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Zu Reflexology: Way of initiation into the Tao

Zu Reflexology: Way of initiation into the Tao

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Zu Reflexology: Way of initiation into the Tao

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Jun 1, 2020
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What distinguishes the ZU method from other interpretations of Foot Reflexology is the indepth, analytical study of the identification of reflex points on the foot, otherwise known as I.S.R.A., or Identification of Sensitive Reflex Areas. All the points described have been localized in relation to the bones and by aiming at the epicentre of the pain in each sensitive area. A foot can be long, wide, short, large or thin; pathologically, it can be flat, hollow, equine, varus, valgus or twisted. This type of reading objectifies the reflex points.
Herausgeber:
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Jun 1, 2020
ISBN:
9791220066013
Format:
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Zu Reflexology - Laozu Baldassarre

ZU REFLEXOLOGY

What distinguishes the ZU method from other interpretations of Foot Reflexology is the in-depth, analytical study of the identification of reflex points on the foot, otherwise known as I.S.R.A., or Identification of Sensitive Reflex Areas.

All the described points have been localized in relation to the bones and the muscles, aiming at the epicentre of the pain in each sensitive area. A foot can be long, wide, short, large or thin; pathologically, it can be flat, hollow, equine, varus, valgus or twisted. This type of reading objectifies the reflex points.

At the beginning of my studies into Foot Reflexology I explored everything that had been written about it from all over the world; at this point we are in the beginning of the eighties in the other century.

The result was disarming from a critical point of view, since every chart and every drawing was represented with total subjectivity by the various authors, as regards both the positioning of the reflex organs and the colours used.

For example, the reflex area of the liver was represented in a variety of ways: oval-shaped, roughly oblong, triangular, at times overlapping the reflex area of the lungs, in some cases situated above the heads of the metatarsals, in others below them, sometimes centrally, sometimes laterally. In addition to this variety in the drawing of the area and its position, the colours used also differed widely from author to author.

If we look at a book on Western, Asian or African anatomy, obviously the organs are all situated in the same areas. A pygmy is short-limbed, a Watusi is long-limbed, but their organs are proportionately arranged in their bodies in the same way. In the various races the colour of the skin and the shape of the eyes and cheek-bones change, but anatomically the various parts of the body are structured in the same way. There must be something wrong, therefore, when after comparing the many books and charts on the subject we verify that they are all different. This hardly encourages a serious approach in those who with a critical eye approach the study and interpretation of Foot Reflexology.

In the early days of my own study I worked in a hospital, the Tumour Research Institute in Milan, after having worked for some years in hospitals in southern Italy and in the Amazon. There was no shortage of material for verifying the first ideas I had acquired of Foot Reflexology. I touched the feet of patients, nurses, doctors, friends and relatives, anyone I came across who was willing to have his health checked with such an unusual technique. My enthusiasm was boundless.

Day after day I confirmed important intuitions, observing and resolving problems with acute symptoms in a very short time. The side effects of chemotherapy were significantly reduced.

One day in Abruzzo I had the occasion to verify the condition of a person who I had not seen for some years, using this technique. Pleasantly satisfied, and interested by what I had succeeded in telling him after examining his feet, he asked me if I had noticed anything special relating to his heart. I had already touched the reflex point of his heart, but there was no sign which might have indicated any suffering there.

I felt the area again, concentrating on it much more than I would have normally done, but there was no reaction of any kind. I therefore concluded that from a reflexological point of view, at least as far as my own knowledge at the time was concerned, his heart showed no pathological symptoms. He then told me that he had suffered three heart attacks in the last two years. Although he did not say it in a derisory way, since there were many other symptoms I had managed pointing out to him, I was utterly crestfallen.

That day threw me into turmoil. If through the foot I was unable to identify the suffering of such a seriously damaged organ, how many other reflex points might react in the same way.

At that time I had also begun to attend a school of acupuncture, and later I spontaneously applied the various techniques, philosophies and principles. I noticed that the zu meridians (i.e. those of the lower limbs) arrived in the feet: the spleen, liver and kidneys, organs which are zang (full), and the stomach, gall bladder and urinary bladder, organs which are fu (empty). The heart meridian was not among them, and from this observation I began to associate, verify and catalogue an enormous quantity of information I had obtained from patients with the most disparate

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