When Wayne Hackett showed us how we can scan our Hi 19s and Lo 8s to help our teeth, I must admit I was somewhat skeptical. For someone with weak teeth, it felt way too easy and simple. Nevertheless, the information stuck in my head, and I was talking about it just the other night with a fellow Jin Shin Jyutsu student. When I started demonstrating how to scan the Hi 19s, I immediately hit on a sore spot on my arm, somewhere half-way to the back.
I quietly kept my hand there for a bit while we continued talking. Very soon, my breathing felt lighter, my muscles relaxed, and an overall sense of wellbeing began settling in. And then I realized – the spot I was holding corresponded directly to the sensitive upper right tooth that my dentist is currently trying to save!
So, here is the map I got from Wayne. For the upper teeth, scan the area of the High 19. For the lower teeth, scan the area of the lower 8s. Keep the side the same – for right teeth, scan the right Hi19s or 8s; for the left – go on the left.
By the way, Wayne witnessed Mary Burmeister helping someone reduce their cheek swelling due to an abscess by holding the same side SELs 21 and 15. There is a hold, I wish it to no one that they have to verify on themselves! 😉
P.S. As always, please remember that the Safety Energy Locks are about the size of our palm (3-in radius). The positions I have marked on the diagram are approximate and should be used as general guidelines and not as exact points.