The Small Intestine Reflex Box
You have built a stack of right angles and created and opened a fan, techniques that relate to both the large and small intestines. The outside areas of the right angles dealt with the large intestine, as did the fan before it opened. You also have a reflex specific to the small intestines.
Look at the right foot and imagine the ileocecal valve reflex. Imagine, too, the ascending and transverse colon reflexes. There is an empty, open boxlike space to the inside and under these reflexes. Now imagine the box filled with squiggly lines, running in from the medial edge of the foot. Switch hands; you will be using your right thumb now.
Start thumb walking just under the waistline from the inside edge of the foot. Walk in to the hepatic reflex. Bring the thumb back to the edge and down a bit, and thumb walk back in again to the ascending colon reflex. Keep bringing the thumb back to the inside edge, a little lower every time. Continue to thumb walk, making imaginary lines and filling this box to the sciatic line.
Once the sciatic line has been thumb walked, fill the box in from the bottom up. This reflex for the small intestine can be worked from the top to the bottom, from the bottom to the top, and diagonally, too. Imagine the 200 some-odd inches of the small intestine. Think, too, of all the work the small intestine does.