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Athlete Archetype
Meridian Archetypes, Traditional Chinese Medicine

The Athlete: A Skin Meridian Archetype 

You can use your skin meridian to tap into the source of your energy. The “flow state” is a modern term for tapping into your source with the skin. It describes an athlete’s ability to go into the “zone” while performing. Exercise becomes simpler and less energy is expended. You feel as though you are at the top of your game. If you are able to fall into the flow state, you probably have a healthy skin meridian.

god goddess archetype
Meridian Archetypes, Traditional Chinese Medicine

The God/Goddess: A Sexual Meridian Archetype 

The sexual meridian is represented by the archetype of the god/goddess. Like the Greek and Roman gods, the power of the sexual meridian is inherent and inherited. Their energy captivates people and draws people in. One of the emotional meridians, the God/Goddess is drawn to social situations. They are instinctually empathetic and often take on the emotions of those around them. They have a subtle shrewd intellect and a very strong will.

yin yang
Healing for Meridians, Traditional Chinese Medicine

How Yin/Yang Influence Infinity Meridian Resistance Training 

Excess yang or yin can cause a variety of imbalances in the body. Infinity uses yin/yang to identify problem areas, establish treatment plans, follow an internal map of balancing muscle groups, and find the balance between strength and flexibility. Yin/yang show us where imbalances manifest in the body and we use that knowledge to regain balance and mobility.

The Engineer
Meridian Archetypes

The Engineer: A Brain Meridian Archetype 

The engineer archetype typifies the brain’s control over the mind and body. The engineer is driven by their need to understand how things work. By breaking the world down into its parts, the engineer turns life into a blueprint where one action predictably leads to another. When not being themselves, the brain meridian tends toward paranoia and may see plots where there aren’t any.

Artist
Meridian Archetypes

The Artist: A Small Intestine Meridian Archetype 

We know that extreme emotions can negatively affect our digestion, causing poor absorption and slow movement through the digestive tract. This is why we refuse food in the face of grief or lose our appetite when our fight-or-flight response is triggered. Unfortunately, poor digestion can also aggravate our stress response. They feed off of each other in a symbiotic relationship. Therefore, to have a healthy digestive system, we need to take care of both our minds and our bodies.

Mediator
Meridian Archetypes

The Mediator: A Spleen Meridian Archetype 

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, earth elements are particularly important in times of transition. They keep us grounded and protected during turbulence, and allow us to bloom and grow during times of peace. However, though the spleen meridian thrives in times of peace, that does not mean they revile conflict. One of their greatest strengths is seeing both sides of an argument and mediating a compromise.