The five element theory is the cornerstone of acupuncture and meridian therapy. The chart clearly shows the relationship of the five elements (Fire, Earth, Metal, Water and Wood). What a great quick reference for use with acupuncture treatment.
The 12 main meridians are grouped by their element showing their relationships to each other through the Sheng and Ko cycle. The command points "element points" are listed along with the Luo, Xi-Cleft, and Source points. Tonification, sedation, and horary points are marked for each meridian. Yin meridians "Zang organs" are in the inside of the circle, Yang meridians "Fu organs" are on the outside.
This chart contains 7 valuble tables: The characteristics of color, flavor, sense, emotion, tissue, climate... of the elements. Characteristics of Yin and Yang. Alarm points (Front-mu points). Associated points (back-shu points). Extra associated points that are not listed on most charts. 41 Cardinal points, this are points specific for a condition of body part. Tsing points (Jing-well points), used for meridian graphing and powerfull points for treatment.
A very unique color horary cycle. Every meridian has a time of day when it is most active. The circular diagram shows the time of day when each meridian is most active and the horary point for that meridian. This chart also shows the starting and ending point for each meridian and where on the body they start and end.
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