THE BRIDGE CIRCUITS – YIN & YANG
These energetic circuits known as the bridge circuits, the yin bridge circuit runs down the front and inside of the body and the yang circuits run down the back and outside of the body.
These circuits form the connection between the front and back of the body.
The body is made up of both masculine and feminine energies.
They are the polarities within the body and these circuits connect these polarities, the positive and negative charges generating and the human systems receptive and forceful impulses.
The system works in a harmonious flow with these circuits in a good state and support the exchange of information, particularly your intuitive assessments of others.
It only takes an investment of time, space and attention of the individual to take an invested interest in their own human energetic system.
YIN BRIDGE ENGAGEMENT
Place the middle fingers of each hand between your breasts (at top of thymus) and draw a “heart” by circling your hands up and then around each breast (it is not necessary to touch the body), meeting just below the sternum.
When your hands meet at the sternum after go straight down the front of the body very deliberately, continue down the legs, moving toward the inside and wrapping your fingers underneath your feet. Pull your body up and away, stretching your arms. You will feel a stretch in your back.
Another good way to activate the Yin Bridge is to sideways figure 8 movements over the face and then down the front of the trunk of the body. The movements extend across the width of the body, making 8s that are about 4inches tall. and weaving them down to the bottom of the body.
YANG BRIDGE ENGAGEMENT
Stand behind the person and with the fingers of either hand, tap on the outer edge of the person’s left shoulder.
Rapidly tap three more points: the outer edge of the right shoulder, the outer each of the left hipbone, and then of the right hipbone.
These four quick taps form a “Z”. A strong energy check indicates that energies are bridging between the left and right sides of the back.
Activating the Yang Bridge.
Do sideways figure 8 movements on the back of the head and then down the back of the trunk of the body.
The movements extend across the width of the body, making 8′ s that area bout 4 inches tall, and weaving them down to the bottom of the body.