Videos with the Chinese meridian system

It’s interesting to study different modalities, to check out where the similarities are, and where they differ, there’s a lot to learn, there are Jin Shin Jyutsu classes where we can learn to draw the flows – I haven’t been able to go to a class like that yet, but hopefully I can soon enough… in the meanwhile, I will study videos like these, and will compare notes…

The 12 meridians:

The lung meridian has 11 points originating in the chest and terminating at the thumb.
The large intestine meridian has 20 points originating on the index finger and terminating at the nose.
The stomach meridian has 45 points originating below the eye and terminating at the second toe.
The spleen meridian has 21 points beginning on the big toe and terminating on the rib cage.
The heart meridian has 9 points originating at the armpit and terminating at the small finger.
The mall intestine meridian has 19 points originating at the small finger and terminating at the ear.
The urinary bladder meridian has 67 points originating at the eye and terminating at the small toe.
The kidney meridian has 27 points originating on the bottom of the foot and terminating at the clavicle.
Pericardium meridian (which is called Diaphragm in Jin Shin Jyutsu) has 9 points originating at the chest and terminating at the tip of the middle finger.
Triple heater/San Jiao (which is called Umbilicus in Jin Shin Jyutsu) has 23 points originating at the end of the ring finger and terminating at the lateral side of the eyebrow.
The gall bladder meridian has 44 points originating at the temporal region and terminating at the fourth toe.
The liver meridian has 14 points originating at the second toe and terminating at the rib cage.

 

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