/ɡɔːl ˈblædə(r) məˈrɪdiən/
Making Decisions. Judgment. Clarity and Organization
I Key Points
Gallbladder System, Foot’s Minor Yang Gallbladder Meridian or Shao Yang Gallbladder Channel of Foot (足少阳胆经), o. felleus
Phase of Change
Yin oder Yang Quality
small Yang – Shao Yang, 少阳
Hun, the ethereal soul
Visions, clear perception, making decisions, creativity
I How to Support?
Diagnoses with the meridians of the Wood Element are about choosing life concepts, making decisions and coming into free, creative self-expression. In doing so, it is important to make sensible use of your own energies and resources. Activity in the fresh air is often very beneficial.
All holistic natural healing methods, such as Acupuncture, Homeopathy or similar
Holistic Body Therapies
such as Shiatsu and others
Psychotherapy, especially methods that promote the active expression of the personality, e. g. painting therapy; family therapy or couple counselling, including family constellations, etc.
Makko Ho Exercises
Yoga – especially twists and sideways bending
Martial arts; all dynamic physical exercises
Expressing individuality according to creative talent – e.g. by painting, playing music, writing
Maybe you would like to book your treatment right away? I am looking forward to wonderful treatments!
Enjoy. Get inspired.
And as always
Be realistic…plan a miracle!
I Spiritual Potential Hun, the ethereal soulRead More
The liver is home to Hun, the ethereal soul. It is a kind of “soul personality” and lives on after death. This concept is found in Confucianism, Buddhism and Taoism. According to traditional ideas, the liver establishes the connection to the universal or divine and is an essential carrier of spiritual growth.
This aspect of the soul nourishes our imagination, one of the roots of our creativity. Through dreams and lived emotions there is a connection to the subconscious, the origin of our strength and our courage.
Developing a vision or the ability to dream something in the future is an expression of a powerful liver energy.
I Emotion AngerRead More
Ideally, our urge for life and creative expression would be balanced by the emphasis on peaceful coexistence – peaceful coexistence is a quality that complements the Wood Element.
This urge is often suppressed in our upbringing. Under these circumstances, anger is a means of making oneself heard. The balance between the strength of our Wood-Energy and the power of its suppression determines how our anger expresses itself and what direction the Ki-flow that accompanies it will take.
Either the Ki will shoot up and cause severe symptoms (e. g. severe headaches, eye complaints, etc. ) or, if anger is suppressed, the flow of Ki will often slow down and create horizontal blockages (e. g. in the throat, diaphragm and pelvic floor)
I FunctionsRead More
A simple tree gives a good idea of the Wood Element. He is a rooted, growing being that stretches outwards and inwards, up and down at the same time. If one grows like a tree in the forest, then the energy is healthy and clear. One is grounded and growing, one is adaptable and strong, carries the seeds of new life and goes through a cycle from season to season.
The Gallbladder Meridian is the only Yang-Organ to which mental or spiritual abilities are attributed. He is the partner of the Liver in the Wood Element and geared to act. He gives the body what the Gallbladder-Energy conveys on the mental level: flexibility, coordination and balance.
The Gallbladder with his Yang emphasized decision-making ability needs an angle of 180° to be able to turn from one direction to the other. His meridian runs accordingly on the outside of the body downward and jumps from the head to the trunk, down into the legs, constantly back and forth. This flexibility helps us to weigh issues and to make quick and clear decisions.
I Organ FunctionsRead More
To make decisions
Carry out the planning of the liver
Provides mental presence, clarity, rational action
Supports the liver in many functions
Storage and excretion of bile
Control of digestive juices
Energy distribution of the sides: now and then a split between the right and left half of the body can be seen (e. g. eyebrows at different heights). This often reflects a conflict between two facets of the personality that cannot be solved by the person.
I SymptomsRead More
Blurred look, intraocular pressure
Tension in the neck and shoulder area
Costalneuralgien; Rigidity of joints / arms / legs, total body is immobile
Cough with mucus formation
Convulsions and pain of bile or stomach; Ulcers duodenum; occasional nausea in the morning; Upset stomach; Heartburn; Constipation / diarrhea;
Decision weakness -> insomnia
Irrational worries about details
Feeling of restlessness
Stubbornness and others
I Harmful InfluencesRead More
Suppressed anger or suppressed resentment
Medicaments, such as Anti-inflammatory preparations, Tranquillizer, the anti-baby pill or hormone replacement
Drugs like opium, cannabis and heroin