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What is Sen Thawari?

Sen Thawari begins three thumbs width to the right of the navel and ends at the bottom of the right eye.

Sen Thawari is the sixth of ten Sen in the Sen Sib, consisting of one major and three minor lines. Sen Thawari mirrors Sen Sahatsarangsi, which follows identical lines on the left side of the body.

Sen Thawari is associated with the Water Element and connects to the eyes, the lower abdominal region, and the chest, with particular indications for the intestines, liver and gallbladder.

Details of Sen Thawari

Other Names: Tawaree, Dwari,  Kongjagorn, Tawanjan, Tawakatai
Focus: The eye system on the right side
Body Origin: Three thumb widths on the right side of the navel
Body Gateway: Right eye
Indications: Colour blindness, red eye, tired eyes, facial paralysis, toothache, throat pain, red and swollen eyes, cataracts, impaired eye function, fever, chest pain, manic depression, gastrointestinal disease, urogenital diseases, leg paralysis, knee joint pain, numbness of the leg, hernia, jaundice, and appendicitis.

Therapy Application

Inside and outside line 1 on the right leg
Line 3 on the right side of the back

Myofascial Meridian

Superficial front line of the right leg

Anatomy Chain

In Thai Massage therapy, the practitioner clears blockages along the Sen lines, allowing Lom Pran to circulate freely and energetically throughout the body.

Sen Thawari begins three thumb widths to the right of the navel and ends at the middle of the bottom of the right eye
Major Line: The major line begins three thumb widths to the right of the navel and then proceeds down the right side of the abdomen to the first inside line of the thigh and calf to the ankle. At the ankle, it follows around the malleolus and up in front of the ankle joint (ST41) as the first outside line of the leg. Then, from the Inguinal crease, it moves across the lower abdomen along the right side up to the nipple, proceeding up the front of the SCM (Sternocleidomastoid) under the right chin to the right corner of the mouth and ending at the middle of the bottom of the right eye.
Minor Line 1: The first minor line starts at the collarbone on the right side and travels down the top of the right arm to the outside of the right thumb.
Minor Line 2: The second minor line starts at hip point one and goes to the waist point 3, then up line three on the back to neck point 3 and over the head to the middle of the right eyebrow.
Minor Line 3: The third minor line starts at shoulder point 2, then meets Minor Line 1 and travels down the top of the arm to the outside of the right thumb.

Learn About the Sen Sib

Sen Sumana

Sen Sumana begins two thumb widths above the navel and ends at the bitter part of the tongue

Sen Ittha

Sen Ittha begins one thumb width left of the navel and ends at the inside corner of the left eyebrow

Sen Pingkhala

Sen Pingkala begins one thumb width right of the navel and ends at the inside corner of the right eyebrow

Sen Kalathari

Sen Kalathari begins four thumb widths to the left of the navel and ends on the small bone at the front of the left ear

Sen Sahatsarangsi

Sen Sahatsarangsi begins three thumb widths to the left of the navel and ends at the middle of the bottom of the left eye

Sen Thawari

Sen Thawari begins three thumb widths to the right of the navel and ends at the middle of the bottom of the right eye

Sen Lawusang

Sen Lawusang begins four thumb widths to the left of the navel and ends on the small bone at the front of the left ear

Sen Ulangwa

Sen Ulangwa begins four thumb widths to the right of the navel and ends on the small bone at the front of the right ear

Sen Nanthakrawat

Sen Nanthakrawat begins two thumb widths below the navel and ends at the rectum

Sen Khitchanna

Sen Khitchanna begins two thumb widths below the navel and a little to the right side and end at the penis on men and through the uterus into the vagina on women
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