REFLEXOLOGY - the "Maps of Health"
therapy, professional wellness und a good body
body is a unity in which each part is connected to every other part.
The same blood which flows through our toes also supplies the roots our
hair and the nerve impulses in our body are controlled in such a way
that even the smallest movements of the head results in an automatic
fine tuning of the foot muscles.
The same applies to reflexology. On current knowledge, mainly the
autonomic nervous system and the communication by the light using
biophotons are responsible for their efficiency.
The autonomic nervous system in its total length of about 10
circumferences of the earth (about 400,000 km) is comparable with a
wire based telephone network, in which emails are sent from the organs
to the reflexology zones and back. It is represented in all structures
of the human, it envelops all blood vessels in a fine network and
branches out with its many buttons in the metabolism. In addition, the
autonomic nervous system has several large nerve plexus in the abdomen
which control all our inner organs. These nerve clusters together form
a kind of second brain, which follows our basic motivations: To
"TOWARDS" food, procreation or pleasure - and "AWAY FROM" pain,
discomfort or threat.
All our cells can only do their job in a mutual cooperation and
coordination. For this purpose the cells communicate with each other,
according to Prof. F.A. Popp, with biophotons, an ultra-weak laser
light. While we can compare the autonomic
system as a form of an internal telephone network, so the biophotons
correspond to an inner communication of our cells like a wireless
network where our 50 trillion cells send each other messages.
In modern communication networks, we can not anticipate which path a
message will take. This also applies to our internal communication
Sometimes even scientific schools argue that there would be no evidence
of any real connection between the organs and its reflexology zones. It
should now be noted that, according to various sufficient studies, the
existence of reflexology and its effects is highly evident. It would be
certainly a very interesting field of researches how this is organized
within ourselves, how the impulses arrive at their destinations. This
field is always open to any of the critics.