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TKM® (The King Method®) presents the Emergency integrative Medicine Techniques for all branches of the USA Military in active service.
 
This is provided free of charge to all active military personnel ONLY.  Warning: It is NOT to be reproduced, sold or formally taught to any group without the expressed written permission of the copyright and proprietary rights and federal registered mark holder, or severe civil and criminal penalties will be enforced.
 
 
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Stop Bleeding
 
and Seal the wound (S&S) – internal and external
 
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Left hand over right hand as close to the wound as possible
 
Right hand MUST be placed down first!
 
Center of Palm is the focal point.
 
NO PRESSURE REQUIRED!
 
For Shock & Burns
 
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Palming the Calves
 
Place left hand on right calf and right hand on left calf – No pressure.
Fingers are together (pointed towards head) and palms on largest part of the calves.
 
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TKM® Energy Sphere Locations Bilaterally
 
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Abreviations:
 
ss = Same side of the body (e.g.: 15 ss 6 = hold 15 & same side of body 6)
opp = Opposite side of the body (e.g.: 3 opp 13 = hold 3 & opposite side of body 13)
L = Left hand (exception when a number follows: L5 = Left side of body 5) 
R = Right Hand (exception when a number follows: R5 = Right side of body 5) 
Center = mid-line of the body or median of the body
Both = hold left and right sides at same time or apply left side then right side
Note: Every application involves a position for each hand. All applications need 2 hands
Vital: Watches and batteries greatly inhibit effectiveness, esp. for acute situations.
 
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EMT Protocols - TKM®
 
Alertness, to maintain – both 25’s or R to L5, L to L8
Antibiotic & Immune – 15 ss 6 then 15 ss 3 (both sides) or 3 opp 13
Anaphylactic Shock – T1 (base of neck) & Center of 22’s
Appendicitis, Acute – R11 & R25, then L2 (repeat as needed)
Asthma attack or breathing – T3 & both middle fingers (loop thumb/ring fingers when running)
Bleeding – R palm on, left hand over right at 90° angle (as close to wound as possible)
Bone, broken – 15ss6 then L to 15 ss R to break
Burns – palm the calves L palm to R calf, R palm to L calf (minimum 30 minutes)
Choking – Grasp firmly High 1’s
Constipation – L8 ss 11
Cools – L8 ss 11
Cramps, Leg – 15 ss 6 or 15 ss 8, any cramps – 23 ss 5 or 12 ss 25 
Diarrhea - R8 ss 11
Digestion – 21 ss 22 or 23 ss 22
Energy, replenish – 10 opp 1 or tip of coccyx & 5
Environment, adjust or Jet lag – 22 ss 15 (both sides)
Extraction – L palm on, right hand over left at 90°(toxins/snake bite/bee sting/objects/shrapnel)
Fatigue – 24 opp 26 or tip of coccyx & 5
Fear – 15 ss 5 or 19 opp Hi1 or index finger(s)
Fever – 15 ss 6 then 15 ss 3, repeat L&R until fever breaks
Heart Attack – Hold center of 10’s (T-5) & L -little finger
Hiccups – 14’s
Hysteria – L to T5 & R to center of 13’s
Insomnia – 18 opp 15 (do both sides as needed, begin with L18) or tip of coccyx & 5
Lungs, fluid on – cradle L & R 4’s & hold both ring fingers
Nausea – both High 1’s, or 18 opp 15 (do both sides as needed, begin with L18)
Pain, mild general – 17 opp 15
Pain, Acute–  Step 1 - Assistant  R to L20 & L to R20
          Recipient  R to R14 & L to L14, then
           Step 2 –Assistant R to Sternum (bottom tip) & L to pubic bone (top center)
          Recipient   R to R15 & L to L15
Parasites – 23 ss 5 or 2 opp high1
Seizure – firmly grasp both thumbs, hold until completely alleviated
Shock – Palm the calves
Sore Throat – 3 opp 13
Toothache – 11 opp index finger
Virus – 23 ss 22 or 15 ss 6 then 15 ss 3 (both sides)
Warms – R8 ss 11
 
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Median Application
 
Alertness, Stamina and Immune Stimulation
 
(Rejuvenation as well as Rest)
Preparation: Sit, stand or lay in a comfortable position. Optimal results: remove metallic objects and batteries from body. 
Length of time: Hold each step a minimum of 4 -5 minutes, or up to 20 minutes if needed.
Application: Apply with pads of fingers (palm side) of index, middle, & ring to each location. Or, you may use all finger pads for better contact.
Always hold two locations when applying any step, one with each hand.
Important: No Pressure necessary!  In fact, it can inhibit the process. Only contact is needed. 
When to apply: When possible, first in morning and last of the day.  Although, it can be applied at any time.
 
Application Steps:
Procedure Locations
For the Hands (to) On the Body
step 1 Right fingers  to  Top center of Head
and fingers Center of the Forehead (above and between eyebrows)
step 2 Left fingers to Nose (Tip - light touch)  Note: Right remains on head until step 8.
step 3 Left fingers to Center of Collar Bone (center on jugular notch)
step 4 Left fingers to Center of the Chest (on sternum at center of gladiolus)
step 5 Left fingers to Bottom of Sternum (tip of sternum, ensiform or xiphoid appendix)
step 6 Left fingers to Umbilicus (Navel)
step 7 Left fingers to Center of Pubic Bone (above & against top center of pubic bone)
step 8 Right fingers to Coccyx (tip of tail bone)  Note: Left hand remains on step 7 during step 8
 
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Purpose for application: Stamina, strength, alertness, immune stimulation, Central nervous system, all organs, calms mental, stress, relaxes body, rejuvenate, helps healing process of all wounds, calms fear, insomnia, quick rest, strengthens, an excellent preventative procedure which helps most physical, mental and emotional functions.
 
© Copyright 1995 Proprietary, Process and All Rights Reserved.  King Institute, LLC
 
Frisco, TX  www.kinginstitute.org
 
Provided For USA Armed Forces Only
 

 
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