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These are symmetrical on each side of the body, each pair being related to a specific organ.
The points especially useful for diagnosing and treating the organ directly are located around the ankles and wrists. Further source-points are situated along the bladder meridian close to the spine, and also as local-points on various meridians near the target organ.
For treatment concentrate on the most painful spots, pressing them frequently as explained for reflexology in Chapter 2.
Generally, the pain decreases after some time of pressing, but should it increase instead, then interrupt the treatment for several days.
A useful method for this is to follow the outline of a meridian (see the Meridian Chart below), with one finger or with several fingers held closely together.
Following a meridian in the normal flow direction is strengthening, while tracing in the opposite direction will weaken and sedate the meridian.
by Walter Last The human body has a bio-energy-circulation system similar to the blood-circulation system.
The bio-energy flows along 12 main meridians, or channels.
You may trace all the main meridians once or several times daily, or you may concentrate on the meridians most in need of improvement.
Important meridians may be traced repeatedly during the day for 20 times or more.
Tender pressure points may stem from either a local condition or a problem in the main organ associated with that particular meridian; also, the pain may be referred from a more distant body part connected to the same meridian.
There is, of course, an interaction between these different areas.
Furthermore, the points at the shoulders, the shoulder blades and the base of the neck control the circulation to the arms and hands; while the points at the hips, the buttocks and around the base of the spine control the circulation to the legs and feet.