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How to balance your gallbladder meridian through yoga practice
How to balance your gallbladder meridian through yoga
Bringing balance to the gallbladder meridian through yoga poses. By Micaela Maddedu
An imbalance in the gallbladder meridian can present as depletion (meridian is empty) or excess (meridian is full), how can we tell?
The gallbladder meridian is coupled with the liver meridian and as such is influenced in a similar way (see the article on ‘How to bring balance to your liver meridian through yoga’).
A gallbladder meridian in excess will present, from an emotional point of view, as a recurrent tendency to make rash decisions and bitter remarks; from a physical point of view, it will manifest as recurrent headaches, eyes and vision problems, acid reflux and sciatica pain. On the other hand, a gallbladder meridian that is empty will show, emotionally, as an incapacity to make decisions, and, physically, as a stiff neck, dizziness, leg weakness and numbness.
To understand how to treat…