Image Medicine is an ancient Chinese medicine, the school of doctor Bian Que (扁鹊). Its history falls into the era of the Warring States (Zhanguo / 战国 ) and dynastes Qin ( 秦 ) and Han ( 汉 ) (5th cent. B.C. – 3rd. cent. A.D.), when it acquired its greatest development and fame.
Chinese medicine consists of the Medicine of the Yellow Emperor (Qin Shi Huangdi / 秦始皇帝), that is generally known, outside of China, as Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), and Medicine of Bian Que. Due to certain historical events, the Medicine of Bian Que did not have the possibility to spread as rapidly as the TCM.
Rediscovery of the forgotten information of this ancient medicine some 20 years ago opened the possibility of its repeated study. Thanks to an unique tool of diagnostics and treatment – an image (xiang / 象 ), it was given the name Image Medicine (Yi Xiang Yi Xue / 意象医学).
Image Medicine (IM) consist of three parts: theoretical base, system of diagnostics and system of treatment. It is based on methods and theory of ancient masters – doctors Bian Que and Hua Tuo ( 华佗 ) such as „internal vision“, „diagnostics with help of seeing“, „image pulse diagnostics“, „image of internal organs“.
IM advances an ancient method of TCM diagnostics – pulse diagnostics – and further develops the technique of „internal seeing of the image“ of extraordinary doctor Bian Que, who is known in China also as “spiritual (or miracle) doctor”.
During the pulse diagnostics and examination of the client we conduct a diagnostics of internal organs, structures and functions of the organism. After receiving the images and their analysis we carry out the treatment by means of change of the abnormal (pathologic) images into correct ones.
IM is a product of integration of energy, information, physical / material medicine and classical Chinese medicine. It pays particular attention to regenerative functions of the organism. With the help of energy, information as well as causal diagnostics it is possible to accurately determine location, character and cause of the illness.
During diagnostics, the specialists observe not only external displays of the disease but also internal. Thus they come close to the masterfulness of the great doctor Bian Que who was able to diagnose “at a glance”.
Diagnostics in IM
IM utilises diagnostic methods that represent an advanced from of Chinese pulse diagnostics.. Diagnostics in IM reaches a higher level because it enables, out of the scope of typical pulse diagnostics, to see an image of internal organs by taking the pulse.
Ancient Chinese medicine – pulse method of doctor Bian Que incorporates three levels of diagnostics:
BEAT (mai dong / 脉动) – we diagnose by the fingertips, we sense the rhythm of the pulse contractions under the tips of the fingers.
PULSE OF THE ENERGY (mai qi / 脉气) – we diagnose by three fingers, we sense the rhythm of specific energies (cold, cool, balance, warm, hot) under the fingers.
IMAGE FROM THE PULSE (mai xiang / 脉象) – we diagnose by mind, we sense images of concrete organs of the concrete person under the fingers. This perception is not a feeling on the fingers it is a vision / seeing of the image leading from the fingers to the certain location.
Unhealthy image received as a result of such “seeing” and “image pulse diagnostics” is subsequently changed and treated.
Treatment in IM
Treatment through IM is a completely natural form of treatment. It is a method through which one human being treats another. Usually we act as follows: we use our personal energy or our own mind to treat another. Of course, in certain situations it is imperative to also use special diet, herbs or other methods such as surgery.
Treatment in IM is based on the concepts of the types of illnesses. We distinguish seven separate groups of illnesses, therefore there are seven groups of treating the illnesses:
- Physical method,
- Energy method,
- Spiritual (Information) method,
- Physical and energy method in conjunction,
- Physical and spiritual method in conjunction,
- Energy and spiritual method in conjunction,
- Physical, energy, and spiritual method all at once.
Within the scope of study of IM so far the energy and information methods were made public. This area includes ten special mantras, eight so called Big methods and four ways of cleansing.
More about diagnostics and treatment in IM will be presented directly at the conference and seminars in October 2015. On the occasion of the conference a new book – Introduction to Image Medicine – will be published in the Slovak language. To this day the book was only available in Russian and English.
Methods of diagnostics and treatment in IM are simple, painless, harmless, and without secondary effects and reactions.
Diagnostics by IM is very accurate and treatment is highly effective, especially in cases of refractory diseases. IM belongs to the category of natural medicine, does nor require special equipment or pharmaceuticals.