Xuan: rotation Ji: axis
Xuanji is the name of the second and the third stars of the Big Dipper, opposite to the star Zigong. This point is also opposite to the point Zigong (CV19) and is therefore named Xuan-ji.
Chinese Name: 璇玑
Pinyin: xuán jī
English Name/Meaning: Jade Rotator
Han Geul 한글: seon gi 선기
Romaji: sen ki
Vietnamese: Toàn cơ
On the anterior midline, in the chest of the sternal manubrium, 1 cun below Tiantu (CV22).
- Relaxes the chest and diaphragm.
- Unbinds the chest.
- Benefits the throat.
- Descends counterflow Qi
Indications of Xuanji:
Pain in the chest, cough, asthma, sore throat, swollen and pain of throat, plum pit.
Transverse insertion directed superiorly or inferiorly along the channel, 0.5 to 1 cun.