Now we’re going to cover the C, D, and E lines
because they’re short. The C line is actually going to start just below the tear duct of
the eye, which is the corner of the eye and you’re going to come just below it. You’re
going to find a slight soft spot and there’s some cartilage connecting to the nose as well.
This is also where a great deal of stress comes out of directly in regards to people’s
sinuses. This works extremely well if you’re plugged up. It’s, it’ll loosen everything
up in there and get you breathing again. So again, move around the orbital of the eye
until you hit the cheekbone. You’re going to come up a little bit just on top of the
cheekbone and continue around the orbital and it’s going to take you back again into
that termination point just above the temple. You’re not actually focusing on the temple.
There you go. The next, it’s going to be along the jaw. D line, again you start at the center
point and pull out. So, unless somebody has a real problem with their jaw, which might,
you might encounter, or if they grind their teeth, TMJ. If it’s TMJ, focus just below
the ear or just to the outside of the ear, not directly underneath the ear because that
can make somebody feel pretty sick. But just to the outside of the ear in this area where
the muscles all connect. There’s a whole series of points in there that you can drive a key
into. And finally, last is just above the lip. And again, it terminates back on the
same line that ties directly into the jaw line.