Listing of Acupoints for Disorders

Email from to Larry Sobel to his list August 20, 2015 | | Concerning Acupunture Points

Point Listing

Hi All,
There are many sources that give acupuncture points for various disorders.  I searched the literature for references to acupuncture points for a specific disorder and stopped after finding 6 such sources.  To my dismay, I found that there was no consistency in the points listed for the disorder with regard to the number of points [12, 8, 3, 29, 12, 10], nor was there even one point common to the listings in all 6 sources! So, what is one to do? Use all the points?  In view of this, I decided that perhaps the best way to proceed was to dowse on a list of all the acupuncture points to determine for myself those points pertaining to the specific disorder. And to do this, I compiled a list of acupuncture points, which is attached, and which I hope you will find useful.  The list is a compilation of acupuncture points for 12 meridians and 5 so-called “extra points”. Also attached is a meridian chart kindly provided by Juanita Ott [1] who said:"mention that this chart is for your group only since this is actually for sale on my website. It is also available in several books."
The fast dowsing process I used is as follows:
(i) determine the number of meridians needing attention for the specific disorder;
(ii) determine the specific meridians for the disorder using Juanita Ott’s attached chart;
(iii) determine the specific acupuncture points for each such meridian using the attached listing.
Note that I used my “handy hand chart”, taught in the teachings of Dave & Erina Cowan [2], for the 1st and 3rd steps. Of course, one can also use a traditional dowsing chart for these steps.
The next step is to clear the blockages in the points just determined. This can be done by using a number of methods such as by: dowsing; the SRC4U computer program (; tapping on the person or on listings of the points; needling or tapping on plastic dolls (Tong Ren Therapy [3]) or needling or tapping on paper dolls with anatomical sketches; or by having an acupuncture session.
The above process addresses symptoms and not necessarily underlying causes, which is a subject onto itself, and which is not addressed here. It suffices to say that the methods of [4] can be used for this purpose.
Another expeditious approach is to dowse to determine radionics rates for the specific disorder, and then broadcast the rates as described in [5].
It would be a worthwhile but mammoth task for another dowser or kinesiologist to determine and compile acupuncture points corresponding to various disorders.  This might make for a nice thesis topic by a qualified dowsing student.
Cheers, Larry
[1] Juanita Ott
[2] Dave & Erina Cowan
[3] Kathy Wilson
• Raymon Grace
• Dave & Erina Cowan, see [2] above & [5] below
• Kathy Wilson, see [3] above
• Rick Kuethe
• Heather Wilks
• Tyhson Banighen
• the Emotion & Body Codes developed by Dr. Bradley Nelson
• the SRC4U computer program developed by Grandmaster David Harris.
[5] Book: “Dowsing Beyond Duality” by David and Erina Cowan, available from [2] and