Start Opposite of sedating

Opposite of sedating

Try to find tender points by pressing with a thumb or finger in a circular motion around the area indicated for each point on the charts of the meridians.

When the main organ is inflamed, most points along its meridian will be tender.

A main problem in healing is the balancing of the energy flows.

Usually, this balancing occurs unrecognised as a by-product of other successful treatments.

Generally, the pain decreases after some time of pressing, but should it increase instead, then interrupt the treatment for several days.

Tender pressure points may stem from either a local condition or a problem in the main organ associated with that particular meridian; also, the pain may be referred from a more distant body part connected to the same meridian.

Therefore, treat poor circulation, numbness and pain in the extremities by pressing the points in the indicated control areas.

Frequently, the pressure points of a pair of meridians will be more sensitive on one side of the body than on the other side. The meridian with the more tender points requires sedation, relaxation and withdrawal of energy, while its counterpart on the Instead of needling or pressing acupuncture-points, you may place the north pole of a small magnet on a point for stimulation or the south pole for sedation.

Socially, to be sedate is to be serene, quiet, and composed.