Working on these points can help you get better
quicker. You do not have to use all of these
points. Using just one or two of them whenever
you have a free hand can be effective.
Points (A) -- Third Eye Point
Location: Directly between the eyebrows, in
the indentation where the bridge of the nose
joins the forehead. Benefits: Aids chronic fatigue
syndrome complaints, especially irritability,
confusion, and headaches.
Points (B) -- Letting Go
Location: On the outer part of the chest, four
finger widths up from the armpit crease and
one finger width inward. Benefits: Relieves
difficult breathing, fatigue, confusion, chest
tension and congestion, emotional repression,
coughing, and asthma.
Points (C) -- Sea of Energy
Location: Three finger widths below the belly
button. Benefits: Relieves general weakness,
extreme fatigue, dizziness, and confusion that
results from the chronic fatigue syndrome.
Points (D) -- Three Mile Point
Location: Four finger widths below the kneecap,
one finger width on the outside of the shinbone.
If you are on the correct spot, a muscle should
flex as you move your foot up and down. Benefits:
Relieves fatigue, dizziness, and general weakness,
as well as strengthens and tones the muscles
throughout the body.
Points (E) -- Bigger Rushing
Location: On the top of the foot, in the valley
between the big toe and the second toe. Benefits:
Relieves fainting, dizziness, fatigue, confusion,
headaches, nausea, and irritability.
Points (F) -- Gates of Consciousness
Location: Just below the base of the skull,
in the hollow between the two large neck muscles,
two to three inches apart depending on the size
of the head. Benefits: Relieves headaches, arthritis,
insomnia, dizziness, stiff neck, neck pain,
injuries, trauma, shock, hypertension, neuromotor
coordination, eyestrain, and irritability.
Points (G) -- Shoulder Well
Caution: Pregnant women
should press this point lightly.
Location: On the highest point of the shoulder
muscle, one to two inches from the side of the
lower neck. Benefits: Anxiety, irritability,
fatigue, shoulder tension, poor circulation,
cold hands or feet, nervous problems, and headaches.
Points (H) & Points (I) -- Sea of Vitality
Caution: Do not press
on disintegrating discs or on fractured or broken
bones. If you have a weak back, a few minutes
of stationary, light touch instead of deep pressure
can be very healing. See your doctor first if
you have any questions or need medical advice.
Location: In the lower back two ( Points H )
and four ( Points I ) finger widths away from
the spine at waist level. Benefits: Relieves
many chronic fatigue syndrome symptoms such
as muscle weakness, extreme fatigue, irritability,
dizziness, and confusion.
Points (J) -- Outer Gate
Location: Two and one-half finger widths above
the outer wrist crease, between the two forearm
bones. Benefits: Relieves rheumatism, wrist
pain, and shoulder pain and increases resistance
to colds and flu.
Points (K) -- Inner Gate-- on both side of
Location: Two and one-half finger widths up
the arm from the center of the inner wrist crease,
midway between the two forearm bones. Benefits:
Relieves indigestion, nausea, insomnia, nervousness,
palpitations, and wrist pain.