All the twelve meridians and the three master meridians of chi flow connect and flow into one another. If there is a block in the flow from one meridian to another, the source of the flow develops an over-energy, and the destination meridian develops an under-energy. This can create discomfort and illness in the organs and body.
We can use accupressure to clear these blocks in a very simple fashion. If the word "meridians" tests weak, we then narrow down the portion of the body that needs the accupressure treatment.
Try: forearms, hands, lower legs, feet. Then zero in your test to the portion of those which locates the block. Get within about an inch or so of the location by muscle testing. Massage that point firmly for a minute or so on both sides of the body. Test to see how often and for how long the body wants the treatment.
In more detail:
I usually say "forearms strong", "hands strong", "feet strong", and "lower legs strong" testing the person's arm strength.
When testing myself:
"I grab hold of my left thumb and little finger with my right thumb and fingers trying to squeeze them toward each other while I resist. If the statement I make is false, the left thumb and finger collapse toward each other. Otherwise I can resist."
Then I test portions of the area that tested weak. For example. if forearms come up weak, I test "outside of the arm", "inside of the arm" as I hold it in a specified way. Then I test "closer to the wrist", "closer to the elbow". Then "closer to the middle of the forearm", "closer to the wrist". I Then touch and massage that area of the body until I find a sore point, and say "this is strong" while I test. Usually the sore area will be the area of blockage, and I massage it firmly on both sides of the body for a few minutes with the index and middle fingers. Ocassionally the blockage area will not be sore, so I have to narrow it down by pointing and saying "this is strong", "this is strong", and testing. A weak test indicates the area that requires unblocking.
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