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Reflex Activation Points

Element

Meridian

This Point

&

This Point

0

Governing Vessel

GV12

back, midline, below 3rd thorasic vertibra

&

GV27

face, midline on superior edge of upper lip

Central Vessel

CV18

chest, midline, level with 3rd intercostal space

&

CV24

face, midline in depression below lower lipp

1

Gall Bladder

GB43

dorsal foot, by base of proximal phalanx of 4th & 5th toes

&

B66

little toe, lateral, by proximal phalanx

Liver

Liv8

knee, medial, posterior to head of tibia

&

K10

knee, medial extremity just above Liv8

2

Bladder

B67

little toe, lateral nail

&

Li1

index finger, lateral nail.

Kidney

K7

medial leg, 3 ACI above ankle, posterior to flexor digitorum longus muscle

&

Lu8

anterior forearm, above wrist, lateral to radius

3

Large Intestine

Li11

posterior arm at elbow, lateral to the head of the humerus

&

St36

anterior leg, below knee, lateral to edge of tibia

Lung

Lu9

anterior forearm, lateral wrist crease, between radius and scaphoid bones

&

Sp3

medial foot by head of metatarsol

4

Stomach

St41

anterior ankle crease, midline

&

S15

posterior hand, medial edge at wrist crease

Spleen

Sp2

medial foot, by base of proximal phalanx of big toe

&

H8

palm, between 4th & 5th metacarpal

5

Triple Warmer

TW3

posterior hand, between heads of 4th & 5th metacarpal

&

GB41

dorsal foot, between 4th & 5th metatarsals

Circulation / Sex

Cx9

middle finger, lateral nail

&

Liv1

big toe, lateral nail

6

Small Intestine

Si3

medial hand, half-way along 5th metacarplal bone

&

GB41

dorsal foot, between 4th & 5th metatardals

Heart

H9

little finger, lateral nail

&

Liv1

big toe, lateral nail

Hand position: Palm up, the standard anatomical position

Note:

Wnen working with other people, we generally prefer to use CV2 (pubic bone) instead of CV1 (perineum) and sometimes Gv2 (top of coccyx) instead of Gv1 (tip of coccyx). Let them hold Gv1 and CV1 on themselves when possible. When holding points on oneself it generally speeds up the correction to use Gv1 and CV1 since you can hold them both with one hand. The actual ending points for Governing Vessel is Gv28, on the midline of the upper gum, above the front teeth. We usually prefer to use Gv27, on the outside of the upper lip.

Activation is also known as Tonification.

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