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Three Main Circuits in the Flow of Qi

Qi and blood flow through the channels by way of the Luo (Connecting) points in the order depicted by the green and red arrows in the following diagram.

Qi Flow Cycle in Acupuncture Channels Meridians

This cycle can be also be viewed according to the times of the day when Qi is most active in a particular channel, which is known as the Horary Cycle.