For qigong and inner alchemy practice the du the ren the chong and the dai are the most important of the eight extraordinary meridians the du mai flows from the tip of the coccyx up the spine over the head and ends in the upper part of the mouth. The eight extraordinary meridians have specialized functions that distinguish them from the twelve regular meridians 1 reservoir and storage of qi in chapter 27 of the nan jing the eight extraordinary meridians unique reservoir storage of qi function is compared to the natural waterways or vessels of the body in case of an emergency when pathogenic qi like heavy rain overflows and fills the twelve regular meridians the eight extraordinary vessels come to the rescue by receiving . The eight extraordinary meridians pathways of energy qi run deep within our bodies and supply the 12 regular meridians with qi and blood supporting our dna or genetic heritage they have no direct connections to the organ systems and with the exception of the pairing of du mai and ren mai share points with the 12 regular meridians. Eight spiritual extraordinary meridians dec 29 2012 admin 2 comments learn aids asthma bells palsy bonding chakras chronic dai depression digestion du eight extraordinary eight spiritual emotion energetic fibroids illness mental meridians parkinsons psychoemotional psychospiritual quantum energy ren sacred geometry yang yang qiao yang wei yin yin qiao yin wei
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