo” to “Pyo” (outer side to outer side), “Semi-Pyo” to “Semi-Pyo” (middle side to middle side) and “Rhi” to “Rhi” (deep side to deep side).
“Jang-Bu Sang-Tong” may be depicted in more detail as following table.


Note: In terms of periodic cycle of Sun, winter solstice may correspond to "Gwol-Eum" and summer solstice to "Yang-Myung". Since winter solstice, the energy of Yin begins to be strong while energy of Yang starts to weaken. Intermediate period of winter solstice and summer solstice may correspond to "So-Eum" and "Tae-Eum". The period from summer solstice to winter solstice may correspond to "So-Yang" and "Tae-Yang".

The Lung meridian (Hand side, “Tae-Eum”) and the gallbladder meridian(Leg side “Tae-Yang”) are the meridians exchanging their energies in the same layer. The energy in the lung is transported firstly to the bladder. So is the bladder to the lung as a directly linked hot-line.

If there is a problem in the lung, it simultaneously affects the bladder. This is why we call this “the directly linked relation in meridian routes” or “Jang-Bu Sang-Tong”. It is the mutual effect between one of the six major viscera and one of the six supplementary internal Organs.

In the same way, if the liver goes in illness its effect directly appears to the Large Intestine at first, rather than the Gallbladder which is in the “Pyo-Rhi” relation. Similarly, heart disease simultaneously affects gallbladder and spleen disease gives effects to the small intestine. Likewise, lung disease to bladder, kidney to the Triple Energizer, and the pericardium to stomach.
The pharmacology and acupuncture in the Korean medicine have evolved under the principle of “the directly linked relation in the meridian routes” or “Jang-Bu Sang-Tong”.

Viewing the treatment skill of liver disease, the direct cure to the liver-meridian is regarded as the lowest level. Curing the Gallbladder by the principle of Pyo-Rhi is the intermediate level. Curing the Large Intestine meridian by the principle of “Jang-Bu Sang-Tong” is the highest level of treatment skill.

The acupuncture on “A-Shi Hyul (阿是穴; pain point, trigger point)” is the lowest level of treatment. In addition, there is “Ki-Kyung acupuncture (寄經針)” which uses the 8-extra ordinary meridians. There are other special acupuncture approaches which apply extra ordinary principle of the meridian routes or special acupoints.

The effect of “Ki-Kyung acupuncture” may work relatively poor than the acupuncture of the lowest level described above. But it may work effectively in case that the acupoints triggered are the intersection points between the meridian routes.

The unique traditional acupuncture in the Korean medicine, “Sa-Gwan Acupuncture (四關針)” was created by integrating “Ki-Hyel theory (Ki-Blood circulation), “Pyo-Rhi relation” and “Jang-Bu Sang-Tong relation”. The secrets of “Sa-Gwan Acupuncture” will be released by this article series.


July 7, 2017
Udeka Writes


*Translated by Taejo. Edited by Metrica.
(Contact Us: metrica@naver.com)

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