QAQuestions and Answers

Questions mount continuously in Kyusho as new enthusiasts come into the science, long time enthusiasts want to improve and new discoveries are made (yes many with more to come).

This post will at first list a few questions and answers, then stay open for your new questions... so let's take a few of the more popular questions...then hand it over to you:


Q:  What is "Kyusho"?

A:  Kyusho translates into many descriptors, all with the same context... the weaker and more vulnerable areas on the human body.


Q:  What is the difference between Kyusho, Dim Mak, Dim Hsueh, Atemi, Kupso and others?

A:  The difference is mainly dialectic, however there are variations on the theme.  As example Atemi is more nerve shock to set up for a following and more devastating attack.  Dim Mak is more related to attacking the blood (however the nerve is also attacked simultaneously due to proximity of nerve and vascular structures.  Kyusho is all of these and more but again each attack the same areas and of course the same proximal structures.


Q:  Is it real?

A:  If there are real nerves, blood vessels, organs, joints that can be damaged with efficient and deliberate attack, then of course Kyusho is real.  We all realize that if we stop the blood flow to the brain, or an organ... or we sever a nerve, that there is severe health ramification including physical dysfunction, altered states of shock or consciousness, physical, emotional and mental ramifications up to paralysis and death.


Q:  Can you use this to heal people?

A:  No it does not heal people, nor does the practitioner.  It works in health applications to balance and open the individuals nervous system so that their body regenerates and rejuvenates itself as a normal unimpeded system would.


Q:  How does Kyusho work?

A:  Kyusho causes in balance (or in health.... balance) in the physiological function of the body.  When we disturb the balance (physiological systems), we can solicit physical dysfunction and overload per say to shut the body down (this is an automatic reflex that the body will go through to normalize itself).


Here are some typical Q&A, but let's now here your question, just comment below.



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