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How to access the somatic and emotional experience mapped by the brain

In less than a minute, understand the power of the ear for patient insight — and consider the application of auricular methods for psychology.
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Discover a microsystem: introduction to tissue layers and innervation

Research of Dr. Paul Nogier, Dr. Wilder Pennfield, and Dr. David Alimi offer historical, biological and anatomical basis for auricular understanding.
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Learn the anatomy of your outer ear — key auricular landmarks

Jump in on this training section from the CORE curriculum course, Ear Point Guide. Includes interactive video to practice as you learn.
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your ear anatomy?
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Quiz covering auricular anatomy and landmarks: locations of conchal ridge, antihelical crus, scapha, helix, antitragus and more.
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Benefits and Point Finding Techniques

Sit in on Level 1 of the CORE curriculum for a 35-minute introduction on the projection of pathology, precision in patient assessment, and techniques for identifying active issues (somatic and emotional).
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The Importance of Pain Memory

A resource on the use of pain memory points to release neurological responses held by the limbic brain. This PLUS resource assumes an understanding of CORE concepts (see enrollment guide)
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Negative Qi and Other Key Assessments

From Negative Qi to Constitutional Healing, Dr. Frank Bahr, MD reviews frequencies needed for best practice. This PLUS course material assumes an understanding of CORE concepts (see enrollment guide)
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Understanding for Point Finding

26-minutes of CORE curriculum training on the ionization across the surface of the skin, the difference between anatomical and functional points, and motor and sensory aspects to identify patient issues.