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Advanced Pulse Diagnosis




It is possible to feel Fu Xi Wen
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tissue-angles inside the pulse and allow the pulse to tell us exactly which tissues within tissues need to be treated – taking the guesswork out of the process. With your pulse arm horizontal to the ground, the pulse-taking finger is then angled towards a tissue-angle. Within this tissue-angle, one can then identify the beats and back-beats of secondary tissues.


For instance, if you want to feel the tendons of the neck in the LV/GB, GB/TW, and GB/HT box you would feel the pulse of the left arm (for the energetic box) two positions above the styloid triangle (towards the thumb) pointing your diagnosing finger with the soft part of the finger at W.-20° V.+50° and E.+20° V.+50° (GB(GB)). When you do this, you feel the primary tissue. With your finger in these positions, feel the angles of the beats to determine the tissues within the primary tissue you need to treat. If you cannot position your finger to reach the tissue-angle, instead, orient the pulse arm angled towards the primary tissue-angle and then feel the pulse with the pulse-taking finger parallel with the arm.


To treat tissues within tissues, you point a teishin towards the primary tissue angle and then treat the angles indicated by the pulse in Heaven/Man/Earth orientations as the express themselves.


Of course, that is if you already are certain you know the tissue to treat. If you are not certain, start with introductory pulse taking theory and determine the primary tissue-angle according to the beats and back-beats. Then, use the information from this technique to delve deeper into the tissues-within-tissues that require your attention.




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