Strengthening interconnections as a whole (meridian therapy)
Healing movements, body points, breathing techniques and attitude changes
General introduction to the Meridian-Therapy
Meridian Therapy is a combination therapy of several single, alternative therapies. It is simple but very successful with many complaints. It can be used concomitantly with other therapies. It can be successfully used even in difficult to cure common diseases such as high blood pressure, diabetes or arteriosclerosis. Meridian therapy requires no tablets. This causes no side effects. It is a holistic healing method because it takes into account both physical and mental symptoms at the same time. It consists of general respiratory therapy, meridian-related movement therapy, meridian-related body point therapy and simple, meridian-related psychotherapy.
1. Find the meridian (s) based on the symptoms
Almost half of all doctors, but also many naturopaths work today with the energy channels. Points are needled, acupressed or massaged on certain meridians. New to the meridian therapy is that the energy meridians are strengthened as a whole. Energy blockages dissolve.
In order to see which channel should be particularly strengthened, you can select the corresponding symptoms that are covered by the meridian by clicking on each meridian and treat them with the meridian therapy (combination therapy).
2. Find matching body points
Opening the meridians through specific body points is one method. Here, blockages in the meridian course are eliminated by treating those points of the meridian that promote the free flow of energies within the channel and lift up existing blockages. 1 to 3 points per meridian are usually enough. These points are usually at the beginning of a meridian.
In addition, certain points may be specifically related to the complaint itself and treated directly. You can treat the points with needles (acupuncture) or with acupressure, massage, etc.
3. Find suitable healing movements
Energy blockages of the relevant meridian can also be resolved by simple movements.
These short movement sequences are borrowed from the Qigong and have proven to be very effective for millennia. They are used in some Asian countries in addition, sometimes even primarily. In China, for example, they are being used with great success, even in complex complaints by specially created institutions.
4. Meridian Breath Therapy
The breathing exercises are more general in nature and are recommended for all meridians, either as an initiation or as completion of treatment. They have a very energizing and balancing effect.
The breath therapy is still underestimated. Breath is life and life is breath. So important is a proper breathing!
A respiratory therapy should therefore actually be used in every healing practice or every medical institution.
Here is a large series of healing breathing techniques presented.
5. Meridian Psychotherapy (guiding principle)
Due to the millennia-old knowledge that the meridians embody certain emotional influences corresponding to the associated body organs, it is also appropriate to include this area in the meridian therapy. Body organs represent emotions. Kidney anxiety, liver anger, spleen worries, lungs sadness, heart zest for life, etc. Even without the conscious inclusion of emotions, points and exercise therapies work well. With appropriately open-minded people, the awareness of the underlying psychological imbalances is conducive to a comprehensive treatment success ,
Not everyone is open to psychology or exercise therapy. If you do, then you can experience that the suggestions for movement and the psychological guidelines are enthusiastically received. Often one treatment or explanation is enough. Sometimes, however, it also requires several treatments or in-depth explanations at weekly intervals or by appointment. Depending on the meridian to be strengthened, the client / patient can be provided with an offer of effective guiding principles from which he can select for himself the most motivating guiding principle.
It is also possible that the principles are combined with movement or breathing exercises.
After clicking on the link below, select the meridian on the left and then the keyword “Psychology”.
You can develop other guiding principles from the general descriptions of the individual meridians, after clicking on a meridian on the left and reading the texts “General information on …” (see the first explanatory text for each meridian above).
An overview of guidelines can also be found in the summary example overview, if you click here.
Procedure in the Meridian Therapy
If you do not know yet which meridian to strengthen especially for you or the person being treated, proceed as follows:
1. Click on “Body Symptoms per Meridian”.
2. Then click on “Mental symptoms per meridian”. Here you go through the psychic abnormalities and click on each one. This will give you a priority list (your “top 3” meridians, for example).
3. Then you have a wealth of treatment suggestions for the selected meridians:
– Healing Movements (see above)
– Healing Breathing Techniques (See above)
– Healing points (see above)
– Psychological measures (Here are several ways open to you:
a) see above: “Meridian-related psychotherapy”
b) Individual suggestions on guidelines can also be found by clicking on a meridian on this page
and always read the psychic meaning of each meridian at the top of the first point
TCM therapy (advanced):
For complex complaints TCM therapy is recommended, in which the points of different meridians work together for a complaint and increase the success of the treatment. This is dealt with at the top of the menu under the keyword TCM.