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Ghalige (Ghatis / Naligai) is a time-point since time immemorial for the Hindus. Before undertaking any work, particularly good work, they study the ghalige and fix the time - for marriage, thread ceremony, etc.
Acupuncture in ghalige:
Ghalige has twelve divisions - two hours each, 12-cycles in a day of 24-hours. Acupuncture has 12-channels and these channels represent the 12-cycles.
Treatment of ghalige in acupuncture:
Prana means a unit of pancha mahabhootha & ida-pingala. Prana circulates the human body every day with these 12-channels. Ghalige means a time-point, in which the Prana is hidden. It also means Prana-time. Human beings don't feel 'well' (healthy) always. There are ghalige when they feel 'not-well'. It means man feels differently at different ghalige. For example: it is morning 9-11. Many people feel well and many people feel not-well. What does it mean? Why do they feel well or not-well? Acupuncture tells that Prana is strong when he feels well and Prana is weak when he feels not-well and offers therapy.
Acupuncture tells that a time or ghalige and also acupuncture point is made out of pancha mahabhootha - heavenly points and maasas (months) - earthly points. It is like this - akasha in agni; akasha in earth; jala in agni; jala in earth - it goes on like this till a cycle is completed.
If a person does not feel well at a particular time, an acupuncturist finds out which combination is giving him the not-well feeling - agni in jala or vaayu in akasha, etc., and needles the suitable points.
This method of treatment is called 'Time acupuncture of ghalige'. This ghalige makes a journey into hourly-daily-monthly-yearly cycle and it is called 'four-pillars of destiny'. This 'destiny-ghalige' is responsible for making day & night; today & tomorrow; good & bad; birth & death; tossing the human beings into happiness & unhappiness; rain & draught; etc. Everything a man can think of and beyond his imagination is in the ghalige. It is possible to read a lot more of a ghalige. It is the creator of "Brahmanda".
- Raghavendrachar (Yoga shikshak & sujok acupuncturist), Bangalore, India