Volume 2 Issue 1 - 2018
The New Approach is the Ancient way of Anesthesia
Maria Kuman*
Holistic Research Institute, 1414 Barcelona Dr, Knoxville, TN 37923
*Corresponding Author: Maria Kuman, Holistic Research Institute, 1414 Barcelona Dr., Knoxville TN 37923. E-mail: holisticare@mariakuman.com. www.mariakuman.com.
Received: May 01, 2018; Published: May 12, 2018
In 1983, at the 8th World Congress on Acupuncture in Sofia, Bulgaria, there was a medical doctor from the city of Plovdiv in Bulgaria, who reported about her long-term research on the post effects of the anesthetics used during surgery.  I approached her after her report to congratulate her on her impressive results. She shared with me that her medical colleagues met her with disbelieve at the beginning. They refused to believe that the anesthetics they use cause so much harm. But this was at the beginning. Now, more and more doctors are ready to listen. She has been already invited to report her research in Prague and Paris.
In the US, there was one medical doctor, Dr. Gray of Denver, Colorado, who was practicing acupuncture for anesthesia and preaching that anesthesia with acupuncture was the best way to do surgery because the recovery was much faster and there was no negative post reactions after the surgery.
I, myself, almost died from complications after surgery when my son was born with Cesarean section. My friend Mary Lou, after the surgical remover of her gall bladder at age 32, couldn’t recognize her children for three days. Now, she needs a hip surgery, but she is afraid to go under the knife because at her age of 77, she may not regain her memory. We observe increase in Alzheimer disease, but how much of it is induced by the anesthetics used during surgery is difficult to say. There is no such research done in the US.
Acupuncture has been used for anesthesia for thousands of years. If you are a medical doctor, anesthesiologist or a surgeon, and you don’t understand how acupuncture works, but you want to know, read my book: Maria Kuman, Modern Aspects of Ancient Acupuncture [1]. This is the only book that explains scientifically how acupuncture works. I have done research on acupuncture. I have also done mathematical modeling of acupuncture and I predicted in 1983 that waves should run along the acupuncture meridians [2], which are lines of acupuncture points with the shapes of conducting ellipses with long axes along the lines. A year later the Hungarian scientist Eory [3] found the waves.
These waves are part of our nonlinear electromagnetic field (NEMF), which is not product of the functioning of our body, as some scientists think, but is the field that rules and regulates the functioning of the whole body [4]. Since we don’t have conscious awareness about the functioning of our organs, their functioning must be subordinated to the Subconscious. It is deliberately done so because in a treacherous situation when we need to make life important decisions, we don’t want to be bothered with information about the functioning of our organs. If the functioning of our whole body is subordinated to the subconscious, and our NEMF rules and regulates this functioning, our NEMF must operate at subconscious level [4].
If waves are part of our NEMF and waves run along the acupuncture meridians [4], the acupuncture meridians must also be part of our NEMF, which operates at subconscious level. Therefore, the whole system of acupuncture meridians and points belongs to our NEMF [4]. Here is the roof of this. Ancient texts said that: 1/the acupuncture meridians are like rivers, but along them energy runs instead of water. 2/in the way the rivers flow into seas, the acupuncture meridians flow into six swirling seas (six swirling energy centers), which are the six alternating vortices and anti-vortices of the human NEMF (see the book of the author: Maria Kuman, Same Fields and Dynamics in Stars and Man [5]).
The anesthesiologists interested in doing anesthesia with acupuncture should not be afraid that they need to study for one more diploma and become acupuncturists. Neither they need to know how acupuncture works (unless they are curious and want to know). The only thing the anesthesiologists need to know is the acupuncture points that need to be treated for anesthesia and they are a few. The surgeons should not be also afraid how they would find the points to be treated. When they already know where to look for the acupuncture points, which need to be treated to achieve anesthesia, there is a simple hand-held device that will show them (with fleshing light or buzz) where exactly these acupuncture points are [1].
It worth trying and it worth proceeding! Good Luck!
  1. Kuman M. “Modern Aspects of Ancient Acupuncture, Health and Happiness Books.” (1997).
  2. Kuman M. “Nonlinear Mathematical Model of One Acupuncture Meridian, 8th World Congress on Acupuncture, Sofia, Bulgaria.” (1983).
  3. Eory A. “Acupuncture and Electro-Therapeutic Research.” (1984).
  4. Kuman M. “Acupuncture and Electro -Therapeutic Research” 42.2 (2018).
  5. Kuman M. “Same Fields and Dynamics in Stars and Man, Health and Happiness Books.” (2017).
Citation: Maria Kuman. “The New Approach is the Ancient way of Anesthesia”. Chronicle of Medicine and Surgery 2.1 (2018): 102-103.
Copyright: © 2018 Maria Kuman. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.