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Energy Anatomy Essay

2892 words - 12 pages

1) The Causal Body
a. Is how we are able to have out of body experiences
b. Is the layer of the collective consciousness
c. Is where the Akashic Records are stored
d. Creates the blueprint of the body
e. Both b & c
f. Both a & c

2) The Rainbow Body was created by crystals according to the Book of Revelations
T. True
F. False

3) Catabolism is responsible for
a. the production of carbon dioxide and lactic acid in the body
b. the build-up phase of complex molecules
c. birth defects caused by over-consumption of steroids
d. None of the above

4) The Endocrine System is
a. the most external system, made up of skin and is nearly 2 square meters
b. responsible for ...view middle of the document...

hollow, back of the body or head, rest, and inner parts
d. age, movement, compact vital organs, and mental prowess

11) The two vessels that circulate primary energy throughout the body are:
a. The Ming and the Jing
b. The Liver and the Gallbladder
c. The Governing and the Conception
d. The Triple Heater and the Pericardium (Heart Mind)

12) The triple warmer meridian:
a. Heats Chi to convert it from Yin to Yang
b. Circulates liquid energy throughout the organs
c. Is associated with overcoming fears
d. All of the above

13) Some attributes, characteristics, and parts of the body associated with the Metal Element are:
a. Sex Glands, Moodiness, Bitter Foods, Scorched Odors
b. Bones, Anxiousness, Willpower, and Salty Foods
c. Irritability, Sour Foods, Rancid Odors, and the Season of Spring
d. Sadness, Sensitivity, Spicy or Pungent food, The season of Autumn
14) The Grandmother-Grandson Law is
a. prevents one element from becoming too strong
b. associated with the Ko Cycle
c. explains how wood penetrates and stabilizes earth
d. all of the above

15) Yuan¬– source points are also called alarm points because they react strongly when pressed upon and are therefore useful in diagnostics.
T. True
F. False

16) The video, “Donald in Mathmagic Land” discusses sacred geometry and math. Which of these items listed is not an example of sacred geometry and math.
a. music
b. billiards
c. sand
d. flowers

17) According to Pythagoras, the father of numerology, the number “0” represents the void and potential
T. True
F. False

18) Plato considered the triangle to be the building block of the universe.
T. (true) F. (false)

19) Many Medieval Churches employed sacred geometry by
a. emphasizing the importance of the golden ratio (1.618)
b. utilizing an unfolded cube
c. borrowing from the Egyptian “gnomon” plan for architecture
d. only using Platonic solids in their design

20) Cymatics is based on the theory that.
a. vibration underlies all reality
b. magnets can affect the Chakras
c. word meaning affects our energetic fields
d. all of the above

21) If a tree falls in the woods and no one is there to hear it, It makes a noise, but not a sound.
T. (true) F. (false)

22) Allopathy comes from the words “allo” and “pathos” meaning
a. “the allied path”
b. “allow” and “compassion”
c. “similar” and “suffering”
d “opposite” and “suffering”

23) According to the video on “Resonance,” resonance causes two similarly pitched tuning forks
a. to open the meridians
b. to vibrate simultaneously when only striking one
c. to create an orb of protection around a client
d. Both a and b
e. none of the above
f. all of the above

24) The first step to all voice production is breath.
T. (true) F. (false)

25) A vibratory range that is particular to one’s self.
a. sympathetic vibration
b. frequency range
c. personal harmonic
d. resonance
e. coherency

26) In the 1980’s Dr. Norman Rosenthal...

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