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 Hayashi Manual


Healing Guide

(Not for sale)

"Hayashi Institute (American Branch)"

(This printed copy is a substitute for the original hand written text.)

This manual may have been given out by Hayashi-san to his students, Mrs Takata also had copies of this manual.

This Manual was written by Hayashi at Usui's request.

It does not seem to have been readily available to students until now !!??

NOTE. This manual is very similar to Usui's own hand position section in his own manual.

Healing Guide
Chapter 1; Head

1. Head; Brain Diseases, Headache

1. front of jaw 2. temples 3. back of the head and back of the neck 4. Top of the head

(note) With any disease you can include head treatment as a part of the disease treatment. In the case of headache, you should treat very thoroughly the place on the head that is aching. 

2. Eyes; All kinds of eye diseases, conjunctivitis, trachoma, leucoma, nearsightedness, trichiasis, ptosis, cataract, glaucoma, etc.,

1. eye balls, 2. inside corners of eyes, 3. outside corners of eyes, 4. back of the head

(note) Even though one eye has a problem, you treat both eyes. You also treat the kidneys, liver, wombs, and ovaries. 

3. Ears; All kinds of ear diseases, tympanitis, external otitis, ringing ear, hard of hearing, etc.

1, auditory canal 2. depression just below the ears 3. high bone behind the ears 4. back of the head

(note) Even though one ear has a problem you treat both ears. In the case of diseases which follow colds, such as tympanitis and parotitis, you must treat bronchi, and hilar lymph. Also pay attention to the kidneys, womb, and ovaries. 

4. Teeth

1. In the case of a toothache, treat from the outside at the root of the tooth.

5. Oral Cavity

1. Shut the mouth, and then treat the lips by holding the palms on them.

(note) cf. Diseases of Digestive Organs 

6. Tongue

1. Press on or pinch the diseased part of the tongue. 2. Treat the root of the tongue from outside the mouth.

(note) If you find this technique difficult, then press both arches of the feet forward.

Chapter 2; Diseases of Digestive Organs

1. Stomatitis

1. mouth 2. esophagus 3. stomach 4. intestines 5. Liver

2. Thrush

1. mouth 2. tongue 3. esophagus 4. stomach 4. intestines 6. liver 7. Heart 8. kidneys

(note) To heal the tongue, treat the arches of the feet. 

3.Saliva

1. mouth 2. root of the tongue 3. stomach 4. intestines 5. Head

4. Esophagus Diseases; stricture of the esophagus, dilation of the esophagus, esophagitis

1. esophagus 2. cardia (solar plexus) 3. stomach 4. intestines 5. Liver 6. pancreas 7. kidneys 8. blood exchange

(note) In the case of esophagus cancer, the prognosis is most likely not very good. 

5. Stomach Diseases; acute and chronic gastritis, gastric atony, gastric dilation, gastric ulcer, stomach cancer, gastroptosis, neurologic stomach ache, neurologic dyspepsia, gastrospasm

1. stomach 2. liver, 3. pancreas 4. intestines 5. kidneys 6. spinal cord 7. blood exchange

(note) If the condition of the cancer is obvious, the prognosis is most likely not very good. 

6. Intestine Diseases; intestinal catarrh, constipation, appendicitis, vermiform process, ileus, invagination, intestinal volvulus, intestinal bleeding, diarrhea

1. stomach 2. intestines 3. liver 4. pancreas 5. kidneys 6. heart 7. Blood exchange 8. lumbar vertebrae 9. sacrum

7. Liver Diseases; liver congestion, hyperemia, abscess, sclerosis, hypertrophy, atrophy, jaundice, gallstone, etc.,

1. liver 2. pancreas 3. stomach 4. intestines 5. heart 6. kidneys 7. Blood exchange

(note) A few days after the treatment, gallstones will break into pieces by themselves and will be eliminated from the body. In the case of liver cancer, prognosis is most likely not very good. 

8. Pancreas; Diseases; liver cyst, ptosis, hypertrophy, etc.

1. pancreas 2. liver 3. stomach 4. intestines 5. heart 6. kidneys 7. Blood exchange

(note) In the case of pancreas cancer, prognosis is most likely not very good. 

9. Peritoneum Diseases

1.liver 2. pancreas 3. stomach 4. intestines 5. peritoneum area 6. Bladder 7. heart 8. Kidneys

9. blood exchange

(note) In the case of tuberculous diseases, treat the lung area. 

10. Anal Diseases; hemorrhoid, inflammation of anus area, open sores of anus area, bleeding piles anal fistula, prolapse of the anus

1. the affected part of anus 2. coccyges 3. stomach 4. intestines

(note) In the case of anal fistula, do the same treatment as intestinal and pulmonary tuberculosis.

Chapter 3; Respiratory Diseases

1. Nasal diseases; acute and chronic nasal catarrh, hypertrophic and atrophic nasal catarrh

1. nose 2. throat 3. bronchi

2. Maxillary Empyema

1. nose 2. depression of upper and front jaw 3. chest 4. throat 5. kidneys 6.stomach 7. intestines 8. blood exchange

3. Nosebleed (epistaxis)

1. nasal bones 2. back of the head

(note) If menstruation is late and nosebleed occurs, treat the wombs and ovaries. 

4. Sore Throat and Tonsillitis

1. throat 2. tonsil 3. bronchi 4. kidneys 5. lungs 6. stomach 7. intestines 8. head

(note) In the case of tonsillitis , treat the kidneys well. 

5. Tracheitis and Bronchitis

1. tracheas and bronchi 2. lungs 3. stomach 4. intestines 5. heart 6. Kidneys 7. head

6. Pneumonia; catarrhalcroupous

1. lungs 2. bronchi 3. heart 4. liver 5. pancreas 6. stomach 7. Intestines 8. kidneys 9.blood exchange

7. Asthma; chronic and acute asthma

1. bronchi 2. lungs 3. liver 4. pancreas 5. diaphragm 6. stomach 7. intestines 8.kidneys 9. head 10. nose 11. heart

(note) In the case of an acute attack, you may let your patient sit up and treat them in this position. 

8. Lung Diseases; pulmonary edema, abscess, , pulmonary tuberculosis, emphysema of lungs

1. lung area 2. heart 3. liver 4. pancreas 5. stomach 6. intestines 7. bladder 8. kidneys 9. spinal cord 10. head

(note) In the case of women regardless of their age , always treat the wombs and the ovaries. Doing blood exchange is effective, but do not do it with very weak and very sick patients. 

9. Pleura Diseases; both dry and moist

1. chest area in general 2. heart 3. liver 4. pancreas 5. stomach 6. intestines 7. kidneys 8. blood exchange

Chapter 4; Cardiovascular Diseases

1. Heart Diseases; endocarditis, heart valve diseases, various symptoms of pericardium, various symptoms of the heart itself, palpitation, angina pectoris, etc.,

1. heart 2. liver 3. stomach 4. intestines 5. pancreas 6. kidneys 7. spinal cord 8. blood exchang

2. Arteriosclerosis; aneurysm, cardiac asthma, etc.,

1. same as treating heart problems 2. bronchi and chest area

Chapter 5; Urinary Organ Diseases;

1. Kidney Diseases; kidney congestion, anemia, atrophy, sclerosis, hypertrophy, abscess, wandering kidney, pyelitis, kidney stone, uremia, filariasis

1. kidneys 2. liver 3. pancreas 4. heart 5. stomach 6. intestines 7. bladder 8. head 9. blood exchange

2. Cystitis; urinary retention, uremia, urgency, pain when urinating 

1.kidneys 2. bladder 3. urethra 4. prostate gland 5. wombs 6. same as treating kidney diseases

3. Enuvesis

1. bladder 2. intestines 3. stomach 4. kidneys 5.spinal cord 6. head 7. blood exchange

Chapter 6; Neurological Diseases

1. Cerebral anemia, Cerebral hyperemia

1. head 2. heart

2. Hysteria

1. wombs 2. ovaries 3. stomach 4. intestines 5. liver 6. kidneys 7. Head 8. eyes 9. blood exchange

3. Nervous Breakdown, Insomnia

1. stomach 2. intestines 3. liver 4. pancreas 5. kidneys 6. eyes 7. Head 8. blood exchange

(note) Be careful with maxillary empyema. 

4. Meningitis

1.head, mainly back of the head and back of the neck

(note) Mainly treat the head in order to heal the cause of the disease, such as the nose, forehead, and inflammation of the head; also in order to heal remote organs' diseases, such as gastiritis and pneumonia caused by erysipelas. Same for tuberculous one 

5. Epidemic Cerebrospinal Meningitis

1. spinal cord 2. back of the head and back of the neck 3. heart 4. stomach 5. intestines 6. liver 7. kidneys 8. bladder

(note) Mainly treat the spinal cord, back of the head and back of the neck 

6. Myelitis

1. spinal cord in general 2. stomach 3. intestines 4. liver 5. Bladder 6. kidneys 7. head 8. blood exchange

7. Cerebral Hemorrhage, intracerebral bleeding, cerebral thrombosis, etc.,

1. head 2. heart 3. kidneys 4. stomach 5. intestines 6. liver 7. Spinal cord 8. paralyzed area

8. Polio

1. spinal cord 2. stomach 3. intestines 4. kidneys 5. sacrum 6. Paralyzed area 7. head 8. blood exchange

9. Neuralgia; Palsy, Neural spasticity, Migraine

1. affected area 2. liver 3. pancreas 4. stomach 5. intestines 6. Kidneys 7. head 8. spinal cord 9. blood exchange

(note) Pay attention to the womb and ovaries. 

10. Beriberi

1. stomach 2. intestines 3. heart 4. liver 5. pancreas 6. kidneys 7. paralyzed or edematous area 8. blood exchange

11. Graves' disease

1. womb 2. ovaries 3. stomach 4. intestines 5. liver 6. pancreas 7. Heart 8. thyroid 9. eyes 10. kidneys 11. spinal cord 12. blood exchange

12. Epilepsy

1. liver 2. pancreas 3. head 4. stomach 5. intestines 6. kidneys 7. Spinal cord 8. blood exchange

13. Convulsion

1. liver 2. stomach 3. intestines 4. kidneys 5. spinal cord 6. Shoulders 7. arms 8. elbow joint area 9. wrist 10. head

14. Chorea

1. liver 2. stomach 3. intestines 4. kidneys 5. spinal cord 6. Spastic area at the legs and arms 7. head 8. blood exchange

15. Sea Sick

1. stomach 2. solar plexus 3. head

16. Food poisoning

1. stomach 2. solar plexus 3. liver 4. pancreas 5.intestines 6. heart 7. kidneys 8. Head 9. blood exchange

Chapter 7; Infectious Disease

1. Typhoid; Paratyphy

1. liver 2. pancreas (spleen) 3. stomach 4. intestines 5. heart 6. Kidneys 7. spinal cord 8. head

2. Dysentery; Cholera, children's dysentery and others

1. stomach 2. intestines 3. liver 4. pancreas 5. kidneys 6. heart 7. Head 8. blood exchange

3. Measles

1. throat 2. trachea 3. bronchi 4. stomach 5. intestines 6. heart 7. kidneys 8. spinal cord 9. head

4. Scarlet Fever

1. throat 2. chest 3. kidneys 4. stomach 5. intestines 6. bladder 7. Head 8. blood exchange

5. Varicella

1. stomach 2. intestines 3. kidneys 4. blood exchange 5. affected area 6. head

6. Influenza

1. nose 2. throat 3. trachea 4. bronchi 5. lungs 6. liver 7. Pancreas 8. stomach 9. intestines 10. kidneys 11. head 12. blood exchange

7. Whooping Cough

1. nose 2. throat 3. bronchi 4. apex of the lungs 5. stomach 6. intestines 7. kidneys 8. blood exchange

8. Diphtheria

1. throat 2. trachea 3. nose 4. lungs 5. heart 6. liver 7. stomach 8. intestines9. kidneys 10. blood exchange

9. XXX

1. liver 2. pancreas 3. spleen 4. intestines 5. bladder 6. kidneys 7. spinal cord 8. head 9. blood exchange

10. Malaria

1. pancreas (spleen) 2. liver 3. heart 4. stomach 5. intestines 6. Kidneys 7. spinal cord 8. blood exchange

11. Tetanus

1. jawbone 2. back of head 3. throat 4. lungs 5. affected area 6. Stomach 7. intestines 8. kidneys 9. spinal cord

(note) In the case of puerperal tetanus, treat the womb. In the case of primary child, treat the navel. 

12. Articular Rheumatism, Muscular Rheumatism

1. affected area 2. heart 3. chest 4. liver 5. pancreas 6. stomach 7. intestines 8. kidneys 9. spinal cord 10. head

13. Rabies

1. affected area 2. heart 3. liver 4. kidneys 5. stomach 6. Intestines 7. spinal cord 8. throat 9. head 10. blood exchange

Chapter 8; Whole Body Diseases

1. Anemia, Leukemia, Scorbutus

1. heart 2. liver 3. pancreas 4. stomach 5. intestines 6. kidneys 7. spinal cord 8. blood exchange 2. Diabetes

2. Diabetes

1. liver 2. pancreas 3. heart 4. stomach 5. intestines 6. bladder 7. kidneys 8. head 9. spinal cord 10. blood exchange

3. Dermatological Diseases

1. stomach 2. intestines 3. liver 4. kidneys 5. affected area 6. Blood exchange

4. Obesity (Adiposis)

The same as diabetes.

5. Scrofula

1. affected area 2. stomach 3. intestines 4. liver 5. heart 6. chest 7. Kidneys 8. spinal cord 9. blood exchange

Chapter 9; Other Diseases

1. Infantile Convulsion

1. heart 2. head 3. stomach 4. intestines

2. XXX

1. affected area 2. head 3. intestines

3. Wrong position of fetus

1. womb

4. Pregnancy

If you treat the womb continually, the growth of fetus is healthy.

5. Delivery

1. Sacrum 2. lumbar spine

(note) If you treat these areas, after twelve labor pains the baby will be born very easily. If you keep on treating these areas after the birth of the baby, the afterbirth will be easy as well. 

6. Death of Fetus

1. If you treat the womb, the dead fetus will naturally come out on the same day or the next day.

7. Cessation of Mother's Milk

If you treat around the breast and mammary gland, the mother will soon start having milk.

8. Morning Sickness

1. womb 2. stomach 3. solar plexus 4. intestines 5. kidneys 6. head 7. spinal cord

9. Erysipelas

1. affected area 2. stomach 3. intestines 4. liver 5. heart 6. Kidneys 7. spinal cord 8. blood exchange

10. Hyperhidrosis

1. kidneys 2. affected area 3. blood exchange 

11. Burn

Put one hand one or two inches away from the affected area. When the pain is gone, put the hand on this area.

12. Cut by a Sword

Treat as you press the cut with a thumb or a palm to prevent bleeding.

13. Unconsciousness; by falling, an electric shock. etc.,

1. *katsu 2. heart 3. head
I have often been asked what 'katsu is, the following comes from the book 'The Martial Arts' - by Peter Lewis. 

Jiu-Jitsu - The Secret Art of Resuscitation. page 80. 

Kuatsu is the ancient art of resuscitation or revival, itself a branch of Jiu-jitsu. It is so highly specialized that years of thorough training were given to instructors who had been carefully selected. They learned the art under a strict oath of secrecy. Kuatsu was considered to be supreme knowledge in jiu-jitsu. It was customary for those who received the secret knowledge to pay the master a sum of money.
Methods of kuatsu are numerous and vary from school to school. One of the simplest methods used for resuscitating those who have been temporarily suffocated by choking involves grabbing the patient from the back and pushing upwards in a sharp movement. Groin injuries can be put to rights using methods of kuatsu, although severe blows and strangulations require more complicated methods of recovery. It is thought that the knowledge of kuatsu stems from the sister art of acupuncture, that of Shiatsu.

14. Drowning

1. Let the patient throw up water 2. *katsu 3. heart 4. Head

15. Menopause, Period Pains

1. womb 2. ovaries 3. cranium

16. Hiccup

1. diaphragm 2. liver 3. pancreas 4. kidneys 5. stomach 6. intestines 7. spinal cord 8. head

17. Stuttering

1. throat 2. head 3. singing practice

18. Practice Song

1. Mukou no Koike ni "Dojo" ga sanbiki nyoro-nyoro to. (There are three loaches wiggling in the pond over there.)

2. Oya ga Kahyo nara ko ga Kahyo. Ko-Kahyo ni Mago-Kahyo. (The parent is Kahyo, his child is Kahyo. Son, Kahyo and grandson, Kahyo.)

(Note) Those who can sing songs can be healed.) 

19. Pain at the tip of fingers

1. affected area

20. Vomiting

1. stomach 2. solar plexus 3. liver 4. spinal cord at the back of stomach 5. head 6. kidneys

21. Splinter

1. affected area

(note) When the pain leaves, the splinter comes back. You pull the splinter out at this moment. 

22. Gonorrhea,

1. urethra 2. Hui-Yin 3. bladder 4. wombs

(note) If it is orchitis, apply your hand lightly on the testicles. 

23. Spasm of Pain, Stomach Cramps

1. stomach 2. on the back at the stomach 3. liver 4. kidneys 5. Intestines 6. head

24. Hernia

As you touch the affected area lightly, it will contract by itself. Treat stomach and intestines.

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