The particle of Light is finer and smaller than that of Ki. The finer the particle is, the better it can be absorbed in human body. And the better it flows through the meridian routes. Food is converted to inorganic matters through digestion process. The biggest particle is absorbed at small intestine and is transferred to heart through the hepatic portal vein by the processing of Liver. Then heart provides nutriments (molecule type) to organs through circulation of blood.
Intangible energies absorbed as the type of Ki, which is made by the Un-Hwa (運化) function of spleen, are transformed into the energies of Jung-Ki-Shin (精氣神) by the working of Po (包), and then supplied to internal organs through the Twelve Main Meridians.
Digestive process and fumigation in Po mean that food is absorbed and its nutrients are decomposed into finer particles in human body. Digestive process and fumigation in Po in human body cannot be replaced by any device made by mankind.
Ki-madang gets bright when Jung (精) and Ki (氣) absorbed through the meridian system are supplied to the internal organs. It is quite like the concentric circles forming when you throw a stone into a pond.
Light-madang is enlightened as the energy of Shin (神) is absorbed through the meridian system and supplied to the internal organs. Just as the stones thrown into the pond make concentric circles, Light-madang is formed. Light-madang is far brighter and larger than Ki-madang.
When we eat 100 grams of food, 40 grams are absorbed into body and 60 grams are excreted by bowels. The absorbed 40 grams are further transformed into various energies as follows:
n The 60 percent of 40 grams (24 grams) are transformed into nutrients, circulated through the blood circulation system and provided to the internal organs and tissues.
n The other 16 grams (40 percent of 40 grams) are transformed into the following.
l 6 grams of Jung: They are provided to the internal organs and tissues through the meridian system.
l 6 grams of Ki: They are provided to the internal organs and tissues through the meridian system.
l 3 grams of Shin: They are provided to the internal organs and tissues through the meridian system.
l The remaining 1 gram is absorbed in human body as scent in the cooking process.
The energy absorbed as the form of scent is nothing but Ki. The size of the particle in this case is larger than the Ki formed by the digestive system and the Un-Hwa process of spleen. The scent is absorbed directly through the membrane of cells and tissues without the circulation system of blood vessels and meridians. The particle of scent is so large that it cannot penetrate the membrane of meridians or blood vessels.
Light-madang do not produce any side effects. Ki-madang works locally compared to Light-madang.
The theory of Gwi-Gyung (歸經)* in the Korean medicine tried to describe the operating principle of Ki-madang and Light-madang in terms of the Twelve Main Meridians, using the language and logic of the time.
Note: "Gwi-Gyung (歸經)": "Gwi (歸)" means enter. "Gyung (經)" means a meridian route. Thus, "Gwi-Gyung (歸經)" means that food enters specific meridian routes after complex digestive processes explained in the above statements.
Physiology of Ki is about Jung and Ki. Physiology of Light deals with Shin. Lights of Jao-Ujudo (子午流注圖; the Heavenly Lights Flow Diagram) are converted into the twelve spectrum of energies by the MHEA (Meta Humanoid Energy Adjuster), which is located in Simpo (心包). These energies are supplied to the invisible devices in our body through the third (unknown, secret) meridians.
In the human body, there is a physiological process of Jung, Ki and Light, which humans have never known about before. There is the physiological action of Ki and Light when food is transformed to Jung-Ki-Shin. There is the physiological process of Light that Light of the Great universe comes in through Baeg-Hwe (百會; GV20) and is delivered into the Twelve Main Meridians.
The energy of Jung-Ki-Shin, formed through food, conducts a medical action in our body by the meridian circulation of Pyo-Rhi (表裏; outer and inner relation of meridian routes) and Sang-Tong (相通). The theory of Gwi-Gyung (歸經), which describes the medical action of the Korean medical science, was to depict the Light-madang, which was formed by the meridian circulation of Sang-Tong (相通).
When Ki-madang and Light-madang are formed in the way of Pyo-Rhi, the wavelengths of Lights with the same color increase in the internal organs. The physiology of Ligtht, which works as the law of Jang-Bu-Sang-Tong (臟腑相通; the direct relation of meridian routes), became the theory of electrophysiology.
Internal organs are brighter when they receive the same lights of Ki-madang and Light-madang. When internal organs are given Ki-madang and Light-madang of different Lights, the physiology of Light begins. As the more colors are combined, they get darker. But in the world of lights, as the more lights get combined, they get close to the light of white.
The White Light represents the energy of Chun-Hwang (天皇; The Emperor of Heaven) and the energy of the Heaven. As the internal organs receive different wavelengths of lights, the property of White Light get stronger. The action of the White Light is the central function of the physiology of Light, and at the center of it there is the action of Light working as the law of Sang-Tong (相通).
Due to the limitation of space, it is difficult to open up a lot of information. We have a new herbal pharmacology. There is a new pharmacology. There is a new physiology of Light. You must put the new wine in the new unit. The collapse of the old medical matrix and the end of the physical civilization will come. At the center of the dimensional ascension of the Earth, there is the new expansion of the Korean medical science.
Light physiology, Ki-madang, and Light-madang are at the center of new medical science adapted to a new spiritual civilization. The circulation of meridians, the theory of Gui-Kyung, and the circulation of Pyo-Rhi (表裏) and Sang-Tong (相通) for internal organs will play the crucial roles. Welcome to the new world of medical science.
As such shall it be. As such is it planned to be. As such was it done.
October 17, 2017.
*Translated by Buchae-Dosa. Edited by Metrica.