How do we treat Acupuncture Meridian with Colourpuncture? How to choose the right colour? Treating Acupuncture meridians with colours to balance the flow of Qi or Energy is a very beginning of Colourpuncture. Modern Colourpuncture is evolving in a direction of therapies and treatment to heal the very roots of imbalances and diseases, the ‘Information’. We now use Meridian lines more in a targeted manner, asking a specific question: to ‘expel’ the pathogens in Cold/Flu; to resolve Food Stagnation and so on.

Here is the video transcript:

“In ‘modern’ Colourpuncture – what we do now – we don’t do meridians ‘entry point’/’exit point’ anymore, because there are quicker and more targeted strategies of working with (Acupuncture) meridians. However, in some – because what you’re referring to (stroking the meridians to open the meridian/to close the meridian) is the very beginning of Colourpuncture. This is how it started – and a part of it was stroking the (Acupuncture) meridians to regulate. And from what I understand, originally it was only Red and Green – so it was extreme it was basically Red to activate and then the opposite colour to calm down. And generally Green is a nice balancing colour so regardless if the situation is chronic or acute or whatever, Green would just balance and in combination with Red it will provide an effect. Now what you know obviously is still valid; this is still good. However, the way we work now is more is on a different premise. So we are looking more into an ‘Information’ source of things if it makes sense. Because with Acupuncture we mainly work with Energy; with Colourpuncture – as it is now – we work more and more with Information. Now if you look at for example (Colourpuncture) Update seminars of the recent years, Peter Mandel is creating more and more therapies and approaches into treating Therapy Resistance; addressing the Ancestry problems – addressing things which are very difficult; very obscure and very hard to respond to your normal treatments. So we are moving more in the direction of Crystals, UV, etc – things which access those parts which can hold the keys to the very very root of a disease. That does not mean that our work with the (Acupuncture) meridians should be forgotten! So, basically when we work with the (Acupuncture) meridians we’re working with the situation which is more ‘here and now’; present. Very often this is either a level of emotions which is Energy or level of physical dis-balance; physical illness; physical problems; pain – which is more physical body dis-balance, so we’re working more on this side of the spectrum and not necessarily we are tapping into the informational part. So in your situation – because you have the UV (Colourpuncture tool) you can work with the UV in the sense to balance. The way we work with meridians – now, for example is more we are asking a very ‘limited’ question. So for example, classic, classic which I’m sure you know this treatment, it’s a basic treatment it’s a part of the treatment for Cold, common Cold and Flu. So we stroke the very beginning – I’m quite struggling to show you looking at myself in this little window – so basically we start at the very beginning of the Large Intestine meridian and we stroke from the Large Intestine 1 – through the Large Intestine 2 and 3 – to the Large Intestine 4 and back. So this way what is happening – so for those of you who are not familiar with the (Acupuncture) meridian sort of structure: this is the very end or the very beginning of the (Acupuncture) meridians; they are very sort of end points of things. So the energy (Qi) here is very very shallow; very very accessible. So when we treat something here we normally want to say in this particular situation we want to what is called ‘expel the pathogens’ so if you have an attack of Cold or Flu, something on the first stage, you want to ‘expel the pathogens’ out of the body. And the energy (Qi) here is very shallow; so as a meridian – the flow of energy (Qi) is the flow of Chi (Qi) in the meridian is very very shallow so we tap straight into it at this level. And what you need to remember about this particular line in case you you know you want to choose this particular line – so if you have a Cold without temperature then you use Red to stroke; but when you already develop temperature or you start off with the temperature you switch it to Blue because exactly the points that you made before – we either need to activate the meridian or we need to sedate it. So, it’s ‘either/or’. And when we are talking about acute situations, then it’s Red – or Blue when there is temperature, there is pain or something. You can use the same strategy, you can use the same approach if you would like to treat any (Acupuncture) meridian. So for example, for argument’s sake if you have somebody with ‘Food Stagnation’ – you know somebody just over-eaten; they had you know some food – you can treat the very end of the (Acupuncture) Stomach meridian. So we are talking about you know the area of – from probably (Acupuncture point) Stomach 41 down to the end of the meridian or probably even (Acupuncture points) (Stomach) 44-45 – you can just stroke you know the toe itself and this will give you the result. Now, how to choose the (Colourpuncture) Colour? You need to test for sensitivity and this is the beauty of Colourpuncture and the big advantage in comparison with Acupuncture – you palpate the two sides and for example even when there is a ‘Stagnation’ of food in the stomach person over ate and this is classic ‘Excess’ reaction the bottom line is we still need to test both meridians and see what is happening. If one side is more sensitive, then – in case of the (Acupuncture) Stomach meridian – we treat it in Blue and the other side is less sensitive we treat it in Orange because we both need to sedate, we need to calm down things and we need to activate the stomach function so it can actually process the food and everything. So we still use this if for example both sides are very very responsive; very very painful then you can use Blue/Blue or if both sides are absolutely non-responsive you can use Orange/Orange. So, you go with (Colourpuncture) colour indications. Colour indication is such an interesting thing in Colourpuncture! It’s so simple, so basic – we learn it on a day one – but this is something we come back to again and again and again; especially if you want to create your own (Colourpuncture) protocols, if you want to be creative with colour in general.”

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