How To Use Facial Mapping And Reflexology To Feel Balanced And Energized

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In addition to operating along different meridians and with organ energies, traditionally, facial mapping in reflexology is also connected to yin and yang energy. Examples of sensations described as yin energy is often described as: cold, wet, smoothing, filling, dispersed, soft, achy, dull, deep, heavy, or even stagnant. An excess of yin energy can be as simple as excessively oily skin or even cysts. Yang energy can be described as hot, dry, boosting, moving, reducing, shrinking, precise, tight, or even red. Facial cues that indicate an excess of yang energy include red and/or inflamed skin. In order to balance an excess or deficiency of either energy, you must balance it out with it’s opposite.

While it’s always beneficial to meet with a professional—there are 257 points within the Dien Chan zones alone—the tools are an easy way to simply treat a yin or yang imbalance at home. I encourage my clients to simply test which side of a tool feels best or creates a sensation you are intuitively drawn to. Without even knowing which is yang and which is yin, you can start experiencing the positive effects of facial reflexology. One of the most popular tools is the 206 multireflex tool because of it’s easy to use roller sides for both yin and yang energies.

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How To Use Facial Mapping And Reflexology To Feel Balanced And Energized

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