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MBLEx Eastern

SFSM MBLEx Eastern Modality Terms

The life force that flows through all things. Provides structure and animates all things in the universe. chi
The Japanese word for Chi. ki
Japanese term for acupressure point. Lie along energy meridians in the body. tsubo
Two opposing and mutually supporting phases of Chi. Used to describe the quality of energy in the body. yin and yang
Another form of Yin and Yang. zang and fu
A subtle form of acupressure using light finger pressure to affect Tsubo points along the energy meridians in order to balance Chi in the body. jin shin do
A Japanese form of bodywork usually performed on the floor. Uses rhythmic pressing to stimulate the flow of Chi through the meridians of the body. shiatsu
In Chinese Medicine, the energetic center of the body. 1-2 inches below the belly button. tan den
In Chinese Medicine, the physical center of the body. Around the belly button. hara
Essential energy inherited from our ancestors and passed down to us from our parents. Important form of Chi needed for reproduction. jing essence
Created by: jrpotter