Notes for the following treatments:


Abbreviations used: CV/GV = Ren/Du, HP (Heart Protector) = Pericardium (P), Aggressive Energy (AE).
All points needled using tonification technique except for certain recognised protocols, such as AE drain.
Moxa cones applied before treatment except where contraindicated.
Number of cones and needle depth taken from JR Worsley's Point Reference Guide.

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Patient 29: Treatment 2 (Wood) (see blog of 15.5.11 for Treatment 1)

Patient:  Male, age 25

Element:  Wood

Number of prior treatments: One

Feedback after treatment 1:  His partner remarked that he “looked better”.  He himself said that he had noticed he felt generally lighter and a bit more optimistic.  I thought his face looked less flushed, and his eyes looked clearer.
Treatment given:

1                    SI – Bl block (SI 19 – Bl 1)
2                    Co – St block (Co 20, St 1)
I was already on the look-out for these two blocks, since it was likely that there must have been some severe blocking of energy around the eye to cause the nerve damage.
3                    CV 14  For his spirit – to relieve some of the oppression he feels.
4                    GB 41, Li 1  His spring seasonal treatment.  The best of the year for a Wood patient (even better if we could do it in the middle of the night in Wood’s horary time!)

At the end of treatment:   For the first time I felt he was beginning to relate more easily to me, and I learnt more about his plans for the future, as if he dared think forward a little more.

Time of next treatment:  In one week.    

Proposals for next treatment:  Liv 14, Gate of Hope, or Bl 38 (43) which, as I heard JR Worsley saying once, “goes to every cell in the body” (being at the level of the AEP of the HP, it is related to the body’s blood supply and distribution).  It is a marvellous point for absolutely everybody because of this, since the quality of our blood supply underlies all our efforts to restore balance.

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