Gb-41

Gb-41

Forbidden in Pregnancy?
After 7th monthAcupuncture
Element
English
Foot Governor of Tears
Name
足臨泣
Transliteration
Zulinqi
Point Location
Description
Shu-Stream and Wood point Confluent point of the Dai Mai
Indications
chest lateral costal region breasts head eyes phlegm and nodules
Kinesiology
key point for one sided headache key point for menstruation headaches occipital and vertex pain key point for eyes and fluid in eyes key point for menstruation key point for feet temporal lobe and ears.
Point Psychology
Open Point Psychology
Stand firm and do not change your aim Move forward with ease Time to stay committed to your decision Follow the laws of nature Persistence, perseverance and long-lasting commitment Make a decision
Channel Psychology
Dai Mai: I communicate my decisions to others.
Symptoms
Pain of the lateral costal region, fullness of the chest with inability to catch the breath, short breath, chest painful obstruction, pain of the supraclavicular fossa, scrofula, swelling of the armpit, incontinence, headache, one-sided headache, dizziness, visual dizziness, pain of the occiput, pain of the vertex, pain of the outer canthus, redness, swelling and pain of the eyes, lacrimation, dry eyes, deafness and tinnitus, propensity to gnaw the tongue and cheek, swelling of the submandibular region and cheek, swelling of SJ-16, toothache, distention and pain of the breast, breast abscess, menstrual disorders, inhibited menstruation, pain of the hip, pain of the lower leg, fixed pain, wandering pain, swelling and pain of the feet, pain and contraction of the toes, swelling and pain of the dorsum of the feet, all disorders of the feet.
Special Point
Master PointKey PointShu Stream
Balance Types
Emotions Spirit and DesitinyVibrational Healing Systems
Balance for:
Virtue Negative Aspects of Self intimacy openness warm protected spontaneous control connection propriety (appropriate action) self mastery social interaction propriety external connection balance understanding of others understood by others discernment communication insight receptive valuable connected with heaven acting rightly pure inspired self worth letting go acknowledged alone sufficiency - having enough non-attached wisdom to treat myself well wisdom overcoming fear will driven clever able to rest full of life concentration focus meeting needs inside integrating myself into the wider world altruism reciprocity adaptability nourished understand myself true giving integrity interested in others adaptable giving and receiving self-esteem vision planning benevolent patient free flexible choice guarded vulnerable isolated unsafe betrayed hurt pained controllingJing Well Ying Spring Shu Stream Jing River He SeaQi FlowTonificationSedation