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Polarity Therapy Volume 1, Book 2

Chart No. 54
- The Os Calcis [Calcaneus] Bone As the Negative Reflex Pole From the Positive Occiput and the Neuter [Neutral] Sacrum Affecting the Posture and Functions of the Body. Posterior View of Leg Distortions Through the Feet.

Normal heel in line with the leg, which allows free rotation in either direction.

Both heels out of line, and easy to bend in one direction only

Contact on the foot, and the thumb on the most tender spot just above the heel, for reflex action, and bringing it in line.

Contact held with one hand while the other hand is rotating and rocking either the thigh in the same direction for hip release, or is applied to the back or the neck for reflex release by just holding both contacts.

A complete finger contact near the heel for reflex release, and a contact with the thumb on the diaphragm area, holding both firmly for release of tension in the forehead sinuses or difficult breathing.

(A) Pressure here affects the diaphragm and releases muscle tension, clogged nose and stuffiness in the head.

Book 2, Chart 53 ~ Book 2, Chart 55

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