We are very pleased to have you over for theHari Program in US. Along with instruction in the fundamental essence of Hari. Mr. Kuwahara will divulge new facets of this ever-evolving life medicine.
Hari works within the heart of Japanese Ancient (Kototama) Acu-Medicine.
Its theoretical foundation is based in the Five phase/dimensional model derived from the Japanese classicsKoji-kiand Nihon-Shoki and grounds itself clinically with Ki (E-Ki) evaluation Pulse dx. methods. The Hari systemhas a flexible approach to local treatment which draws from the strengths of various Japanese classical acupuncture practices and the Chinese classics Su Wen, Ling Shu, and Nang Jing.
Life-style Hari study develops the practitioner’s awareness in the Kū 空---Mu 無 and high dimensional quality of Ki.
GOAL ANDTOPICS OF FUNDAMENTAL HARI PROGRAM
Essence of Hari Practice:
Know oneself for (Dispersion / Misogi) and the beginning of the universe (Tonification / Kuni Umi)
Diagnostic process and Treatment in updated Hari focuses on:
Three dimensional steps to assess the SHO (Pattern of Unbalance and Treatment Strategy).
1.Intuitive (Kototama=Shin and SHO) Seventh-Dimension.
2.TJM (E-ki flow-change in the meridians) Sixth-D.
3.TCM (Ki in the physical body) Fifth-D.
Emphasizing pulse and superficial skin palpation dx. as well as clairvoyance through your hands and in your meditative state of mind. With Teishin (UTT) method. we refine our palpation and Ki diagnosis skills, learn and practice live point location and finding “Volcano points”and Hara Ki dx.
We will refine our Feeling of the obtaining, coming and going of Ki, while focusing on “Ki arrival”
(Kuni-Umi), the liberation of Ja-Ki (Misogi), and Long Distance tx. method (Shinkiko).
Ki feedback methods: Evaluation of the tx.
The evaluation system centers on the E-Ki changes in Aha-mation (telepathic intuition) or feedback from changes in patient’s and/or practitioner’s pulse to monitor the before, during, and after treatment.
A)Abdominal Ki Dx by new relation points on the Hara w/Fukujyu-shin
B)SHO determination for Root with SHIGO, Extra Vessel system.
C)Easy and quick Hara dx, the re-discovery of the HT SHO, and usage of the HT channel for SP SHO.
And needless to say,…
We brush up on our original Japanese meridian therapy work
²Determining the Primary and Secondary SHO (Pattern of Unbalance and Treatment Strategy)
²Point selection, based on Nanjing Ch. 68, 69, 75
²Pulse quality dx. in Six Positions
²Oshide/Sashide, Body and Spiritual posture
QUALITY ANDPOWER UP OF the HARI
Ki & Breathing Exercises in Kototama Meditation
We practice Hari in meditative stage with Kototama words to heighten the quality of our Ki, and power up through breathing exercises.
Note on the Hari Training
This is an extraordinary opportunity to study "real Japanese acupuncture," a truly energetic and comprehensive system that does not rely on stimulating the nervous system through "de qi" sensation. Rather than strong stimulation, all the patient usually feels is profound. The theoretical aspects of Hari are easily mastered so most of the seminar time is used for hands on training and feedback. This is the key to really learning Hari and producing results in your clinic practice. The seminar format allows you to learn, have questions answered and develop skills while practicing with live feedback from instructor Mr. Kuwahara and members of the Hari society. In Addition: Students are invited to the Boston Hari Society toA practice sessions of Hari as a free tutorial class.
Who you will study with
T. Koei Kuwahara
Takayuki Koei Kuwahara, L. Ac.
Mr. Kuwahara has been practicing Acupuncture for forty years in Boston MA and Japan, employing both classical Japanese Acupuncture and Japanese Medical Ki Gong to support patients. After graduating from Tokyo Therapeutic Institute in 1979, he went on to complete an intensive live-in five-year apprenticeship with Fukushima Kodo, renowned practitioner and developer of the Toyo Hari system of acupuncture. Having taught for the Toyo Hari Association for 15 years, Mr. Kuwahara now teaches his unique (Hari) style of acupuncture that draws from the various systems practiced by his teachers: Sensei Masamichi Shimada (Kototama), Tetsuo Shiomi, Masakazu Ikeda, Denmei Shudo (Meridian therapy), Kunsei Kudo (Bloodletting), Masanori Tanioka (Pediatrics), and Masato Nakagawa (Shinkiko/ Ki-Gong).Since visiting NESA as a guest instructor in 1991, he has taught several JAS courses as well as continuing education programs in many parts of the world. He is the editor of Traditional Japanese Acupuncture –Fundamentals of Meridian Therapy, a comprehensive JMT textbook, and of numerous acupuncture articles. He has practiced Aikido and Iaido for 45 years and lives in Watertown, MA, where he maintains a private practice.
Ehrland A. Truitt, D.O.M.
He graduated from the International Institute of Chinese Medicine in December 2000. He also completed a three year apprenticeship in the Kototama system of Japanese Acupuncture at that time. He began studying with Kuwahara Sensei in January 2001 and was an assistant teacher for the Hari seminar series in 2002 and 2003, in Santa Fe, NM. Dr. Truitt traveled to Japan with Kuwahara Sensei in the summer of 2002. He is a former clinical supervisor and teacher of Five Element Acupuncture at the International Institute of Chinese medicine. Dr. Truitt currently maintains a private practice in both Santa Fe and Cerrillos. Recently Dr. Truitt traveled to Kathmandu. Nepal to volunteer at Shechen Clinic, a free clinic near Boudanath stupa.
Schhedule and Topics
CORE PROGRAM OUTLINE
(Sat): Introduction to the entire HARI system with Demo. Yin-Yang, five phases/dimension and eight power (Kototama). Ki evaluation system, Middle Pulse Dx, Oshide/Sashide, basic (Tonification) needling technique (Sun): Basic treatment patterns (Sho) determination. Live-point location, Six comparative pulse diagnosis and basic needling
(Sat): type of disease and their progression, Jaki-jitsu and Oki-jitsu. Abdominal Dx, Primary and secondary Sho determination (Sun): Tonification (Ho), Dispersion (Sha) & dispersion within tonification technique. Practice root (yin) treatment
(Sat): Point selection. (Nan Jing chapter 68, 69, 75 and other) Practice Ho and Sha. (Sun):Pulse quality diagnosis for Sho, Live-point location & evaluation. Practice root treatment (yin and yang)
(Sat):Yusha, Waho (Harmonizing), Finding the Jaki location. Practice root tx. (Sun): Touch dx. and Local tx. with Hifushin, Sanshin, Chishin, Hinaishin, Enpishin, Moxibustion and Moxa on the handle/root of the needle. Practice root and local tx.
(Sat): Supplementary tx.; Ketsubon (ST12), Kigai (ST30), ST(SI joint) tx. (Sun):Practice root and focus to local treatment
(Sat): Supplementary tx.; Extra-ordinary vessel, Shigo treatment, also Moxibustion. (Sun): Practice whole treatment with evaluation. Student clinic
A proposed Advanced Seminar next to Core Program
(Schedule and subject will be settled upon from your request.)
(Sat): Clinical lecture (Oketsu) and Japanese specialized Bloodletting & Cupping
(Sun): Clinical lecture (Pregnancy) and Practice whole Hari tx. with Ki evaluation. Student Clinic & hand-on advices
(Sat):Shoni-Hari (1) (Pediatrics)
(Sun):Shoni-Hari (2) and Practice whole Hari tx. with Ki evaluation.
3. Student Clinic & hand-on advices
(Sat): Advanced Pulse quality dx. and link up the point selection.
(Sun): Practice whole Hari tx. with focused advanced Pulse dx and Ki evaluation. Student Clinic & hand-on advices