The Meridian Clock...

Meridian Clock, Meridian Flow Wheel or Horary Clock

The Meridian clock is a very efficient tool for diagnosis of energy imbalances... and treatment.

The human body has 12 meridians - each meridian complements an opposite meridian.

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The Meridian Clock...

Meridian Clock -

Each of the 12 meridians flows in an up- or down-wards direction - one flows into another. Keeping these lines/channels open is essential for good health. The energy of each organ meridian is strongest for 2 hours in specific cycles, completing a 24 hour cycle every day.

6 meridians are 'Yin' in quality and move upwards and 6 are 'Yang' and move downwards.

Each meridian comes into its highest action at a certain time of day... this is when its paired meridian at it's lowest. 12 hours later, the change is complete... with what was down, now at its peak!

Each meridian is influenced by an element or season - there are Five Elements - Water, Wood, Fire, Earth and Metal.

You can become familiar with your body cycles by noticing the changes in the way you feel at different times of the day/night.

The meridian clock graphic is helpful for quick reference.

System check...

Do you get tired at a particular times of day? Are you prone, at certain times of the day, to headaches? Are you irritable? When? Grumpy? Energetic? Sharp?

The energy cycle is fairly similar in all of us... we just have to pay attention to it.

We can optimize these cycles by focusing on the meridians - and acu-points - this way bringing balance in the energy flow.

The Meridians - General Overview

Stomach Meridian (yang) 7am - 9am

Stomach problems, abdominal pain, distension, edema, vomiting, sore throat, facial paralysis, upper gum toothache, nose bleeding, pain along the meridian

Spleen Meridian (yin) 9am - 11am

Problems of the spleen and pancreas, abdominal distension, jaundice, general weakness and sluggishness, tongue problems, vomiting, pain and swellings along the course of the meridian

Heart Meridian (yin) 11am - 1pm (13:00)

Heart problems, dryness of the throat, jaundice, pain along the course of the meridian

Small Intestine Meridian (yang) 1pm - 3pm (15:00)

Pain in the lower abdomen, sore throat, swelling or paralysis of face, deafness, pain along the meridian

Bladder Meridian (yang) 3pm - 5pm (17:00)

Bladder problems, headache, eye diseases, neck and back problems, pain along the back of the leg

Kidney Meridian (yin) 5pm - 7pm (19:00)

Kidney problems, lung problems, dry tongue, lumbago, edema, constipation, diarrhea, pain and weakness along the course of the meridian

Pericardium Meridian (yin) 7pm - 9pm (21:00)

Poor circulation, angina, palpitation, diseases of the sexual glands and organs, irritability, pain along the course of the meridian

Triple Warmer Meridian - Gland Meridian (yang) 9pm - 11pm (23:00)

Diseases of the thyroid and adrenal glands, ear problems, sore throat, abdominal distension, edema, swelling of cheek, pain along the meridian

Gallbladder Meridian (yang) 11pm - 1am

Gall bladder problems, ear diseases, migraine, hip problems, dizziness, pain along the meridian

Liver Meridian (yin) 1am - 3am

Liver problems, lumbago, vomiting, hernia, urination problems, pain in the lower abdomen and along the course of the meridian

Lung Meridian (yin) 3am - 5am

Respiratory diseases, sore throat, cough, common cold, pain in the shoulder and along the meridian

Large Intestine Meridian (yang) 5am - 7am

Abdominal pain, constipation, diarrhea, sore throat, toothache in the lower gum, nasal discharge and bleeding, pain along the course of the meridian

Governing Vessel

Spinal problems, mental disorders, fever, nose problems, headaches

Conception Vessel

Diseases of the urogenital system, hernia, cough, breathing difficulties, breast problems

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