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By Dr. Mary Jo Ruggieri

We are about to begin a new revolution! An innovative science is emerging, a science that holds the secrets of past systems of healing and future cures for humankind.

Lifeforce, chakras, auras, prana and chi are words often expressed when discussing the human energy field. Chinese acupuncturists believe that channels of energy run through the body; when these channels are blocked or out of balance, pain and disease can result. Practitioners of polarity therapy use their hands to balance the human energy field, believing that, when in balance, the body will begin to automatically heal.

Research has shown that in disease, the natural flow of energy is obstructed, disordered and often depleted. Think about how you feel when you’re sick—no energy. As long as energy is flowing freely, we maintain optimal health.

James Oschman, in his book Energy Medicine, says in a few decades scientists have gone from a conviction that there is no such thing as an energy field around the human body to an absolute certainty that it exists. Moreover, he states, science is explaining the roles of energy fields in health and disease.

Life in many cultures is based on the principles of energy, and many of these cultures use energy medicine for healing. Chinese and Indian traditions use the principles of energy as the foundation for their entire healthcare system.

The basis for tai chi, qigong, yoga and meditation is balancing the energy flow in the body. Therapies such as polarity therapy, reiki, therapeutic touch and reflexology all influence the body’s flow of energy to promote health and healing.

Dr. Andrew Weil, in his bestseller Spontaneous Healing, believes that “Health, according to the energy model, is the harmonious flow of life energy, while imbalances in this flow (due to unhealthy habits) result in illness.” He points out that conventional medicine has long used machinessuch as x-rays, lasers, EKGs and EEGsthat record various forms of energy to diagnose or treat disease.

How does all of this energy really work? Simple. What happens when you blow a fuse in your house? The breakers go out, movement completely shuts down in the entire house and you’re without lights, refrigeration and, of course, TV. Energy that comes into your house comes from a source, the power plant. This plant pumps high-voltage electricity through a series of lines and transformers to slow it down so we can eventually use it.

The human body is also an electrical plant that runs on high-voltage energy. The spine, representing the utility pole, sends energy via all the nerves (or wires) to every part of the body so movement can occur. If there’s a short in the circuits or an injury to the system, the circuit breakers go out. Knowing how to turn these circuit breakers back on is energy medicine.

Everything has energy, as Einstein pointed out; matter is energy and energy becomes form and matter. Therapies such as polarity therapy concentrate on keeping the positive pathways of energy open. Pain is a blockage of energy and eventually leads to disease and structural dysfunction.

Imagine if mainstream disease prevention was a matter of identifying the problem first at the energetic level, then bringing that energy back into balance and removing the blocks before the disease occurs. We may get there sooner than we think.

Polarity therapy is becoming a household word. It’s a synthesis of many ancient theories and techniques derived from Indian Ayurvedic medicine and Chinese healing traditions such as acupressure and acupuncture. The term “polarity” relates to one of the basic laws of natureelectric magnetic force, or attraction and repulsion. It centers around the attraction and union of opposites through a balanced middle point.

Dr. Randolph Stone, the founder of polarity therapy, created a very detailed science that uses various reflex points, holds for stress reduction and specific energetic manipulations aimed at releasing tension in the body. A polarity practitioner will use various types of touchworking with the hands on or off the bodywhich can be combined with gentle rocking to release physical tension patterns. Deeper acupressure points help relieve energetic congestion held deep in the body.

Polarity also involves yoga exercise as well as Ayurvedic “live food” principles. It truly is a holistic approach to healthcare. A common belief in all aspects of polarity therapy is that life energy is the link between the mind and the body.

A polarity session can often get to the heart of the problem, tracing the energy blocks to the physical centers of pain. Once the source of the pain is identified, along with the help of the polarity practitioner, the client will be able to remove the blocks.

Remember, to maintain quality health, the life energy must flow freely through the entire body.

May the longtime sun shine upon you.

Reference Citation:

Ruggieri, M. J. (July 19, 2001). Polarity for balance. Columbus Alive Wired, Healing. Columbus, OH: Columbus Alive, Inc. Retrieved June 3, 2004 from http://www.columbusalive.com/2001/20010719/071901/07190110.html

By Dr. Mary Jo Ruggieri

We are about to begin a new revolution! An innovative science is emerging, a science that holds the secrets of past systems of healing and future cures for humankind.

Lifeforce, chakras, auras, prana and chi are words often expressed when discussing the human energy field. Chinese acupuncturists believe that channels of energy run through the body; when these channels are blocked or out of balance, pain and disease can result. Practitioners of polarity therapy use their hands to balance the human energy field, believing that, when in balance, the body will begin to automatically heal.

Research has shown that in disease, the natural flow of energy is obstructed, disordered and often depleted. Think about how you feel when you’re sick—no energy. As long as energy is flowing freely, we maintain optimal health.

James Oschman, in his book Energy Medicine, says in a few decades scientists have gone from a conviction that there is no such thing as an energy field around the human body to an absolute certainty that it exists. Moreover, he states, science is explaining the roles of energy fields in health and disease.

Life in many cultures is based on the principles of energy, and many of these cultures use energy medicine for healing. Chinese and Indian traditions use the principles of energy as the foundation for their entire healthcare system.

The basis for tai chi, qigong, yoga and meditation is balancing the energy flow in the body. Therapies such as polarity therapy, reiki, therapeutic touch and reflexology all influence the body’s flow of energy to promote health and healing.

Dr. Andrew Weil, in his bestseller Spontaneous Healing, believes that “Health, according to the energy model, is the harmonious flow of life energy, while imbalances in this flow (due to unhealthy habits) result in illness.” He points out that conventional medicine has long used machinessuch as x-rays, lasers, EKGs and EEGsthat record various forms of energy to diagnose or treat disease.

How does all of this energy really work? Simple. What happens when you blow a fuse in your house? The breakers go out, movement completely shuts down in the entire house and you’re without lights, refrigeration and, of course, TV. Energy that comes into your house comes from a source, the power plant. This plant pumps high-voltage electricity through a series of lines and transformers to slow it down so we can eventually use it.

The human body is also an electrical plant that runs on high-voltage energy. The spine, representing the utility pole, sends energy via all the nerves (or wires) to every part of the body so movement can occur. If there’s a short in the circuits or an injury to the system, the circuit breakers go out. Knowing how to turn these circuit breakers back on is energy medicine.

Everything has energy, as Einstein pointed out; matter is energy and energy becomes form and matter. Therapies such as polarity therapy concentrate on keeping the positive pathways of energy open. Pain is a blockage of energy and eventually leads to disease and structural dysfunction.

Imagine if mainstream disease prevention was a matter of identifying the problem first at the energetic level, then bringing that energy back into balance and removing the blocks before the disease occurs. We may get there sooner than we think.

Polarity therapy is becoming a household word. It’s a synthesis of many ancient theories and techniques derived from Indian Ayurvedic medicine and Chinese healing traditions such as acupressure and acupuncture. The term “polarity” relates to one of the basic laws of natureelectric magnetic force, or attraction and repulsion. It centers around the attraction and union of opposites through a balanced middle point.

Dr. Randolph Stone, the founder of polarity therapy, created a very detailed science that uses various reflex points, holds for stress reduction and specific energetic manipulations aimed at releasing tension in the body. A polarity practitioner will use various types of touchworking with the hands on or off the bodywhich can be combined with gentle rocking to release physical tension patterns. Deeper acupressure points help relieve energetic congestion held deep in the body.

Polarity also involves yoga exercise as well as Ayurvedic “live food” principles. It truly is a holistic approach to healthcare. A common belief in all aspects of polarity therapy is that life energy is the link between the mind and the body.

A polarity session can often get to the heart of the problem, tracing the energy blocks to the physical centers of pain. Once the source of the pain is identified, along with the help of the polarity practitioner, the client will be able to remove the blocks.

Remember, to maintain quality health, the life energy must flow freely through the entire body.

May the longtime sun shine upon you.

Reference Citation:

Ruggieri, M. J. (July 19, 2001). Polarity for balance. Columbus Alive Wired, Healing. Columbus, OH: Columbus Alive, Inc. Retrieved June 3, 2004 from http://www.columbusalive.com/2001/20010719/071901/07190110.html