Body Meridians

The other energy centers that are found in the etheric body are meridians.  There are 12 standard or principle meridians.   Each of these major meridians are connected to specific organs and nourish them, bringing vitality and balance.  Meridians are recognized in Chinese medicine as having either  Yin or Yang energy characteristics.  Yin and Yang are somewhat opposites in character and yet they work together to bring balance.  Yin is restful, whereas, Yang is active.Meridians

The Yin meridians corresponds to the Lung, Heart, and Pericardium in the arm and the Spleen, Kidney, and Liver in the leg.  The Yang meridians corresponds to the Large Intestine, Small Intestine, and Triple Warmer in the arm and the Stomach, Bladder, and Gall Bladder in the leg.

There are eight other meridians that are not connected to organs.  All meridians can become blocked, stagnated or even overwhelmed with energy flow creating imbalances.  It is important to bring imbalances back into balance because the imbalances can create illnesses and diseases by affecting the major systems of the body such as nervous, immune, lymphatic, circulatory, muscular, skeletal, respiratory, endocrine and digestive.

Energy Healing modalities are a great way to remove unneeded energies and bring balance back to meridians.