Muscles are related to Acupuncture Meridians
Dr. George Goodheart rediscovered what the ancient Egyptians knew thousands of years ago, that Muscles are related to acupuncture meridians. What are the implications of this? If you know the muscle relations, you can use that knowledge to diagnose what is internally happening in the body.
Posture and gait
If you are aware of the muscle relations to the meridians, you can look at the way someone stands, walks, or runs and make an assessment of what is going on with their health. For years applied kinesiologists have been using posture and gait analysis to help with diagnosis.
Learning how to test muscles for conditional facilitation and inhibition (to see if they are on or off) can help you to decide what is functioning or not in someone’s body. You can also challenge their body structurally, chemically, and/0r emotionally to see if the related muscle changes in function thus seeing if something is going to help or harm their body.
Example: Lung Meridian
The lung meridian has many correlations:
- Element – Metal
- Time -3-5am
- Muscle -Deltoid
- Nutrient -Vitamin C
- Emotion -Grief/Sadness
- Spinal Correlation -T3-T4
- Extremity Correlation -Acromioclavicular & Scaphoid
- Action -Abduction of the humerus
From here you can use the deltoid muscle to see what will help with balancing the lung meridian.
Or if there is a mechanical imbalance in the shoulder, you can use the lung meridian to help rebalance the deltoid muscle.
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