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After 4th monthAcupuncture
Spirit PointMaster PointKey PointLuo Point
Luo Connecting point Confluent point of the Yin Wei Mai
chest qi heart calms the mind/spirit stomach nausea and vomiting heat Yin Wei Mai
Memory insomnia key point for heart rate & rhythm nausea digestion
Pc: Connection with my own heart. I blame others, I am responsible, overly attached to my possessions, I may lose everything. SJ: I take responsibility for everything working out all right for me Yin Wei Mai: I trust others, jealousy
Fear fright sadness apprehension
Key Spirit Point Themes
Betrayal wood issues sexual trauma Inner frontier gate
Heart pain, stuffiness of the chest with heart agitation, fright and palpitations, pounding of the heart, disorders of heart rate and rhythm, pain of the lateral costal region and heart in women, pain of the lateral costal region, cough, asthma, insomnia, epilepsy, mania, poor memory, apprehension, fear and fright, sadness, loss of memory, inability to speak, hypertension, nausea, vomiting, hiccup, incessant vomiting, Spleen and Stomach qi deficiency with distension and full-ness, disharmony of the spleen and stomach, epigastric pain, low-grade abdominal pain, food and/or blood masses, severe constipation, bowel sounds, diarrhoea, blood in the stools, prolapse of the rectum, febrile disease, fever with absence of sweating, headache, stiffness and pain of the head and neck, jaundice, yellow eyes, red eyes, red face with hot skin, malaria, cracked and bleeding tongue, dizziness, post-partum dizziness, irregular menstruation, painful urinary dysfunction, pain and contraction of the elbow and upper arm, swelling of the armpit, stiffness and pain of the head and neck
Open Point Psychology
There is time for hiding withdrawal and retreat. Stop and be still One cannot stay long in the same place, there comes a time we need to withdraw and retreat Retreating is also preserving one’s strength – waiting for the right time to advance Express your inner heart with the outer world Reconnect to your true inner self the heart
The point information compiled from multiple sources including College of Complementary Medicine, Sydney Australia. Point location diagram recreated from A Manual of Acupuncture, P Deadman.