Oyatas Passai - Application 4
The spinal area of the human body is not only difficult to attain targeting on, except in certain circumstances, it is one of the more dangerous areas to target. This is not just because of possible injury to the spine, although definitely a severe and debilitating injury, it is more to due to the affects on the nerve system, brain and internal organs.
These targets, when attacked correctly, either inhibit or overload the autonomic nervous system. This system is a component of the peripheral nervous system that regulates involuntary physiologic processes for life function. This includes; heart rate, blood pressure, respiration, digestion, and even sexual arousal. It contains three anatomically distinct divisions: sympathetic, parasympathetic, and enteric.
For our purposes the Sympathetic and Parasympathetic systems are the primary targets. These can be accessed via the presynaptic fibers that exit the spinal cord through anterior roots and enter the anterior rami (Branches) of the First Thoracic vertebrae to the Second Lumbar spinal nerves.
We see this distinction in the Ancient Bubishi drawings... annotated by the drawing of the spinal processes along the backbone of the figure, (please see post on the specifics in Vlog-22) or look at this posting on Kyusho protection.
Learn the application, the anatomy, tool, trajectory and see the affect on the Kyusho Target in the private extended sections below.