About Pulse Resonance

Author: Sergei Fedotov
Pulse Academy
Vladivostok, Russia
March 09, 2020.

It is rare for a doctor to have a question about what pulse is from a point of view of a certain generalizing position. This is not surprising, since from the first lectures of a university or medical school a student in his study of the medical subject begins to disassemble the body into parts – just like our ancient wild ancestors did or the child does when examining some unknown subject. The heads are overwhelmed with numerous theories designed to clarify the work of every detail of the body in detail. This is not to say that this knowledge is completely useless, but the lack of understanding of the body as an integral system in all the complexity and mutual coordination of all parts has already generated the Frankenstein model of medical care. The division into cardiologists, pulmonologists, urologists, gastroenterologists and other *****ists is absolutely not natural, but in the minds of both doctors and patients is perceived as the norm.

This shortsightedness leads to inefficiencies in medical approaches, the development of unnecessary expensive equipment, and the complication of transaction costs. Medicine is turning into a black hole in economies. In the USA, for example, the share of medicine in GDP has reached about 20% and continues to grow. Already an oxymoron was the case when a US citizen who returned from a business trip to China wanted to conduct a coronavirus analysis and received the bill in the amount of USD 3270.
Obviously, this example points to a deep economic crisis in American society.

Modern medicine uses a pulse signal for many types of diagnostics. A lot of devices have been created, which require considerable time and experience to master.

But, missing and not realizing the fundamental cause of the pulse, the possibilities of a quick objective assessment of the state of the organism are lost.

In fact, if we understand that the pulse is the result of the resonance processes of the whole organism, where every smallest movement inside each cell is coordinated with the movements of trillions of other cells, we recognize the importance of the simple pulse rate parameter and can extract important, sufficiently detailed diagnostic information from this.

In the article “The correspondences between the sound vibrations and natural frequencies of acupuncture meridians“ [1]
frequencies are represented in correlation with each acupuncture meridian.

From this point of view, it is easy to come to the conclusion that a certain pulse rate, as the main resonance of the body, will always be associated at a given time with the work of one of the 12 acupuncture meridians.

Here is a table of correspondences between the heart rate and the meridians, where the hertz are converted to the frequency of heartbeats per minute for three octaves (the pulses of one meridian are associated through a factor of 2):


BL – Urinary Bladder,
LR – Liver,
HT – Heart,
LI – Large Intestine,
GB –Gall Bladder,
SP – Spleen, Pancreas,
LU –Lungs,
TE – Triple Energizer,
ST – Stomach,
KI – Kidneys,
PC –Pericardium,
SI – Small Intestine.

It is generally accepted that the normal heart rate of a healthy adult is about 70 beats per minute. And this is not by chance. 70 beats per minute falls into the range associated with the meridian of the Triple Energizer. In the theory of the physical origin of acupuncture meridians [2] https://www.researchgate.net/publication/309956054. Triple Energizer is associated with a magnesium ion, the Element of Metal as the highest stage of manifestation of energies (in Vedic philosophy this corresponds to the state of maximal manifestation of reality, existence).

On the other hand, the resonance at the frequency of a certain meridian just indicates that this system experiences some lack of energy, and all body systems concentrated their energies at nearby frequencies in order to saturate the weak system with the maximum of vibrational energy.

Users of variational pulsometry know that a very small variation in heart rate indicates a stressed state of the body – this is exactly the situation when all organs and systems were coordinated to help a diseased organ. Therefore, a normal working organism has sufficient variation in the pulse rate, tracking which systems need to be energized in order to maintain the equality of vibrational energy between all 12 major systems of the body. The equality of vibrational energy is. balance – the measure of health.

As for the normal pulse of about 70 beats per minute and its correlation with magnesium, we can say the following – magnesium is an indispensable cofactor in the synthesis of ATP in the process of the cellular action potential.
In our theory, magnesium is also associated with the lungs. Those. 66-70 beats per minute provide vibrational energy to the respiratory process and the production of ATP. Even the normal breathing rate is synchronized with a pulse rate of 70 beats – the average healthy person breathes 16-20 times per minute (the cycle is 4-5 times slower than the pulse and the breathing rate divides the pulse rate by integer figure). Thus, the pulse rate of 70 beats just provides the body of a healthy adult with energy for breathing – a process without which life is possible only for a very short period of time.

On the other hand, another justification for the normal pulse rate of a healthy person can be given. We quote here the work [3]:

“”” For practical medicine, focused on expanding the capabilities of non-invasive (non-bloody) diagnostic methods, materials on the functional organization of living systems in a “golden” proportion are of some interest [8]. We are talking [5,8] about the time, amplitude and other indicators of the activity of the internal organs of a person and his functional systems. For example, in relation to the cardiovascular system in [3], attention was first drawn to the harmonic relations of the total systole / cardiac cycle and their ratios at rest and during physical activity were determined, equal to 0.368 and 0.632, respectively, and it has similarities with the “golden” numbers 0.382 and 0.618. However, the most complete mathematical analysis of the quantitative dependencies of some indicators of the cardiocycle with heart rate variations was made in [9], according to which the composition of the temporal, mechanical, and volumetric structures of the cardiocycle are based on the properties of the “golden section” and the Fibonacci number series. So, the temporal relations in the phase of systole and diastole, determined by the electrocardiogram, are close to the “golden” proportion and depend on the heart rate. A person has his own frequency of the “golden section” v3 c = 63 beats per minute, for which the duration of systole, diastole and cardiac cycle are correlated in a ratio of 0.382: 0.618: 1. In the case of, for example, stage one hypertension, this ratio takes the form [9]: 0.412: 0.588: 1. The golden ratio is also characterized by blood pressure (systolic, diastolic and pulse). A similar pattern was obtained in [9] for time intervals of a dynamocardiogram relative to the total duration of the cardiocycle. “”” End of quote.

The work [3] also confirms the hypothesis of pulse resonance represented here. A heart rate of 63 beats per minute corresponds to the Spleen Meridian (SP). The spleen in traditional Chinese medicine is a symbol of median, maturity, poise and harmony. Thus, the pulse resonance hypothesis receives additional confirmation of the truth in terms of establishing the association between the meridians, organs and pulse rate. The relationship between the pulse rate and the activity of acupuncture meridians (as well as organs associated with them) can be used fin area of express diagnostics.

For example:
– a constant pulse within 79 beats will indicate kidney disease,
– 83 bpm – heart defects (pericardium) are possible,
– 99 bpm – there are liver diseases.

From the foregoing, a method for the prevention and correction of the of the body condition may be applied:

– To support health, regular physical activity is necessary, allowing you to work at different heart rates activating different functional systems.

– To help in case of chronic diseases, it is possible artificially to maintain the necessary level of a frequency suitable for definite organs during the period of physical activity. For example, for the kidneys, long calm walking with a frequency of 79 beats per minute, and for the liver, a quick step with a frequency of 99 beats per minute. It is assumed that over a period of time of such a load, the cells of the affected functional system, working in synchronous rhythm with the whole body, will receive an energy impulse to restore.

These conclusions can be drawn from a simple heart rate.


[1] Sergei Fedotov. The correspondences between the sound vibrations and natural frequencies of acupuncture meridians. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/335061804
July 2019, DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.18872.08967
[2] Sergei Fedotov. ELEMENTS OF LIFE
November 2016 DOI: 10.12710/cardiometry.2016.9.4457
[3] V.V.Boronoev, HIERARCHY OF BIORITHMS IN THE HUMAN BODY, International Journal of Applied and Basic Research
ISSN 1996-3955, 2015. – No. 11 (part 1) – p. 37-40.

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