Forbidden in Pregnancy?
After 5th monthAcupuncture
One Hundred Meetings
Spirit PointKey Point
Meeting point with the Bladder, Gall Bladder, Sanjiao and Liver channels Point of the Sea of Marrow
wind yang prolapse head sense organs the brain calms the spirit
Key point for the brain key point for heart brain integration depression point for top/bottom brain stress taste memory blood pressure key point for headache consciousness dizziness
Gv: Not right to be supported by others, I must support others.
Sadness suicidal mania fright crying disoriented agitation depression
Brain confusion, one-sided headache, pain of the vertex, heaviness of the head, dizziness, visual dizziness, tinnitus, protruding eyes, blindness, hypertension, hypotension, hemiplegia (paralysis of one side of the body, the lesion is in the other side of the brain), severe muscle spasm causing backward retraction of the head with arching of the back, tetany (a condition of muscular hyperexcitability), loss of consciousness, vomiting of foam, epilepsy, lockjaw, prolapse of the rectum, prolapse of the uterus, agitation and oppression, sensation of heat and oppression of the heart, fright palpitations, poor memory, lack of mental vigour, disorientation, much crying, sadness and crying with desire to die, mania, obstruction of the nose, nasal discharge, nosebleed, inability to taste food or drink, redness of the face after consumption of alcohol, heat in the body, restores normal position of the internal organs
Connection to external spirit (Spirit door)
Primal Axis (heaven and earth)
Overall function - Brain integration
Sea of Marrow (Four Seas Points)
Du20 Bai Hui – Meeting in grand unity, 100 meeting point
Crown Chakra Balance
Pain: Headache Balance
Heaven and Earth Within (Heart / Kidney Axis)
The Birth and Death (Golden Gate) Procedure
Primary Brain Points
GI Tract Balance BC28
Identify a substance (General Biochemical Procedure)
The point information was compiled from multiple sources including College of Complementary Medicine, Sydney Australia. Point location diagram recreated from A Manual of Acupuncture, P Deadman.