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Sexual Meridian

Sexual Meridian In Your Personality

High Traits

The sexual meridian is best represented by the god or goddess archetype. Alluring, captivating, and graceful this meridian encourages spontaneity and gaiety. As an emotional type, they connect empathically with others and often times take others’ emotions into themselves. They see the big picture and often focus on ideas over details.

Low Traits

When not at their best, this meridian can be moody and unpredictable. They are more likely to harm themselves than others.

Sexual Functions

Western Medicine

Since the sexual meridian focuses on growth, both physical and psychological, our sexual meridian in western medicine centers on the endocrine system. The endocrine system manages the body’s hormone production, mood, and male/female organs.

Eastern Medicine

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, the conception vessel is the ruler of all feminine yin energy in the body. The meridian runs down the front of the body. In Traditional Chinese medicine, the sexual meridian works closely with all of the yin meridians, but none more so than the kidney and lungs. In women, the “Sea of Qi” regulates the uterus, menstruation, menopause, and pregnancy. 

Meridian Associations

Archetype: The God/Goddess

Element: Air (Fire)
Yin or Yang: Yin
Time of Day: Past
Color: Red-Orange
Body Part: Endocrine System
Sensory Basis: Chemical
Corresponding Meridian in TCM: Conception Vessel

Personality Group: Emotional
Associated Muscles: Hip flexors

Balancing Meridian: Brain

Physical Symptoms of Imbalance

Diminished Sex Drive
Carbohydrate Cravings
Weight Gain
Mood Swings
Eating Disorders
Trouble Breathing

Emotional Symptoms of Imbalance (Eastern View)

Lack of control, frantic
Low Self-Esteem


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