heart meridian

heart meridian

Acupuncture
A meridian that begins at the armpit, extends down the arm and ends at the little finger; stimulation of acupoints along the heart meridian are used to treat conditions affecting the heart and nervous system.
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For emotional issues such as fear, Fleury utilizes the heart meridian, an energetic power line believed to run from the tip of the pinkie finger through the hand and up the arm to the heart, "which is the bridge between the body and the brain." With two or three fingers of one hand, tap repeatedly between the pinkie and wrist--the soft "karate-chop place"--of the opposite hand while focusing on the emotional problem and saying aloud, 'Tm willing to let it go." Literally tapping into the heart meridian "is like stirring a big old kettle" to loosen its contents and release steam, Fleury explains.
One study of cardiovascular patients showed that thermal energy density was higher on the skin route along the heart meridian. Furthermore, tungsten light passing between two APs of the pericardium meridian was 20% brighter than on a similar off-route in peripheral tissues ie, non-meridian(3,4).
Many years ago, unknown to me, my dentist put a gold crown over an amalgam filling on a tooth that is on the heart meridian. Recently, the crown fell off and a different dentist noticed a cracked amalgam filling beneath it.
Next, you would tonify the entry point on the heart meridian, which is heart 1--utmost source.