Taoism
TWELVE IMPORTANT TAOIST POINTS

 


Taoist Master Ma Dan Yang was an expert in the acupuncture technique and selected the points of the body that are known as Ma Dan Yang Shi Er Zhen (Ma Dan Yang 12 points of Acupuncture). These points are: Zhu San Li, Nei Ting, Qu Chi, He Gu, Wei Zhong, Cheng Shan, Tai Chong, Kun Lun, Huan Tiao, Yang Ling Quan, Tong Li, Lie Que. With these few points (still in use today) is possible to treat and defeat diseases in our body. In Chinese traditional medicine, these 12 points are also known as, Qian Jin Xue (the 12 Points of Acupuncture that are as Valuable as Thousands Liang of Gold).

The 12 points of acupuncture of Master Ma Dan Yang are: Zhu San Li (¡°Three Distances," belongs to the Stomach meridian), Nei Ting (¡°Inner Compartment," belongs to the Stomach meridian), Qu Chi (¡°Curve of the Pool," belongs to the Large Intestine meridian), He Gu (¡°Bottom of the Valley," belongs to the Large Intestine meridian), Wei Zhong (¡°Perfect Balance," belongs to the Bladder meridian), Cheng Shan (¡°Support Mountain," belongs to the Bladder meridian), Tai Chong (¡°Supreme Assault," belongs to the Liver meridian), Kun Lun (¡°Kuen Loun Mountain," belongs to the Bladder meridian), Huan Tiao (¡°Jump of Waist," belongs to the Gall Bladder meridian), Yang Ling Quan (¡°Yang Hill Fountain," belongs to the Gall Bladder meridian), Tong Li (¡°Communication with the Interior," belongs to the Heart meridian), Lie Que (¡°Cliff of Breaches," belongs to the Lung meridian).

 

 

 

 

ACUPUNCTURETHE TWELVE ANIMALS OF TAOIST ASTROLOGY

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