Herbal enema is an important practice in Natural Healing. TCM theory recognizes
the energetic relationship between the large intestine and the lungs. Large
intestine-absorbed herbs move through the large intestine meridians to the
lungs, and through the lungs to all the meridians in the body. All diseases
will be reflected in the large intestine. Direct absorption through the large
intestine can see direct results for balancing internal organ energy. The large
intestine is not just a corridor for moving out waste - it is also a path for
absorbing the most important nutrients.
In this process heat and herb energy are delivered through the skin for rehabilitative and preventive purposes. Water, at higher temperatures, can help improve internal organ circulation. Adding herbs enhances the results. This therapy also detoxifies, moves out toxins, enhances metabolism, moves out meridian blockages, weight loss, and improving the skin.
Music therapy is another piece in the natural healing pie of methods to help one balance, be it for rehabilitation or prevention. The general awareness of music for therapeutic purposes notes that it can help to promote overall wellness, manage stress, alleviate pain, express feelings, enhance memory, improve communication, and promote physical rehabilitation. Furthermore, from natural healing theory the harmonics and vibrations correspond to specific internal organs, meaning that music can be employed in a comprehensive program for a particular health condition.
Poultices are topical methods as opposed to herbs that are ingested. Specific herbs are applied on different areas of the body, and the energy moves through meridians to each of the internal organs. One method is to place the poultice on the belly button. The belly button is a powerful point on the body. Prior to birth, the fetus receives its nutrition through it, and even after birth it is still an effective means of moving energy in the body. It is considered an important acupuncture point, almost on the same level of the bai hui point. The point is used for people with problems related to liver and kidney, digestion, menstruation, and many others. The belly button can also be used for diagnostic purposes; size, color, shape are all indications of the overall health of a person. This type of poultice has been used for thousands of years. It is effective, easy, with no side effects.
Everyone likes nice perfumes and colognes; some like musk, and some like flowery scents. Our preference for one or the other is dictated by energy. Master has researched these patterns of energy, following 5 Element Theory, and they can be used to help balance internal organ energy for balancing internal organ energy and spiritual balance.
Essential Oils made their way to the United States via China, Europe, and England. They are not designed to be dabbed on like a perfume or strictly for scent. The technique is critical; Essential Oils are applied according to internal organ meridians and skin regions. Each oil is specific to a region, not just a point.
Many people now put small magnets on certain points or on pillows. Research has
found that it works for some people; however it does not work for others with
the side effect of headaches. Ease of use is a benefit, but the results have
not been corroborated by deeper research. The Qimaster approach is that the
power of a magnet is too small. Why not tap into the energy fields of the Universe
and the Earth. Now, that is a much bigger energy field. If the energy of a person,
the energy of the environment and Universal energy can be brought into alignment
- the benefits will be much greater. Magnets are a local approach. Energy fields
include magnetic, bioelectromagnetic, electricity, light, sound, and subsonic.
They are much broader in scope and application, and can be a part of a rehabilitative
and/or preventive program.
Natural Healing is an experience-based, comprehensive, multi-dimensional approach
based on the philosophies of heaven, earth, and man, and alignment of energy
for rehabilitative and preventive applications. There are many natural healing
practices, but each, individually is not that powerful. The power is when many
practices are used in combination.
Whereas natural healing is a compound approach, modern medicine is singular.
Research is conducted on each ingredient of a formula, negating the interactions
between them. This lacuna is now being addressed. Forward-looking institutions
like National Institutes of Health (NIH) and National Cancer Institute are
starting to investigate how different herbs in a formula interact with each
other, and complementary/integrative approaches are being researched.