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Thieme, 2008 - Medical - 176 pages
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The Continuation of Paul Nogiers FindingsAuriculotherapy is based on proven correspondences between locations on the external ear and the internal organs and systems of the body. The ear acts like an input/output terminal in direct contact with the central nervous system. Information on viscerosomatic states can be accessed via visual clues, skin electro-conductivity, and pressure sensitivity at specific points. The first part of Raphael Nogiers Auriculotherapy shows how acupuncture needles, magnets, infra-red laser, and electrical frequencies are used in sophisticated and powerful therapeutic interventions that can be highly effective at restoring the homeostatic balance necessary for physical health and mental-emotional well-being. The second part introduces the principles and practice of Auriculomedicine, a true frequency medicine that evolved from Dr. Nogiers auriculotherapy, his discovery of the VAS (Vascular Autonomic Signal) in the pulse and his consequent observations of the diagnostic and therapeutic properties of radiant light frequencies on the skin.The material presented here builds on and updates the work of the authors father, Dr Paul Nogier, who scientifically explored and charted the auricular microsystems in the 1950s. The latter is widely credited with re-introducing the practical application of auricular acupuncture to China in the 1960s where the technique had fallen into disuse. The auricular location charts currently in use in China and the west are largely based on his findings.A serviceable, contemporary work for students of acupuncture as well as practitioners, offering clear and practical information to be applied directly for the benefit of patients.

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Prsident de lEcole Internationale Paul Nogier, Lyon, France

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