Around about 5000 years ago. Chinese discovered some subtle energy in the body that could not be seen. But as we all know most highly technological systems have some type of electric schematic. As they had done more studies it seemed that the energy disturbances in the subtle body’s energy system if prolonged exposure to low energy frequencies or blocked energy flow throughout the body within time the body would stop having its own ability to heal. As we all know a word vibrates from the vocal cords for sending out a frequency. Think of the meridians as a communication wire that jumps from point a to point as he and along those ways there's different points that they stop that if one of these communications go down the body is unable to send communication to the greatest distance therefore the body is unable to communicate with most important organ parts therefore without these meridians balanced the body will soon fail or have a low immune system or have a difficult blocking out inappropriate energies.


The origin of the meridians, came from the Chinese studies they had duo felt energy or perceive the energy was there, their intuition and skills of monitoring energy such as Chi gong exercises and tai chi exercises gave them the ability to hone in on a subtle energies. Thus utilizing their Chinese education and broad spread spectrum of belief which allowed them to get more in touch with the body's energy frequencies.

they believed that there are 12 major meridians, Dr. Jimmy Scott from health kinesiology stumbled upon a little bit more with research that there will be 14 ready and she would be utilizing it is important to have all 14 meridians balanced to do any type any type of muscle testing.

there are believed to be 500 acupressure points used in the latest centuries to optimize human performance connections between the positive and negative meridians and functions of the body including organs and muscles and other systems these points were used and to diagnose or treat the states of those subtle energies Chie which is a current flowing through the meridians to all acupressure points they state that they're not an electrical in nature or I see from the electrical currents is that you can actually activate electrical current through the Meridian to create an electrical field that has been measured for changes of physical cellular level through the introduction of secondary electrical fields the electrical currents are translated into DC currents and action from higher energy Meridian and the physical body and affect primary bioelectric processes. The Chinese used to measure the pulse rate of each meridian to be able to do tell a good intelligence and energy balance of the organ by the pulse rate.

The twelve standard meridians go along the arms and the legs. They are: Heart, Lung, Pericardium, Small Intestine, Large Intestine, Triple Warmer, Kidney, Spleen, Liver, Stomach, Bladder, and Gall Bladder. Meridians are divided into Yin and Yang groups. The Yin meridians of the arm are Heart, Lung and Pericardium. The Yang meridians of the arm are: Small Intestine, Large Intestine, and Triple Warmer. The Yin Meridians of the leg are Kidney, Spleen, and Liver. The Yang meridians of the leg are Stomach, Bladder, and Gall Bladder.

there are many acupressure charts of the acupressure points that the Chinese people are using not only are the Chinese user but it has spread worldwide is something so strange is overlooked by allopathic medicine why is it that so many people are taking up this practice. Because if it has merit to it and it has the power to change people and to change their health than it is something to be desired to our attention.

The two concepts yin and yang or the single concept yin-yang originate in ancient Chinese philosophyand metaphysics, which describe two primal opposing but complementary principles said to be found in all objects and processes in the universe.

Yin(Chinese: 陰or 阴; pinyin: yīn; literally "shady place, north slope (hill), south bank (river); cloudy, overcast") is the darker element; it is passive, dark, feminine, downward-seeking, and corresponds to the night.

Yang(陽or 阳; yáng; "sunny place, south slope (hill), north bank (river); sunshine") is the brighter element; it is active, light, masculine, upward-seeking and corresponds to the day.

Yin is often symbolized by water or earth, while yang is symbolized by fire, or wind.

Yin (receptive, feminine, dark, passive force) and yang (creative, masculine, bright, active force) are descriptions of complementary opposites rather than absolutes. Any yin/yang dichotomy can be seen as its opposite when viewed from another perspective. The categorization is seen as one of convenience. Most forces in naturecan be seen as having yin and yang states, and the two are usually in movement rather than held in absolute stasis.

In Western culture, the dichotomyof good and evilis often taken as a paradigmfor other dichotomies. In Hegeliandialectics, dichotomies are linked to progress. In Chinese philosophy, the paradigmatic dichotomy of yin and yang does not generally give preference or moral superiority to one side of the dichotomy, and dichotomies are linked to cyclicalprocesses rather than progress. However, taoismoften values yin above yang [1], and Confucianismoften values yang above yin.

A energy correction will work with the energy in the body and adjust the flows of energy to the parts of the body that are asking for the right level of energy. I have heard many people say that they do there work trying to give as much energy as they can. Once again everything is a balance with out this you have nothing.