Full Body Organs

Full Body Organs are energy organs that control specific tissues throughout the body. They are another System Level and another perspective to take on a person’s ailments and imbalances. They are broken down into Tissue-Angles. Just as a reminder:

HT = Heart

SI = Small Intestine

BL = Bladder

KD = Kidney

GB = Gallbladder

LV = Liver

SP = Spleen

ST = Stomach

LU = Lung

LI = Large Intestine

PC = Pericardium

TW = Triple Warmer


If you want to diagnose or treat a specific Full Body Organ, you would say the entire phrase, not the abbreviation. So, for instance, to look at capillaries through the Full Body Organ you would diagnose the “Full Body Organ Heart Small Intestines” even though it is written below as “Full Body HT(SI)” by way of abbreviation.


Full Body HT(SI): capillaries
Full Body HT(BL+): erogenous zones
Full Body HT(LI+): tear glands, large secretory glands at all large glands
Full Body HT(ST+): red blood cells
Full Body HT(GB): cardiac heart stabilizing structures
Full Body HT(TW): artery in perineum into penis/uterus
Full Body HT(SP+): blood in muscles and flesh tissue depth
Full Body HT(LU+): openings of the cavities of joints and glands
Full Body HT(KD+): blood array
Full Body HT(KD-): brain capillaries
Full Body HT(LU-): Openings to exterior: urethra at penis, ear openings, anus hole, skin gland holes, duct openings to intestines
Full Body HT(SP-): Chong Mai crisscrossing energy lines known as extraordinary vessels
Full Body HT(PC): Veins in perineum also between heart and pericardium tissue
Full Body HT(LV): sinus cavities
Full Body HT(ST-): heart organ valves
Full Body HT(LI-): cells of alveoli and tears
Full Body HT(BL-): penis head/clitoris and pleasure nerves into low abdomen and to around anus
Full Body HT(HT): blood

Full Body SI(SI): villi and cillia – tiny projections
Full Body SI(BL+): capillary array sensory organs
lFull Body SI(LI+): lumen
Full Body SI(ST+): superior or proximal half
Full Body SI(GB): exterior reproductive organ stabilizing structures and C3 tendons/ligaments
Full Body SI(TW): brain blood vessels
Full Body SI(SP+): flesh tissue depth of sinuses and tubing of body including Small Intestines
Full Body SI(LU+): surface capillaries including anus and exterior reproductive organs and internal linings
Full Body SI(KD+): space between bones, ie ulna and radius also space inside skull
Full Body SI(KD-): capillary array with emphasis on deep blood vessels
Full Body SI(LU-): deep capillaries
Full Body SI(SP-): piping of small intestines also piping of sinus array also liver organ common hepatic duct
Full Body SI(PC): corpus collosum and also bellybutton
Full Body SI(LV): cardiac sphincter and ileocecal valve and occipital neck tendons
Full Body SI(ST-): inferior or distal half
Full Body SI(LI-): space between bones
Full Body SI(BL-): capillary array of viscera and reproductive organs
Full Body SI(HT): glans of penis and clitoris also around bellybutton and around anus and around mouth: nerve pleasure zones
Full Body ST(SI): inferior eye orbit and exterior curvature of eyeball
Full Body ST(BL+): space between rectus abdominus and viscera also space between urethra and spongiosum
Full Body ST(LI+): Soft spongie tissues ie. Spongiosum and also large intestines and stomach organs
Full Body ST(ST+): elongated muscles
Full Body ST(GB): central stomach and gallbladder organs and eye and eyelid shape
Full Body ST(TW): bone foramens including sinus ducts and ear holes and cavities internal to bones
Full Body ST(SP+): epiglottis and anterior and distal aspect of anterior sinuses and fingers and inferior thighs
Full Body ST(LU+): muscles all along spine also along urethra also along rectum and anus
Full Body ST(KD+): fascia
Full Body ST(KD-): space between ie, actin and myosin and meninges and brain
Full Body ST(LU-): space between diaphragm and lungs and between lungs and lower sternum and bottom ribs
Full Body ST(SP-): epiglottis and posterior and proximal aspect of anterior sinuses and fingers and inferior thighs
Full Body ST(PC): vein sphincters
Full Body ST(LV): medial stomach organ and anterior liver lobe also curvature just under eyes
Full Body ST(ST-): twisting muscle or contracted or shortened muscle
Full Body ST(LI-): hard spongie tissues ie epicondyles and malleolus and patella
Full Body ST(BL-): Muscle between bones such as intercostal muscles and inter-vertebrae muscles and finger muscles and patellar tendons
Full Body ST(HT): entire curvature of eye orbit
Full Body SP(SI): nose, sides of nose, and GV16
Full Body SP(BL+): “head bladder” of the sinus array for storing smells presumably for hunting
Full Body SP(LI+): deep nostril and olfactory nerve and olfactory processing centers
Full Body SP(ST+): GI Tract muscles
Full Body SP(GB): sternum thymus level also superior lateral cerebrum also cerebellum
Full Body SP(TW): enclosed chambers such as anterior eye chamber and posterior sinus chambers and gland chambers
Full Body SP(SP+): full body network of flesh like an interconnected web
Full Body SP(LU+): fleshy tissue around sphincters
Full Body SP(KD+): flesh tissue depth
Full Body SP(KD-): internal vibrations
Full Body SP(LU-): “hiatal” areas at diaphragm and also bottom of head near occiput also reproductive areas also inguenal areas
Full Body SP(SP-): lymph array and spleen as lymphatic unit
Full Body SP(PC): sinus array lymphatic vessels
Full Body SP(LV): lateral cerebrum and brain stem
Full Body SP(ST-): tongue at throat and muscles back of nasopharynx
Full Body SP(LI-): interlinked passages ie. Ureter with urethra and sinuses front and back
Full Body SP(BL-): tissue around sphincters but are not sphincters
Full Body SP(HT): mental clarity and awareness
Full Body LI(SI): flesh tissue depth
Full Body LI(BL+): spaces and division dividers of brain and sulcus
Full Body LI(LI+): interior facing surface of lung organs
Full Body LI(ST+): sweat glands
Full Body LI(GB): tendon sheathes and aponeurosis
Full Body LI(TW): unclear aspect of joints
Full Body LI(SP+): convex shapes throughout the body
Full Body LI(LU+): Soft skin such as skin in between structures such as sides of fingers and toes and scrotum and labia and between exterior ear and skull and between buttocks
Full Body LI(KD+): slender/sleek
Full Body LI(KD-): segmentation
Full Body LI(LU-): hard skin of fingers and joints
Full Body LI(SP-): concave shapes throughout the body
Full Body LI(PC): space between all structures in joints
Full Body LI(LV): cartilage array
Full Body LI(ST-): erector pili muscles that cause goosebumps
Full Body LI(LI-): epidermis and alveoli surface and epidermis of gi tract
Full Body LI(BL-): middle ear bones
Full Body LI(HT): skin at joints and folds

Full Body LU(SI): capillary tissue depth or skin capillaries
Full Body LU(BL+): cerebrum, cerebellum, midbrain, and spinal cord
Full Body LU(LI+): spongie organs such as lungs and bladder
Full Body LU(ST+): diaphragm
Full Body LU(GB): diaphragmatic tissue: diaphragm, scrotum, occiput to under skull tissue, and tissue around gallbladder
Full Body LU(TW): spaces around hard tissues to allow for joint flexion and extension
Full Body LU(SP+): “hiatal” areas at diaphragm and also bottom of head near occiput also reproductive areas
Full Body LU(LU+): lobes of organs and follicles of ovaries
Full Body LU(KD+): jaw bone and nose shape, ie. Angles of beauty
Full Body LU(KD-): dermis
Full Body LU(LU-): Interior boundary tissues of cavities including joints
Full Body LU(SP-): boundary tissues interior to joints
Full Body LU(PC): soft tissue spaces at joints allowing flexion
Full Body LU(LV): bony protrusions including patella and cartilage of throat also space between lungs
Full Body LU(ST-): space between diaphragm and lungs and between lungs and lower sternum and bottom ribs
Full Body LU(LI-): harder spongie organs of liver and spleen and kidneys and heart
Full Body LU(BL-): boundary between bones and bone marrow
Full Body LU(HT): openings: urethra at penis, ear openings, anus hole, skin gland holes

Full Body PC(SI): mucus membranes
Full Body PC(BL+): middle veins
Full Body PC(LI+): lymph array
Full Body PC(ST+): jaw
Full Body PC(GB): peristalsis and squeezing in the body
Full Body PC(TW): pulp: in teeth and in Spleen and Liver organs also synovial fluids also brain
Full Body PC(SP+): Pushing inward tissue elliptical wrapping anterior to posterior
Full Body PC(LU+): lymph boundary tissue
Full Body PC(KD+): veins
Full Body PC(KD-): deeper chambers, ie. Posterior eye chamber or middle ear or spaces between discs of spine or rectum
Full Body PC(LU-): lymphocytes
Full Body PC(SP-): Blood vessel array nerve array
Full Body PC(PC): dark cavities of body: rectum, posterior sinuses, anterior sinuses, uterine cavity, urethra cavity
Full Body PC(LV): suction in the body
Full Body PC(ST-): fish shape of head to coccyx
Full Body PC(LI-): collecting areas of fluids
Full Body PC(BL-): veins hands and feet and hamstrings to low back and quads at knees
Full Body PC(HT): mucus

Full Body TW(SI): capillaries in cavities throughout the body
Full Body TW(BL+): tissue that encircles longitudinally, ie. Constructing the elliptical shapes of body segments
Full Body TW(LI+): yuan source pathways
Full Body TW(ST+): posterior
Full Body TW(GB): peristalsis, gas, and cilia movement
Full Body TW(TW): top of feet and back of hands, extension
Full Body TW(SP+): pushing outward tissues to create cavities
Full Body TW(LU+): artery boundary tissues
Full Body TW(KD+): arteries
Full Body TW(KD-): tissue that encircles transversly, ie. The neck tissue encircling the larynx and pharynx
Full Body TW(LU-): boundary tissues of large tubes of the body
Full Body TW(SP-): hormones
Full Body TW(PC): shape of palms and soles, flexion
Full Body TW(LV): expulsion: vomit, spit, defecation, farting
Full Body TW(ST-): “V” shapes in the body such as spinal column to brain and inguenal grooves and penis transverse shape and ear orientation and space between fingers and between toes
Full Body TW(LI-): collecting areas of phlegm
Full Body TW(BL-): arteries hands and feet and hamstrings to low back and quads at knees
Full Body TW(HT): lung cavity in chest

Full Body KD(SI): deep capillaries
Full Body KD(BL+): bone array
Full Body KD(LI+): length of structures
Full Body KD(ST+): tubes that contract such as nostrils, urethra, prostate vessels, esophagus, gallbladder/pancreatic ducts
Full Body KD(GB): tough connective tissue of spine and joints
Full Body KD(TW): bone marrow
Full Body KD(SP+): transition between bone and cartilage and bone and teeth
Full Body KD(LU+): edges where tissues end such as rim of eyelids or the end of bones
Full Body KD(KD+): ends segments both sides of bones
Full Body KD(KD-): inner ear, auditory processing and temporal lobe
Full Body KD(LU-): ridges of bones at ends
Full Body KD(SP-): midbrain and mid spinal chord and end point of spinal chord
Full Body KD(PC): structures that surround other structures
Full Body KD(LV): joints
Full Body KD(ST-): artery muscles
Full Body KD(LI-): width of structure
Full Body KD(BL-): hands and feet structures and hamstring at hips and quads at knees
Full Body KD(HT): blood array
Full Body BL(SI) the gap between bones in joints
Full Body BL(BL)up exterior form of bodies
Full Body BL(LI)up organism complete height/length
Full Body BL(ST)up hinge joint of hips at midpoint of body
Full Body BL(GB) body segmentations
Full Body BL(TW) arteries in joints and in bones
Full Body BL(SP)up fat pads and cushion tissues ie. Cushion tissue of bottom of feet and also meninges
Full Body BL(LU)up edges length of bones
Full Body BL(KD)up bone array
Full Body BL(KD)down middle ear and eustachian tube
Full Body BL(LU)down contours of bones across length
Full Body BL(SP)down hard protective pads such as meninges and meniscus
Full Body BL(PC) veins in joints and in bones
Full Body BL(LV) joint capsules and bursa
Full Body BL(ST)down spine contour and bone contour
Full Body BL(LI)down stacking of bones like puzzle pieces
Full Body BL(BL)down lateral structure of hands and feet and transverse form of body
Full Body BL(HT) interstitial spaces between tissues

Full Body GB(SI) perineum and deep low abdomen and psoas and also gastroc and quads
Full Body GB(BL)up tissues laterally threaded through tough connective tissues
Full Body GB(LI)up tissue around testicles and inner gallbladder boundary tissue and tissue around glands
Full Body GB(ST)up lateral sides torso, head and arms and hands
Full Body GB(GB) gallbladder organ and pyloric sphincter
Full Body GB(TW) aorta/cardiac heart/vena cava structure in chest
Full Body GB(SP)up tendons elbows to fingers and knees to achilles to toes
Full Body GB(LU)up diaphragmatic tissue: diaphragm, scrotum, occiput to under skull tissue, and tissue around gallbladder
Full Body GB(KD)up nerves emanating from spine
Full Body GB(KD)down tendons an gallbladder organ
Full Body GB(LU)down large bends of the body: neck, low back, rectus abdominus, joints bends
Full Body GB(SP)down fat padding around eyeballs
Full Body GB(PC) pericardium around heart and aponeurosis at wrists and feet
Full Body GB(LV) upper arm tendons and thigh tendons
Full Body GB(ST)down lateral sides legs and feet
Full Body GB(LI)down contours
Full Body GB(BL)down bladder organ and ureters
Full Body GB(HT) rectus abdominus tendons

Full Body LV(SI) Organ eye orbits and superficial layer of cerebrum front to back
Full Body LV(BL)upper attachment tissue into bones
Full Body LV(LI)upper sinus chamber and sinus array
Full Body LV(ST)upper Tendonous connective tissue attaching around anterior liver lobe and stomach and cardiac sphincter set
Full Body LV(GB) liver and gallbladder set
Full Body LV(TW) blood vessels at joints and pineal gland to midbrain fibers
Full Body LV(SP)upper the most earthy part of ligaments
Full Body LV(LU)upper air in sinuses and lungs
Full Body LV(KD)upper Ligaments in all joints
Full Body LV(KD)down liver organ
Full Body LV(LU)down air in lungs and large intestines
Full Body LV(SP)down anterior liver lobe and spleen set
Full Body LV(PC) large chambers inside each cerebrum hemisphere
Full Body LV(LV) visual cortex and eyes
Full Body LV(ST)down curved tendons at joints and around skull
Full Body LV(LI)down folds of skin/tissue
Full Body LV(BL)down collagen
Full Body LV(HT) passages in the body (ie. Nostrils, esophagus, ducts, path to spleen, etc.)