Liv-1

Liv-1

Forbidden in Pregnancy?
Channel
Element
English
Big Mound
Name
大敦
Transliteration
Dadun
Point Location
Description
Jing- Well and Wood point
Indications
qi in the lower jiao (third of body) pain genitals urination Liver qi stops menstrual bleeding consciousness and calms the mind
Kinesiology
urination abdominal pain menstrual pain & cycle consciousness hernia
Point Psychology
Fear fright mania depression worry oppression sighing tense with a short temper deep frustration and repressed anger
Channel Psychology
Lv: Stuck, life flows easily, I welcome change, resentment, anger.
Symptoms
Hernia, acute pain of abdomen, hypogastric pain, pain of the umbilicus, abdominal distension and swelling, constipation, heat of the lower abdomen, swelling and pain of the genitals, pain of the head of the penis, retraction of the genitals, swelling of the testicles, painful retention of urine, blood in the urine, painful urinary dysfunction, the five types of painful urinary dysfunction, incontinence, frequent urination, irregular menstruation, ceaseless uterine bleeding, menstrual pain, bleeding from the uterus, uterine prolapse, epilepsy, loss of consciousness, acute and chronic childhood fright, excessive fright and little strength, great fear as if seeing ghosts, mania-depression, nervous tension from stress, worry and oppression, bitter taste in the mouth, sighing, excessive sleep, sudden heart pain, cramps and spasm in the hands and feet, ceaseless nosebleed, copious sweating, hernia
Special Point
Spirit PointJing Well
Balance Types
Individual Sprit PointsEmotions Spirit and DesitinyVibrational Healing SystemsNeurological Approach
Balance for:
original nature false self self esteem true self true natureVirtue 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 FlowTonificationSedationrageFearfreezeshockfrightpleasurefightflight