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Energy Medicine can help people who struggle with physical illness or emotional problems. It is the holistic approach to self-care as well as a complement to conventional medical care. It can promote wellness and youth and increase high performance.


Energy Medicine believes that humans are containers of subtle forms of energy and that internal and external disturbances, as well as physical and emotional problems, create imbalances in their energy field. Having a healthy flow of these energies is essential for optimal health and well-being of every individual.

Irina tests for the energy imbalances in nine energy systems of the body and helps to bring them back to balance for optimal health and complete healing.




Nine energy systems of the body include Meridians, Auras, Chakras, Five Elements, Celtic Weave, Triple Warmer, Radiant Circuits, Electrics, and Grid.


These systems have been recognized by many cultures from around the world and described in a great detail by Donna Eden in her book ‘Energy Medicine’.  Irina is trained to work with all 9 energy systems by helping to bring them back to balance.




The field of Energy Medicine is based on the fundamental belief that all physical objects and psychological processes such as thoughts, emotions, and beliefs are expressions of energy. Therefore, all bodies are believed to be the physical manifestation with a ″subtle″ energy or life force.


This life force has been recognized by various cultures and associated with different traditions. In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) it is called 'qi', in the Judeo-Christian tradition it is called 'spirit', and in Ayurvedic medicine, it corresponds to 'doshas'. These subtle energies were called by a variety of names: meridians, life force, chi, chakras, and auras.


Correction of energetic imbalances in the flow of subtle energy along the meridians or energy channels can be performed using application of various energy therapies such as Yoga, Breathing practices (pranayama), acupuncture, acupressure, or Reiki. 


During the energy balancing session, a healer transmits the vital energy to a recipient as a way to restore health. When balanced, these energy systems can bring optimal health to the individual. 


The word chakra translates from the Sanskrit as a disk, vortex, or wheel. The chakras are concentrated centers of energy. Each major chakra in the human body is a center of swirling energy positioned at one of seven points, from the base of your spine to the top of your head. Where the meridians deliver their energy to the organs, the chakras bathe the organs in their energies.


Each chakra supplies energy to specific organs, corresponds to a distinct aspect of your personality, and resonates (respectively, from the bottom to the top chakra) with one of seven universal principles having to do with survival, creativity, identity, love, expression, comprehension, or transcendence.


Your chakras also code your experiences in their energies, just as memories are chemically coded in your neurons. An imprint of every emotionally significant event you have experienced is believed to be recorded in your chakra energies. A sensitive practitioner's hand held over a chakra may resonate with pain in a related organ, congestion in a lymph node, subtle abnormalities in heat or pulsing, areas of emotional turmoil, or even tune into a stored memory that might be addressed as part of the healing process.


Meridians: In the way an artery carries blood, a meridian carries energy. As the body's energy bloodstream, the meridian system brings vitality and balance, removes blockages, adjusts metabolism, and even determines the speed and form of cellular change. The flow of the meridian energy pathways is as critical as the flow of blood. No energy, no life. Meridians affect every organ and every physiological system, including the immune, nervous, endocrine, circulatory, respiratory, digestive, skeletal, muscular, and lymphatic systems.


Each system is fed by at least one meridian. If a meridian's energy is obstructed or unregulated, the system it feeds is jeopardized. The meridians include fourteen tangible channels that carry energy into, through, and out of your body. Your meridian pathways also connect hundreds of tiny, distinct reservoirs of heat and electromagnetic energy along the surface of the skin. These are your acupuncture points, and they can be stimulated with needles or physical pressure to release or redistribute energy along the meridian pathway.


Mapped long ago in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) all of life was categorized into five "elements," "rhythm," or "seasons": Fire, Water, Earth, Metal, and Wood. These energies were considered the building blocks of the universe, providing a basis for understanding how the world works, how societies organize themselves, and what the human body needs to maintain health. 


Metaphors for describing these five distinct rhythms have drawn from concrete, observable elements of nature (water, wood, fire, earth, and metal) and from the seasons (winter, spring, summer, Indian summer, and autumn). Like the background music during a movie, the person's primary rhythm, in combination with the changing rhythms of life's seasons, directs the tone and mood of the entire energy system and sets the atmosphere of the life being lived.


The body’s energies spin, spiral, curve, twist, crisscross and weave themselves into patterns of magnificent beauty. The equilibrium of this kaleidoscope of colors and shapes is maintained by an energy system known by different names to energy healers throughout the world. In the East, it has been called the "Tibetan energy ring." In the yoga tradition, it is represented by two curved lines that cross seven times, symbolically encasing the seven chakras.


In the West, it is seen in the caduceus, the intertwined serpents ­also crossing seven times­ found on the staff that is the symbol of the medical profession. Like an invisible thread that keeps all the energy systems functioning as a single unit, the Celtic weave networks throughout and around the body in spiraling figure-eight patterns. The double helix of DNA is this pattern in microcosm. The left hemisphere’s control of the right side of the body and the right hemisphere’s control of the left side is this pattern writ large.


The radiant circuits function to ensure that all the other energy systems are working for the common good. They redistribute energies to where they are most needed, responding to any health challenge the body might encounter.


In terms of evolution, the radiant circuits have been around longer than the meridians. Primitive organisms such as insects move their energies via the radiant circuits rather than through a meridian system, and the radiant circuits can be seen in the embryo before the meridians develop. As in the way that riverbeds are formed, it is as if radiant energies that habitually followed the same course became meridians. Where the meridians are tied to fixed pathways and specific organs, the radiant energies operate as fluid fields, embodying a distinct spontaneous intelligence.


Like hyperlinks on a website, they jump instantly to wherever they are needed, bringing revitalization, joy, and spiritual connection. If triple warmer mobilizes your inner militia, the radiant circuits mobilize your inner mom, showering you with healing energy, providing life-sustaining resources, and lifting your morale.


The basic grid is your body’s foundational energy. Like the chassis of a car, all the other energy systems ride on the energy of the basic grid. 


Grid energy is sturdy and fundamental. But severe trauma can damage and deform the grid, and when this occurs, it does not usually repair itself spontaneously. Rather, the other energy systems adjust themselves to the damaged grid, much as a personality may be formed around early traumatic experiences. Repairing a person’s basic grid is one of the most advanced and intense forms of energy therapy. If a grid’s structure or a car’s chassis is sound, you never notice it is there; if it is damaged, nothing else is quite right.


Your aura is a multi-layered shell of energy that emanates from your body and interacts with the energies of your environment. It is itself a protective atmosphere that surrounds you, filtering out many of the energies you encounter and drawing in others that you need. Like a space suit, your aura protects you from harmful energies. Like a radio antenna, it brings in energies with which it resonates.


The aura is a conduit, a two-way antenna that brings in energy from the environment to your chakras and that sends energy from your chakras outward.

When you feel happy, attractive, and spirited, your aura may fill an entire room. When you are sad, despondent, and somber, your aura crashes in on you, forming an energetic shell that isolates you from the world. Some people’s auras characteristically reach out and embrace you. Others keep you out like an electric fence.


A study conducted by Valerie Hunt, a neurophysiologist at UCLA's Energy Fields Laboratory, compared "aura readings" with neurophysiological measures. The auras seen by eight practitioners not only corresponded with one another, they correlated with wave patterns picked up by electrodes on the skin at the spot that was being observed.


Triple warmer is the meridian that networks the energies of the immune system to attack an invader, and it mobilizes the body’s energies in an emergency for the fight-or-flight-or-freeze response. In carrying out these critical functions, it operates in ways that are so beyond the range of any other meridian that some consider it a system unto itself. Its energies work in conjunction with the hypothalamus gland, which is the body’s thermostat.


The hypothalamus is also the instigator of the body’s emergency response. Like an army, triple warmer mobilizes during threat or perceived threat, coordinating all the other energy systems to activate the immune response, govern the fight/flight/freeze mechanism, and establish and maintain habitual responses to threat.


The electrics are an energy that seems to emerge from the electrical dimension of the other energy systems.  They are not an independent energy system like the meridians, chakras, or aura, but they are rather intimately related to all the major energy systems: separate from each but also an aspect of each, something like the way liquid is separate from yet part of each of your organs.


The electrics serve as a bridge that connects all the energy systems at the basic level of the body's electricity. There are reports of scar tissue being healed during an electrics session, heart ataxia eliminated, a knee replacement operation avoided, and all manner of emotional trauma overcome. But most important, in terms of whole-body healing, is the way the electrics connect all the systems. If energy fields such as the aura and chakra align the organs and other energies by surrounding them, the electrics move right through them, connecting and coordinating them at the tangible dimension of their electrical nature.

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