The Amazing Capabilities of the Healy: Digital Acupuncture & the 20 Meridians – Part 2

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The Amazing Capabilities of the Healy:

Digital Acupuncture & the 20 Meridians
Part 2


In our last post, Digital Acupuncture & the 20 Meridians – Part 1, we covered the basics of acupuncture, digital acupuncture and the 20 meridians. For a quick review, the meridians are the energetic pathways of the body that transport our qi, chi, life force, prana, divine essence, etc. However, it is important to note that these pathways are not physical. There are no physical vein-like equivalents that carry the energy through our body in our 3 dimensional reality. But rather, the meridians represent the complex network of pathways within our body that transport energy on a 5th-dimensional level. These pathways can become blocked and the energy can become stagnated through trauma, repressed emotions, internal conflicts, negative thoughts, etc. These blockages on an energetic level can then manifest on a physical level in our 3 dimensional reality as disease or ailments.

Because of this non-physical nature of the meridians, it’s easy for western medicine to proclaim it all quackery, but the simple truth is that this type of practice is just beyond the capacity of western medicine’s understanding. 

Western Medicine and Acupuncture

For instance, the Mayo Clinic – a well-respected institution within western medicine – recognizes that acupuncture works, but admits that “Western practitioners” don’t agree with the reason why. And like we said above, that is because western medicine can’t reconcile modern science with the idea of there being anything that exists outside of our 3 dimensional reality. This leaves western medicine totally blind in the areas of energy work and energetic predisposition.

See for yourself! According to the Mayo Clinic’s Acupuncture page, “many Western practitioners view the acupuncture points as places to stimulate nerves, muscles and connective tissue. Some believe that this stimulation boosts your body’s natural painkillers.” 

Because the meridians can’t be proved, these practitioners needed any other theory to explain why acupuncture works, without giving any credence to the theories of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It’s pretty impressive.

With all of that said, let’s take a quick look at what acupuncture can be used to treat by admission of western medicine. These lists are from the University of California San Diego’s Center for Integrative Medicine:

Not too bad for randomly stimulating nerves and tissues!

We like to joke around – but the simple truth is, because acupuncture, as well as digital acupuncture, work on a nonphysical energetic level, there is a nearly unlimited range of issues they can treat.

In this blog post, we’ll dive a little deeper into the individual meridians, starting with the original 12 primary meridians from Traditional Chinese Medicine and in the next one, we’ll cover the 8 additional Voll Meridians.

The 12 Meridians

  1. Bladder
  2. Circulation
  3. Gallbladder
  4. Heart
  5. Hormonal Balance (Triple warmer)
  6. Kidney
  7. Large Intestine
  8. Liver
  9. Lung
  10. Small Intestine
  11. Spleen-pancreas
  12. Stomach

10 out of the 12 meridians are named after the organs that they have the strongest relationship with and proximity to. The other 2 meridians also have areas of responsibility but since they are not associated with a single organ, they have been known by different names throughout time.

One of these meridians is known as the Triple Warmer (sometimes also called the Triple Heater), and it is identified within the Healy Meridians programs as Hormonal Balance. The last meridian is typically known as the Pericardium Meridian, while the Healy refers to this meridian as Circulation.

Each of these 12 meridians are not only associated with an organ and specific areas of the body (see picture), but also with certain emotions and even elements. For instance, the lung meridian is associated with grief and sorrow. The liver meridian is associated with anger and rage. The pericardium meridian is associated with jealousy and lust. These associations come into play especially when someone is dealing with past conflicts or traumas, or repressed or unresolved emotions.

Remember earlier when we mentioned stagnated or blocked energy in the meridians? With each meridian associated with a certain type of emotions, it is possible to make a treatment plan based on the issues being treated. But why guess?

The Healy Resonance takes all the guesswork out for you!

As we mentioned in The Amazing Capabilities of the Healy: The Resonance Scan, in addition to everything else it can do, the Healy Resonance is also a wonderful diagnostic tool. It can show you which meridians might be somewhat blocked or could use treatment. 

More importantly, if you’re paying close attention and taking notes, you can begin to track and notice the patterns within the meridian scans and begin to look out for something called energetic predisposition.

In our next blog post, we’ll discuss the 8 Voll Meridians and share a more complete picture of the 20 Meridians. Then we’ll start moving onto what you can do with all of this information and how to discover and treat any energetic predispositions in your system.


Stay tuned!




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