Kyusho Jitsu Nerve Strikes. How to Shock the Central Nervous System

Kyusho Jitsu Nerve Strikes

Kyusho Jitsu Nerve Strikes: What is Kyusho Jitsu and it is simply just nerve strikes? The science of pressure point self defense is complex, so if it is really just nerve strikes then why is it not simple? The reasons are many and I will go into some of them right now.  

Kyusho Jitsu Nerve Strikes & Striking Action

The first part of this story is to talk about Striking Action. Just hitting something hard does not always yield the desired results! If hitting hard was the "final" answer then boxing matches and MMA fights would be over in seconds. But they last a very long time! The real object is to hit correctly! 

This requires some special training and understanding the principles of power vs force! They are not the same thing! Here is an article that will shed some light onto this subject or learning to strike correctly!

Kyusho Jitsu Nerve Strikes - What is a Pressure Point?

Next we need to look at exactly what a pressure point is, and how it relates to the nervous system. Please read the working of this carefully and ask questions if I am not clear. 

Kyusho Jitsu Striking Actions

A pressure point is not some kind of mystical/magical location on the body. It is a place found in what are referred to a meridians or energy channels. These channels are not hardwired places or things like nerves are. They are energy pathways that result due to "inductance" because of electrical flow within the nerves themselves. Much like a transformer. 

Now a pressure point occurs on these channels at places near/where a nerve comes to an end. Where a nerve branches off like in a "Y" form, or where nerves cross or run over top of each other. These is the best description of a pressure point possible. I hope you can see the relationship here between the area [pressure point] and the nerve location.

With all of this being said when you strike a pressure point, if you do so correctly you will affect the energy flow in the meridian, which because of the Laws of Induction causes a reaction in the flow of electricity in the nerve itself. This causes a predictable result depending on the pressure point activated and the functions of the nerves and therefore the meridians also. 

Kyusho Jitsu Nerve Strikes - Pressure Point Locations

Part of this equation, and a BIG reason Kyusho Jitsu can be referred to as nerve striking is because of the physical location of the pressure points themselves. 

So lets take a look at 2 of the most effective pressure points with relation to their locations and therefore why they work so effectively! 

Kyusho Jitsu Nerve Strikes

Kyusho Jitsu Nerve Strikes: Gall Bladder 20

The first pressure point we will look at is Gall Bladder 20. Because of its proximity and relationship to the fact it lies on the Greater Occipital Nerve is why this point is so effective. The point itself lies in the indentation at the base of the skull.

This nerve has a relation and control over the muscles in the back of the neck and skull that associate with the integrity of the skull to the spine. 

Striking in and up towards the other side of the head, using Two Way Action will cause the nerve to report potential serious damage to the brain and therefore cause a knockout. 

Here is a link to an in-depth study of Neurological Knockouts

Kyusho Jitsu Nerve Strikes: Spleen 11

Now in this image to the right you can see the pressure point Spleen 11. This pressure point lies on the femoral nerve. Striking this pressure point straight across like an arrow, using Two Way Action compresses the nerve against the bone, which causes great pain! Now this nerve also protect the femoral artery, which if ruptured, which is possible in a leg break, will result in death from internal bleed out. 

So striking this pressure point correctly can also result in a knockout. As well as with sufficient power break the femur.

Kyusho Jitsu Nerve Strikes -Spleen Meridian

Kyusho Jitsu Nerve Strikes in Conclusion

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Kyusho Jitsu Nerve Strikes: This should help give you an understanding of why Kyusho Jitsu is really about striking nerves, but also why it becomes more complicated that just saying "nerve strikes."

When you use the principles of Kyusho Jitsu you will increase the effectiveness of the strikes because you will be hitting the correct way, for the correct area! 

And the results are well worth the effort! Thank you for reading about Kyusho Jitsu Nerve Strikes.

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