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Introduction To Tissues

The foundation of Fu Xi Wen is the
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tissue-angle. Every angle in 360 degrees around the body is a unique tissue-angle, sending energy to a distinct tissue, cell, or cellular structure. Disease has both physical and energetic components, but the physical being is simply energy tied together by energetic bonds. So, instead of “physical” and “energetic” we say Jing and Qi respectively. Tissues are made of energy and they also hold energy like a cup holds water. So, for every tissue, there are multiple ways to approach treatment.

Given that every unique degree in 360 degrees around the body relates to a tissue, this means the body is constructed out of a complexity that is hard to fathom. Each degree represents a unique tissue, meaning there are 360 unique types of tissues. Every single one of these tissues must be in a healthy state for us to be perfectly healthy. Of course, this is impossible. There is no such thing as perfect health. Even were we capable of reaching such a state, we would immediately be pushed off balance by the innumerable imbalanced energies that surround us.

What follows is an enumeration of several tissues within the context of their practical importance for treating diseases. Broad classifications are discussed rather than each individual tissue type. For instance, I discuss all organs under the Organs chapter. I foresee that in future editions, each organ will get its due, but for now, we will start with a wider net. The same is true for hormones and glands. You will not find a separate chapter for the testes versus the thyroid in this version. But the net will get smaller and smaller over time and I will provide more clinically helpful information as the opportunity allows.

You may wonder why arteries, veins, and capillaries each get their own chapters while organs are lumped together. This is for practical purposes. While not everyone will need to treat every organ, almost everyone will need to treat capillaries and arteries for sure, and possibly veins as well.

When you are diagnosing yourself and determining your own tissue imbalances, you can use the following chapters to see how they might be used in treatment. You may also want to review my online blog and the Forums for new tissue-angle discoveries and clinical strategies for treating the tissues involved in specific disorders.

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