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The Body Meridians

The Energy (Qi) Network of the Body


The Body Meridians can be used for Treatment and Diagnosis.

Energy blockages whether from stress, an injury or trauma, or bad living habits (diet, habits/addictions, lack of exercise) can be traced to the root of all health (physical/mental/spiritual) problems.



Our energy flow affects how we feel, how we think, and our health situation. When the body's life-force energy (Qi) becomes blocked, various imbalances result.

For centuries, in China, Japan, Tibet, India and other countries, life has been considered as a bio-electrical/vibrational energy phenomenon.

It is only because of the existence of this energy in our body that we can move, breathe, digest food… think and even feel. 

This energy is called 'Prana', 'Chetana' or 'Qi' (Chi). Qi is composed of two kinds of forces: 'Yin' and 'Yang'. A person remains in good health if there is harmony and balance between these two forces.

If the balance is disturbed, that is, if the flow of one of these forces is greater than the other, illness arises. These forces – energies – flow through definite channels in the body, called 'body meridians' (body's healing energy pathways).


Meridian massage therapy (Meridian flush and Meridian tapping) and Acupressure - use the Acupressure meridian chart - (as well as Acupuncture and other energy flow techniques) promote balance and health.



The Meridian System

There are 14 Main Body Meridians

12 Paired Meridians and 2 Single Meridians

Meridian Pairs complement each other -

  • one Yin (energy flowing up ↑)

and the other

  • Yang (energy flowing down ↓)



12 primary paired meridians:

6 yang and 6 yin – yin and yang forming a pair.

Stomach meridian (yang)  flows to the ↑ Spleen meridian (yin)

Heart meridian (yin)  flows to the ↓ Small Intestine meridian (yang)

Bladder meridian (yang)  flows to the ↑ Kidney meridian (yin)

Pericardium meridian (yin)  flows to ↓ Triple Warmer meridian (yang)

Gallbladder meridian (yang) flows to the ↑ Liver meridian (yin)

Lung meridian (yin)  flows to the ↓ Large Intestine meridian (yang)


And 2 single mid- meridians:

Governing Vessel – flows to the Conception Vessel


acupressure chart

The Meridian Elements

Each Meridian is related to an Element: Earth, Metal, Fire, Wood or Water.

Understanding the five meridian elements, gives us tools for treatment...



The Meridian Clock

Each Meridian is most active at certain times of the day/night

The Meridian Clock - or Horary Clock is helpful in pin-pointing deficient or over-active meridian function.

Studying the meridian pathways and Acupressure points for transmitting Qi healing energy is key to transformational energy work. 


Related Pages

* Principles of Qi - Yin and Yang

* The Meridian Clock

* The Meridian Flush

* Five Elements Healing

* 7 Emotions


* Law of Vibration

* Light and Color

* Sound and Resonance

* Body Frequencies

* Consciousness and Intent


* Chakra Colors

* Chakra Balancing


* Acupressure Points

* Maintaining Good Health

* Boosting the Immune System

* Balancing Emotions

* Flushing out Toxins

* Stress, Worry, Anxiety and the Blues





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The information on this site is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose or treat any condition.