Acupuncture Points for Anxiety

Hey, welcome back to this video blog series on acupuncture points for anxiety. If you were here for the first time. Thanks so much for joining me. And if you are a return visitor, thank you so much for coming back either way. If you do like this content, please don’t forget to hit that subscribe button. We’re going to walk deeper into metal into the second part of metal, which is the large intestine, organ official. And if you are here, then you are most likely interested in learning more about Chinese medicine. So you’ve come to the right place. The great thing about Chinese medicine, I mean, there’s so many of them really is that Chinese medicine gives us a language and gives us a theory and gives us a concept. It gives us ideas like a real, tangible understanding of how it is that the unseen world gives rise to our seen world.

So it’s really the marriage of these two things. And how is it that based on what we can see in our seen world and our seen experience based maybe that’s because of physical symptoms that we’re experiencing emotional arisings that we’re experiencing physiological disharmony or, or perfection, I suppose. Um, how is it that those things are a manifest reality based on the things that we can’t see based on our experiences and our connections with other and our connection with our environment It’s so wonderful. And a big piece of this series is about sharing that perspective and that philosophy, because I don’t know about you, but I feel like we could really use a new, perspective at this time in our kind of history. Cause of course, we’re in sort of the middle of this global pendant pandemic right now. And we can’t forget how much we are in a relationship with our environment and how much being in a reciprocal relationship with an art with our environment is what creates balance and harmony and evolution.

So we’re going to go specifically into how anxiety can arise within, um, an out of balance of these organ systems and elements. And then, um, there’ll be some tips at the end and how you can balance that out if you feel like you resonate with it. But before we get into any of that, we are going to tap our way through the body. So we are going to tap our way through the Meridian of the day, which again is large intestine. Um, I’ve paired it with a lower body, more, um, Meridian, the stomach. And so these two are on basically the same circuit. They’re just, one’s upper body. One’s lower body. There is some differentiation for sure, but we want to get into the entire body. So I’ve paired those two things together so that we can traverse the whole landscape of our beautiful wise bodies.

And we do this because if the theory just stays up here, if we don’t start to bring it home into ourselves and then it just stays up here, it just stays this, this knowledge that we kind of Spout off. We say, Oh yeah, this might be related to this. And this might be connected to this, but if you truly want to embody these wisdoms, they have to live inside. So waking up the body is a great way to tune into you might be feeling an out of balance. Maybe you feel a little bit of pain. Maybe you feel like there’s just a lot of flow in the area where you’re tapping through. It’s a nice way to start to tune into what our internal experience actually is. So it’s a great way to tune into reality. So we’ll do that. And then we go through a fairly substantial chunk on the five element video, or sorry, the five element theory.
And if you have not been here before, please do not skip past that part. It is incredibly important because it shows us the spontaneous and dynamic flow of energy within nature, amongst our organ systems and amongst the elements and how all of that gets reflected in the microcosm and the macrocosm. So it’s important to have a basic understanding of that before we get deeper into the theories of metal and large intestine. So that said, I’m going to meet you over on the floor and we will tap our way through these meridians before we get into the content.

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