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Acupressure,literally the method of applying pressure to certain areas or nerves, is one of the safest, simplest and remarkably effective method for relief from pain and other common ailments.

G-Jo Pressure Points

Sep 11, 2007

Basic G-Jo Pressure Points

Each of these G-Jo acupressure points has many uses. Complete information on these-and the rest of the nearly 200 G-Jo points-may be found in The Master of G-Jo Acupressure Home-Study Certification Program.

What is G-Jo?

G-Jo is the simplest form of acupressure. It is an easy-to-learn, three step process: 1. Find the right G-Jo "control point" for your symptom or health problem . . .2. "Trigger" that G-Jo point properly . . . 3. Duplicate G-Jo at the identical point on the opposite side of your body (most G-Jo points are duplicated bilaterally).

How many G-Jo points are on the human body?

Of the more than 1200 known acupuncture points, nearly 200 of them qualify as G-Jo points. These are the most easily-found and broadly-effective points which lend themselves to fingertip triggering and massage-like stimulation. This basic program teaches you how to find and use six of your vital G-Jo points. These principles may then be applied to all other G-Jo acupressure points.

How do I use this basic G-Jo program?

As soon as a health problem or symptom occurs, reach for the right G-Jo point. Go through the three-step process and "test" your target symptom. It should be relieved. If not, try another of the points. Each G-Jo point relieves many symptoms and health problems. Repeat the process until you get relief. (There is usually at least one of these basic six points that will bring relief and often stimulate healing.) If the symptom returns, simply re-trigger the best (most effective) point again. You should get increasing spans of "relief time" between any necessary restimulation of the best G-Jo point(s).

How fast should G-Jo work?

G-Jo literally works in seconds. When you find and trigger the right G-Jo control point for your health problem, you'll feel instant relief. This is how you know you've found the best point.
How do I do step one - find a G-Jo point?First, look at the illustration of the point. Then take the tip of your thumb - or if you have a long thumbnail, use your bent index finger knuckle (even the eraser tip of a pencil) - and deeply probe that area on your own body. You are looking for a tender "ouch point" -it will feel like a toothache or pinched nerve when you contact it. If you don't feel the twinge, you haven't found the G-Jo point - keep probing.

How do I do step two - trigger the G-Jo point?

Stimulate the point deeply - deeply enough to be painful ( up to 20lbs. of pressure) - with your fingertip or bent index finger knuckle. Do this for up to 30 seconds, using a digging or goading kind of massage. Don't be too gentle with yourself - it must be painful as you trigger the point. But you won't injure yourself, and the pain should cease as soon as you stop triggering the point.

What is step three?

Simply do the exact technique on the opposite side of your body. Probe deeply until you contact the sensitive "ouch point", then trigger that spot for up to half a minute. But remember: G-Jo point are very tiny - only about the size of a pin-head. They are easy to miss, so you must probe for- then stimulate- only the most tender, sensitive spot.

What should I notice when I trigger a G-Jo point?

Several things often occur when a good G-Jo point is triggered. First, you may feel a flush of warmth -even perspiration - in several areas of your body. Forehead, shoulders and arms are common regions for this to occur. You may also feel slightly light-headed or even drowsy after triggering a good point. And, of course, you should feel an immediate and deep sense of relief.

Who can use G-Jo?

G-Jo is safe and natural - even for children. But there are several people who should generally avoid G-Jo (except in emergency situations): pregnant women, especially those beyond the third month of pregnancy . . . chronic heart patients, espcially those who use pacemaker-type devices . . . people who take regular medication for such serious illnesses as diabetes, etc.

Are there any other rules for using G-Jo?

Except for emergencies - when the following rules don't apply - you should: wait about four hours after taking drugs, medications, alcohol or other intoxicants before using G-Jo . . . wait about 30 minutes after taking a hot bath, eating a full meal or doing hard physical activity before applying G-Jo . . . avoid any G-Jo point lying beneath a scar, mole, wart, varicose vein, etc. - use another G-Jo point, instead . . . stop using G-Jo if your target symptom(s) keep returning - it may mean your health problem is chronic (then see your doctor) or that you are using the wrong G-Jo point

How can I learn G-Jo completely?

Each of your many G-Jo points is illustrated and described -along with their hundreds of self-health uses - in The Master of G-Jo Acupressure Home-Study Certification Program. This -and many other self-health publications and home-study programs may be purchased from:
imagine a life free from doctors, drugs and surgery. At the same time, imagine feeling better than you've felt in years.

Yes, such a life IS possible -- for decades, we've been teaching everyday people how to have EXACTLY this sort of life! And the key to this radiant health comes from mastering the ancient healing art of G-Jo Acupressure!

Not only is G-Jo Acupressure natural and effective. It's so safe and easy you can even train your children to use it for helping themselves in times of suffering.

Of course, if symptoms persist, you should always check with your doctor or other health care professional. But usually all you need to relieve most pain and suffering is a few seconds of G-Jo's special acupressure massage.

On the G-Jo Basic Training Chart, you recently downloaded from , you learned that G-Jo Acupressure Point Numbers 7 and 9 have several important uses. These include INDIGESTION, MENSTRUAL CRAMPS, PROSTATE PROBLEMS and MOTION SICKNESS.

But these same G-Jo acupoints -- which are often used together as a "team" -- have numerous other uses, too. Among them are included MANY PROBLEMS IN THE ABDOMEN and certain kinds of HIP PROBLEMS.
In all, between these two, powerful G-Jo Acupressure points, there are more than 120 important healing benefits or bodily areas that these points can treat or control! And each of their uses is fully revealed in our G-Jo Institute Master of G-Jo Acupressure Home-Study Certification Program. This is the world's only acupressure home-study program.

Our low-cost way of teaching you G-Jo Acupressure is fast and easy. More important, it also guarantees you'll remember this remarkably effective self-health method all your life. And as you'll discover for yourself, the older we grow the more useful and important this vital healing skill becomes!

Instructions for finding G-Jo Point Number 7:

1.) First, begin by reviewing your G-Jo Acupressure Basic Training Chart to locate both G-Jo Acupoint Numbers 7 and 9 on the lower leg. Now seat yourself, cross your left leg over your right thigh and reach down to the bony bulge of the INNER LEFT ANKLE ...

2.) Next, measure up from that inner ankle bone the WIDTH of ONE HAND toward your knee on the INSIDE of the lower leg ...

3.) Then press at that level between the INNER SHIN BONE and the INSIDE OF THE CALF MUSCLE, feeling for the sharp, twinging sensation -- this will be G-Jo Acupoint Number 7, one of the easiest points to find on your body ...

4.) Trigger that painful spot for a few seconds -- it should be quite tender even if you're not suffering a problem that this acupoint controls. And finally, as with most G-Jo Acupressure, do the find-and-trigger process on the opposite leg for a few seconds, as well.

Instructions for finding G-Jo Point Number 9:

1.) While still seated, reach down to your right knee with your left hand. Measure the WIDTH of your left hand -- across the knuckles -- down from the BOTTOM of your right kneecap ...

2.) Approximately where the TIP of your LITTLE FINGER falls, there is a long, vertical soft area, like a trough or valley, between the front of the calf muscle and the front of the shin bone -- press deeply in that area (about three inches down from your kneecap) until you feel the "ouch point" ...

3.) Trigger the spot in the usual G-Jo way -- digging, goading massage. This is one of the more difficult G-Jo acupoints to find but one of most broad-acting and powerful acupoints on your entire body ....

4.) Finally, find and trigger the same deeply-buried spot on the opposite leg, massaging with up to 15 pounds of fingertip pressure (measure how much this actually is by pressing down on a bathroom scale with your thumb or fingertip) -- remember, just massage the point only briefly.
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