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Meridians
(Jing meridians - Luo collaterals)

Meridians are mapped out energy channels first understood and explored by the ancient Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) creators and practitioners.
What are Meridiansthe regular channels
Meridians are energy conduits, most of the meridians connect with organs (ex. liver meridian or stomach meridian etc.) that feed and move chi, nutritive or psychic energy around the body.
How is a Meridian used
Meridians are energy pathways that connect (luo) to organs which rely on natural qi energy balance of the human organism for metaphysical health, should an imbalance of energy happen in one of the organs the body may reflect the imbalance by becoming physically or mentally diseased, the meridians are clustered with energy points along their pathways and correct manipulation of the right energy point, in the right way, for the appropriate amount of time could holistically re-balance the chi organ energy to eliminate illnesses.
Note: organs can also become diseased (other than virus, accident trauma, birth anomalies etc.) through physical or mental illness cause by either internal (anorexia, bulimia, overeating, mental abuse etc) of external factors (physical abuse, poor diet, gambling, drug addiction etc).
How many Meridians are there
There are twelve regular meridian (14) channels
1 & 2 - Lung - Large intestine
3 & 4 - Stomach - Spleen
5 & 6 - Heart - Small intestine
7 & 8 - Unitary bladder - Kidneys
9 & 10 - Pericardium - Triple warmer
11 & 12 - Gall bladder - Liver
(13 & 14 - Du Mai and Ren Mai)
Note: 15 meridians if you count the size of the spleen jingluo pericardium 6

Eight extraordinary meridians
The eight extraordinary meridians work closely with the Three Treasures, Emotions, Womb, Brain, Liver and Kidney's. Treatment using the eight channels to balance emotional problems is an advanced technique that should be approached skillfully and with care.
Eight Extraordinary Mentality
The mental aspects of each 8 master acupoints and the possible treatment indications can be viewed at their respective meridian Lung - Large intestine - Stomach - Spleen - Heart - Small intestine - Unitary bladder - Kidneys - Pericardium - Triple warmer - Gall bladder - Liver
Eight Extraordinary Energetic's
The qi energy (from opening the flood gates) that is released through treatment via the seas (and ditches) into the systems is very powerful, the extraordinary meridians energy will need to be (qigong - Yin/Yang) fully understood, not taken for granted and used in the right context otherwise the systems could become depleted or damage jing (by draining the seas), creating problems (such as amplifying mental illness and infertility etc) instead of encouraging balance, full respect for the life-force energy should be the watchword, after all compared with the universe our lives have the longevity of a mayfly, lets live that day in the sun (and moon).
Qi Direction
The direction of all the eight extraordinary channels energy is upwards, from yin to yang.
Note: Warning-the master acu-energy points of the 8 eight extraordinary meridians each have their own treatment applications, but when coupled with its supportive pairing that has its energy flow tapped into the extraordinary seas, the qi energy is amplified expediently (because the coupled points are bipolar), wrong application can drain the seas, therefore if the practitioner is using qi energy through acupuncture needles or via acupressure (draining their own qi) to improve therapeutic outcomes it is important for them to supplement personal qi energy (emotional and physical) through diet, qigong, taiji (qigong walking) and meditation, whilst instructing clients with the same therapies to supplement and improve healing qi energetic's between sessions.

Do the Eight Extraordinary Channels have their own energy points
Of the eight extraordinary channels the Du and Ren channels are the only meridians that have their own regular energy points, all of the other eight extraordinary channels share acupoints with the other meridians.
Note: the Ren and Du Channels can be quoted as either part of the 12 regular meridian system (making 14 regular regular meridians), or part of the 8 extraordinary vessel system (without Du and Ren - 6 extraordinary meridians).

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Eight extraordinary channels which include;
1. Ren Mai - vessel of Conception, (Sea of yin meridian)
Originates in the Uterus
Master Point Lung 7 (paired point Ki 6 - Yin Qiao Mai)
Paired points indications - Disorders of the throat, chest and lungs
Relating to: Kidney's, Uterus, Spinal cord and Brain (right (moon) hemisphere)
Emotional pairing indications - Extreme Sadness, no enjoyment for life left, neurosis and insomnia

Energy point Location of Master Energy Point Nerves and Blood Vessels
Lung 7
Lieque (luo)
Broken Sequence
1.5 cun posterior from the wrist crease in the depression below the radial styloid process of the radius bone, between M.brachioradialis and M.Abductor pollicis longus
Posterior & anterior anterbrachial cutaneous n.
Posterior & anterior anterbrachial A. & V.
Deep posterior interossous, radial & median n.
Physical Indications & Actions Mental Indications Methods of Treatments
Carpal arthritis, sore throat, cough, limb edema, rigid neck, urticaria, facial paralysis, urino-tract problems, reproductive disorders
Spreads lung qi, activating the lung meridian whilst dispersing and eliminating harmful influences, reproductive disorders, morning sickness, keeps foetus in the uterus and balances vaginal discharges Note: can encourage bronchitis in females if not balanced with Li4 or Li11
Bi-polar manic phase (takes energy out of the lunngs into the 6 yang vessels), out of control states indicated by manic breathing (laughter, worry, anxious breathing etc, the person has no control even if the-y want to stop), dispersing and balancing a changeable wind-mind
Acupuncture depth 0.5 - 0.8 cun
(15 degree traverse insertion)
Acupressure 5 to 10 min's of pressure
Moxabustion (if yin) - 5 to 10 min's
Meditation - Ren meridian (microcosmic orbit)
Essential Oils - TCM diagnosis
Qigong - Instruction
Emotion of Breath
The Ren Mai (vessel of conception) Sea of Yin regulator of the six yin meridians
Starts in the perineum moving up the front, centre of the body to below the upper chin with 24 main acupoints and 17 extraordinary acupoint connections, one energy centre is a master acupoint LU 7.

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2. Du Mai - Governing vessel (Sea of yang meridian)
Master Point Small Intestine 3 (paired point Ub 62 - Yang Qiao Mai)
Paired points indications - Disorders of the neck, shoulder, back and inner canthus
Relating to: Uterus and the Left Eye (left (sun) hemisphere)
Emotional pairing indications - Poor concentration, psychosis, insomnia, mania and phobias

Energy point Location of Master Energy Point Nerves and Blood Vessels
Small Intestine 3
Houxi (shu stream)
Back Stream
Clenched fist reveals a crease of skin behind the knuckle of the small finger. Point is found at the division of red and white skin on the crease
Ulnar nerve (dorsal branch)
Posterior carpal artery (Ulnar artery branch)
Venous network of the back (dorsal) of the hand
Physical Indications & Actions Mental Indications Methods of Treatments
Inflammation of the eyes, lumber, wrist, fingers (contractors) and lower arm pain, cervical-spine disorders, tinnitus, night sweats, intercostal neuralgia.
Regulating and spreading lung qi, relieving exterior syndromes and dispersing wind,
Reproductive disorders, morning sickness, keeps foetus in the uterus and balances vaginal discharges
Schizophrenia, hysteria, epilepsy, bi-polar depressive phase, shock, shock recovery (PTSD), stress tension
Promoting calmness in the heart by clearing obstructions in the channel
Maintenance - yang is at its height in summer and midday so dispersal techniques are used as precautionary prevention for a manic flare-up
Acupuncture depth 0.3 - 1 cun
(90 degree perpendicular insertion)
Acupressure 5 to 10 min's of pressure
Moxabustion (if yin) - 5 to 10 min's
Meditation - Du meridian (microcosmic orbit)
Essential Oils - TCM diagnosis
Qigong - Instruction
Emotion of Breath
Du Mai (governing vessel) Sea of Yang regulator of the six yang meridians
Starts in the perineum moving up the back, centre of the body to above mouth (gate of latter life) and the upper lip with 27 main acupoints with 18 extraordinary acupoint connections, one energy centre is a master acupoint Si 3.

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3. Chong Mai - Penetrating vessel (Sea of blood meridian)
Master Point Spleen 4 (paired point P6 - Yin Wei Mai)
Paired points indications - Disorders of the heart, chest and stomach
Relating to: Kidney's, Uterus, Spinal cord and Eye's
Emotional pairing indications - Phobic, nervous breakdown, forgetful, anxiety, no will power, sexually dulled with difficulty getting in the mood, emotionally sad and afraid

Energy point Location of Master Energy Point Nerves and Blood Vessels
Spleen 4
Gongsun (luo point)
Grandfather-Grandson
Medial side of the foot (inside), underneath the 1st metatarsus bone, in the depression 1 cun behind the joint of the big toe
Saphenous nerve, branch of the peroneal nerve (superficial)
Medial tarsal artery and dorsal venous network
Physical Indications & Actions Mental Indications Methods of Treatments
Injured, painful heel and ankle, digestive disorders, endometriosis, irregular menstruation, poor digestion, vomiting, gastric pain, abdominal pain, dysentery, excessive perspiration, stretch marks after pregnancy.
Dissolving damp and harmonizing the stomach to strengthen and regulate the spleen and spleen qi
Clearing and regulating the middle jiao, means clearing and regulating mental obstructions of the spleen - food assimilation, passing processed food to the stomach (and not out of the mouth), learning the ability to accept nourishment
Acupuncture depth 1 - 1.5 cun
(perpendicular insertion)
Acupressure 5 to 10 min's of pressure
Moxabustion (if yin) - 5 to 10 min's
Meditation - Chong meridian (3 circle standing)
Essential Oils - TCM diagnosis
Qigong - Instruction
Emotion of Breath
Chong Mai (penetrating vessel) Sea of Blood and Sea of the Twelve Meridians with a regulating influence on the twelve main meridians, starts in the perineum and follows the kidney meridian to below the sternum, stores true chi, whilst controlling pre-natal and post-natal chi. The chong mai Stomach 30, Kidney11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 and a master acupoint (Sp 4)

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4. Dai Mai (girdling vessel)
Master Point Gallbladder 41 (paired point Tw 5 - Yang Wei Mai)
Paired points indications - Disorders of the retroauricle, cheek, outer canthus
Relating to: Connects all the vessels to balance up and downward flowing qi
Emotional pairing indications - Stuttering, exhausted emotionally, stress tiredness

Energy point Location of Master Energy Point Nerves and Blood Vessels
Gallbladder 41
Zulinqi (shu stream)
Foot Governor of Tears
On the top of the foot (dorsum) on the curve angle between the fourth and fifth metatarsal bone in the lateral depression just behind the tendon extensor digiti minimi longus
Branch of the intermediate dorsal cutaneous nerve of the foot
Physical Indications & Actions Mental Indications Methods of Treatments
Paralysis on one side, headache on one side, loss of sensation after a stroke, lumber, abdominal and foot pain, facial paralysis, giddiness, blurred vision, smelly feet, breast ulcers, dispersing the liver and gallbladder.
Clearing heat and wind from the channel to bring relief from pain. Warming the channel when yang deficient.
Anger through bitterness which lashes out all the time at everything external, internal frustration with feelings of should have/ could have, is like being sucker punched below the belt, the only way out is to let go via sorrowful drinking (or drugs) to forget. Needs to learn how to live in the medative letting go breath of the lungs and heart instead of self abuse strangling the breath
Acupuncture depth 0.5 - 0.8 cun
(perpendicular insertion)
Acupressure 5 to 10 min's of pressure
Moxabustion (if yin) - 5 to 10 min's
Meditation - Du meridian (microcosmic orbit)
Essential Oils - TCM diagnosis
Qigong - Instruction
Emotion of Breath
Dai Mai (girdling vessel) Belt Channel, locate at navel (gate of former life) level to encircle the waist like a belt, dai mai has 3 bilateral shared acupoints, Gallbladder 26, 27, 28 and a master acupoint Gb 41.

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5. Yin Wei (protective) Mai - Yin nourishing meridian (yin linking vessel)
Master Point Pericardium 6 (paired point Sp 4 - Chong Mai)
Paired points indications - Disorders of the heart, chest and stomach
Relating to: All Zang-fu organs, yin binding function
Emotional pairing indications - Phobic, nervous breakdown, forgetful, anxiety, no will power, sexually dulled with difficulty getting in the mood, emotionally sad and afraid

Energy point Location of Master Energy Point Nerves and Blood Vessels
Pericardium 6
Neiguan (luo)
Inner Pass
On the inner arm 2 cun distance above the wrist crease between tendons palmaris longus and flexor carpi radialis
Medial and lateral cutaneous nerve, deep median nerve, deep interosseous nerve, anterior interosseous artery and vein, median artery and vein
Physical Indications & Actions Mental Indications Methods of Treatments
Chest and rib pain, stomachache, vomiting palpitations, rheumatic heart disease , shock, asthma, migraine, post-operative pain, sore throat, jaundice, disharmony of the spleen and stomach, excessive bleeding after pregnancy.
Tranquilizing the heart, descending rebellious qi whilst relieving irritable feelings and harmonizing the stomach
Nervous breakdown, epilepsy, Irresponsible behaviour through not taking personal responsibility moving into depressive/anxiety phases because things are not going the right way, hysterical behavioral patterns.
Regulating qi taking yin balancing energy to yang
Acupuncture depth 0.5 - 1.5 cun
(perpendicular insertion)
Acupressure 5 to 10 min's of pressure
Moxabustion (if yin) - 5 to 10 min's
Meditation
Essential Oils - TCM diagnosis
Qigong - Instruction
Emotion of Breath
Yin Wei Mai ( yin linking vessel) Great Regulator Channel binding the six regular yin channels, starting at the inner ankle moving up the inner leg following the spleen channel and up to the throat with 2 single, 6 bilateral shared acupoints, Ren 22, 23, Liver 14, Kidney 9, Spleen 12, 13, 15, 16 and a master acupoint P 6.

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6. Yang Wei (protective) Mai - Yang nourishing meridian (yang linking vessel)
Master Point Triple Warmer 5 (paired point Gb 41 - Dai Mai)
Paired points indications - Disorders of the retroauricle, cheek, outer canthus
Relating to: Ears, yang binding function
Emotional pairing indications - Stuttering, exhausted emotionally, stress tiredness

Energy point Location of Master Energy Point Nerves and Blood Vessels
Triple Warmer 5
Waiguan (luo)
Outer pass
On the outer arm 2 cun distance above the wrist crease between the radius ulner bones
Posterior antebrachial cutaneous and interossous nerves, radium nerve, median nerve anterior interossous nerve
Posterior and interossous artery and vein
Physical Indications & Actions Mental Indications Methods of Treatments
Forearm pain, stiff neck, fever, headache, tinnitus, cold, fever, arm numbness and joint pain, infections of the upper respiratory tract, ear diseases, acute eye inflammation, hemiparalysis, enuresis, constipation, increases wei (protective qi), releases heat, moves all yang energy to yin for balance
Dispersing wind, moving obstructions and de congesting to activate the channel
Psychosomatic tightness in the upper chest, stomach and pelvis which needs to become free flowing to adjust the protective thought and expressive energy of the mind instead of self sabotaging, inward turning depressive anger, stuck in a cycle of fear
Acupuncture depth 1 - 1.5 cun
(perpendicular insertion)
Acupressure 5 to 10 min's of pressure
Moxabustion (if yin) - 5 to 10 min's
Meditation
Essential Oils - TCM diagnosis
Qigong - Instruction
Emotion of Breath
Yang Wei Mai (yang linking vessel) Great Regulator Channel binding the six regular yang channels starting at the outer foot moving up the outer leg, outer back, shoulder to the eye with 2 single, 13 bilateral shared acupoints, Du 15, 16, Gallbladder 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 35, Small Intestine 10, Triple Heater 15, Unitary Bladder 63 and a master acupoint Tw 5.

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7. Yin Qiao (motivational) Mai (yin heel "walking/balance" vessel)
Master Point Kidney 6 (paired point Lu 7 - Ren Meridian)
Paired points indications - Disorders of the throat, chest and lungs
Relating to: Ears, Eye's, Brain, Pharynx and Larynx
Emotional pairing indications - Extreme Sadness, no enjoyment for life left, neurosis and insomnia

Energy point Location of Master Energy Point Nerves and Blood Vessels
Kidney 6
Zhaohai
Shinning Sea
In the depression below the medial (inside) malleolus (bony protrusion) of the ankle
Medial crural cutaneous nerves, deep tibial nerve
Posterior tibial artery and vein
Physical Indications & Actions Mental Indications Methods of Treatments
Limb movement and balance
Concussion emergency point
Tonsillitis, irregular menstruation, sore throat with thirst, edema, eye pain, prolapsed uterus pre menstrual tension migraine, prutitus vulvae, one sided stroke, leucorrhoea, itching genital region, tinnitus
Easing soreness in the throat, removing stuffiness in the chest
Excessive yang chi behaviour - Mania, epilepsy, hysterical behaviour, agitated restlessness, insomnia, lack of balance to the centre (bi-polar)
Enriching yin qi to pacify the spirit
Acupuncture depth 0.3 - 0.5 cun
(perpendicular insertion)
Acupressure 5 to 10 min's of pressure
Moxabustion (if yin) - 3 to 5 min's
Meditation
Essential Oils - TCM diagnosis
Qigong - Instruction
Emotion of Breath
Yin Qiao Mai (yin heel vessel) Bridge Channel, a bridge for yin energy which descends chi and helps fluid flow upwards starting at the inner ankle moving up the inner leg up to the inner eye with 3 bilateral shared acupoints, Unitary Bladder 1, Kidney 6, 8 and a master acupoint Ki 6.

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8. Yang Qiao (motivational) Mai (yang heel "walking/balance" vessel)
Master Point Unitary bladder 62 (paired point Si 3 - Du Mai)
Paired points indications - Disorders of the neck, shoulder, back and inner canthus
Relating to: Ears, Eye's, Brain, Pharynx and Larynx
Emotional pairing indications - Poor concentration, psychosis, insomnia, mania and phobias

Energy point Location of Energy Point Nerves and Blood Vessels
Unitary bladder 62
Shenmai
Extending Vessel
In the depression below the lateral (outside) malleolus (bony protrusion) of the ankle
Sural nerve
Small saphenous vein posteroexternal malleolar artery and vein
Physical Indications & Actions Mental Indications Methods of Treatments
Limb movement and balance
Pain in the heel, headache, muscle cramps, waist and leg pain, tinnitus, one sided stroke, backache, ankle arthritis, painful skin
Mania, schizophrenia, depression,(bi-polar, insomnia, cerebrospinal meningitis, paranoia, in a dazed state that cannot relate to reality, dizziness
Mental disorders enter the brain, being asleep or awake.
Clears and cools the spirit
Acupuncture 0.3 - 0.5cun
(traverse insertion)
Acupressure 5 to 10 min's of pressure
Moxabustion (if yin) - 3 to 5 min's
Meditation
Essential Oils - TCM diagnosis
Qigong - Instruction
Emotion of Breath
Yang Qiao Mai (yang heel vessel) Bridge Channel, a bridge for yang energy which descends chi and helps fluid flow upwards, starting at the outer foot moving up the outer leg, outer back, shoulder to the eye and into the brain with 1 single, 11 bilateral shared acupoints, Du 16, Gallbladder 20, 29, Unitary Bladder 1, 59, 61, 62, Stomach 1, 3, 4, Large Intestine 15, 16 and a master acupoint Ub 62.

8 Extraordinary Acupuncture Crossroadsbackshu points
Acupuncture points of the eight extraordinary channels cross past and connect with energy points of the twelve (14) regular meridians, and their qi energy manipulation points can be accessed at these energetic crossroads.
What is the purpose of the Eight Extraordinary Meridians
The eight extraordinary channels are like great lakes (or inland seas) of energy that have tides and currents (the 12 regular meridians are a liken to rivers of energy).
When the chi energy system wants to store energy the surplus is poured into the lakes (eight extraordinary channels), and when the regular channels are weak or blocked the eight extraordinary channels are drawn upon as a life support to supplement the main energy systems that connect to organs and throughout the bodies energetic's.
The eight extraordinary channels have an infinity to the kidneys because they circulate Jing qi, and Jing chi (origin of life chi - pre natal chi and post natal chi) resides in the kidneys.
Eight Extraordinary Meridians and Defensive Wei Qi Energy
The eight extraordinary channels encourage and promote wei chi (defensive/protective chi) circulation.
Eight Extraordinary Meridians and Mental Health
The eight extraordinary channels are the go to channels to re-balance the body should all else fail, especially when it comes to mental health, the eight extraordinary channels can act as the psychiatric nurse to the systems.
Qigong and the Eight Extraordinary Channels
the eight extraordinary channels are use extensively through the art of qigong and qigong meditation to promote health and longevity, which, when combined with acupuncture or moxabustion therapies is a powerful tool for physical and mental health problems, especially stress related illnesses and fertility (infertility) dysfunctions.front mu acupoint

Other Meridians

Muscle and Tendon
Muscle and tendon meridians only carry Yang energy (such as ying chi, wei chi), they have no defining meridians, but are more like a fine network of branches that accompany the main meridians, the energy of the qi (ying chi, wei chi) radiates from acu-points that cover the muscles and body surface. Wei chi protects and defends the body from pathogens, viruses and TCM diseases, whilst ying chi seeps in and nourishes the muscles and joints
Divergent channels
, Muscle channels and Cutaneous regions, a fine network of tiny meridians known as Luo, and fifteen connecting channels that connect the twelve regular meridians (Du and Ren channels and an extra connection for the spleen, because of the spleens large energetic functionality it needs two connections).
Total Meridians 27
If all of the main meridians and sub-channels were counted the total meridian vessels would come to approximately 72.

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