Bringing The Points Alive

Nine Important Acupuncture Points for Serious Lung Disorders

Focusing on nine acupuncture points for the treatment of serious lung disorders and on building immunity, this presentation dusts off old classic points so they are seen in a new and fresh light.

Peter Firebrace
Peter Firebrace

Course Overview

Focusing on nine acupuncture points for the treatment of serious lung disorders, this webinar dusts off old classic points so they are seen in a new and fresh light. A reminder is also given of the importance of the Yang Sheng Nourishing Life tradition to provide a sound basis for health and to build strong immunity.

 

Useful points to treat serious respiratory disorders are presented from Bl 12 Wind Gate at the first sign of attack, through the many-faceted Lung shu point Bl 13, to the severe breathless exhaustion and emaciation of both strongly regulatory Bl 42 Po Door and Sun Simiao's deeply restorative and tonifying point Bl 43 that can revive from death's door.

 

From the area of the Middle Pass on the back we move to the Central Temple of Ren 17 at the front, location of the Middle Cinnabar Field, showing the strong links of Chinese medicine with the Daoist internal alchemy tradition. Also powerfully regulatory, Ren 17 clears the lungs and transforms phlegm, while the Flowery Canopy of Ren 20 cools and refreshes and the Jade Pivot of Ren 21 frees up the fixity and stagnation of a tight, painful chest.

 

The Central Storehouse of Lu 1 invigorates when both lung and spleen are compromised, transforming phlegm and calming dyspnoea, while the refined Cloud Gate of Lu 2 clears heat and restores the fine beneficial mist of the upper heater, especially helpful to the elderly with their tendency to dryness and deficient yin.

 

The presentation ends with a poem, Immunity Unity.

Objectives

  • Be able to differentiate effectively between 9 important lung points for the treatment of serious lung disorders.

  • Understand the important link between Yang Sheng Nourishing Life practices and immunity.

  • Understand the importance of Daoist internal alchemy maps to Chinese medicine.

Outline

  • 0 hrs - 15 min

    Covid lockdown has given us an enforced retreat and time to question the measures taken, leading to loss of liberty and economic decline. Yang Sheng, Nourishing Life, is part of our health tradition and an important guide to strengthen our immunity.

  • 15 min - 30 min

    Bl 12 first atttack, defending against wind cold and heat. Bl 13 for all lung disorders, empty or full, warming in cold and nourishing lung yin in dryness. Bl 42 for serious lung disease, severe exhaustion, night sweats, cough with blood in sputum.

  • 30 min - 45 min

    Bl 43 between Bl 42 Door of Po and Bl 44 Hall of Spirit, betwen qi of lungs and blood of heart. Area of Middle Pass. Strongly tonifying and restorative point. Emaciation and exhaustion, coughing with blood, night sweats, near death. Often moxad.

  • 45 min - 1 hrs

    Ren 17 Central temple, upper sea of qi, sea of zong qi. Cough, dyspneoa, pain in chest and heart, pus and blood in lungs, sadness, fear. Ren 20 cooling, refreshing. Tight chest and ribs, dyspneoa, swollen throat. Ren 21 loosens painful stiff chest.

  • 1 hrs - 1.25 hrs

    Lu 1 Reunion with spleen, abundant phlegm, dyspneoa. Spleen and lungs compromised. Lu 2 Cloud Gate, refined point to clear heat, breathlessness, good for the elderly. Immunity Unity poem.

Reviews

  • Brittany K. (Canada)

    Very much like the poetic nature to his teaching. Enjoyable and interesting to listen to . Recommend this course.

  • Shannon W. (Australia)

    Very informative and easy to follow

  • Julie S. (United States of America)

    I highly recommend this course. The teacher's knowledge and passion for this material/this medicine is evident and thoroughly enjoyable to witness and learn from.

Reviews

Very much like the poetic nature to his teaching. Enjoyable and interesting to listen to . Recommend this course.

Brittany K. (Canada)

Very informative and easy to follow

Shannon W. (Australia)

I highly recommend this course. The teacher's knowledge and passion for this material/this medicine is evident and thoroughly enjoyable to witness and learn from.

Julie S. (United States of America)

Teacher

Peter Firebrace

A graduate of the International College of Oriental Medicine, Peter Firebrace, FBAcC, has extensively studied TCM and Chinese language and philosophy. He was a co-founder of Monkey Press, teaches internationally, and also produces songs and poems on topics pertaining to TCM. Peter is in the process of setting up Guan Academy of Chinese Medicine for online teaching.

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    Approved By: NCCAOM (1.25), Standard Certificate (1.25)

    Pending: California [Upon Request]*

  • Language: English

  • Course Type: Recorded Webinar

  • Course Length: 1.25 h

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