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The Switchboard of Your Body by: Rama Venkataraman

This attempts to examine how the corresponding ear-points can help in improving the body’s working. It also provides detailed explanations with tables and diagrams of various disorders that can be cured by using the acupuncture methods.



ISBN: 9788182650213
Year Of Publication: 2012
Edition: 1st
Pages : 107 p.
Bibliographic Details : Maps, b/w photographs, Appendices; Glossary; Bibliography; Indices
Language : English
Binding : Paperback
Publisher: Srikunj Sadbhawana Manch
Size: 23cm
Weight: 200


Among the many reflexology parts a human body has, ear is most unique and significant.
Ear is rich in nerve endings and placed at outer rim of the skull, vibrating with energy. In the ear body’s representation corresponds to a child in mother’s womb, curled in an upside down manner. Because of this the ear cure mechanism is also effective in curing problems originated in the womb.
Ear acts like the body’s radar reflecting its working precisely. When these reflex points are activated the sensitive ear nerves carry the return cure reflexes as electromagnetic waves to the organs and body parts, the body responds quickly and diseases are cured.
This is a wonderful effective nature cure through its remote control operation.
This book will serve as a guide to variety of readers especially those interested in traditional medicine and healing systems.
Nature’s gift to mankind.


1. Ear : The Reflector of your body
• Important Nerve and Blood Supply to Ear
• Important Reflex Points of the Ear
• Representation of the Body in the Ear
• Structure of the Ear
2. Representation of body parts
• Earlobe
• Anti-Helix and Anti-tragus
• Scapha
• Helix
• The Triangular Deltoid Fossa
• Tragus
• Cavum Conchae (Supra-tragic Notch, Inter-tragic Notch)
• Mouth, Oesophagus, Cardiac Orifice and Part of Stomach
• Cymba Conchae
• The Back of the Ear
3. Important Therapeutic Points
• The Primary Master Points
• Secondary Master Points
• Endocrine Glands
4. The Chinese Functional Meridian Points
• Heart
• Lungs
• Liver
• Spleen
• Kidney
• Small Intestine
• Large Intestine
• Stomach
• Gall Bladder
• Urinary Bladder
5. Five-element concept
• Five Elements
• Creative Cycle
• Controlling Cycle
• Anti-Creative Cycle
• Anti-Controlling Cycle
6. Therapeutics
• Examination of the Ear
• Use of Different Probes
• Modalities of Treatment
• Evaluating the Treatment Points
• Precautions
• Physiognomy of the Ear
7. Treatments
• Treatment for Disorders
Respiratory — Circulatory — Digestive — Gynaecological — Psychological — Kidney and Urinary — Liver — Back Pain and Arthritis — Neurological Pain — Eyesight — Hearing — Glandular and Sexual — Skin and Allergies — Migraine and Headache
8. Case Histories
9. Organ Map in the Ear

Meet the Author
Dr (Ms) Rama Venkataraman has translated with great clarity and lucidity seven major Upanishadic plays from Tamil and provided the summaries for each at the beginning of the play to bring out the themes and concepts to the reach of English knowing populace and the younger generation alike. She was aided in her efforts by Shri A.V.V.S. Kamaraju who illustrated the text with his sketches which brought out further clarity to many an abstract portion of the play. The author has a Doctorate in Environmental Sociology and is an avid practitioner of Acupuncture. She has several easy to understand books to her credit on this forte too. The other publication to her credit is Ladakh -- A Himalayan Treasure, a socio-cultural book dealing with tourism aspects.
Books of Rama Venkataraman