Description – adapted from the book ‘Inner Cultivation Through the Twelve Meridians’ by Chloe Faith Wordsworth:

The Liver Meridian

In the Chinese Five Element tradition, the Liver Meridian is known as the General of the Army and it holds the larger vision for our life. A well balanced Liver Meridian stands back and holds a perspective that makes successful plans and achieving great objectives possible. It has an uncanny ability to anticipate what is needed, organise our life in a smooth way, create strategies for success, and handle the details with ease to achieve our goal.

The need of the Liver Meridian is to stay connected to the divine plan for our life, evolution and growth, and have the freedom to go into action, free from others’ control and constraints. 

When this meridian is out of balance, we may experience some of the following:

  • Being stuck in blame, judgements, belligerence, and lack of forgiveness
  • Having emotions out of control or swinging from one extreme to another
  • Hurting others through our anger, irritation and reactiveness
  • Being autocratic and insisting on our own way
  • Needing to be right and avoiding telling the truth in order to be right
  • Difficulty focusing
  • Feeling constrained and controlled so we can’t go into positive action
  • Breaking our agreements because of poor timing and procrastinating
  • Being late for appointments
  • Rambling in conversation without an aim or focus
  • Unable to see the bigger picture 
  • Being hyper-tense which causes our gestures, voice, and eyes to be intense and can make others feel tense
  • Unable to assert ourselves, being timid and not standing up for ourselves
  • Compromising on our vision 

When this meridian is coherent, we can experience the following:

  • Being capable and using our foresight to make excellent plans for achieving our goals and vision
  • Having a clear vision and assertively going into action to manifest it
  • Standing back to gain perspective when assessing challenging situations or people
  • Having an excellent sense of timing
  • Knowing the right time to act and the right amount of time to give to each action
  • Staying emotionally calm and in control
  • Flowing around obstacles and difficulties
  • Using challenges as opportunities for growth

Chi – our life energy – circulates through our meridian system throughout the day. Consequently, the highest and lowest energy times for each meridian are twelve hours apart. The Liver Meridian’s energy peaks between 1am and 3am, and it dips to its lowest point between 1pm and 3pm. 

The Liver Meridian is a Wood Element meridian, which is connected to the season of Spring. The Wood Element’s need is for direction and its virtue is benevolence. Benevolence is cultivated when we go beyond all judgements of ourselves, others, and life. It gives us the vision to see things differently, see the bigger picture, see more options, and maintain a positive, hopeful attitude. It allows us to have a vision of the higher purpose of our life.

What:

Group Resonance Repatterning® session to balance the Liver Meridian

When:

January 2022

Where:

To protect participant privacy, this session is conducted by proxy – participants take part on an energetic level only

How:

  1. Before the session, you will be given the opportunity to share issues you would like to repattern through Google Forms.
  2. Sophia will collect all the submissions and conduct the session on the date shared above. She will do the Spiral Up option on the group’s behalf to shift the energy and then confirm the shift by rechecking the group’s resonance with each statement.
  3. The session will be shared with you as soon as possible in the form of a PDF and a private video link.
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