Deficient/excessive patterns found in meridian functioning in cases of liver disease

Author: Motoyama Hiroshi
California Institute for Human Sciences, 701 Garden View, Encinitas, CA 92024
Conference/Journal: Subtle Energies & Energy Medicine
Date published: 2000
Other: Volume ID: 11 , Issue ID: 2 , Pages: 167-188 , Word Count: 160

The aim of this study is to investigate whether characteristic patterns of deficiency or excess of Ki energy exist in the Before Polarization (BP) values of the respective meridians measured with the AMI (Apparatus for measuring the Meridian functioning and their corresponding Internal organs) in cases of liver disease.

The examinations of deficiency/excessive patterns of each meridian clearly indicated the correlation with each case of liver disease, and seem to be clinically applicable. Two values, raw value and standardized value, are calculated for the BP values at each 'well' point. The raw values seem to be more relevant for clinical diagnosis than the standardized value examinations. However, in serious cases of liver disease (liver failure and cancer), the frequency for deficiency is highest in the liver meridian according to the standardized value examination. Therefore, it
Is desirable to make diagnoses based on the excessive/deficient patterns of raw values in each case of liver disease, referring to standardized values.