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Yin-Yang meridians & the hand!

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Yin-Yang meridians & the hand!

Post  Martijn (admin) on Wed Jun 12, 2013 6:36 pm

At Wikipedia a detailed overview is presented how the meridians relate to the hand. If we take a closer look at the anterior view (inner hand = Yin) and the posterior view (outer hand = Yang)... we can also see how 6 meridians are directly connected with specific fingers:

- Thumb gets connected with a YIN meridian (= lung meridian);
- Index finger gets connected with a YANG meridian (= large intestine meridian);
- Middle finger gets connected with a YIN meridian (= pericardium meridian);
- Ring finger gets connected with a YANG meridian (= triple warmer meridian);
- Zone between ring- and pinky finger with a YIN meridian (= heart meridian);
- Pinky finger gets connected with a YANG meridian (= small intestine meridian).

This also illustrates how the inner palm, the thumb & radial side of the hand are more related to Yin; and how the outer palm, the pinky & ulnar side of the hand are more related to Yang.

And according the perspective of the meridians these principles can be used for both the distal hand (= fingers) and proximal hand (= palm).

More details about the meridians & the body at:


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Re: Yin-Yang meridians & the hand!

Post  Sari on Thu Jun 13, 2013 10:38 am

Wow, the study just gets more and more interesting. Maybe related to palmistry.

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