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Non-Surgical Aesthetic Enhancement with Bodily Energy Modulation: New Frontiers of Energy and Cosmetic Medicine

November 23, 2010 |

Part 1: Introduction

Acupuncture has been clinically defined in a variegated manner by energy medical practitioners.  H.H. Moffet 2009 review study powerfully demonstrated that Sham acupuncture is as efficacious as traditional acupuncture techniques.  This researcher utilized 229 articles showing that non-Chi channel points were as therapeutic as traditional methodologies.  He writes the following: “this study used a convenience sample of 229 articles from PubMed Search using the key word “acupuncture” and “limited to clinical trials” published in English in 2005 or 2006.  Studies were categorized as wrong points versus non-points and the use of normal insertion and the stimulation versus superficial insertion or minimal stimulation…  These findings cast doubt on the validity on the traditional acupuncture theories pertaining to point locations and indication.”1  Currently, many schools in the United States are teaching protocols that are possibly fraught with deceptive efficaciousness.  It is likely that this traditional paradigm may be misleading and erroneous.

There is no objective veracity for the construct of Chi channels or their associated points.  However, there is a plethora of empirical interest in the body’s metaphysiology.  Dr. Sam Parnia’s work on near-death experience or his Human Consciousness Project appears to substantiate that the human body possesses occult energy dynamics which are physiologically operational when sequestered from its corporal robustness.  Many Western medical researchers are working on projects to substantiate the validity of the etheric aspects of the human body.  Currently, this sphere of analysis is still quite hypothetical. 

Cross-cultural anthropologist have purported that indigenous humans have developed techniques for eliminating the body’s energy perturbations.  Luis Eduardo Luna’s works entitled Ayahuasca Visions and Vegetalismo are concerned with the healing techniques of South American shamanistic practitioners.2  The methodologies cited in his works for alleviating energy blockages are qualitatively different from what is being professed in Western acupuncture colleges.  These South American practitioners are seeing or utilizing synesthesia for perceiving bodily energy thwartment.  R. Shane 2009 in his work entitled, “The Etheric Powers of the Mental Eye” analytically explicates the body’s process for cryptic seeing.  This meta-phenomenon is not being discussed in Western acupuncture schools.  The authors assent that this kind of deeper perception in necessary for the detection of energy perturbation.

There is much discussion regarding the utilization of the pridigiousness powers of the eye throughout anthropological literature where atavistic healing practitioners possess this kind of arcane acumen.  Shane 2009 writes the following regarding the mental eye in energy healing; a practitioner must have actualized the powers of the mental eye and optimally regulate his body’s matrix of Chi channels.  The internal movement artist are more able to readily recognize Chi morbidities…internal movement artists can amelioratively enhance Chi flow in a patient by employing the mental eye to direct etheric force to a patient in a medicinal manner.3   

Modern acupuncture training protocols are not concerned of employing the mental eye for either detection with energy perturbations or to propel Chi auspiciously through the body.  Traditional acupuncture does not require a practitioner to have advanced internal martial art training nor to develop the propensity to propitiously move Chi within his/her own body.  Currently, practitioners are only mandated to memorize hypothetical points harbored in the twelve primary Chi channels which may themselves not exist.  H.H. Moffet’s review article entitled “Traditional Acupuncture Theories Yield Null Outcomes” further points out that the entire traditional acupuncture paradigm is fraught with erroneous misconceptions; and erudite practitioners must develop a more medicinal model.5

The indigenous anthropological literature on healing points out that India’s arcane theosophy speaks about the relationship between Chakras systems and the channels of energy which emanate from them.  In a similar manner, ancient Toaist’s discerned that the body’s principle Chi channels were interconnected with the three primary Dantiens.  This highly sophisticated meta-physiological complex appears to influence the physical body.  Shane’s 2010 publication concerned with the body’s meta-anatomy entitled “Manifesto of Ontological Genesis” sets forth a viable paradigm as to how the body salubriously functions as a integrated gestalt or the nature of its etheric machinations.6

It is evident from a review of Sham acupuncture studies that prophylaxis of particular points of Chi networks which are dysregulated or where the Chi channels are thwarted has limited efficacy in most instances when treated by non-expert martial art practitioners.  Moreover, many Western acupuncture practitioners are themselves consumed by energy perturbation which is likewise toxically transferred to their patients.  Thus, they do not possess the arcane acumen to resolve their patient’s bodily Chi dysfunctionality.  The International Toaist’s University is committed to developing a paradigm shift in terms of treating a patient’s Chi energy pathologies.  Furthermore, acupuncture practitioners must approach optimal Chi circulation from a very distinctive perspective than what is traditionally taught in the United States.    

Authentic martial art systems are based on a practitioner achieving experiential comprehension of how Ki (mental energy) moves the body’s Chi.  General Choi, founder of Tae Kwan Do, writes the following concerning this meta-phenomenon: “Ki is a form of active energy which fills every physical cell and organ.”7  Advanced marital art black belts acquire the acumen to amelioratively move the body’s Chi as a functional of actualizing the powers of their upper Dantien.   All energy masters must continue to use hand-and-foot movement patterns to condition and enhance his/her paramount Ki.  It is the authors contention based on indigenous shamananistic practices as well as Toaist’s energy artists that this kind of proclivity is an essential requisite for inducing optimal energy Chi enthrallment in patients.  Shane and Schafer 2009 pilot epidemiological study concludes that most acupuncturists do not actually train on a regular basis the hand-and-foot martial arts nor are advanced black belts.8  It is unlikely that these acupuncture practitioners posses sufficient Ki or the acumen of synesthesia to thoroughly alleviate in a medicinal manner a patient’s chronic Chi obstructions or overall energy perturbations.  We are commencing a research pilot study which emphasizes that Chakra or Dantein dysregulation is the etiological basis of Chi channel obstructions.  The authors contend that the body’s Chakra systems or Dantien salubriousness is what governs the variegated array of Chi channels harbored in the human body. 

Part 2:  A Paradigm Beyond Specific Points of Chi Channels for Torso Aesthetic Enhancement

This unique paradigm is based on the interfacement or unique patterning of the body’s quintessential Chakra systems or Dantiens which impact the dynamic behavior of their associated energy channels.  Each phenotype’s particular musculoskeletal matrix is modulated by the body’s meta-anatomy or its etheric physicality.  Robust Chi circulation is contingent upon the integrated functionality of the body’s furtive energy dynamics.  This kind of abstruse conception is still somewhat antithetical to modern molecular medical rhetoric; however, it is heuristically expansive to the discipline of energy medicine as well as intriguing bodily aesthetic protocols. 

We are purporting to Western and oriental medical practitioners that bodily, beauty, and symmetry is partially regulated by the optimal nature of its ineffable energy machinations or what is referred to as the overall patterning of the Chakra network as well as its associated Chi channels.  Furthermore, it is our contention that bodily aesthetic symmetry and its sculptured lines of beauty can be modulated by our advanced needling techniques as well as the etheric prodigiousness of the medical practitioner.  Thus, our comprehensive model for the aesthetic beauty of the torso is certainly involves musculoskeletal super-conditioning, hormonal optimization; and most importantly it is necessary for a practitioner to amelioratively optimize the body’s meta-physiological processes or interior dynamics. 

We are working on modifying in our patients the overall energy dynamics of the body which translates in to the aesthetic improvement of their outward sculptured beauty.  There is a not a relationship with our paradigm and the techniques involved with traditional acupuncture.  We are not medicinally focused on specific hypothetical points with which affect Chi channels or supposedly engenders painful symptomologies, but instead with enhancing the body’s meta-anatomy or its overall etheric gestalt.  Our paradigm is predicated on exquisite homeostasis of all the body’s Chi channels where they are highly integrated and their inveterate energy processes are robustly functional. 

It is predicted that other bodily axis will be likewise auspiciously impacted by this kind of energy modulation or acupuncture prophylaxis.  Patients will not only exhibit a reduction of bodily adiposity, and less inflammation or tissue pathologies, but their overall psychological and emotional sentience will be improved.  Furthermore, the immune system’s homeostasis will be more robustly effective.  In summary, our paradigm is more closely related to the protocols practiced by South American shamanistic healers where they are primarily concerned with improving the overall etheric gestalt of the human body rather than the treatment of specific points of Chi channels.  

Part 3: Unique Treatment Prophylaxis for Energy Modulation and Aesthetic Body Sculpturing

The two energy medical practitioners involved with executing the early stages of this pilot study are very advanced practitioners in the martial arts.  They are competently able to modulate the principle energy channels which are emanations of the upper Dantien or mental eye which influences the salubriousness of the body’s other Chakra energy centers.  Moreover, these practitioners condition their own Chi systems with expert Tae Kwon Do training.  In our view, internal martial art pattern training is an essential protocol for maintaining the exquisite acularity associated with synesthesia which is a requisite to modulate a patient’s overall energy gestalt. 

Patients are evaluated by these two practitioners based on their inner energy symmetry or the patterning of their meta-anatomy.  These experts in energy medicine as a result of artful synesthesia or lucidity of perception will determine the dysfunctionality of the patient’s energy systems or the matrix of their multiple Chi channel perturbation.  Patients are then treated either twice or once a week with a 36×1 inch needle.  In most instances, bodily aesthetic recontouring requires both anterior and posterior treatment sessions.  We are employing a high concentration or greater density of needle prophylaxis compared to traditional acupuncture modalities.

The clinicians are improving or ameliorating overall Chi circulation where the entire body is more homeostatically salubrious.  For example, in our view it is essential to re-educate the energy dynamics of the lower torso where the third Chakra (lower Dantien) eliminates its toxic Chi to descend down the lower appendages or its appropriate channels to be discarded from the feet where the earth’s fecundity ascendsto the lower Dantien to coalesce with the individual’s libidinousness energy.  This meta-phenomenon is ubiquitous in a diverse array of human cultures. 

We have developed medicinal energy modulation protocols to treat overall Chi blockage in the lower torso as this malaise is now pervasive in Western society.  It is likely that several physiological morbidities including lower back pain, arthritis, IBS, autoimmune dysregulation, and possibly neoplagias are engendered by this kind of pathophysiological scenario.  We have discerned that it is necessary to treat this energy malaise in both the anterior and posterior portions of the body.  Furthermore, patients experience auspicious subjective benefits from our unique prophylaxis as compared to traditional acupuncture treatment strategies.

We have found that this kind of comprehensive protocol is superior to traditional acupuncture which only treats specific points of alleged Chi channels.  The nature of Chi circulation is certainly the enigmatic and involves more than twelve principle channels and eight reservoir networks with their multitude of specific points.  The authors purport that this traditional paradigm is not concordant with their vision of the body’s meta-physiological processes.  Furthermore, the body’s arcane anatomy will continue to be elusive until science has developed strategies to empirically study its intrinsic seemly intangible nature.

It is certainly not clear why humans today are more inundated with excessive energy perturbation.  However, it is evident that anxiety, stress, chronic lethargy, mental maladies, and obesity are contributing to the actual physiological basis of the body’s energy obstructions.  The authors assert that it is certainly not clear how the body’s molecular physiology interfaces with its enigmatic energy machinations.  Felix Mann, the first president of the British medical acupuncture society, writes that “traditional acupuncture points are no more than black spots a drunkard sees in front of his eyes.”9  Thus, for acupuncture to be more effective than placebo or even Sham insertion of needles, practitioners are going to have to adapt a more sophisticated paradigm which does not involve the memorization of points which most likely do not exist or may be qualitatively distinctive for a particular phenotype where they are differently dispersed as a function of an individual’s overall etheric gestalt. 

The NIH has a consensus statement regarding acupuncture points: “despite considerable efforts to understand the anatomy and physiology of acupuncture points the definition and characterization of these points remain controversial.”10  Moreover, we have developed a paradigm shift which is more concordant with many other cultural traditions of healing as well as molecular medicine than that of traditional Western acupuncture.  Conversely, mystical perception or synesthesia is a quintessential facet of our unique comprehensive energy modulation paradigm.  There is a kind of perceptual mystique which developed from decades of ardent actualization by a practitioner of the body’s intrinsic energy machinations.  Three years of memorizing illusionary acupuncture points may enable someone to pass a state board examination, but certainly has limited efficacy beyond that of simplistic placebo.  Furthermore, the authors argue that the circulation of Chi primarily involves the sophisticated prodigiousness of the upper Dantien which regulates the collateral energy channels which may not be correlated with the twelve primary traditional Chinese networks that actually which may be akin to the pathway plexuses of the peripheral nervous system.

Our energy modulation paradigm is contingent upon optimizes a matrix of channels regulated by the body’s Chakra systems or Dantiens.  The body’s meta-anatomy is regulated by the mental eye or upper Dantien; and this model is more closely related to Raja Yoga which certainly influenced Toatist’s theosophy.  Thus, imbalances or dysregulation of particular facets of the Chakra system impedes the body’s internal functionality or engender its Chi channel perturbations.  Thus, in our model the prophylaxis of Chi obstruction must involve the energy modulation of the Dantiens or Chakra system.

Currently, we have commenced preliminary trials on patients in order to determine the efficacy of this unique comprehensive strategy for energy modulation.  In the future, we hope to be involved in larger study to determine if this treatment protocol for bodily aesthetic enhancement is superior to Sham or traditional acupuncture; and if can physiologically recontour the dynamic aspects of the body’s muscular symmetry.  Our current clinical observations are certainly promising; and patients subjective commentary has been very favorable to this kind of prophylaxis as compared to traditional acupuncture where the practitioners are not experts in the internal hand-and-foot martial arts.  The ineffable mystique of the energy arts or etheric bodily modulation as been practiced in a wide range of cultures for millenniums.


1)  Moffet, H.H. Sham Acupuncture May be as Efficacious as True Acupuncture: A Systemic Review of Clinical Trials.  Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine Vol. 15 N3.  2009; p.213

2) Luna E, Luis. Ayahuasla Visions Month Atlantic Books.  Berkeley, CA; 1991.

3) Luna E, Luis.  Vegetalism PhD.  Dissertation Almquist and Wikseli International Stockholm, Sweden, 1986.

4) Shane, R.  The Etheric Power of Mental Eye Doctor of Oriental Medicine Thesis. Zen Beauty Institute, San Diego, CA; 2008

5) Moffet H.H.  Traditional Acupuncture Theories Yield Null Outcomes.  A Systematic Review of Clinical Trials:  Journal of Clinical Epidemiol. 2008; 61: 781-747

6) Shane R.  A manifestation of Ontological Genesis. Zen Beauty Institute  San Diego CA;  2009.

7) General Choi  Hong Hi.  Tae Kwon Do;  New Zealand International Tae Kwon Do Federation, 1995; p. 32

8) Shane R. and Schafer J.  Do Traditional Western Acupuncturists Enhance Their Proficiency with Advanced Internal Marital Art Training Protocols; An unpublished review; 2009.

9) Mann F.  Reinventing Acupuncture: p.14 quoted by M. Baver in Chinese Medicine Times; Vol 1, Issue 6; August 2006

10) NIH Consensus Development Program; Nov 3-5, 1997 Acupuncture – Consensus Develop and Conference Statement.

Source:  by Ron Shane, Ph.D., OMD, Andy Mencia, M.D., OMD, Jeffry Schafer, M.D., FRSM, Kurt Bivens, M.D. at

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