Today we will take a look at a pressure point of incredible importance, but it very often overlooked. That is Pressure Point Liver 14 [LV-14]. Below are some excerpts from my eBook released on January 15th 2019 called Kyusho Pressure Point Anatomy.
Please note this is a very dangerous pressure point and should not be played with.
LV-14 is located on the mamillary line, 2 ribs below the nipple, in the 6th intercostal space. This point is 6 cun above the navel & 3.5 cun lateral to GV-14, near the medial end of the 6th intercostal space.
This is a very important pressure point because it can have many different dangerous effects. A solid strike on the left side can cause the heart to stop. The lungs can also collapse from a strong hit.
A knockout can also occur from a medium strike, as well as temporary vision issues. Not to mention serious liver damage occurring instantly and, in the future, if untreated.
LV-14 is also an Alarm Point which means it has a direct relationship with the organ itself Each organ on the body has 2 special points associated with them. These pressure points are not necessarily on the meridian associated with the organ either. These names of these special pressure points is Alarm Points and Associated Alarm Points.
Associated Alarm Point relate directly to the neurological aspect of the organ they represent. All Associated Alarm Points are located on the Bladder Meridian on the right side of the body.
How Alarm Points function and their importance is covered in depth in my advanced Kyusho Jitsu Home Study Courses. Beginning at Kyusho 2nd Dan Black Belt. However I do have some workshop footage of Alarm Points found at this LINK. Plus these are covered in great details in the Kyusho Master's Series eBook/Video set.
From this article you can get a general idea of just how important Pressure Point Liver 14 actually is, especially because it is an Alarm Point.
And it is a very important pressure point in the study of Dim Mak.
If you have any questions please leave a comment here!
Learn about the dangerous pressure point LV-14 #kyusho #kyushojitsu#pressurepoints
Which are the best pressure point to study and train with for real street self defense? Take a look at this excellent video course that covers the 10 Best Pressure Points in great details
The term Combat is used very liberally in the martial arts world today. However the term has a specific meaning. It also has a specific "set" or type of pressure point used to achieve the required results. Click the buttn above an learn more today!.
If you click on the "Red Bell" in the bottom left hand corner of the screen you can subscribe to any new Kyusho Jitsu article I write.
This will send a notification to your web browser when I do!
Now I ask this with every Kyusho article! If you enjoy our content please share on Social Media. This really does help me to bring you more FREE content, like the FREE eBook offer above! Feel free to comment below! Plus come and join us at the KJWA. Membership is free!
Have a GREAT day!!
Yours in the arts,
Grand Master Art Mason
Grand Master Art Mason is a professional full time martial artists and Kyusho Jitsu teacher. He is available for seminars and study groups.
Subscribe to our FREE Kyusho Jitsu Mini Course Today! 10 FREE Kyusho Jitsu Video Lessons. You get a new lesson every 3 days right to your inbox!
Please log in again. The login page will open in a new tab. After logging in you can close it and return to this page.