Expected release date for Wind Mansion, Esoteric Acupuncture Volume 8  sometime this year 2023.


Back to the Beginning

What is Esoteric Acupuncture? What makes Esoteric Acupuncture different from all the traditional forms of acupuncture? Esoteric means something hidden or beneath the surface and not readily accessed or understood by the masses or to those unfamiliar with certain esoteric principles or esoteric truths. Acupuncture comes from two words, acus and puncture. Acus comes from Latin and means needle or obelisk. Obelisk, esoterically, stands for temple. Puncture means to pierce. So someone is going to “pierce your temple” ( your physical vehicle/body) to try and uncover the deeply hidden or concealed ancient truths and possibly enter the world of the deeply hidden Ageless Wisdom Teachings.

Esoteric Acupuncture treatments do not focus on treating physical or emotional imbalances. We are not concerned with the disease spectrum of an individual. Esoteric Acupuncture treatments are designed to focus and strengthen the consciousness aspects within Wellness spectrum of a person’s life.

Healing in Esoteric Acupuncture means to move from one state of consciousness to a more desirable state of consciousness. What is a more desirable state of consciousness? Moving into a finer frequency vibration of consciousness and simultaneously expanding the existing level of consciousness for those who desire this process is within the definition of healing stated in Esoteric Acupuncture.

Wind Mansion Acupuncture Volume 8 is scheduled to be released toward the later part of this year.

This next book in the Esoteric Acupuncture Series of books will elaborate on the concept of Esoteric Wind. This is a much finer frequency field of consciousness than wind discussed in the Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture texts available in the United States today. According to the concepts of the Chinese Five Element view, the liver system (and wind) is between the water system of the kidneys and the fire system of the heart. Wind of the liver system “feeds” into or gives energy (consciousness) to the fire system of the heart. The water system of the kidneys vibrates with a denser frequency consciousness field than that of the fire system of the heart and gives energy (consciousness) to the liver system.

From the acupuncture site of Feng Fu (Du-16), there are internal pathways leading to and through the brain. The traditional internal pathway from Feng Fu (Du-16) goes through the brain and exits at the acupuncture site of Baihui (Du-20). This particular qi then follows the Du Channel pathway over the top of the head to the forehead, terminating at the gums. This is the denser frequency internal pathway of Feng Fu (Du-16).

In order to activate the finer frequency internal pathway from the acupuncture site of Feng Fu (Du-16), one must know of the existence of an esoteric site of for an alternative Du-20, which is not the same site as that of Baihui (Du-20). The name for this alternative esoteric site is called Tian Man in Esoteric Acupuncture. There are 4 acupuncture points known as the Esoteric Sishencong Group. These 4 points surround the site of Tian Man. Directly inferior to the Esoteric Sishencong Group of points is located the Bramarandhra Chakra (also known as the Mountain Chakra in Esoteric Acupuncture). The consciousness traversing through this particular internal Feng Fu pathway that exits through Tian Man vibrates with a finer frequency than the qi flowing through the traditional luo/connecting channel that exits through Baihui.

Activating a certain frequency of consciousness contained within the field of Esoteric Wind initiates an opportunity for the Taluka Chakra (also known as Talu Chakra, Lalana Chakra or the Alta Major Center) to communicate with the Ajna Center, Manas Chakra and Indu Chakra. These fields of consciousness will then communicate with the consciousness held within the Brahmarandhra Chakra (Mountain Chakra) in order to allow a smooth upward flow of kundalini/consciousness. More details on these connections are given in Wind Mansion Acupuncture Volume 8.