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Polarity Therapy Volume 2, Book 5

Chart No. 16
- Balancing Sphenoid and Coccyx Vital Currents

A neuter [neutral] contact at the root of the nose, for the superior anterior pole through the sphenoid, the ethmoid & the nasal bones.

The inferior contact is made with the middle, positive finger of the other hand on the tip of the coccyx.

See Chart No. 18 in this book for relationship of bony structures.

A lateral contact with the thumb on the right wing of the sphenoid bone. The inferior contact is made with the middle finger of the left hand, with a gentle pressure on the left side of the coccyx. When the superior contact is on the left side of the head, the inferior contact will be made on the right side of the coccyx. The lateral currents cross over, so these contacts are made on opposite sides of the body.

Fig. 3 shows firm finger contacts on both sides of the laminae together with a gentle stretch for tension release and current flow, without adjustment. For adjustments, see Book 2, Charts 45 to 50 [Charts No. 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50].

Book 5, Chart 15 ~ Book 5, Chart 17

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