The endocrine glands – energy inter-relationships and therapy options

Dr. med. Sabine Rauch, Specialist in General Medicine, Simlangsdalen, Sweden

The endocrine glands are increasingly coming to the attention of modern medicine. For many years, however, their significance tended to be overlooked. The pineal gland, for example, is only now being studied more closely after several decades and its function is still to a certain extent unknown. In ancient Greece, in Rome and in the ancient Indian cultures, however, the endocrine glands played a far greater role.

In ancient Indian medicine, in particular, the endocrine glands are associated with chakras and are extremely important as energy centres and regulating organs.

Therefore my lecture this time relates predominantly to the energetic connections between the individual glands and the chakras, their effect on the whole body from a physical and also emotional and mental perspective and the possible options for therapy with BICOM® bioresonance therapy.

Each of the seven chakras is linked with an endocrine gland and transports energy to the particular part of the body in which it is located. Sickness or health, wellbeing or disharmony consequently depend largely on the development or functioning of the chakras as they allow the necessary vital energy (prana) to flow into the particular area of the body and regulate the entire glandular system. Therapy with the BICOM® method mainly involves the opportunity to treat energetic blocks in the chakras, and therefore in the endocrine glands, thereby restoring free energy flow within the body. According to ancient theories, development of the individual chakras is dependent on the individual’s personal development and cannot therefore be influenced with the BICOM® method. However, the flow of energy along the energy pathways (nadis) between the chakras can be helped by removing blocks.

Suprarenal gland – 1st chakra:
root chakra / centre at the base of the spine

Function: The adrenal glands are composed anatomically of the cortex and medulla and are capable of producing over 40 different hormones. The most important of those in the adrenal cortex is the stress hormone cortisol, the levels of which fluctuate throughout the day. The main function of cortisol is to provide energy for the body in the form of sugar. In addition cortisol stimulates sugar production from the body’s own stores (gluconeogenesis), the breakdown of the body’s own sugar reserves (glycolysis) and the breakdown of fat to produce energy (lipolysis). Cortisol also has the effect of subduing the immune system and inhibiting inflammation as well as increasing the action of other stress hormones (e.g. adrenalin). The amount of cortisol released is regulated by the pituitary gland. The pituitary gland produces the hormone ACTH (adrenocorticotropic hormone) which stimulates the adrenal glands to release hormones. The adrenal cortex also produces hormones to regulate the mineral and water balance (aldosterone) and sex hormones (androgens, oestrogens, progestogens) and controls the temperature balance and blood circulation.

The adrenal medulla consists largely of nerve cells. Unlike other nerve cells, the transmitters produced here are released into the blood as hormones. These hormones (adrenalin, noradrenalin) produced in the adrenal medulla are released in stressful situations, provide energy and activate a number of organ systems (increasing heart rate, breathing rate and blood pressure, tensing skeletal muscles). The adrenal hormones are regulated by the hypothalamicpituitaryadrenal axis.

Significance in energy medicine
Central themes: will to live, survival (“fight or flight”), selfpreservation instinct, connection to the earth, basic trust, instinct, assertiveness, safety and security, stability, confidence, selfassertion, endurance, source of vitality

Element: earth (Ayurveda), water (TCM)

Meridian association (TCM): kidneys;
Ren Mai, YIN Qiao Mai, Du Mai, YANG Qiao Mai (extraordinary meridians)

Sensory function: smell

Relation to teeth: 1.1, 1.2, 2.1., 2.2, 3.1, 3.2, 3.8, 4.1, 4.2, 4.8

Physical aspects: physical stability, stress management, excretions, pelvic floor, spine, skeletal system, bones, sciatic nerve, teeth, nails, anus, rectum, large intestine, legs, feet, lower body, blood structure and cell structure

Harmony pattern: will to live, healthy selfassurance and basic trust, material satisfaction, coping with mission in life, good sense of own needs, feeling of safety and security, deep attachment to the earth and nature

Disharmony pattern

Emotional: lack of confidence in oneself and others, lack of vitality, human warmth and energy, exhaustion, stress symptoms, restlessness, continuous desire to satisfy own needs and for material possessions, greedy, selfish, aggressive, lost “grip on reality”, anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts

Physical: sciatic problems, problems with lumbar spine/sacroiliac joint and coccyx, osteoporosis, bone disease, diseases of the kidneys and bladder, prostate complaints, anaemia, pain in the legs and feet, disorders of the large intestine and rectum, haemorrhoids, varicose veins, fluctuating blood pressure, hypertension, overstrained immune system

Options for therapy

New therapy programs

Blocked adrenal glands / 1st chakra

Di, low deep frequency, 5.2 Hz, wobble = yes, amplification sweep symmetrical, Di = 11.0, sweep rate = 28 sec, therapy time = 7 min
Input cup: blood
Input: ball applicators in both hands
Output: modulation mat, magnetic depth probe or PowerApplikator on chakra/gland

Suggestions for channel 2 (after testing!)

Substance complexes (endocrine system:adrenal fatigue, adrenal autoimmune;goodies: energetic fitmaker; neurology:stress, etc.)
Phytotherapy (valerian, lime blossom,elder)

Colour (red)
Fragrances (cedar, rosemary, cypress,cloves)

Stones (ruby, agate, haematite, garnet)Bach flower remedies/Chakra test set: Bach flower remedies (after testing), root chakra ampoule “Adrenal glands” ampoule and corresponding hormone ampoules from the “hormone test set”, “water” and “kidney”ampoule from the “5 element test set”

Additional therapy programs

Chakra programs: normal frequency range (see Program Manual), new programs from S. Maquinay and Dr J. Hennecke, meridian programs in the normal and low deep frequency range, treatment through extraordinary meridians (see above), strengthening of the associated element (5 element test set), new adrenal gland programs from the “Thyroid – Adrenal glands – Autoimmune disease” seminar, shock and stress reduction programs (e.g. 3093.0, 3094.0, 3095.0, 432.2, 3027.0, 960.4, 900.1 etc.)

Gonads – 2nd chakra:
sacral chakra / sacral centre

Function: The hormones in the gonads, the sex hormones, affect sexual and physical development, the entire metabolic process and an individual’s mental state. Production of sex hormones starts to increase during puberty, causing the sexual organs to mature and secondary sexual characteristics (e.g. pubic hair). Everyone’s body contains sex hormones of the opposite sex.

The gonads (ovaries, testicles) have both exocrine and endocrine functions. The exocrine function handles the provision of gametes (egg cells in women, sperm cells in men). The endocrine function handles the provision of sex hormones (oestrogens, progesterone, testosterone).

The ovary primarily produces follicular hormones (oestrogens). Amongst other things, these promote the growth of the uterine lining (endometrium) during the menstrual cycle. Oestrogens play a part in the development of female sexual characteristics. However, they are also involved in other metabolic processes, e.g. they promote bone formation. In the second half of the cycle another hormone group, the gestagens, are formed in the yellow body (corpus luteum) of the ovary. Their chief representative, progesterone, primarily prepares the mucous membrane for implantation of a fertilised egg. Hormonal regulation of the woman’s menstrual cycle also undergoes finely balanced interaction between pituitary gland hormones and sex hormones according to the feedback principle.

The male gonads, the testicles, produce the most important male sex hormone, testosterone. This hormone is responsible for the testicular tissue maturing and for the continuous production of sperm. It controls expression of the man’s secondary sexual characteristics and, when in large concentrations, terminates physical growth during puberty.

Significance in energy medicine
Central themes: reproduction, preservation of the species, sexuality, creative reproduction (creativity, new creation, “what one brings into being”), decisionmaking powers, securing one’s livelihood, retaining and letting go

Element: water (Ayurveda), water (TCM)

Meridian association: bladder, kidneys, triple warmer (TCM), Ren Mai, Yin Qiao Mai, Du Mai, Yang Qiao Mai, Chong Mai, YIN Wei Mai, Dai Mai, YANG Wei Mai, (extraordinary meridians)

Sensory function: taste

Relation to teeth: 1.1, 2.1, 3.3, 3.4, 4.3, 4.4

Physical aspects: reproductive organs (uterus, ovaries, prostate, testicles, etc.), bladder, kidneys, pelvis, blood, lymph, sperm, detoxification via urinary tract, excretion of liquid constituents, potency, fertility, regulation of menstrual cycle, of sexual development, of the menopause, of reproduction, pregnancy

Harmony pattern: promotes passion and eroticism, inventiveness, creativity, decisionmaking powers, retaining and letting go

Disharmony pattern

Emotional: tension and uncertainty when dealing with others, need to satisfy own interests (especially sexual), strong impulses, compulsive sexual behaviour, problems of selfworth, sexual frigidity, abnormal libido, internal torpor, lack of motivation; inability to enjoy life, inability to let go

Physical: impaired excretion by kidneys and bladder, limited detoxification activity, renal and bladder disorders, eczema and skin irritation, erectile dysfunction, abnormal oestrous cycle, diseases of the uterus and ovaries, prostate and testicular diseases, thrombosis, lymphostasis

Options for therapy

New therapy programs
Blocked gonads / 2nd chakra

Di, low deep frequency, 4.4 Hz, wobble = yes, amplification sweep symmetrical, Di = 20.0, sweep rate = 54 sec, therapy time = 7 min
Input cup: blood
Input: ball applicators in both hands
Output: modulation mat, magnetic depth probe or PowerApplikator on chakra/gland

Suggestions for channel 2 (after testing!)

Substance complexes (endocrine system and/or gynaecology: hormone deficiency ovary, oestrogen deficiency, progesterone deficiency, testosterone deficiency, ovary/testicles autoimmune, irregular periods,infertility, intracyclic menstrual bleeding)Phytotherapy (stinging nettle, yarrow, parsley)Colour (orange)Fragrances (bitter orange, pepper,sandalwood, ylang, myrrh, vanilla)

Stones (moonstone, jacinth, yellow topaz,aventurine, coral, fire opal)
Bach flower remedies/Chakra test set:Bach flower remedies (after testing), sacral chakra ampoule

“Female sexual organs” and “male sexual organs” ampoule and corresponding hormone ampoules from the “hormone test set”, “water” and “kidney”, “bladder”,“female genitals”, “male genitals”, “triple warmer”, “female hormones”, “male hormones” ampoule from the “5 element test set”.

Additional therapy programs

Chakra programs: normal frequency range (see Program Manual), new programs from S. Maquinay and Dr J. Hennecke, meridian programs in the normal and low deep frequency range, treatment through extraordinary meridians, strengthening of the associated element (5 elements), hormone balance programs from the “Thyroid – Adrenal glands – Autoimmune disease” seminar, hormone programs (e.g. 3049.0, 3048.0, 3050.0, 934.1, 3030.0, 980.2, 981.1 etc.)

Pancreas – 3rd chakra:
solar plexus chakra/solar plexus centre

Function: The pancreas has both exocrine and endocrine functions. The exocrine pancreas is a purely albuminous gland. It represents man’s most important digestive gland and secretes numerous digestive enzymes and proenzymes. The secretion contains:

enzymes for proteolysis (proteases: trypsinogen, chymotrypsinogen, elastase)

enzymes for carbohydrate cleaving (alphaamylase, ribonucleases)

enzymes for lipolysis (pancreatic lipase)

The endocrine part of the gland releases hormones directly into the blood: insulin, glucagon, somatostatin, pancreatic polypeptide, ghrelin.

Significance in energy medicine

Central themes: Absorbing and releasing energy (receiving, digesting and releasing), emotions (wishes, desires, cravings), integrating feelings and experience of life, personal development, selfcontrol, selfassertion, identity and individuality (sense of self), confidence. Vital energy (prana) enters in the solar plexus chakra (in the spleen) and is transmitted.

Element: fire (Ayurveda), earth, fire, wood (TCM)

Meridian association: spleen/pancreas stomach, liver, gallbladder, small intestine, triple warmer (TCM), Chong Mai, YIN Wei Mai, Dai Mai, YANG Wei Mai, (extraordinary meridians)

Sensory function: sight

Relation to teeth:
1.6, 1.7 (pancreas), 2.6, 2.7 (spleen)
3.4, 3.5 (spleen), 4.4, 4.5 (pancreas)

Physical aspects: digestive organs and functions, spleen, pancreas, stomach, small intestine, gallbladder, liver, abdominal cavity, lower back, autonomic nervous system (lymph)

Harmony pattern: balanced emotions, can let go, balanced personality: knows what they want, persistence, stability, drive, trust in “gut feeling”, highly developed sympathy and sensitivity, sound and deep sleep, smooth metabolism

Disharmony pattern

Emotional: egoism, selfishness, extreme ambition, envy, obsession with power, craving for possessions, seeks validation in external appearances, outbursts of suppressed rage, irritability as a result of suppressed feelings of inferiority, exaggerated focus on performance, thoughtlessness, destructive frenzy, selfpity, disorientation, life is full of obstacles, lack of feeling, indifference, uncertainty, lacking in selfconfidence, difficulty letting go and relaxing, addictive behaviour

Physical: cramp, tension, stagnation, eating disorders, gastric and duodenal diseases, liver and gallbladder diseases, dysfunction of the salivary glands, pancreatic disease

(e.g. diabetes mellitus), metabolic disorders, spleen disorders, lymphostasis

Options for therapy

New therapy programs
Blocked pancreas – 3rd chakra

H+Di, low deep frequency, bandpass sweep 240 sec, amplification sweep symmetrical, Di = 2.0, sweep rate = 25 sec, therapy time = 12 min
Input cup: blood
Input: ball applicators in both hands
Output: modulation mat, magnetic depth probe or PowerApplikator on chakra/ gland

Suggestions for channel 2 (after testing!)

Substance complexes (endocrine system: diabetes; metabolism: acidaemia; stomachintestinespancreas: pancreas autoimmune, pancreas weak secretion, etc.)Phytotherapy (fennel, camomile, juniper) Colour (yellow)Fragrances (lavender, rosemary, camomile,lemon, aniseed)Stones (tiger’s eye, amber, citrine,chrysoberyl, yellow jasper)Bach flower remedies/Chakra test set: Bach flower remedies (after testing), solar plexus chakra ampoule

“Pancreas” ampoule and corresponding hormone ampoules from the “hormone test set”, “Earth” (fire, wood) and “pancreas”,“metabolism”, “spleen” (possibly stomach,liver, gallbladder, small intestine, triple warmer, organ degeneration) ampoules from the “5 element test set”

Additional therapy programs
Chakra programs: normal frequency range (see Program Manual), new programs from S. Maquinay and Dr J. Hennecke, meridian programs in the normal and low deep frequency range, treatment through extraordinary meridians, strengthening of the associated element, metabolic programs (e.g. 3109.0, 3106.0, 3107.0, 3038.0, 3036.0, 530.4, 812.1, 260.2, 261.3 etc.)

Thymus – 4th chakra:
heart chakra / heart centre

Function: In ancient times physicians and philosophers believed the organ to be the seat of a virtue: of courage (from the Greek “thymos”). Only in young people (the bravest age group, according to the Greeks) is the thymus gland found in the chest. It subsequently becomes atrophied. The organ weighs around twelve grams in newborn babies but has increased to about 40 grams by puberty. In adults it shrinks to just under six grams in weight.

The thymus gland is the most important organ for maintaining our immune system (defence system). It is the organ which controls the entire immune system. The thymus serves to mature and distinguish between the Tlymphocytes. During the foetal stage, lymphocytes migrate from the bone marrow into the thymus where they receive their immunological character. These mature Tlymphocytes migrate via the blood into the secondary lymphatic organs where they remain in the T cell regions fulfilling an immune defence role. As they mature the bloodthymus barrier prevents contact with the body’s own antigens.

Significance in energy medicine

Central themes: selfless love, forgiveness, centre of healing, harmony and balance, sense of responsibility, sympathy, goodness, humanity, altruism, solidarity, devotion, selflessness, openness, tolerance, kindheartedness, security, empathy

Element: air (Ayurveda), fire, metal (TCM)

Meridian association: heart, cardiovascular system (pericardium), lungs (TCM), Chong Mai, YIN Wei Mai, Ren Mai, Yin Qiao Mai (extraordinary meridians)

Sensory function: touch
Relation to teeth: 1.5, 2.5
Physical aspects: regulates the immune system, heart, chest and thoracic cavity, thoracic spine, shoulders, arms, hands, lower lung area, blood and blood circulation system, skin

Harmony pattern: warmth, sociability, sense of responsibility, appreciation and acceptance of oneself and of others, tolerance, acceptance, healthy selflove, sympathy, selflessness

Disharmony pattern

Emotional: excessive altruism, complete selfsacrifice (helper syndrome), unkindness, intolerance, little ability to empathise, narrowmindedness, heartlessness

Physical: heart trouble, respiratory tract diseases, cardiovascular disorders, tension and pain in shoulders and back of neck, rheumatic disorders, lowered resistance, allergies, skin diseases

Options for therapy

New therapy programs
Blocked thymus / 4th chakra

Di, low deep frequency, 3.6 Hz, wobble = yes, amplification sweep falling, Di = 20.0, sweep rate = 15 sec, therapy time = 8 min Input cup: blood Input: ball applicators in both hands Output: modulation mat, magnetic depth probe or PowerApplikator on chakra/gland

Suggestions for channel 2 (after testing!)

Substance complexes (goodies: increase powers of resistance; bone marrow/blood:immunodeficiency, leukopenia etc.)Phytotherapy (melissa, hawthorn, thyme)Colour (green)Fragrances (attar of roses, jasmine,tarragon)

Stones (rose quartz, emerald, jade,chrysoprase)Bach flower remedies/Chakra test set: Bach flower remedies (after testing), heart chakra ampoule

“Thymus” ampoule and from the “hormone test set”, “fire” and “metal”, “heart”,“cardiovascular system”, “lungs” (possibly skin) ampoules from the “5 element test set”

Additional therapy programs

Chakra programs: normal frequency range (see Program Manual), new programs from

S. Maquinay and Dr J. Hennecke, meridian programs in the normal and low deep frequency range, treatment through extraordinary meridians, strengthening of the associated element, immune strengthening and thymus programs(e.g. 3108.0, 428, 570 etc.)

Thyroid gland – 5th chakra:
throat chakra / larynx centre

Function: The main function of the thyroid gland is to store iodine and produce the iodinebearing thyroid hormones triiodothyronine and thyroxin as well as the peptide hormone calcitonin. The iodinebearing thyroid hormones are produced by the follicular epithelial cells of the thyroid (thyrocytes) and play an important role in energy metabolism and the growth of individual cells and of the whole organism. The thyroid hormones have important functions in the body. They raise basal metabolism, whereby cardiac activity, body temperature and oxygen consumption in the tissues increase. They increase sensitivity to the stress hormone adrenalin and support the buildup of protein in the muscles. They also promote growth and maturity of the central nervous system, which is particularly important in pregnancy and childhood. Calcitonin is produced by the parafollicular or Ccells of the thyroid gland. It inhibits bone destruction by incorporating calcium and phosphate in the bones and by inhibiting osteoclasts which, when in an activated state, cause a reduction in bone substance.

Significance in energy medicine

Central themes: communication, self expression (expressing feelings and
thoughts), centre of creative activity,creativity, expression, inspiration,independence, selfdetermination, speech,integrity, “bridge between emotional and intellectual intelligence”

Element: ether (Ayurveda), metal (TCM)

Meridian association: lungs (TCM), Chong Mai, YIN Wei Mai, Ren Mai,Yin Qiao Mai (extraordinary meridians)

Sensory function: hearing

Relation to teeth: 1.6, 2.6 (thyroid gland), 1.7, 2.7 (parathyroid gland)

Physical aspects: throat region, tooth and jaw region, pharynx, tonsils, oesophagus, larynx, vocal cords, windpipe, upper lung area, bronchi, back of neck, cervical spine, shoulders, voice, breathing, (hormone cycle and metabolism)

Harmony pattern: basis of development of our intellect; helps to find the right word and to listen, openness, creativity, intellectual exchange, accept and express one’s own strengths and weaknesses, striving for truth and wisdom, inspiration

Disharmony pattern

Emotional: overemphasis of intellect, arrogance, narrowmindedness, thirst for glory and power, impaired communication, not have one’s own opinion, lack of expressiveness, conspicuous shyness, introversion, loss of sense of reality, stuttering

Physical: inflammation of the pharynx, colds, sore throat, problems in shoulders and back of neck, problems with oval cavity and teeth, hoarseness, tonsillitis, malfunction of the thyroid or parathyroid glands, lung or bronchial disease

Options for therapy

New therapy programs
Blocked thyroid gland – 5th chakra

Di, low deep frequency, 2.5 Hz, wobble = yes, amplification sweep symmetrical, Di = 11.0, sweep rate = 28 sec, therapy time = 7 min
Input cup: blood
Input: ball applicators in both hands
Output: modulation mat, magnetic depth probe or PowerApplikator on chakra/gland

Suggestions for channel 2 (after testing!)

Substance complexes (endocrinology:hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, unstable thyroid disease, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis,TCM struma), phytotherapy (peppermint,sage, coltsfoot)Colour (light blue)Fragrances (sage, eucalyptus, camphor,peppermint)Stones (aquamarine, turquoise, topaz,lapis lazuli)Bach flower remedies/Chakra test set:Bach flower remedies (after testing),throat chakra ampoule, “Thyroid gland”ampoule and corresponding hormone ampoules from the “hormone test set”,“Metal”, “lungs” ampoule (“teeth”,“connective tissue”) from the “5 element test set“

Additional therapy programs

Chakra programs: normal frequency range (see Program Manual), new programs from S. Maquinay and Dr J. Hennecke, meridian programs in the normal and low deep frequency range, treatment through extraordinary meridians, strengthening of the associated element, thyroid programs from the “Thyroid – Adrenal glands – Autoimmune disease” seminar, thyroid programs (e.g. 548.0, 549.1, 3087.0, 3088.0 etc.)

Pituitary gland – 6th chakra:
forehead / brow chakra / ajna centre

Function: The pituitary gland is an organ the size of a cherry stone, located on the underside of the brain approximately level with the root of the nose in a depression in the bone known anatomically as the Turk’s saddle (from the Latin sella turcica). It is extremely important for metabolism. Disorders of the pituitary gland can lead to disruption of the hormone balance and to serious symptoms.

The pituitary gland consists of the anterior pituitary lobe (APL) and the posterior pituitary lobe (PPL), which are linked to the brain via the pituitary stalk. Both parts are totally different as regards their structure and their function. This is attributable to the way the organ has developed. The anterior pituitary lobe can be considered an independent gland which has merely “attached” itself to the brain. It is therefore also known as the adenohypophysis (from the Greek “aden” for gland). Important hormones are produced in the anterior pituitary lobe and released into the blood stream. These are:

GH (growth hormone): amongst other functions, promotes growth in height before puberty and growth of the organs

ACTH (adrenocorticotropic hormone): stimulates the adrenal cortex (from the Latin: ad = toward, ren = kidney) to release cortisol

FSH (folliclestimulating hormone): stimulates maturing of the egg cells in women and development of sperm in men

LH (luteinising hormone): together with FSH plays an important role in regulating the female cycle

Prolactin: stimulates growth of the mammary glands and promotes production of breast milk

TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone): stimulates thyroid gland function

The posterior pituitary lobe (PPL) is part of the brain and is also known as the neurohypophysis (from the Greek: neuron = nerve, nervous system). It is part of the overall control centre for hormone balance, the hypothalamus. The hypothalamus is a region of the brain in which a large number of hormones are produced. These control vital functions such as breathing and circulation, food intake, body temperature, etc. Hormones from the hypothalamus are stored in the posterior pituitary lobe and released as needed. It does not produce its own hormones. The most important hormones released by the posterior pituitary lobe include:

  • Oxytocin: triggers contractions at the end of pregnancy, stimulates the onset of milk secretion
  • ADH (antidiuretic hormone): regulates the body’s fluid levels through kidney function

The hypothalamus and pituitary gland make up one functional unit. Both produce releasing hormones which cause the release of other hormones in other glands and organs. Complex control circuits (feedback mechanisms) exist to maintain the hormone balance.

Significance in energy medicine

Central themes: controls all the processes of perception and is
responsible for processing all information and sensations. Intuition
, conscious perception, inner awareness, integrated personality, active intelligence, idealism, inner wisdom, selfknowledge, imagination, visualisation, good memory and concentration, demonstration through power of thought. “Seat of the pure soul”.

Element: spirit, pure light (Ayurveda), Shen (TCM)

Meridian association: Du Mai, Yang Qiao Mai (extraordinary meridians) (?)

Sensory function: all senses, extrasensory perception

Relation to teeth: 1.3, 1.4, 1.8, 2.3, 2.4,2.8

Physical aspects: brain (cerebellum, diencephalon), nervous system, hormonal system, eyes, face, auditory canal, middle and inner ear, nose, paranasal sinuses

Harmony pattern: selfknowledge, attentiveness and perception, acuteness of mind, well developed mental faculties and imagination, strong belief, achievement of wishes and goals, “being in the here and now”, intuition, mindfulness

Disharmony pattern

Emotional: selfishness, selfaggrandisement, thirst for power, mental absentmindedness and confusion, delusions, loss of sense of reality, disorientation, feeling of futility, feeling of overload, helplessness, indecision; incapable of making decisions, impaired cognition

Physical: impaired balance, migraine, headaches, dizziness, facial nerve paresis, trigeminal neuralgia, diseases of the nervous system and of the brain, mental illnesses, problems concentrating and learning difficulties, hormone imbalance, otitis, tinnitus, impaired hearing and other ear disorders, eye conditions and visual impairments, disorders of the nose and paranasal sinuses

Options for therapy

New therapy programs
Blocked pituitary gland – 6th chakra

Di, low deep frequency, bandpass sweep, sweep rate 240 sec, amplification sweep symmetrical, Di = 20.0, sweep rate 42 sec, therapy time = 11 min Input cup: blood
Input: ball applicators in both hands
Output: modulation mat, magnetic depth probe or PowerApplikator on chakra/gland

Suggestions for channel 2 (after testing!)

Phytotherapy (St John’s wort, spruce,eyebright)Colour (violet, dark blue)Fragrances (mint, jasmine, violets, lemon grass)Stones (lapis lazuli, blue sapphire, blue tourmaline, opal, sodalite)Bach flower remedies/Chakra test set: Bach flower remedies (after testing), forehead chakra ampoule

“Pituitary gland” and “hypothalamus”ampoule and corresponding hormone ampoules from the “hormone test set”

Additional therapy programs

Chakra programs: normal frequency range (see Program Manual), new programs from

S. Maquinay and Dr J. Hennecke, treatment through extraordinary meridians, strengthening of the associated element, pituitary gland programs from the “Thyroid

– Adrenal glands – Autoimmune disease” seminar, pituitary gland programs: 916.1, 907 etc.

Epiphysis – 7th chakra:
crown chakra / head centre

Function: The pineal gland is also known as the pineal body or epiphysis. It is located above the midbrain and is regarded by many as falling within the epithalamus, part of the diencephalon. Others consider that the pineal gland represents an independent structure. The epiphysis was already well known in ancient Greece, in Rome and in the ancient Indian cultures.
Its function remained a total mystery until the 20th century, however, and is still not yet fully understood. The French philosopher Rene Descartes regarded it as the seat of the soul.

The precise duties and functions of the pineal gland have not yet been fully explained. It is believed that circadian rhythm and associated bodily functions are regulated by the epiphysis amongst other factors. So it is the body’s biological clock which determines biorhythm. The epiphysis reacts to lightdark stimuli by releasing melatonin. The starting material for melatonin synthesis is the amino acid tryptophan, from which serotonin is produced in the pinealocytes. This, in turn, is converted to melatonin. Light influences melatonin synthesis by regulating noradrenalin release in the pineal gland through the superior cervical ganglion and consequently inhibits melatonin synthesis. Melatonin also influences secretion of FSH (folliclestimulating hormone) and LH (luteinising hormone) amongst other things. However, melatonin is not only hugely important for ensuring peaceful sleep. It also has extremely strong antioxidant potential, effectively reducing damage to cells. Mast cells which produce histamine also occur in the pineal gland.

Scientists believe that the pineal gland can produce a substance called dimethyltryptamine (DMT). Hallucinogenic plants such as Psychotria viridis (chacruna) owe their intoxicating effect to this substance. DMT allows our brain to create new thought structures and sensations. It leads to a pronounced change in visual experience.

Significance in energy medicine

Central themes: unity consciousness,universal consciousness, enlightenment, spirituality, body rhythms and biorhythms, allencompassing knowledge, self realisation, integration, attachment to the universe
Element: pure energy, cosmos
Sensory function: pure being, cosmic consciousness
Relation to teeth: 1.1, 1.2, 2.1, 2.2

Physical aspects: cerebrum, hormonal balance, sleep pattern and biorhythm, regulates immune and nervous system, eyes, skin

Harmony pattern: participation in deeply spiritual experiences; certainty of being part of a large whole, deep composure, spirituality and belief, allencompassing knowledge, universal consciousness and attachment, deep peace, bliss

Disharmony pattern

Emotional: lack of interest in one’s environment, mental confusion, aloofness, withdrawal from one’s environment, loss of sense of reality, restlessness, inner emptiness; difficulty making decisions, feeling of loneliness/separation

Physical: chronic and systemic diseases, disorders of the nervous system, signs of paralysis, mental illness, depression, difficulty getting to sleep and sleeping through, weakened immune system, disturbed biorhythms, autoimmune disorders

Options for therapy

New therapy programs
Blocked epiphysis – 7th chakra

Di, low deep frequency, 1.5 Hz, wobble = yes, amplification sweep symmetrical, Di = 36.0, sweep rate = 25 sec, therapy time = 12 min
Input cup: blood
Input: ball applicators in both hands
Output: modulation mat, magnetic depth probe or PowerApplikator on chakra/gland

Suggestions for channel 2 (after testing!)

Colour (white, gold)Fragrances (incense, rosewood, lotus,olibanum)Stones (diamond, rock crystal, amethyst)Bach flower remedies/Chakra test set:Bach flower remedies (after testing),crown chakra ampoule

“Epiphysis” ampoule and corresponding hormone ampoules (“melatonin”, “serotonin”, “dimethyltryptamine”) from the “hormone test set”

Additional therapy programs

Chakra programs: normal frequency range (see Program Manual), new programs from S. Maquinay and Dr J. Hennecke.

The chakras run upwards through the body, being more developed at higher levels. There are also connections between individual chakras (e.g. between the 1st and 7th chakra, the 2nd and 6th and 3rd and 4th chakra). The chakras/glands are checked for blocks using kinesiology or with the tensor. If a chakra tests as a block, the corresponding program for the endocrine gland/chakra is tested for resonance with the BICOM® device. We often encounter blocks here, especially around the lowest three chakras.

Alternatively, you can also look for blocks in the chakras / endocrine glands based on the patient’s symptoms. If there is an insufficiency in a particular part of an endocrine gland, the subjacent chakra or corresponding associated (see above) chakra is often blocked.

For example: In the case of hypothyroidism, in other words a disorder of the thyroid gland (5th chakra), there is often a block around the heart chakra (thymus) or sacral chakra (gonads). It is always important, however, to test the corresponding chakras as well to find exactly where the block is located and target treatment accordingly.


Literature

Wu, Li, Prof. TCM:
Praxishandbuch Energiemedizin [Energy medicine: a practical manual],
GU 2015, ISBN 9783833843228
Govinda, Kalashtra: Chakras, Irisana 2015, ISBN 9783424151916

Scholz, Gunda: Das Erwachen der Seele [Awakening the soul], 2007, ISBN 9783833487712

Rauch, Sabine: Seminar manuscript:

“Nebenniere – Schilddrüse – Autoimmunerkrankungen”
[Thyroid – Adrenal glands – Autoimmune disease], Regumed 2015

Rauch, Sabine: HashimotoThyreoiditis [Hashimoto’s thyroiditis], BICOM® Congress 2015, RTI volume 39

Rauch, Sabine: Seminar manuscript:

Chronische Krankheiten erfolgreich behandeln mit den WunderMeridianen [Treating chronic disease effectively with the extraordinary meridians], Regumed 2013

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