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Point 36 on the left side. B. Chest and Throat: Releasing these points allows courage to grow 1. Press your knuckle, or thumb, or finger on Point 19, located between the collarbones where they join the sternum. 2. Work on Points 18 located slightly above either side of Point 19, right above the clavicles. There may be pain all over in this area. Work to release the tightness with your thumb and index finger. Massage the entire area and directly over the clavicles as well. 3. Massage and open Point 17 located on the throat on the sides of the depression of the pharyngeal prominence, under the notch on both sides of the voice box.
Press Point 20 with your elbow massaging the whole brachial plexus. Tell your student to slowly turn his head away from the side you are working on as you press down. Try a few drops of oil with this move. 2. With your thumb, press Point 25 on the armpit. 3. Flush the wind out the arms. Fig. 41 Point 20 – the Shoulder Well D. Feet First use the two thumbs on Points 66 and 67. Then connect the navel with Points 66 and 67 with the fingers of one hand on the navel while using the thumb to massage down from Points 66 and 67.
7. Continue massaging the arm down to the tip of the little finger. Pinch the end corners of the fingernail. 8. Flush the winds down the left arm. 33 Fig. 22 Massaging Point 75 C. Legs 1. Press Point 69 or 54 located behind the kneecap. 2. Work on Point 55 located on the inner part of the leg below the knee joint. 3. Work on Point 66 directly below the anklebone on the inside of the foot. Press down with both thumbs. 4. Flush the wind down the legs. Fig. 23 Press down on Point 66 and 56 with both thumbs.