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ACS Acupressure Meridianology Level II Book - English

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This book  is writen by  B.R. Choudhary & Dr. Dinesh Choudhary in english language, in this book is detail knowledge of Classical Chinese Meridian , this book  is         useful for the candidates of M.D. Acu. and for all who are interested to learn Acupressure / Acupuncture

   Acupressure is often called acupuncture without the needles. Instead of needles, acupressure involves the application of manual pressure (usually with the                   fingertips) to specific points on the body. Acupressure is a form of touch therapy that utilizes the principles of acupuncture and chinese medicine.

   In acupressure, the same points on the body are used as in acupuncture but are stimulated with finger pressure instead  of with the insertion of needle Acupressure     is  used  to relieve  a variety of symptoms and pain . This treatment can be used for patients who want to avoid needles.   

Meridian Time FlowThis special arrangement of the Twelve Major Meridians allows for the body to function in a clock-like manner. The qi in the meridians flow according to a kind of circadian cycle, based on the time of day. Because of the connection between the meridian and the Zang-fu, this cycle can be used to pinpoint and treat illnesses.

Meridian Flow Time Wheel-Acupuncture Program-Miami, FL

Like with all yin-yang pairs, each of the Twelve Main Meridians exists as a connecting pair that establishes an internal-external relationship with the Zangand fu organs. Each arm meridian has a leg meridian counterpart. These meridians also affect each other’s Zang-fu pairing. For example, illness of the heart or its meridian is treated through healing via the meridian points of the kidney.

Twelve Primary Meridians-Miami-Acupuncture CollegeThe Twelve Major Meridians exists as a yin-yang pair.

Meridians and Acupuncture: The knowledge of the relationship between the meridians and Zang-fu sets the basis for understanding how the different healing modalities in Traditional Chinese Medicine function. This is especially true of acupuncture, which focuses on restoring the proper flow of qi in the meridians using needles. In the next article, we will discuss in greater detail how acupuncture functions.


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