Acupressure Holding Points using Five Element / Five Shu Points (Law of 5 Elements)
The five shu points can be used as a correction. In Kinesiology the points are Tonification and Sedation. In the correction procedure we initially hold the first points before going to the second points.
The point at which the Qi rises is known as the Jing-Well. At the Ying-Spring the Qi glides across the point. The Qi then flows at the Jing river, and then as an estuary flowing into the sea, the Qi expands and enters deep into the body.
Diagram based on Traditional Chinese Medicine, Touch For Health, and College of Complementary Medicine. Made by Cam at takoda.co
Printable A4 reference chart and worksheet with five element information and Shu point details—designed for TCM kinesiologist and Mind-body Medicine practitioners.
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