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Energy Medicine, Qigong and Home remedies for Dry Eyes

In Energy Medicine we view the eyes as being governed primarily by the Liver, Kidney and Stomach Meridians.  Doing a 3-Point Technique by holding Acupressure Sedating, Strengthening and Control points for these meridians will help to balance many eye related issues. 

In Chinese Medicine the Liver is associated with wood element and imbalances include challenges with eyes. 
Please read my post on Spring Qigong for Your Liver

Below is the collection of useful tips including Energy Medicine, Qigong and Home Remedies for the eye health.

Energy Medicine Quick Tips for the Eyes

1.  Tap or massage around the eyes and brow  

2.  Lightly pinch around eyes and eyebrows.   

3.  Close eyes and gently do tiny spindle cell pinches over eyelid.

4.  Trace Figure 8's around eyes in both directions.

5.  Press thumbs on Stomach 3 (ST3 see Photo1) and place fingers over GB 14 (see Photo 1) and hold.

Daily Eye Energy Hygiene

  • Upon Waking Up in the Morning, Massaging around the Eyes Stimulates Stomach Meridian, Connecting You to Your Own Rhythm
  • Take Some Time to Do Palming in Bed, Before Getting Up and Going; Tap and Rub around the Eyes to Stimulate Circulation 
  • Throughout the Day, Take about 2 Minutes Every Hour or Two to Clear/Re-Balance Your Eyes.  Shift from Close Vision to Far Vision, from Focus to Scanning, and Keep Your Head Moving
  • Periodically, while Reading or Working on the Computer, Massage around the Eyes and then Palm for 1-3 Minutes
  • Figure-8 the Eyes
  • Frequently Wash Glasses in Cold Water
  • Do the Cover the Eyes Exercise (see below) Several Times a Day to Stimulate Flow and Balance between the Energies of the Eyes and the Rest of the Body


1. Cover the Eyes with Fingers—Inhale—Exhale 

2. Inhale with Eyes Still Covered; Exhale while Dragging Fingers Across Eyes and Out to Temples

3. Inhale while Dragging Fingers Up over Ears; Exhale while Dragging Fingers Down Behind Ears to Shoulders; Hang Fingers on Shoulders at Neck

4. Inhale, Cross Arms, Placing Fingers on Opposite Shoulders; Exhale, Smoothing Hands Down Arms to Forearms

5. Inhale, Place Hands Flat Across Ribs Under Bust Area

6. Exhale while Sweeping Fingers Down Legs and Off Feet at Toes

7. Inhale While Sweeping Fingers Back Up Legs to Underarms

8. Exhale While Sweeping Fingers Down and Off the Body at Side of Waist

9. Use Tibetan Eye Chart 

Read on how to use it Tibetan Exercises for Eye Health

Liver Detox Meditation and  Qigong Self Massage

Enjoy this simple medical Qigong meditation and self massage.
Gently place your palms over the liver under the right rib cage and massage in a counterclockwise circle for 3 minutes while you breathe deeply, exhaling slowly for a long count of 9 and inhaling slowly for a count of 9.
As you perform this meditation, imagine anger, frustration and irritability as stuck energy slowly releasing from the liver.
Imagine your palms bringing to the liver cool, calming and moist energy, like water nourishing a dry and withered tree.
Visualize your tree, becoming vibrant, strong and flexible, bending gently like a willow tree, able to flex with the demands of life without becoming rigid and stressed.
Finish the massage by shaking out hands thoroughly and placing palms on the lower abdomen about 3 inches below your belly button.
Consciously store energy in the lower abdomen and feel peaceful and ready for the next activity before you.
Here is more information on Qigong and Liver health:
Heal your liver and release the anger
How to regain control of your emotions and heal all the internal organs

Also please read about standing qigong posture usually called Zhan Zhuang. 

Standing exercises (Zhan Zhuang) can positively affect every cell and every organ in the human body, improve the functioning of respiratory and vascular systems, and also improve metabolism. In other words, they activate the whole human organism.

Home remedies for simple eye problems

For blepharitis and stye - Wet a clean cloth with warm water. Hold the cloth over your eyes for five minutes. Re-wet the cloth with warm water when it cools. Gently rub the washcloth over your eyelids to loosen any debris.

For itching with inflammation – Dip cotton in rose water and place it on the closed eyes for 5 minutes. Repeat twice daily. Rosewater is one of the most effective home remedies for itchy eyes.

For irritation and puffiness - Cucumber contains anti-irritation properties that help in reducing inflammation, puffiness, swelling and irritation happening in your eyes. Wash cucumber properly and then cut it into thin slices and then put them over your eyes. Repeat the process four to five times a day.

For itchy eyes - Take fenugreek seeds and soak them in water for seven to eight hours and then make a smooth paste out of it. Now apply the paste over your eyes and leave it for twenty minutes. Finally wash the paste off from your eyes with cold water. Repeat it twice daily.

For swollen eyes - Tea contains bioflavonoids that fight viral and bacterial infections and can help reduce inflammation. Use moist green tea bag as eye pad. Repeat several times a day. The tannic acid in the tea will soothe the itching. 

For fatigue eyes - Wash your eyes with plain water frequently. This soothes them. It also cleanses the eyes and relieves congestion.


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