The essential characteristic of reflexology is that they show us how
the regulation of energy is arranged in our bodies. We can perceive in
which way our inner processes fell out of their optimal regulation and
we can normalize the these functions.
So we can use reflexology, our maps of health on the body surface in
three ways, which are equally side by side:
- Reflexology diagnosis allows us to detect problems at an
early stage and to develop treatment strategies.
- Reflexology therapy enables specific treatments of organs
and body structures via areas of the skin.
- All known civilizations used treatments on the skin for
therapy and for cosmetic purposes which also served the well-being. In
our times we can use in particular reflexology of the face, the hands
and the feet for these applications.
If a reflexology zone is disturbed, the corresponding organ will be
impaired in various ways. Three main ranges are then most possibly
- Metabolic disorders
- Disturbances of the autonomic and neural supply
- Disorders associated with the "idea" of an organ
All of these areas is a principle superior: The regulation of organ
Long before an organ gets ill and an disorder can be clinically
detected, it suffers in its regulation. In most organs it requires a
reduction of one third of the function before we perceive at all a
symptom and organ failure can be proved in the laboratory.
About halfway to a functional impairment, we can largely lead a
"normal" life with restrictions and only if two-thirds of an organ are
affected it will threatening our lives. This ability of compensation we
owe our survival. On the other hand, we register thereby very late,
when something goes wrong in the body. Here, reflexology offers new
As finely tuned display system it reveals to us the quality of
regulation in the organism and allows us early - even before we feel
something - to optimize the body regulation. In this sense, reflexology
treatments are an excellent regulation training for the body and the
connection to the mind.
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