Non-Somatic Extraordinary Vessel Therapy
NSEV™ (Non-somatic Extraordinary Vessel) Healing & Acupuncture is a philosophy of health, and a method of treating and preventing disease, that integrates the mind, body and spirit. It is a modern adaptation of an ancient Chinese medicine…
There is wisdom in every symptom that appears before us. Does it manifest as physical pain or as psychological, emotional, mental, or spiritual? According to Chinese medicine there are “somatic” and “non-somatic” ways of looking at any problem and they occur
How do you express your stress? Does your body go into physical pain- does your body go into emotional pain.
When life is challenging we experience stress in both “somatic” (occurring in the physical body) and “non-somatic” (the non-physical) which includes the psychological, mental, psychic, emotional, spiritual, religious and/or transpersonal.
There are “somatic” and “non-somatic” ways of looking at any problem and they occur simultaneously. Somatic is defined as occurring in the physical body. The non-somatic incorporates and encompasses all that is non-physical: the psychological, mental, psychic, emotional, spiritual, religious and/or transpersonal. In Chinese medicine there is equal weight to both the somatic and non-somatic worlds. Non-judgment is used in assessment and treatment. The Western medicine model is primarily somatic, although complementary and integrative medicine is now considering the non-somatic as well. Dan Atchinson-Nevel describes the Extraordinary Vessels as a way to enter and observe the world on the non-somatic level.
Principles of the Extraordinary Vessels:
protection of influences from the outside
assimilation (making choices) of influences from the outside
incorporation (making value) of influences from the outside
discharge (letting go) of influences to outside the organism
storage (save it) of influences within the organism
distribution (use it) of influences within the organism.
As I a non-acupuncturist I use magnets and ion pumping cords for the treatment.