Shu Points

Mode
EM11
Balance Type
Vibrational Healing SystemsShu Points
Category
Procedure
Balance for
Jing Well, Ying Spring, Shu Stream, Jing River, He Sea
Forbidden in Pregnancy?
After 6th monthAcupunctureAt No TimeContraindicatedAfter 3rd monthMoxibustionAfter 9th monthAfter 2nd monthAfter 8th monthAfter 7th monthAfter 4th monthAfter 1st monthAfter 5th month
Overview Procedure
Mode Category
Electromagnetic

The 5 Elements / 5 Shu Points E/M11

Each channel has five shu points that connect it with the energy of each element. The first two shu points are the two most distal points on each channel.

  • The first most distal is called the Jing Well point.
  • The second most distal is the Ying spring point.
  • For all channels other than GB the third most distal point is a called the Shu Stream point.
  • Near the wrist and ankle are the Jing River points
  • Near the elbow and knee are the He Sea points.

Each type of point, for example the Jing Well point, on each channel has similar effects.

In this balance we select one type of point (see list of the 5 shu points below – eg. Jing Well) and balance this point on each channel.

ModeBalanceBalance for
EM11
Shu Points
Jing Well, Ying Spring, Shu Stream, Jing River, He Sea
EM11
Jing Well (most distal)
Jing Well, Clearing heat, restoring consciousness, rescuing collapse, excess and heat from distal end of channel, Stagnation and fullness in chest, Disorders of the spirit
EM11
Ying Spring (2nd most distal)
Heat in body, Diseases of the yang channels, zang, pathogens along channel and at distal end
EM11
Shu Stream (3rd most distal except GB41)
For Yin channels – for tonifying and harmonising their respective zang, yin organs,For yang channels – treat disorders of their channel (not the fu), Heaviness of the body and pain of the joints, Intermittent diseases such as malaria
EM11
Jing River
Short breath and asthma, Speech and voice, Sinews and bones
EM11
He Sea
Disorders of the stomach and intestines, Eating and drinking, Points on knee influence the fu (yang organs), Skin disorders

Procedure

  1. Verbally challenge for priority type of point or select type of point that corresponds to issue (eg. He Sea points or Jing Well points)
  2. Hold point/s of that type

Alternative Procedure

Can also balance an element and challenge for the element

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