The Wu Xing Theory and Homeostatic Interaction of Organs
Yevgeny V. Albegov, Dmitry V. Butenko, Lyudmila N. Butenko
DOI: 10.4236/cm.2010.12009   PDF   HTML     4,596 Downloads   9,072 Views   Citations


In this paper the making of homeostatic models of the bioenergetic informational acupunctural human’s system of the “Pentacube” and the “Hexagon” according to the Wu Xing rules and energy shifts dynamics is considering. The making of the meridional homeostatic model of the bioenergetic informational acupunctural human’s system based on the existing knowledges about the human body meridians is considering. Preference to choice of the homeostatic functional models of the human body organs energies interaction is substantiated. The meridional control submodel of homeostatic system is defined and constructed. The description of control submodel, perspectives of application and development are represented.

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Y. Albegov, D. Butenko and L. Butenko, "The Wu Xing Theory and Homeostatic Interaction of Organs," Chinese Medicine, Vol. 1 No. 2, 2010, pp. 45-48. doi: 10.4236/cm.2010.12009.

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