Sen Sib Theory | Energy Lines

Published: Apr 25, 2020 | Updated: Jul 14, 2021

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Sen Sib Theory | Energy Lines

The philosophical part of the Thai Massage Sib Sen theory is quite similar to that of Chinese Traditional Medicine and Indian Ayurvedic Medicine, which are based on Life Energy (Prana, Lom Pran or Qi) running through specific pathways (the Sen, Nadis, Channels or Meridians).

Moreover, it is believed that an unobstructed supply and balanced distribution of Life Energy is of key importance to a person’s health and well-being.

Life Energy or Life Force in Thai Massage is called Lom Pran, which means Wind of Life. A blockage or obstruction in the flow of Lom Pran causes discomforts, diseases or illnesses to a person.

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Sib Sen philosophy (or doctrine) claims the following as its main principles:

  • The word Sen means path, line or channel and Sib means ten (10).
  • The Sib Sen start their trajectories under the abdominal surface around the navel and end at the openings, endings or extremities of the body.
  • There are 72 000 Sen lines in total and ten principal Sens; all other Sens branch from these ten Sens.
  • The Sen are material but invisible and made up of highly subtle matter; they can neither be seen with the eye nor with help of microscopical equipment.
  • The Sen are not blood vessels, lymph canals, nerves, tendons or ligaments.
  • There is Wind, Subtle Breath or Life Energy (Lom Pran) running through the Sen.
  • A Sen Line can get blocked or broken, and if so, Life Energy or Wind can get obstructed or leak and may cause illness.
  • Life Energy or Wind transforms into different types of energies in the body.
  • Some Sen Lines overlap and their overlapping parts have the functionality of the respective Sen. Otherwise said, a Prana trajectory can have more than one type of Wind.
  • The Sen have an infinite number of acupressure point locations on the lines that influence the flow of Life Energy. Nevertheless, there are a range of pressure points that have special therapeutic functionality.

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