Chinese acupressure for the eyes
2The second point – bladder meridian B1, which also improves eye problems – is located on each side of the root of the nose, right where the petals of your glasses normally rest. Use your thumb and index finger and grip the root of your nose. Make gentle circular movements.alternatively, you can just press and release.
3bladder meridian. Directly underneath the centre of the eyeball we have the first point of the stomach meridian, ST1, which relieves red eye, night-blindness, over-active tear ducts and also near-sight. The easiest way to do this is to use four fingers and press down and release on the edge of the bone. Sometimes you will feel a wonderful coolness flowing down over your eyes indicating the flow of energy.
The final point is located at the back of the head, just where your neck muscles are attached to the skull. You will find some indentations on each side of your head – this is where the 20 gallbladder points are located. Massage with gentle circular movements.
These energy moving exercises can be used as many times as you like. They are especially useful when you feel that your head is getting a bit woolly because they get the energy moving around your eyes and head. They also stimulates a plethora of beneficial acupuncture points. I also suspect that they may encourage hair growth. You can practise these for almost any vision problem and experience positive results.