What are meridians?


WHAT IS MERIDIANS


     Among these 12 meridians, 6 are known as yin and other 6 as yang.  There are 14 meridians found inside the body among which 3 pairs are found in the left side and 3 pairs are found in the right side and 2 meridians (1 pair) are found as independent. One is found on the vertical line in the front side of the body and other is found on the vertical line in the back side of the body.

Among these 12 meridians, 6 are known as yin and other 6 as yang.

          Yin meridians start from the toes and end to the head and fingers passing through the body.

     Yang meridians start from the head, mouth, fingers and go downwards passing through the middle section of the body. The one end of any meridian lies in the hands, feet and mouth and other is in any one organ of the body.

Meridians are as follow-

  1. Governing vessel meridians.
  2. Conception vessel meridians.

Yin meridians start from the toes or from the middle of the body and end to the head and fingers passing through the body upwards.

  1. Lungs meridian.
  2. Spleen meridian.
  3. Kidney meridian.
  4. Heart meridian.
  5. Pericardium meridian (this meridian responsible for blood circulation.
  6. Liver meridian.

Yang meridians start from the head, mouth or fingers and go towards the earth or to the middle section of the body as downwards.          Yang meridians start from the head, mouth or fingers and go towards the earth or to the middle section of the body as downwards. The one end of any meridian lies in the hands, feet and mouth and other is in any particular organ of the body.

  1. Large intestine meridian.
  2. Small intestine meridian.
  3. Stomach meridian.
  4. Bladder meridian.
  5. Triple warmer meridian.
  6. Gall bladder meridian.

          In meridians, vital force never flows as same all the time. In about 24 hours, this force is circulated more in any particular organ only for little while, because every organs have their own time to get such high force.

         The gall bladder gets this force additionally between 11 o’clock to 1 o’clock at night while the heart gets it from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in day. therefore, the gall bladder gets the less amount of such force in the day between 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and the heart gets its less amount at night between 11 p.m. to 1 a.m. this is the reason why the patient feels extra pain due to additional of such force and heart pain occurs more in between 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.