This guide will help you understand how stimulating the specific points on your face will help you regain balance and revive a sense of wellbeing.

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The lymphatic system

Associated with taking care of others, when out of balance there is either a feeling of self preservation or inability to preserve our personal space; stimulation helps balance that openness.

The small intestine

Associated with emotions and enthusiasm, when out of balance we may experience a sense of instability, or be over emotional; stimulation helps to balance our mood.

The bladder

Associated with willpower and vital energy, when out of balance we may either feel run down or hyper active; stimulation has a reassuring and calming effect.

The liver

Associated with tolerance, when out of balance we may be short tempered; stimulation helps us to recapture our calm.

The heart

Associated with feeling content, when out of balance we may feel either unsettled or over emotional; stimulation balances and reinvigorates our enthusiasm.

The spleen/pancreas

Associated with the interaction with other people, when out of balance we may feel introverted and reclusive; stimulation helps to restore an open and welcoming attitude.

The gall bladder

Associated with decision making and control, when out of balance we may feel indecisive or impatient; stimulation releases tensions and helps recapture a sense of positive control.

The kidneys

Associated with willpower and vital energy, when out of balance we may feel doubtful and overwhelmed; stimulation helps to regain a sense of calm.

The stomach

Associated with understanding and positive thought, when out of balance we may feel anxious; stimulation helps revive our peace of mind.

The lungs

Associated with our personal space, when out of balance we may feel oppressed; stimulation helps us to refresh and re-energise.

The large intestine

Associated with concentration, when out of balance we may feel unfocussed; stimulation helps recapture clarity and drive.

The endocrine system

Associated with a sense of efficiency and good self esteem, when out of balance we can either feel overwhelmed or too impulsive; stimulation increases our self reliance and vitality.
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GV24 – Shen Ting

An anti-stress point related to the nervous system; stimulation helps to release anxiety

GB14 - Yang Bai

Related to the Gall Bladder meridian; stimulation helps to release head tension so that eyes appear brighter and fresher.

EX1 - Yintang

Related to the lungs and the skin; stimulation helps to calm anxiety and stress, improving skin’s energy.

UB2 - Zan Zhu

A point related to the Urinary Bladder meridian; stimulation helps to decongest.

UB1 - Jing Ming

This point is related to the Urinary Bladder meridian; stimulation helps to brighten the eyes.

GB1 – Tong Li Ziao

Related to the Gall Bladder meridian; stimulation of this point helps to brighten the eyes.

ST3 – Juliao

A point related to the Stomach meridian; stimulation helps to improve overall energy, boosting blood circulation.

LI20 – Ting Xiang

GV27 – Extremity of the mouth

A Du Mai point, its stimulation helps the free circulation of energy as well as an anti inflammatory action.

CV24 – Cheng Jiangh

A Ren Mai point, its stimulation helps to regulate the excess of energy coming from the liver and helps to reduce face swelling.

GB20 – Feng chi

A point related to the Gall Bladder meridian; stimulation helps to release and unlock tensions, providing a sense of relaxation. (point located on the lower part of the back of the head)