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Yin Linking Vessel  The Yin Wei Mai are responsible for moving the Yin energy, regulating the Blood, and regulating the internal parts of the body and all Yin channels.

Yin Linking Vessel The Yin Wei Mai are responsible for moving the Yin energy, regulating the Blood, and regulating the internal parts of the body and all Yin channels.

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The Gall Bladder Meridian governs the sides of the body, joints, muscles and tendons, the digestion of fat and the health of the eyes, the ability to make decisions and judgments, organize and plan, have a vision. It also regulates anger. Press any sore point on its path to balance it and all associated functions and mental state.

The Gall Bladder Meridian governs the sides of the body, joints, muscles and tendons, the digestion of fat and the health of the eyes, the ability to make decisions and judgments, organize and plan, have a vision. It also regulates anger. Press any sore point on its path to balance it and all associated functions and mental state.

Small Intestine Meridian

Small Intestine Meridian

The Yang Linking vessel regulates the Qi mainly in the Yang channels: the urinary bladder, gall bladder, triple burner, small intestine, and stomach. channels. It is also connected with the Governing vessel at Yamen (Gv-l5) and Fengfu (Gv-l6). This vessel and the Yang Heel vessel have not been emphasized much in Qigong, except in Iron Shirt training where these two and the Governing vessel are trained.

The Yang Linking vessel regulates the Qi mainly in the Yang channels: the urinary bladder, gall bladder, triple burner, small intestine, and stomach. channels. It is also connected with the Governing vessel at Yamen (Gv-l5) and Fengfu (Gv-l6). This vessel and the Yang Heel vessel have not been emphasized much in Qigong, except in Iron Shirt training where these two and the Governing vessel are trained.

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