Arrows on lines or along sides of them indicate the directional force in the contact. This is accomplished by the line up of the fingers, the forearm and the humerus in the exact angle of the impact of energy and held long enough to create a molecular push in the current flow.
All lines which cross over from one side to the other belong to the bipolar brain reflex chain of the caduceus.
Soreness and tension over any organ is a protective measure of the deeper tissues and an extension of the soreness and stagnation to the surface area. Release energy blocks by directional contacts in the line of force.
All the areas and organs which the lines of force pass over in their ascending flow, have their representative reflexes above the diaphragm in exactly the same order as they were passed. So the ovaries and pelvic organs have their reflex in the breasts on the opposite polarity side. Other organs follow in line and can be traced. By the same token the diaphragm has a definite reflex below Poupart's [inguinal] ligament on the muscles of the thighs on each side. This is a valuable reflex to release in spasms of the diaphragm.
Respiration is the first act of life. The diaphragm has a definite superior positive pole - a neuter [neutral] pole and an inferior or negative pole where it can be influenced.
Energy impulses flow downward. The return currents are the reflex impulses flowing upward. These may cross over at neuter [neutral] points and centers or flow straight as electro-magnetic [electromagnetic] lines of force and as gravity impulses. Current resistance anywhere becomes reflex pain.
Illustration Keywords: foramen magnum, throat, head reflex, head and neck reflexes, akash [akasha, aakaasha], ether, sound reservoir, thyroid as governor of oxygen intake, shoulder, superior positive pole of the diaphragm and respiratory reflexes, neuritis, sigmoid reflex, gall bladder reflex, left kidney reflex, liver reflex, ovarian reflexes over the breasts, neuter [neutral] pole of respiration, first rib, circulation reflex, airy region, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, heart reflex, esophagus reflex, stomach reflex, pylorus reflex, ileo caecal [ileocecal] spasm causing coronary heart reflexes, ampulla of Vater [hepatopancreatic ampulla] reflex, caecum [cecum], diaphragm, umbilicus, colon, thyroid reflex, ovary, to left shoulder, to stomach, fire of digestion, reflex to liver, hip reactions to right shoulder, directional force to pubis for release of blocks., pelvic water basin, psoas magnus [psoas major], iliacus muscle, Poupart's [inguinal] ligament, rectus [rectus abdominus] muscle, negative pole of diaphragm reflexes, thighs - running respiratory reflexes, perineum