Chan Ding for Autism Prevention – Hypothesis of Brain Plasticity by Tri-Mailuns Activation
Pei-Chen Lo1, Ming-Liang Huang2, Jung-Cheng Chen3

1Prof. Pei Chen Lo, Department of Electrical Engineering, National Chiao Tung University, Ta Hsueh Road, Hsinchu Taiwan.
2Dr. Ming-Liang Huang, Shakyamuni Buddhist Foundation, Taipei Taiwan.
3Mr. Jung Cheng Chen, PhD. Research, Department of Electrical Engineering, University, National Chiao Tung.
Manuscript received on 17 August 2015 | Revised Manuscript received on 25 August 2015 | Manuscript Published on 30 August 2015 | PP: 16-24 | Volume-5 Issue-3, August 2015 | Retrieval Number: C2171085315/15©BEIESP
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Abstract: ASD (autism spectrum disorder) prevalence has doubled in Taiwan since 2007. Like those with depression and stress syndrome, more autism individuals seek solution in heart to-heart imprint sealing (HHIS) Chan Ding. HHIS Chan Ding, the unique practice of orthodox Chan Buddhism, has aroused more attention since 1990s due to its preventive capability and therapeutic effect explored in mailuns activation. In recent years, more successful cases demonstrate the positive effects of Chan Ding on ASD individuals. This paper mainly reports 1) the hypothesis for preventing ASD prevalence by HHIS Chan Ding, and 2) the results of ASQ (Autism Screening Questionnaire) survey on Chan-Ding and control volunteers. The effectiveness of Chan Ding on reducing ASD prevalence is hypothesized by 1) the optimal Yin-Yang balance (Tai-Ji) and WuXing efficiency of meridian networks driven by mailuns, in accordance with the principles in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), and 2) the unique neuroplasticity for realizing the new body-mind-spirit interfacing with detached brain dominated by true heart. The essential mechanism involves the brain reformation by trimailuns activation in Chan Ding that rewires the entire neural network. Meridian-energy results exhibit significant enhancement of Yin-Yang balance and WuXing efficiency after Chan Ding. ASQ statistics reveal prominent benefit of legcrossing posture.
Keywords: Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Brain Plasticity, Chan-Buddhist Chan Ding, Yin-Yang Balance.

Scope of the Article: Network Coding