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  6/30/2014 Acupressure Pointshttp://www.eclecticenergies.com/acupressure/points.php 1/5 ChakrasAcupressureExercisesEnneagramI ChingEgo Acupressure Points Acupressure points for emotional well-being. Their location, photograph, use and warningsare listed. Each point is on the left, as well as on the right, on the body.GB-44KI-3KI-4KI-6LI-11LI-4LIV-1LIV-2LIV-3LU-1LU-3LU-7LU-9P-7SI-19SI-5SP-6ST-36TB-17TB-5 GB-44 Name:  Yin Portals of the Foot (GallBladder 44) Location:  On the fourth toe, in the outer corner of the nail (so near the smallest toe). Use:  Press. Effects:  Enhances decisiveness and focus,while resolving anger. For timidity. KI-3 Name:  Supreme Stream (Kidney 3) Location:  On the inside of the foot, halfway between the Achilles-tendon and the side of the ankle-bone. Use:  Press. Effects:  Heals effects on the body of too much fear. (Also for lower backpain.) KI-4 Name:  Great Bell (Kidney 4) Location:  On the inside of the foot, near the Achilles-tendon, levelwith the lower part of the ankle-bone. Use:  Press. Warning:  Using this point to go against your heart or beyond yourlimits will damage your health even further. This will be the casewhen there are dark circles around your eyes. Effects:  Strengthens the will and dispels fear. For timidity. KI-6 Name:  Shining Sea (Kidney 6) Location:  On the inside of the foot, directly below the middle of the ankle bone.  6/30/2014 Acupressure Pointshttp://www.eclecticenergies.com/acupressure/points.php 2/5 Use:  Press. Effects:  Heals effects on the body of too much fear. Enhances vision. LI-11 Name:  Crooked Pond (Large Intestine 11) Location:  On the side of the elbow, on the outer side of the arm. Bendyour forearm with your hand towards your neck, the point is located atthe end of the crease at the elbow. This is halfway up the side of thearm. Use:  Reduce, so move your finger in counterclockwise direction overthis point. Warning:  Use this point only when there is Heat, as when you're red inthe face or your skin feels hot to the touch and you're feeling warmfrom prolonged anger (not from exertion). Don't use when weak or lowon energy. Effects:  Heals effects on the body of too much anger.move counterclockwise(click for video) LI-4 Name:  Joining of the Valleys (LargeIntestine 4) Location:  On the top side of the hand, onthe web between thumb and index finger.To locate, squeeze the thumb against thebase of the index finger. The point islocated on the highest point of the bulgeof the muscle, level with the end of the crease. Use:  Press. Warning:  Don't use this point during pregnancy. Effects:  Letting go of grief. Calms. LIV-1 Name:  Great Esteem (Liver 1) Location:  On the big toe, at the bottom corner of the nail at theside of the other toes. Use:  Press. Effects:  Assertiveness, discerning when to go along with others andwhen to assert oneself. Self-esteem. LIV-2 Name:  Moving Between (Liver 2) Location:  On the foot, between the big toe and the second toe, a half thumb width from the margin of the web. Use:  Reduce, so move your finger in counterclockwise direction overthis point. Warning:  Use this point only when there is Heat, as when you're red inthe face or your skin feels hot to the touch and you're feeling warmfrom prolonged anger (not from exertion). Don't use when weak or lowon energy. Effects:  Heals effects on the body of too much anger.move counterclockwise(click for video) LIV-3 Name:  Great Surge (Liver 3)  6/30/2014 Acupressure Pointshttp://www.eclecticenergies.com/acupressure/points.php 3/5 Location:  On the foot, on the line between the big toe and the secondtoe. The point is located about 3 finger widths from the edge, in thedepression the size of a finger tip you can feel there. Use:  Reduce, so move your finger in counterclockwise direction overthis point. Warning:  Don't use when weak or low on energy (in that case use SP-6instead). Effects:  Relaxes and unblocks emotions (especially repressed anger).Depression.move counterclockwise(click for video) LU-1 Name:  Middle Palace (Lung 1) Location:  On the top of the chest, under the shoulder. First locatethe depression under the end of the clavicle, next to the muscle. LU-1is one thumbwidth under this point, slightly to the side. Use:  Press. Effects:  For internal emptiness and making contact to one's innerworth. (Also for cough and asthma.) LU-3 Name:  Heavenly Palace (Lung 3) Location:  On the upper arm, one handwidth under the armpit (axillary fold).The point is located in the depression between the muscles from theshoulder and the biceps (under the shoulder muscle). Use:  Press. Effects:  For grief, feelings of loss and longing, internal emptiness andmaking contact to one's inner worth. (Also for cough and asthma.) LU-7 Name:  Broken Sequence (Lung 7) Location:  Keep your hand with the nail of the thumb up. Move yourthumb up and back (away from the palm of your hand), this reveals adepression at the bottom of the thumb, called the anatomicsnuffbox (between two tendons). Move your finger from theanatomic snuffbox along the side of your lower arm, until you feel abone sticking out (about a thumb's width from it). LU-7 is located onthat bone, in between the two tendons you feel there. You can press it with the nail of your thumbor index finger. Use:  Press. Effects:  Heals effects on the body of too much grief. LU-9 Name:  Very Great Abyss (Lung 9) Location:  On the palm-side of the wrist, in the depression beneaththe thumb, between the point where you can feel your pulse and thetendon that goes to your thumb. Use:  Press. To increase the effectiveness of this point, combine itwith SP-6 or ST-36. Effects:  For grief, feelings of loss and longing, spiritual emptiness,many regrets. (Also moistens skin, and for cough and asthma.) P-7 Name:  Great Mount (Pericardium 7) Location:  On the middle of the palm-side of the wrist, in thedepression between the two tendons, on or just below the crease of   6/30/2014 Acupressure Pointshttp://www.eclecticenergies.com/acupressure/points.php 4/5 the wrist. Use:  Reduce, so move your finger in counterclockwise direction overthis point. Warning:  Don't use when weak or low on energy. Effects:  Heals effects on the body of too much joy or emotion.Also diminishes nervousness.move counterclockwise(click for video) SI-19 Name:  Palace of Hearing (Small Intestine 19) Location:  Near the ear, just before the small projection in front of theear canal. The point is located in the depression that forms when themouth is opened. Use:  Press. Warning:  Don't use on a regular basis; this point is meant for gaininginsight only. Effects:  To focus and listen to one's heart and the hearts of others. SI-5 Name:  Yang Valley (Small Intestine 5) Location:  Near the wrist, on the pinky-side of the hand. It is afinger's width under the crease of the wrist, in the depression justabove the bone that is sticking out. It's not straight above thebone, but straight under the pinky finger. Use:  Press. Effects:  Improves concentration, reduces distractability. Clarity of mind to distinguish the right path to take among several. SP-6 Name:  Three Yin Intersection (Spleen 6) Location:  On the inside of the lower leg, one hand width (four fingers) above the tip of the anklebone, on the back of the shin bone. Use:  Press. Warning:  Don't use this point duringpregnancy. Effects:  Calms, relaxes and reducesirritability. Heals effects on the body of too much fear, worrying and thinking.(Also used for gynaecological conditions.) ST-36 Name:  Leg Three Miles (Stomach 36) Location:  On the front of the leg, one hand width(four fingers) below the kneecap, on the outside, inthe depression between the shinbone and the legmuscle. What can go wrong is that you may belocating it somewhat too low on the leg. The point isimmediately one hand breadth below the kneecap, soif you'd use something thick, like a finger, you mightget half a finger breadth to low. It's at the outside of the bone that's on the front of the lower leg, one finger breadth from the crest of that bone. Use:  Press. A fingernail or thumbnail is particularly suited for this point, as you will be able to pressmore closely to the bone and on a broad range. Warning:  Using this point to go beyond your limits (e.g. overwork) will damage your health evenfurther.

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Jul 23, 2017
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