International Journal of Preventive Medicine Research
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International Journal of Preventive Medicine Research, Vol.1, No.2, Jun. 2015, Pub. Date: May 23, 2015
Exploring Preventive Power of Ten-Mailuns Actuation in Chan Ding
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[01] Pei-Chen Lo, Department of Electrical Engineering, Institute of Electrical and Control Engineering, National Chiao-Tung University, Hsinchu Taiwan, ROC.
[02] Ming-Liang Huang, Shakyamuni Buddhist Foundation, Taipei Special Education Care, Support Association, Taipei Taiwan, ROC.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) emphasizes more the prevention treatment through Yin-Yang energy balance. Chan practitioners discover the exclusive mailun-driving meridians and heart-brain intervention scheme for achieving Yin-Yang unification in Taoism belief, WuJi state. Wu Ji is the ultimate state that transcends the Yin-Yang balance (Tai-Ji) principle in TCM. This paper for the first time reveals the intrinsic mechanism of heart-to-heart imprint sealing (HHIS) Chan Ding that activates ten-mailuns system to reform the brain and revitalize the physical body. Differing from meditations with brain and mind involved, orthodox Chan-lineage practice aims to liberate true heart inside the organ heart by alternating the dominant role between brain and heart. Through triple-mailuns harmony that effectively universalizes all brain neurons, our brain and mind can be cleansed and reformed into a detached brain manifested in Diamond Sutra. Wu Ji heart for Shen cultivation is accomplished when Yin-Yang energy unifies inside the heart. More than merely brain-neuroplasticity, Chan Ding completely changes the normal brain traits and regenerates a new brain with superior self-healing capabilities that may provide valuable insight into its potential treatments for various physical, psychological and mental ailments. Some remarkable cases including Chan Ding for drug rehabilitation are presented. The basic concept was originally proposed in Heart Sutra and Diamond Sutra that revealed the ultimate guide for liberation from all suffering upon the brain unbinding from five skandhas (five traits of normal, dominating brain). Hypotheses in this paper bring forwards the futurology of probing a detached brain driven by WuJi heart, that actually has been advocated in ancient practices. Ten-mailuns system, the new spiritual anatomy in human body, possesses ultimate prevention ability and therapeutic efficacy, based on the evidences and experiences of thousands of Chan-Ding practitioners.
Ten-Mailuns System, Meridians, Yin-Yang, Chan Ding, Meditation, Detached Brain, Tai-Ji, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)
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