Author: Park Jae WooPublisher: Su Jok AcademyYear: 2013Language: EnglishPages: 152ISBN/UPC (if available): 5900810593
Hands and feet by Anatomical structure process the most manifest likeness to the human body. This truly mysterious similarity plays and important role, making it possible to realize that other body parts and internal organs also boast their own correspondence systems. They are incorporated by the Homo-System of the Human body, which is the inalienable part of the hierarchic Homo-System of the Universe. The Homo-System provides interrelation of all its constituent similar elements, and maintains the harmony and stability of existence. Standard correspondence systems of hands and feet prove to be the most effective and simple ones among all treatment correspondence systems, that’s why they are widely used.
Preface Chapter I – Homo-Hetero law and the Homo-System of the Human Body I. Homo-Hetero Law II. The Concept of the Homo-System of the body III. Structural and Functional principles of the body’s Homo-System Chapter II – Standard Systems of Correspondence to the body on the hands and feet I. Similarity of the hands to the body. Thumb is head 1. Similarity in the body on the Hands and feet 2. Similarity in the level of location of protruding parts 3. Similarity in the direction of protruding parts 4. Similarity in the proportions of protruding parts 5. Similarity in the number of segments and joints of protruding parts 6. Similarity of protruding parts in relation to the line of symmetry 7. Similarity of the thumb to the head II. Similarity of the foot to the body III. Correspondence to the Yin and Yang surfaces of the body IV. Reference lines in the standard system of correspondence of the hands and feet 1. Location of lines of symmetry 2. Location of the projections of the diaphragm V. Primary and secondary correspondence VI. Projections of the head and backbone in the standard systems of correspondence of the hands and feet VII. Projections of the extremities in the standard systems of correspondence of the hands feet VIII. Correspondence to the Side surfaces of the trunk IX. Projections of the internal organs in the standard correspondence systems of the hands and feet Chapter III – Additional treatment systems of the hands and feetI. The concept of additional treatment systems II. Partial correspondence to the head on the hands and feet III. Partial Correspondence to the shoulder girdle on the hand IV. Partial Correspondence to the lumbosacral spine and the coccyx V. Partial systems of correspondence to the legs VI. Skin and bone correspondence VII. Partial systems of correspondence on the feet 1. Partial systems of correspondence to the body on the feet 2. Partial Correspondence to the organs of the upper pary of the abdominal cavity VIII. The Phenomenon of reflection in the systems of correspondence Chapter IV – The Yoga-System of Correspondence Chapter V – Three – Level Systems of Correspondence I. The Concept of Three-level systems II. Three-level systems of correspondence of the extremities III. Standard systems of Correspondence to the body on the fingers/toes (<> Systems) IV. <> Correspondence Systems Chapter VI – Standard systems of correspondence on the distal phalanges of the fingers and toesI. Mini-Systems of correspondence II. Microsystems of Correspondence Chapter VII – Principles of treatment through the standard systems of Correspondence of the hands and feetI. Principles of searching for treatment points of correspondence and their stimulation II. The basic methods of treatment 1. Treatment through two points 2. Treatment through three points 3. Five-Step treatment 4. Treatment through the energy points Chapter VIII – Methods of Stimulation of treatment correspondence points I. Diagnostic Sticks II. Metal stars III. Magnet stars IV. Magnets V. Massage rings VI. Roller and tube massagers VII. Seeds of plants VIII. Mini-old Micromoxas IX. Needles X. Injectors XI. Scarificators XII. Other Methods of stimulation of treatment points Conclusion