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Points III (PCOM'11)

BP: Horary, Confluent, IP, XC, Luo, Mu, Shu, Command, Cross, Meeting, Path, Exit

QuestionAnswer
Lung horary 8
Large intestine horary 1
Stomach horary 36
Spleen horary 3
Heart horary 8
Small intestine horary 5
Urinary bladder horary 66
Kidney horary 10
Pericardium horary 8
San Jiao horary 6
Gallbladder horary 41
Liver horary 1
Confluent point for Ren LU7
Confluent point for Du SI3
Confluent point for Dai GB41
Confluent point for Chong SP4
Confluent point for Yin Linking (Yin Wei) PC6
Confluent point for Yang Linking (Yang Wei) SJ5
Confluent point for Yin Heel (Yin Qiao) K6
Confluent point for Yang Heel (Yang Qiao) UB62
Xi-Cleft for Yin Heel K8
Xi-Cleft for Yang Heel UB59
Xi-Cleft for Yin Linking K9
Xi-Cleft for Yang Linking GB35
Luo Connecting point on the Ren channel Ren 15 (FM of Heart is R14; Luo of Ren is R15)
Luo Connecting point on the Du channel Du 1
Luo Connecting point on the Lung meridian 7
Luo Connecting point on the Large Intestine meridian 6
Luo Connecting point on the Stomach meridian 40
Luo Connecting point on the Spleen meridian 4
Luo Connecting point on the Heart meridian 5
Luo Connecting point on the Small Intestine meridian 7
Luo Connecting point on the Urinary Bladder meridian 58
Luo Connecting point on the Kidney meridian 4
Luo Connecting point on the Pericardium meridian 6
Luo Connecting point on the San Jiao meridian 5
Luo Connecting point on the Gallbladder meridian 37
Luo Connecting point on the Liver meridian 5
Yuan Source point on the Lung meridian 9
Yuan Source point on the Large Intestine meridian 4
Yuan Source point on the Stomach meridian 42
Yuan Source point on the Spleen meridian 3
Yuan Source point on the Heart meridian 7
Yuan Source point on the Small Intestine meridian 4
Yuan Source point on the Urinary Bladder meridian 64
Yuan Source point on the Kidney meridian 3
Yuan Source point on the Pericardium meridian 7
Yuan Source point on the San Jiao meridian 4
Yuan Source point on the Gallbladder meridian 40
Yuan Source point on the Liver meridian 3
Xi-Cleft Point on the Lung channel 6
Xi-Cleft Point on the Large Intestine channel 7
Xi-Cleft Point on the Stomach channel 34
Xi-Cleft Point on the Spleen channel 8
Xi-Cleft Point on the Heart channel 6
Xi-Cleft Point on the Small Intestine channel 6
Xi-Cleft Point on the Urinary Bladder channel 63
Xi-Cleft Point on the Kidney channel 5
Xi-Cleft Point on the Pericardium channel 4
Xi-Cleft Point on the San Jiao channel 7
Xi-Cleft Point on the Gallbladder channel 36
Xi-Cleft Point on the Liver channel 6
Front Mu LU LU1
Front Mu LI ST25
Front Mu ST Ren 12
Front Mu SP LR13
Front Mu HT Ren 14
Front Mu SI Ren 4
Front Mu UB Ren 3
Front Mu KD GB25
Front Mu PC Ren 17
Front Mu SJ Ren FFFFFFFFIVE
Front Mu GB GB24
Front Mu LR LR14
Back Shu LU UB13
Back Shu LI UB25
Back Shu ST UB21
Back Shu SP UB20
Back Shu HT UB15
Back Shu SI UB27
Back Shu UB UB28
Back Shu KD UB23
Back Shu PC UB14
Back Shu SJ UB22
Back Shu GB UB19
Back Shu LR UB18
Influential Point for Vessels LU9
Influential Point for Bone UB11
Influential Point for Marrow GB39
Influential Point for Blood UB17
Influential Point for Qi Ren17
Influential Point for Fu Ren12
Influential Point for Zang LR13
Influential Point for Sinews GB34
Entry Point LI 4
Exit Point LU 7
Exit Point LI 20
Exit Point ST 42 (to SP1)
Exit Point SP 21
Exit Point HT 9
Exit Point SI 19
Exit Point UB 67
Exit Point KD 22* (not K27!)
Exit Point PC 8* (not 9!)
Exit Point SJ 22* (not 23!!)
Exit Ppint GB 41* (to the Dai!)
Exit Point LR 14
Jing River LU 8
Jing River LI 5
Jing River ST 41
Jing River SP 5
Jing River HT 4
Jing River SI 5
Jing River UB 60
Jing River KD 7
Jing River PC 5
Jing River SJ 6
Jing River GB 38
Jing River LR 4
Meeting Place: 3 Arm Yang SJ8
Meeting Place: 3 Arm Yin PC5 (!!)
Meeting Place: 3 Leg Yang GB35 (GB39)
Meeting Place: 3 Leg Yin SP6
MUSCLE Meeting Place: 3 Arm Yang (forehead) ST8/GB13
MUSCLE Meeting Place: 3 Arm Yin (thoracic cavity) GB22
MUSCLE Meeting Place: 3 Leg Yang (eyes) ST3/SI18
MUSCLE Meeting Place: 3 Leg Yin (genitals/pubic bone) Ren3
Command Point, Abdomen ST36
Command Point, Head & Back of Neck LU7
Command Point, Lower & Upper Back UB4-
Command Point, Face & Mouth LI4
Tonification Point on the LU Channel 9
Tonification Point on the LI Channel 11
Tonification Point on the SP Channel 2
Tonification Point on the ST Channel 41
Tonification Point on the HT Channel 9
Tonification Point on the SI Channel 3
Tonification Point on the KD Channel 7
Tonification Point on the UB Channel 67
Tonification Point on the PC Channel 9
Tonification Point on the SJ Channel 3
Tonification Point on the LR Channel 8
Tonification Point on the GB Channel 43
Sedation Point on the LU Channel 5
Sedation Point on the SP Channel 5
Sedation Point on the HT Channel 7
Sedation Point on the KD Channel 1
Sedation Point on the PC Channel 7
Sedation Point on the LR Channel 2
Sedation Point on the LI Channel 2
Sedation Point on the ST Channel 45
Sedation Point on the SI Channel 8
Sedation Point on the UB Channel 65
Sedation Point on the SJ Channel 10
Sedation Point on the GB Channel 38
Crossing points, LU None
Crossing points, LI Du14, ST12
Crossing points, ST Ren 12, Ren 13, Ren 24, Du14, Du24, Du26, UB1, GB3, GB4, GB5
Crossing points, SP Ren 3, Ren 4, LR14, GB24, LU1
Crossing points, HT None
Crossing points, SI UB41, UB11, Du14, Ren 17, Ren 13, Ren 12, GB1, UB1, SJ22
Crossing points, UB Du24, GB15, Du20, GB7, GB8, GB10-12, Du17, Du13, GB30
Crossing points, KD Ren 3, Ren 4, Du1, SP6
Crossing points, Ren ST1, Du28 (in mouth)
Crossing points, Du Ren 1, UB12
Crossing points, PC None
Crossing points, SJ Head: ST8, (UB1), GB1, GB3, GB4, SI18, S119; Back/Front: SI12, GB21, Du14, ST12
Crossing points, GB Head: ST8, SJ22, SJ20, SJ17, ST7; Back/Front: Du14, UB11, S12 (HBKim says ST5-8, ST12, SI12, SI17, SI19, UB11, UB31-34, SJ17, SJ20, SJ22, LR13, Du14)
Crossing points, LR Ren 2, Ren 3, Ren 4, SP5, SP12, SP13
Crossing points, Chong K11-K21, ST30, Ren 1
Crossing points, Yin Wei LR14, (SP13, SP15-16)
Crossing points, Yang Wei GB20, SI10, (GB21, DU16)
Crossing points, Yang Qiao GB20, ST1, SI10
Begins in chest and goes down through UJ, MJ, LJ Pericardium Channel
Begins in Lower Abdomen (along with Chong & Ren), emerges from perineal triangle and runs up spinal column, enters brain, goes to vertex, then forehead, nose upper lip Governing Vessel
Begins in Lower Abdomen (along with Chong & Ren), emerges from perineal triangle and runs up anterior body to throat, around lips, connects with Du28 (in mouth), passes thru cheek to ST1 Conception Vessel
Begins in fingers (??), enters PC (not Heart) then goes down thru UJ, MJ, LJ San Jiao Channel
Begins in MJ, connect to LU, LI, goes up to throat. Ends @ LU11. Lung Channel
Begins at tip of index finger ... (??) "Only channel that crosses to other side of body.: Large Intestine Channel
Begins @ LI20 and UB1. Goes to ST & SP. Connects to Du14. Stomach Channel
Begins at Big Toe. Enters SP/ST, "intestines," and Heart. Opens to Tongue. Spleen Channel
"Begins in Heart and goes out into four directions." "Only channel that starts @ its internal organ." Heart Channel
Begins at tip of little finger. Enters Heart, Stomach, Small Intestine. Goes to Du14. At face splits in two: upper branch goes to GB1; lower branch goes from SI18 to UB1. Enters ear at SI19. Small Intestine Channel
Begins at inner canthus of eye. Breaks off at lateral side of gastroc to connect with KD Channel. Urinary Bladder Channel
Begins at "lateral aspect of little toe." Goes to underside of food. "Internal pathway begins at Du1, passes thru L2, L3 and into KD, UB, LR/GB, ST->LU, HT/PC and up to tongue. "SP is only organ is doesn't enter-- though it does connect with SP channel." Kidney Channel
Begins at outer canthus of eye. Zigzags back and forth over head, enters ear then goes over shoulder. Zigzags over torso then down lateral aspect of leg. Ends @ 4th toe but exits @ GB1. Gallbladder Channel
Starts at dorsal (hairy) area of Great Toe. Runs up medial aspect of leg, to genitals, to lower abdomen, curves around stomach (but doesn't enter it), enters LR, connects with GB. Up thru diaphragm, branches out to HCR. Throat to "eye system," to vertex. Liver Channel
Created by: mrbarr on 2011-09-12



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