Trigrams System — PDA-495-128
Introduction to the Trigrams model of ‘meridians’ and their functional role in coordination, adaptation, response and defense of the living being. The networks covered include tendinomuscular, metameric and divergent. The main meridians are approached as a trait of their respective dimensions (taiyin, shaoyin, jueyin, shaoyang, yangming and taiyang). From these functions are inferred pathological situations treatment designs. The ‘n -> n+1’ treatment (law 1-2).
Goals and Objectives
1. Understanding of the basic network concepts of the meridians.
2. Understanding of the meridians through results of fundamental research such as modulation of meridian polarities through logical needling and stimulation.
3. Ability to formulate trigram treatments based on the network concepts.