The Legend of NuHealth
The ancient Mongolian warriors studied the human body and mapped out the areas of karma or where different types of fears are located and used this method (what we call NuHealth) to remove these fears from the muscles of the body; for example, the fear of doing is located in the hands. A body without memories is a fearless body, a purified body. All of one’s energy is brought to bear in the here and now.
THE LEGEND AND MAP OF KARMA ZONES
Legend: The Ancient Mongolian Warriors, called the Purified Bodies, were without fear in their bodies. To gain the natural state of courage, they studied fear, seeing:
1. We don’t know our bodies.
2. There are forbidden areas we never touch.
Why? Pain is stored there.
Why pain? The body is filled with little globules, all of which are blocked kath [Chi or energy].
This blocking caused by pain, which accumulates with time. So every fear is retained in a globule with the memory of the pain, which becomes a fear. So in the body is the memory of all fears; fear is the subjective history of pain in the body. Thus the warrior that goes into battle with a painful body carries all his past fears and avoidances. To be effective the warrior must go into battle without fear, thus without pain. Therefore, the Purified Warriors practiced “NuHealth” immediately after battle to purify the fears from combat.
The Mongolians recognized two systems of muscles:
1. An exterior group of large muscles which are used for grasping
and taking in the exterior world to the inside. These are the
strong muscles of work.
2. A set of lighter, more interior muscles used to project the
interior to the exterior; these carry the kath current out.
This is the Yin-Yang of the body. So, for warriors, the muscles of taking in are dangerous – in attacking, one can hurt oneself. Therefore the little muscles must be in balance with the large ones.
The progressive conditions of the Karma Zones are:
1. To liberate and restore the elasticity of the big muscles.
2. To give total elasticity to the little muscles.
3. To liberate the zones of karma.
So the Purified Warrior has no memory. The highest form is massaging oneself. Correcting our own Karmic mistakes. Only we are afraid of our own pain.
THE RULE: This is not your body; you did not make it. It is the Human Body. The reverence is the recognition that in the human body is the Pattern. Because of our Karma, we have gone out of the Pattern, damaged the body pattern. We are not in the nature – the Pattern of Him as He has made the body. So we correct our own mistakes.
LIBERATING THE ZONES OF KARMA:
Each zone stores a particular attitude of fear. The most recent fear is usually the worst, as it is added cumulatively to all those already existing. Areas where we feel “I have no problem” are likely areas of total blocking. The tension builds until the consciousness is totally blocked.
1. FEAR OF BEING ONESELF:
Feet to base of anklebones: All the body is represented in the
feet. Tension prevents being connected with the ground.
2. FEAR OF ACTION:
Calves, anklebones, to base of knee.
3. FEAR OF DEATH:
4. FEAR OF INADEQUATE CAPACITY (STRENGTH):
Thighs; tension in large muscles here covers the fear of weakness,
binding the kath current, eliminating the possibility of real strength
1. The groin is a receptacle of tension, all of which must be
taken out, so be thorough, freeing all connections of the
muscles with pelvis.
2. Work deeply into the muscles of the thigh, dividing and
separating each until no pain or tension remains,working
down from pelvis bone to knee bone, delineating each
muscle and tendon, first inside, then top, outside and back.
5. FEAR OF SEX:
The inner triangle from mons veneris to ischial tuberosities (sitting
bones) including anus and genitals. Work out all tenderness
around the genitals and anus, touch all areas going clear down
to the bones.
6. FEAR OF CONSERVATION (INSECURITY) ALSO NOT BEING ABLE TO SIT COMFORTABLY:
Triangluar zone from ischial tuberosities to tip of coccyx.
7. FEAR OF LIFE:
The pelvis from chest (tip of sacrum) to the pelvis outlets including
mons veneris. A frozen pelvis indicates no life or that one is tired
8. FEAR OF BREATHING AND ASSIMILATION (EATING):
Diaphragm and organs from the attachments around the lower
edge of the bottom rib down to the pelvic bone. Conditioned
tension here inhibits the natural process of the kath active across
9. SADNESS AND SENTIMENTAL SORROWS (SIGHING):
The rib cage, up to the collarbone.
1. Work deeply under collarbone, all the way along and in the
2. Work under breast muscles, as far up as possible, removing
3. Sculpt along each rib, removing tenderness and muscle
10. FEAR OF DOING:
The hands to the top of the wrist bone. Memories of mistakes
are held in the hands; remember, get down to the bone.
Cleanly separate all the muscles.
11. FEAR OF PUNISHMENT, OF BEING INFERIOR (e.g. child ducking
the blow of an adult):
Forearm, including elbow.
12. FEAR OF DISCOURAGEMENT (wondering what is going to
From shoulder (deltoid muscles and armpit) down to elbow
13. FEAR OF HEAVINESS OF LIFE (carrying the weight of the world):
Everything is difficult, for any new burden is added to all the old
suffering – upper back and trapezius muscles.
14. FEAR OF LOSING:
Pelvis to shoulder blades inclusive; zone of punishment, to punish
or hurt in the lower back makes a loser.
15. GUILTINESS (e.g. hanging; the guilty one is always feeling the
rope rubbing his neck):
The front of the neck from the clavicle to the top of the throat
16. FEAR OF NOT BEING IN THE RIGHT PSYCHOLOGICAL POSITION:
(the discomfort of not being proper or correct):
Upper trapezius to attachments at the base of skull.
ZONES OF KARMA ON HEAD
17. FEAR OF NOT UNDERSTANDING:
The ears, surrounding neck area, and mastoid processes. Fear
of not being in right attention. Straining to hear.
18. WORRIES AND PREOCCUPATIONS:
19. PERPLEXITY AND WONDER:
Hairline to above eyebrows
Eyebrows and third eye space between eyebrows
Eye sockets, little muscles inside, straining, burning
Cheekbone. The last shame is the worst.
23. FEAR OF EXTERNAL CONTROL:
The nose and attachments. Being psychologically tied and “led”
around by the nose. The end of the nose is the kath; if it’s tied,
there is no will.
The lines from the base of the nose to the mouth
The mouth, lips, and muscles around the mouth
26. FEAR OF INFERIORITY: FEELING INFERIOR AND SEPARATE:
27. FEAR OF REVULSION:
Jawbone up to the hinges, down to hyoid bone. Withdrawing
the head in revulsion as from a snake or any uncomfortable