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Kumar
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 6:54 am    Post subject: Re: Energy Blocks? Reply with quote

Mike McWilliams wrote:
Quote:
kumar wrote:
Mike McWilliams wrote:

kumar wrote:

Hello,

Many people talk about "Energy blocks". Many alt. therapies are based
on it. We can think something about variations in blood flow as a
mechanism of "blood flow controls/regulations" which may alter blood
flow, cause cogestions, vasodilations and vasoconstrictions etc. There
are also some other unstabilities as mucus congestion, acid base and
water imbalances etc. These are also related (mostly thought) to
neurological system.

What can be the patho-physiolgy of these so considered as "energy
blocks"?

Can there be some unstabilities in neurological system in signal
movements which can be interpreted as so called "energy blocks"?

Best wishes.


energy blocks sound like a meaningless term to try to classify something
that the people using it dont understand.

I'm sure the pathophysiology of a few are understood, at which point
they cease to be called energy blocks, and get meaningful, descriptive
terms.


Then how these are interpreted? Can cogestion, variations in blood flow
as a measure of "local blo0od flow control" be considered somewhat as
"energy blocks"?

why wouldn't you just use the more descriptive term ie. congestion, or
changes in blood flow? Introducing a general term that can apply to the
respiratory and circulatory systems simultaneously seems like a step
back rather than a step forward.

It's like saying my chi is out of whack because I get the flu. Sure it's
true that my energy is going to be affected... but I prefer getting the
details such as HxNx to get an idea of how serious it could be.

True, but energy blocks were related to neurological system which seems
not be the case unless some neurological reversible blocks have
occured. Is it possible?
Following quote suggest blood flow variations:

"Local regulation of blood flow

Tissues and organs within the body have the ability to regulate to
varying degree their own blood supply. This intrinsic ability to
regulate blood flow is termed "local regulation." The mechanisms
responsible for local regulation include those originating from within
the blood vessel (e.g., myogenic, endothelial factors) and those
originating from the surrounding tissue many of which are related to
tissue metabolism or other biochemical pathways (e.g., arachidonic acid
metabolites, histamine and bradykinin). It is important to note that
these local regulatory mechanisms act independently of competing
extrinsic control mechanisms, and can therefore be demonstrated in
isolated, perfused organs having no neural or hormonal influences.
Ultimately, the balance between local regulatory mechanisms and
extrinsic factors in vivo will determine the vascular tone and
therefore the blood flow within the tissue.
http://www.cvphysiology.com/Blood%20Flow/BF003.htm "

Can these be the expression of energy blocks?
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Mike McWilliams
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 12, 2006 2:31 pm    Post subject: Re: Energy Blocks? Reply with quote

kumar wrote:
Quote:
Mike McWilliams wrote:

kumar wrote:

Hello,

Many people talk about "Energy blocks". Many alt. therapies are based
on it. We can think something about variations in blood flow as a
mechanism of "blood flow controls/regulations" which may alter blood
flow, cause cogestions, vasodilations and vasoconstrictions etc. There
are also some other unstabilities as mucus congestion, acid base and
water imbalances etc. These are also related (mostly thought) to
neurological system.

What can be the patho-physiolgy of these so considered as "energy
blocks"?

Can there be some unstabilities in neurological system in signal
movements which can be interpreted as so called "energy blocks"?

Best wishes.


energy blocks sound like a meaningless term to try to classify something
that the people using it dont understand.

I'm sure the pathophysiology of a few are understood, at which point
they cease to be called energy blocks, and get meaningful, descriptive
terms.


Then how these are interpreted? Can cogestion, variations in blood flow
as a measure of "local blo0od flow control" be considered somewhat as
"energy blocks"?

why wouldn't you just use the more descriptive term ie. congestion, or

changes in blood flow? Introducing a general term that can apply to the
respiratory and circulatory systems simultaneously seems like a step
back rather than a step forward.

It's like saying my chi is out of whack because I get the flu. Sure it's
true that my energy is going to be affected... but I prefer getting the
details such as HxNx to get an idea of how serious it could be.
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Kumar
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Joined: 10 May 2005
Posts: 870

PostPosted: Wed Jul 12, 2006 3:43 am    Post subject: Re: Energy Blocks? Reply with quote

Mike McWilliams wrote:
Quote:
kumar wrote:
Hello,

Many people talk about "Energy blocks". Many alt. therapies are based
on it. We can think something about variations in blood flow as a
mechanism of "blood flow controls/regulations" which may alter blood
flow, cause cogestions, vasodilations and vasoconstrictions etc. There
are also some other unstabilities as mucus congestion, acid base and
water imbalances etc. These are also related (mostly thought) to
neurological system.

What can be the patho-physiolgy of these so considered as "energy
blocks"?

Can there be some unstabilities in neurological system in signal
movements which can be interpreted as so called "energy blocks"?

Best wishes.

energy blocks sound like a meaningless term to try to classify something
that the people using it dont understand.

I'm sure the pathophysiology of a few are understood, at which point
they cease to be called energy blocks, and get meaningful, descriptive
terms.

Then how these are interpreted? Can cogestion, variations in blood flow
as a measure of "local blo0od flow control" be considered somewhat as
"energy blocks"?
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Mike McWilliams
medicine forum beginner


Joined: 13 Jun 2005
Posts: 43

PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2006 2:18 pm    Post subject: Re: Energy Blocks? Reply with quote

kumar wrote:
Quote:
Hello,

Many people talk about "Energy blocks". Many alt. therapies are based
on it. We can think something about variations in blood flow as a
mechanism of "blood flow controls/regulations" which may alter blood
flow, cause cogestions, vasodilations and vasoconstrictions etc. There
are also some other unstabilities as mucus congestion, acid base and
water imbalances etc. These are also related (mostly thought) to
neurological system.

What can be the patho-physiolgy of these so considered as "energy
blocks"?

Can there be some unstabilities in neurological system in signal
movements which can be interpreted as so called "energy blocks"?

Best wishes.

energy blocks sound like a meaningless term to try to classify something

that the people using it dont understand.

I'm sure the pathophysiology of a few are understood, at which point
they cease to be called energy blocks, and get meaningful, descriptive
terms.
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Kumar
medicine forum Guru


Joined: 10 May 2005
Posts: 870

PostPosted: Sun Jul 09, 2006 9:07 am    Post subject: Energy Blocks? Reply with quote

Hello,

Many people talk about "Energy blocks". Many alt. therapies are based
on it. We can think something about variations in blood flow as a
mechanism of "blood flow controls/regulations" which may alter blood
flow, cause cogestions, vasodilations and vasoconstrictions etc. There
are also some other unstabilities as mucus congestion, acid base and
water imbalances etc. These are also related (mostly thought) to
neurological system.

What can be the patho-physiolgy of these so considered as "energy
blocks"?

Can there be some unstabilities in neurological system in signal
movements which can be interpreted as so called "energy blocks"?

Best wishes.
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