ACUPUNCTURE WITHOUT NEEDLES
Since after Mixon's visit to China, it suddenly becomes a fact that acupuncture works. Many M.D.s learned to do acupuncture and apply it in their medical practice. Many non-M.D.acupuncture specialists have been licensed to practise in many states, while there is a world-wide revival in the study and application of acupuncture, the essence of how acupuncture works has been reduceed to a mechanistic and materialistic basis, to tally ignoring the esoteric principles in the early acupuncture literature.
The personal experiences of many meditation students in Vol. I of this Report, especially: "Meditation and my Pulmonary Tuberculosis by Master Yun", and "The Microcosmic Circulation by an Aviation Electronics Technologist", " The Chinese Tao Method by A Subway Clerk" and "An Interview with Master Chia" begin to hint at us that the esoteric principles of acupuncture is after all a valid fact, and the mechanistic and materialistic theories are unnecessary.
Lawrence Young H.D., an internist in active practice, have studied the theories and applica- tions of acupuncture and Chinese Meditation for some years and have found amazing correlations between these two disciplines. To the historical masters and to some living masters, meditation and acupuncture are one and the same discipline.
Articles on this fascinating topic will start with Vol. II of the Reports. Don't forget to familiarize yourself with the experiences of Master Yun, the Subway Clerk, the Aviation Technologist, and Master Chia, as an introduction to this subject.