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MERIDIAN MAP  by Kelly Novak

meridians explainedMeridians are the “ENERGY HIGHWAYS” as I call them . Qi flows continuously from one meridian to another. Any break in the flow is an indication of imbalance. If a person’s vitality or energy is diminished it is an indication that the body’s organs or tissues are functioning poorly, therefore the Qi flow is not flowing smoothly.

The meridian healing system is based on  that an insufficient supply of Qi makes a person more open to disease or illness. It is important to Restore the Qi to a steady healthy flow to correct the overall health and well being of the client.

There are  twelve major meridians that correspond to specific human organs: kidneys, liver, spleen, pericardium,  heart, lungs, bladder, gall bladder, stomach, small and large intestines, and  San Jiao or the triple burner  (body temperature regulator). Yin meridians flow upwards. Yang meridians flow downwards. Pathways corresponding to the Yang organ is often used to treat disorders of its related Yin organ.

Meridians can be mapped throughout the body; they flow within the body  not on the surface, meridians exist in  pairs and each meridian has many acupuncture, or  pressure  points along its path.

The individual meridians themselves are often described as ‘channels’  or ‘vessels’ which reflects  carrying, holding, or transporting qi, blood and body fluids around the body.

It is easy to think of the meridians of the human body the same way as we think of the circulatory system, as the meridians are responsible for the distribution of the basic substances throughout the body just like the circulatory system, but it makes more sense to consider the meridian system as an energetic distribution network .

 I am quite  knowledgeable about these meridian channels, just as much as the Western Doctor is about anatomy and physiology of the physical body (of which I am also quite knowledgeable) !!  A Spiritual or Reiki Healer such as myself  must know how and where to access the Qi energy of the body to facilitate the healing process, which I do:)

There are twelve main meridians, or invisible channels, throughout the body with Qi  flows. Each limb is traversed by six channels, three Yin channels on the inside, and three Yang channels on the outside. Each of the twelve regular channels corresponds to the five Yin organs, the six Yang organs .

Each meridian is a Yin Yang pair, meaning each Yin organ is paired with its corresponding Yang Organ: the Yin Lung organ, for example, corresponds with the Yang large intestine.

Qi flows  through the twelve regular meridians or channels as listed: