Quantum Kyusho Jitsu Intent

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* Quantum Kyusho Jitsu Intent

What is Quantum Kyusho Jitsu Intent? First before I jump into this let me just say that the Quantum Kyusho Jitsu Project is a revolutionary way of looking at the study of the science of pressure point self defense. If you want to read more about the Quantum Kyusho Project you can read my article here

Now let's take a look at INTENT, which is one of the most important ideals or concepts in Kyusho Jitsu. The truth is if you do not have intent, or if you cannot see the result you are looking to achieve before it happens, then it will not happen.

Most failed Neurological Knockouts are because of lack of INTENT. The student wants the outcome, but does not see it happening before it does. Therefore he or she fails. Success comes when the student see the outcome first! And the more vividly you see the outcome in your mind the better will be the result!

Quantum Kyusho Jitsu Intent - Quantum Law

One of the laws of Quantum Physics or Quantum Mechanics understand that nothing is actually "solid." And that the state of an object depends on whether there is an observer there to see it. Or in other words an object is only solid [exists] if there is someone there to see it. Otherwise rather then being "particles" the object then exists as waves of probability. 

A great example of this is "Schrödinger's cat." This was a though experiment in Quantum Physics on the state of a cat in a box. It makes a great read. 

So in Quantum Kyusho Jitsu Intent the same basic question is posed. Does a pressure point have any specific value or function in of itself, or is the action behind the result solely responsible for function and therefore the outcome?

Anyone who has trained in Kyusho Jitsu knows that pressure points work! Just as anyone who has receive acupuncture from a qualified doctors knows how amazing the result can be. But it does pose an important question or two.

The video below will help you understand the basics of intent

In Conclusion

Quantum Kyusho Jitsu Intent CONCLUSION

The first question how important is the intent of the student attacking pressure points. Is this really the reason for any and all outcomes.

And how important is the view or observation of the Uki in this equation?

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Pressure Points Inguinal Crease

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* Pressure Points Inguinal Crease

What am I referring to when I say Pressure Points Inguinal Crease? The Inguinal Crease is the crease between the torso and the thigh. It creates a 'V' shape in the direction of the groin.

For the Kyusho Jitsu student this is important because of the intersection of 2 very dangerous pressure points that make striking the area very beneficial in self defense especially when it comes to a larger opponent. So let really get into the Pressure Points Inguinal Crease

Pressure Points Inguinal Crease

Here we are dealing with 2 pressure points that for lack of better words lie right over top of each other.  This is a "natural" Cycle of Destruction area and therefore a strike will always yield a substantial result. 

Pressure Point SP-12

Pressure Point SP-12 is the first of the 2 pressure points we will examine in the Pressure Point Inguinal Crease.

This pressure point is situated right over the femoral artery and can cause great internal damage to this artery.

It is also near the femoral nerve and will cause the whole leg to be paralyzed. 

The best strike to the area is in and down using a penetrating action.

A strong kick to this region can also knock the head of the femur and ball joint right out of its socket damaging the tendons and ligaments causing great pain and immobilization. 

*Deadly Pressure Point SP-12

There is also a potential for death if the femoral artery is damaged at this point. 

Pressure Point LV-12

The second is Pressure Point LV-12. This pressure point has a strong affect upon the genitals and when one is struck here, it feels like a strike to the groin and is as effective as a groin strike.

However it is easier to get to than the groin because the brain will not protect this area automatically.

Struck hard enough, this pressure point can kill due to the proximity of the femoral artery.

 A light to medium shot will cause the genitals to bleed. Internal physical damage is caused to the tendons and muscles at this area.

Damage to the artery can cause death.

The Pressure Point Liver 14
* Pressure Points Inguinal Crease

It is also know to cause serious prostrate swelling in men and permanent reproductive issues in women.

The angle and direction is the same as above, however you should chop the area.

Being that you cannot hit one pressure point without the other I suggest using the penetrating striking action as it is easier to perform in this area.

 How to Attack

This is one of the areas of the body people often ask how best to attack. First it is a strike for a large size difference. And if you train in any tradition Karate you already have the best movement to attack. That is the beginning of most Kata and something I refer to ask the "ready" stance. Drop into the horse stance and fire.  This is a great response to being grabbed, again my a larger attacker. 

The best tool is the index finger knuckle as the "eye of the phoenix." This is for taller attackers. The same movement on someone of your own size would work best at Alarm Point ST-25.

In Conclusion

Pressure Points Inguinal Crease CONCLUSION

This is an interesting area of the body to deal with. Highly dangerous due to the proximity of the femoral artery and nerve.  

Attacking is not as complex as it may sound. However I do suggest this is one area of the body est struck with both and simultaneously.

And be very cautious when training with a partner. A hard strike will be devastating!

If you have any questions about these pressure points or attacking, implementing them into your self defense system feel free to leave a comment and ask! If you would like to learn more about these and other pressure points on the body please checkout my book Kyusho Pressure Point Anatomy.


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Stacking Pressure Point Principles

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* Stacking Pressure Point Principles

What do I mean when I am referring to Stacking Pressure Point Principles? Today I will go into great details on this important part of the path of learning the science of pressure point self defense called Kyusho Jitsu.

Stacking Pressure Point Principles - Starting Out

At the novice level of student in Kyusho Jitsu you are given the first 5 principles. Below is a short video I want you to watch to get you started, then I can breakdown things for you further.

The video is pretty basic.  In the video I discuss stacking the Cycle of Destruction with the 24 Hour Diurnal Cycle. This is not really where I would suggest starting if you are a beginner to Kyusho Jitsu. If you are more advanced then definitely play with this one.

Stacking for Beginners:

One of the best places I think to begin to understand stacking is taking the Cycle of Destruction and using it with Attack with Yin - Yang. When you develop the basic idea behind this then you could add Proper Body Mechanics to this.

The difference you will see in effect can be profound, and this is an excellent training method.

Advanced Stacking

As you progress doing this you can then add more advanced principles. As the video shows using the 24 Hour Diurnal Cycle.  This example would also go great if sound was adding the striking process. 

This idea is very straight forward but it does require you to have a solid knowledge of the basics. The better the foundation the easier all this is to accomplish.

Stacking Elements

The final aspect of this I will discuss today is stacking elements. While this is not exactly the same as Stacking Pressure Point Principles it is still as important. Rather then go into painful details here I will leave you with this video from my son Master Curt Mason explaining the stacking the fire element. 

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In Conclusion

Stacking Pressure Point Principles CONCLUSION

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Kyusho One Inch Punch

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One of the great martial arts demonstration is Bruce Lee’s One Inch Punch.  It was never intended as a combat or self defense move, just to show that size did not matter when it came to power.  The funny thing is, the man who asked George Dillman to investigate pressure points, used some of the pressure point principles in what we can also refer to as the Kyusho One Inch Punch.

Now the haters are going to scream foul, but this is what they do best. So upset them more I will and as always just ignore them! 

Kyusho One Inch Punch

Bruce spent a long time perfecting this technique. He actually had a machine he devised to help build up wrist strength to do this! But, a novice Kyusho practitioner with a little training can also get a GREAT result! How does it work? 

Bruce has a very big style to the demonstration which is cool, but he is actually using a striking action with this technique called grasping. This type of striking action is used against the water element. Now Bruce also strikes to the center-line of the body, which is also best attacked with a grasping striking action.  So do this with your Uki, grasping and striking in a downward  motion with 2 Way Action​​​ and you will get a result the first time out!

Below is a video from many years ago I had forgotten about talking and show how Kyusho Jitsu and the Principles of Kyusho Jitsu are linked to the One Inch Punch

Now I mean absolutely no disrespect to Bruce Lee and his art, or those who train in this system today. However Bruce had a way of seeing things in other arts and then incorporating them into what he did if he saw value.

In Conclusion

Kyusho Article CONCLUSION

Now I question when Bruce began to demonstrate the Bruce Lee One Inch Punch, or as I refer to it the Kyusho One Inch Punch if he had combat in mind.

However I can see a great application for this in a closed quarters situation and therefore believe that to pursue this knowledge more is essential and worthwhile.

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Kyusho Head Pressure Points

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Lets spend a few minutes today and talk about Kyusho Head Pressure Points. Also known as pressure points of the head. In self defense it is often the most desirable to target the head. The head will naturally give a good result since it does house the brain.  So lets take a look at the best pressure points to strike!

Depending on the result you are looking for some pressure points work better then others. It also naturally depends on the situation and what is the most directly available. Here is a look at the primary ones for a strong pressure point brain dysfunction to occur.

Kyusho Head Pressure Points Top 6

Now this is just a small list of the many, many excellent pressure point target on the head. For a complete list of over pressure point on the body have a look at Kyusho Pressure Point Anatomy

Gall Bladder Cluster

5 of the 6 pressure points of the head listed about have link to articles about them.

I strongly suggest read each of the articles as they provide a lot of essential insformtion on those pressure points. 

However now I will give some details on the Gall Bladder Cluster. The Gall Bladder Cluster is pressure points GB-13, GB-14 and GB-15. 

Pressure Point GB-20

Also note that they form a triangle on the forehead.  These are excellent pressure points to strike in a self defense situation. While it is likely at a heel palm will connect with all 3 pressure points you will however get an excellent result contacting only one. All these 3 will cause brain dysfunctions like dizziness and disorientation. Unconsciousness is also very possible.

Bonus Kyusho Head Pressure Point

Below is a bonus pressure point of the head called the "mental nerve." This is about a 2 minute video I am sure you will enjoy!

Kyusho Head Pressure Points Conclusion

In Conclusion

Whenever you train with Kyusho Head Pressure Points always be aware that all of them are potentially dangerous.

You can never know the results of a strike to any part of the head and some areas are more sensitive than others. Be cautious not to cause a concussion to your training partner.

In self defense striking pressure point of the head is the best way to quickly end an attack. I would also like to give honorable mention to Pressure Point BL-10 as well. The article is linked. If you have any questions or comment please click here


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Kyusho Fight-Flight Reflex

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Understanding the Kyusho Fight-Flight Reflex is a "master key" to teaching and accomplishing successful self defense. But from what I have seen in the industry only a hand full of teachers actually understand it. Below is a definition.

Fight or Flight Reflex"The fight-or-flight response is a physiological reaction that occurs in response to a perceived harmful event, attack, or threat to survival."

Now pretty much everyone understands this on an intellectual level. The issue is people do NOT understand it on an application level.

Application of Kyusho Fight-Flight Reflex requires some specific training. Some people have "natural" control when it comes to this, I was lucky to have been one of these people. But this is a psychological occurrence and not related to normal martial arts training like some think. I will also say this categorically, this response has nothing to do with ring fighting, or sport. You DO NOT experience the Fight or Flight Reflect in a ring. Your life is not in danger! 

Kyusho Fight-Flight Reflect - Training it

When this reflex kicks in one of two things are going to happen. You will freeze like a deer in the headlights, or your will fight back (or run).

This is a massive dump of adrenaline to the systems, chancing blood flow, heart rate, breathing rate and many other physiological occurrences.

Kyusho Jitsu Pressure Point Self Defense

You can train this in a martial arts setting by slowing ramping up "stress training." My favorite methods were to simulate an attack in the dark. This was also a student favorite. And doing multiple attacks. There is a right and wrong way to do it too. Most do it wrong.

What martial arts teacher often don't get is that the students response is looked at first. And also what is their reaction like? What steps need to be taken to help them with fear? 

This is a  step by step process!

Next we need to look at the tools required, once the student can deal with the response of the nervous system, required to end the conflict FAST! The very best scenario is to be able to end the attack in no more than 3 strikes, preferably one!

Before i go on I will point out that everything happening here is due to a neurological response. So why would you not learn to take advantage of that? [Nerve Strikes]

Kyusho Fight-Flight Reflex 

Kyusho Fight-Flight Reflex

Recently I was at a seminar with a Hapkido presenter, a very well respected man and rightfully so. What he was teaching as street caused me concern because it seemed to be the wrong level of escalation.

If you put someone in an arm bar who is trying to kill you what will you do next? What will you do if his buddy is near by and is going to cut your throat?  Self Defense is not 1 dimensional. You are also not going to press a point and finish the fight. The misconceptions about Kyusho Jitsu - Pressure Point training and usage are vast!

You need to strike the correct place, the correct way and fortunately there are MANY such places on the body. Your root art training should be able to get you there! If not you need a new system.

And since there are pressure points on the body that will yield an excellent result with a single strike then why would you not train for these? Here is a short list of one hit pressure points to train with.

One Hit Knockout Pressure Points

  • Pressure Point ST-05
  • Gall Bladder 20
  • Pressure Point LI-18
Kyusho Fight-Flight Reflex CONCLUSION

In Conclusion

When it comes to conquering the Kyusho Fight-Flight Reflex it is a complex subject.

 Some people like myself need to do no work.  Since I was a child my response to crisis as always been with calm. 

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Pressure Point Brain Dysfunction

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* Pressure Point Brain Dysfunction

Pressure Point Knockouts are a controversial subject, but they should not be controversial at all. The issue is that they have been poorly explained over the years, and this is why the controversy.  So today I will explain exactly what we are dealing with. I call this Pressure Point Brain Dysfunction because it is the use of pressure points to cause a  brain dysfunction

Pressure Point Brain Dysfunction - Brain Dysfunction

First let me explain the term brain dysfunction. A brain dysfunction is anytime the brain stops reacting to the world in a "normal" manner. This can be caused by many different things. It can be a minor problem or something very serious like a brain tumor. Mental disorders are also brain dysfunctions.

Drinking alcohol, smoking pot or using any kind of drug causes a brain dysfunction to one degree or another. Pain killers as an example interfere with the pain receptors in the body, blocking pain. This is also a dysfunction to some degree. 

When we strike a pressure point we are looking to by disrupting the flow of electricity at a nerve to cause a dysfunction or for the purpose of the article a pressure point brain dysfunction. This can be anything from pain to unconsciousness.

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* Pressure Point Brain Dysfunction

What people see when they watch a pressure point knockout is not what they are expecting. They get an image in their minds like that of a boxing or MMA fight in which one of the combatants is completely unconscious. 

Now despite the rather barbaric enjoyment of the fans this is always a highly dangerous situation. These kinds of knockouts while neurological and certainly a brain dysfunction are also linked in with brain damage and/or concussion. And this can be deadly! This is why caution must also be used with Kyusho Jitsu knockouts as they can be very dangerous.

When training to do neurological pressure point knockout we must be very cautious of the health of our Uki or training partner. No one needs a concussion! Therefore we are looking for signs of brain dysfunction to judge our results. This can be dizziness, loss of balance, speech slurring, dilated pupils and the list goes on and on. 

Sometimes if the pressure point has been activated correctly we will get complete unconsciousness. Most of the time this is achieved by those who have trained the longest in Kyusho Jitsu and have the most refined knowledge.

Pressure Point Brain Dysfunction - What happens

When you strike a pressure point, and what is a pressure points,[?]"A pressure point is a place on the body where a nerve ends or terminates, where it branches off like in a "Y" formation or crosses another nerve," it will cause a compression of the nerve which results in great pain. Or in the case of certain pressure points an over loading and reaction from the central nervous system and/or brain dysfunction.

And with 361 plus pressure points on the body, [see Kyusho Pressure Point Anatomy] there is a lot of opportunity for attack. However there is opportunity only for those who sincerely do the work and study!

In Conclusion

Pressure Point Brain Dysfunction  CONCLUSION

I hope this article helps you to get a better understanding of what neurological pressure point knockouts are about.

As an example in a "bad situation" I target GB-20 with a strike and cause the attacker to drop to his knees dizzy,  I have the time I need to escape the bad situation as he or she recovers from the strike.

One of the things to always remember also is self defense is complicated. it is not a fight like 2 idiots in a bar. And it is NOT COMBAT. By definition combat is WAR, and that is kill or be killed mentality!

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Kyusho Pressure Point Summation

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* Kyusho Pressure Point Summation

What is Kyusho Pressure Point Summation about? This comes from a question I was asked today as to whether I had heard of or new the term. Now this is not something I can recall Dr Steve Steward saying. But I could be wrong.  And I am going to ask to find out. 

However the term interests me. Kyusho Pressure Point Summation, I see a tie in with Quantum Kyusho Jitsu here.  Therefore I am going to assign my own ideas and definition to it based on the actual meaning of the word, especially from a medical standpoint. 

Summation Definition

There is a definition of the term summation in neurological study. And this definition seems to be VERY applicable to the science of pressure point self defense Kyusho Jitsu.

"The aggregation of a number of similar neural impulses or stimuli.  The cumulative effect of a number of stimuli applied to a muscle, nerve, orreflex arc."

This is pretty cool! And I can see how we can apply this to Kyusho Jitsu! Let's get into this!

Kyusho Pressure Point Summation - Goal

What is the goal or goals when we look at a pressure point strike or manipulation? There are 3 potential goals or outcomes. They are as follows:

1) Death - This is the high end of the spectrum. To strike or manipulate a combination of pressure points that will result in either instant death or delayed death.  This would require a deep understanding of how death can occur and which pressure points are deadly

2) Brain Dysfunction - Often time referred to as a Kyusho Knockout but much more correctly referred as a Neurological Knockout. This can be as simple as disorientation, to dizziness and unconsciousness.  This can also lead into body dysfunction like blindness or the inability to walk.

3) Pain - Pain can be used for control and compliance of an attacker. This is especially useful in low escalation self defense situation and every situation begins as low escalation levels. Knowledge of the most painful pressure points on the body is a must. 

Kyusho Pressure Point Summation - Probability of Success

Now this is something I have been doing on a personal level for a long time. And it is honestly not for every student. It depends on how you wish to be challenged and how much. Some people just want to learn about effective pressure points and how to use them. Like in my video course the 10 Best Pressure Points for Self Defense.

And that is just fine. But others want to learn how to "map" the body, and figure out the most effect combinations of pressure points to get the desired results or goals listed above. Hence Kyusho Pressure Point Summation is for this type of student!

Kyusho becomes Science

Kyusho Pressure Point Summation

I have stated this many times. Kyusho Jitsu for me is a science. This is because I study pressure point combination versus variable factors and conditions to try to find predictable outcomes. 

And the variables are many! Really to many to name. We must also include the different Kyusho Jitsu Principles and concepts like Quantum Kyusho that can be applied. 

Let's look at one such example

Cross arm Finger Lock - Pain

In a cross arm finger lock the goal is pain and therefore control. So my right hand is to his right hand and I have the Large Intestine and Pericardium Fingers. 2 Way Action is applied. There is however for this example no "basing" of the Uki's arm taking place. Doing so make this an experiment more in body mechanics that pure Kyusho.

In respect to the idea of keep this article below 2000 plus words I am going to describe 2 scenarios in the video below.

Kyusho Pressure Point Summation CONCLUSION

In Conclusion

This is some really facinating stuff! Especially for some dedicated to Mastering Kyusho Jitsu, the science of Pressure Point Self Defense.

And I am sure now you can see how the term Kyusho Pressure Point Summation can become very important to your study. 

One thing is for sure, I am going to be spending a lot of time in thought about this. I even feel a book coming on. I just need to decide the parameters of testing and creating benchmarks. 

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Kyusho Jitsu Winter Season

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* Kyusho Jitsu Winter Season

Martial Arts training is a life long journey. When I was a kid it was spoken as to the fact that training was an equalizer for a larger and stronger attacker. Today the thought process is very different. Why is that? Because "old knowledge" is often times not taught and people are obsessed with "working out" over real training. That is what the Kyusho Jitsu Winter Season is about. The time of life when you really understand what has been missing from your training and work to fix it. 

Life is broken into seasons. And Kyusho Jitsu teaches at high levels about the seasons of life.  And the truth is as you grow older, the more you need the missing information that is hidden in every martial art.

Kyusho Jitsu Winter Season - Aging

Often times aging Martial Artists are not a pretty sight to see. Many put on vast amounts of weight, and are then ridiculed for it, which is funny because it is often the kettle calling the pot black. And the harder you train in youth the more like you will have weight issues later in life.

* Kyusho Seasons of Life

And the harder you trained, often the more sever the issues later. Injuries catch up with you, for some arthritis sets in. Physically we change, but in our hearts we remain young.

Growing Old with Grace


This is what we all hope, to grow old and have a little grace with it. Maybe some wisdom. Wisdom will tell you that it is perhaps time to control the ego, relax and enjoy life. I know that is what I have done here in my life. I am not taking it “easy” but I have made life simpler.

Today the face of martial arts is very different. Sport is now the BIG fad, and yes it is a fad.

The fad will last, but personally I see little to no value in it. But hey that is just me, it does not mean I am right or I am wrong. However, what concerns me is the attitude of some, is that they will never age, or have the concerns that we as we approach the Kyusho Jitsu Winter Season have.

And I am not expecting to see much wisdom from this generation. And as time goes on I know wisdom will be lacking.

What exactly do I mean? People today, martial artists today do not see the long term consequences or karma of their actions. I remember kicking like this in the image below. But today my hips hate me for it. 

Dedicated Kyusho Student

Youth and Consequences of Actions

Are you aware that there is a part of the human brain that does not stop its development until the age of 21 on average? This is the part that understands the consequences of actions. This is why so many teenagers smoke, take drugs, have unprotected sex, drive to fast, and live life on the edge. 

Today I think perhaps for some the brain never matures. However, there comes a time when you need to understand the body, and protect it and your loved ones. Self Defense becomes the focus, not winning a trophy. and Kyusho Jitsu once perused, training and mastered because a game changer.

It is the equalizer great men like Bruce Lee spoke of! Did you know Bruce Lee was responsible for George Dillman looking into Kyusho Jitsu?

Kyusho Jitsu Winter Season

I am fast approaching what I call the Kyusho Jitsu Winter Season. While I get a lot of "natural exercise" I never go to a gym, or do the things people "believe" they need to do today. And let's be honest, washboard abs are only for narcissistic reasons. They have no application in life and this is not a natural state for most. 

The art and science of pressure point self defense helps to take the focus off a fitness level that cannot be maintained. And it cannot be maintained! In fact it is this that is the most probable cause of Bruce Lee's death. He was obsessed with fitness training and gave no consideration to his bodies recovery.

Martial Art self defense training along site of Kyusho Jitsu helps  to compensate for injury and illness to the body by teaching you to be more effective in self defense, and not egotistical about it.

You learn to be confident and calm in the face of danger. And to do what needs to be done quickly and effectively and then get the hell out of dodge!

In Conclusion

Kyusho Jitsu Winter Season CONCLUSION

There are many who will disagree with me and that is fine! We will see what happens when winter arrives for them too!!

Now I am not talking about the Kyusho Jitsu naysayers. I NEVER look for advice from those what have failed in life because they are too lazy to do the work!

And that is 90% of today's population!

For me winter will arrive on January 1st 2020. And I am looking forward to it! What season are you in your life today? Leave a comment and let me know here.


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Today with the heavy focus on sport there is very little real self defense being taught. HPPT or Humane Pressure Point Tactics changes all of this!

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Important Kyusho Pressure Points

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Important Kyusho Pressure Points

What are the most Important Kyusho Pressure Points? Now the reason I say Kyusho Pressure Points is to make sure that I am differentiating between Kyusho and Acupuncture. Now the very best reference you can have for the most important Kyusho Pressure Points is my eBook Kyusho Pressure Point Anatomy. It is called the Gray's Anatomy of Kyusho Jitsu for a reason. 

The deeper your understanding of the function of the different pressure points the better you will do with your study. There are many things to consider like correct angle and direction, which relates directly to your root art. Then we must consider at least the first five Principles of Kyusho Jitsu. [There are 15 total]

This would be Principles like the Cycle of Destruction,  and Attack Along the Meridian. And that all relates to the 5 Element Theory.

Pressure Points to Consider

The following are the pressure points that I feel everyone should be considering adding to their self defense system. This is the place to focus at the beginning. If an article exists on this blog with reference to any of these pressure points I will reference with a link.  As I write articles on the pressure points not linked I will add them.

Most Important Kyusho Pressure Points

Important Kyusho Pressure Points CONCLUSION

In Conclusion

This is far from an exhaustive list! And to be honest there are many I have left out! 

How did I come up with these over other pressure points? Well the list is directly related to my root art of Hapkido. 

You should decide which pressure points to train with first based on the movements you have internalized.

After that base is done, then it is easy to add more pressure points to your current self defense system and then add more pressure points. Knowing these pressure points is essential for anyone in the martial arts. The time has come to leave the haters and pressure point / Kyusho failures behind! 

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