Dumei: Beginning at the pernium and rising up the
back along the center line of the body, this channel rises over the scalp and down the
forehead and ends at the upper palate of the mouth.
Renmei: From the tip of the tongue, this channel
descends along the center line of the front of the body to the back of the pernium.
Chongmei: This channel rises vertically from the
pernium to the top of the head connecting the three dantiens.
Daimei: This meridian encirlces the waist like a
Yangyumei: From a point on the dumei these
channels travel bilaterally along the back of each arm, around the tip of the middle
fingers, along the inside of the middle fingers to the point laogong.
Yinyumei: From the laogong point of the palm,
these meridans travel along the inside of each arm, curve across the pectoral muscles,
descend through the nipples, and connect with the renmei.
Yangqiaomei: These meridians begin at the
perineum and emerge onto the front of each leg. They descend the front of a leg to
the point known as yongquan.
Yinqiaomei: From the soles of the feet, these two
meridians rise up the inside surface of each foot, loop around the ankles, and ascend the
inner thighs back to the perineum.