“When the breath of life becomes short, you become short tempered. When the breath of life becomes long and deep, you understand who you are."

The slogan of Age of Aquarius. “I know, let me help take you there.”
Yogi Bhajan

mercoledì, maggio 14, 2008

The NAAD meridian points on the upper palate

"The upper palate forms the roof of the mouth. It consists of two part: the hard palate and the soft palate. The hard palate is what we commonly think of as the roof of the mouth, extending from directly behind the teeth up to the fleshy soft tissue that is suspended from the rear of the hard palate.
The are 84 meridian points located on the hard palate of the foof of the mouth. 32 pairs of points (64 points) are located on the hard palate surface directly behind and along the inside of the teeth, i.e. four points with each tooth. The other 20 points are located in a curve or "U" shape on the central part of the palate, with 10 pairs of points along each side. The location of the points are not exactly the same for each person, since palate shapes vary, but the general curved pattern is universal. The movement of each part of the tongue stimulates these meridian points".
The Aquarian Teacher: KRI International Teacher Training Level 1 by Yogi Bhajan, Ph.D.