Updated: Nov 19
Gradually press CV 12 and CV 6
Press B 23 and B 47
Firmly press P 6
Briskly rub St 36
Press Sp 4 until you feel relief
Center of Power (CV12)
Caution: Do not hold this point deeply if you have a chronic or life-threatening illness such as heart disease, cancer, or high blood pressure. It is best not to hold this point for more than two minutes and to use it only on a fairly empty stomach.
Location: On the midline of the body, halfway between the base of the breastbone and the belly button.
Sea of Energy (CV 6)
Location: Two finger widths below the navel, four finger widths above the pubic bone.
Sea of Vitality (B23 and B 47)
Caution: If you have a weak back, the Sea of Vitality points may be quite tender. In this case a few minutes of light, stationary touch instead of deep pressure can be very healing. See your doctor first if you have questions or need medical advice.
Location: In the lower back (between the second and third lumbar vertebrae) two to four finger widths away from the spine at waist level.
Pericardium 6 (P 6)
Location: On the palm side of the wrist, 3 fingers widths above the wrist between the two tendons
Three Mile Point (St 36)
Location: Four finger widths below the kneecap, one finger width to the outside of the shin bone. If you are the correct spot a muscle should flex as you move your foot up and down.
Grandfather Grandson (Sp 4)
Location: On the arch, one thumb width from the ball of the foot toward the heel.
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