Simultaneous with the development of the lethal techniques discussed in Part I of this article, were the creation of strategies which could undue the damage. These resuscitation or “reanimation” techniques use pressure, vibration and percussion or even heating of acu-points to re-activate or “jumpstart” the vital processes which have been short-circuited by deadly blows. Revival techniques that employ percussion or striking use much the same principle as the attacking method: the healing blow creates a a shock that re-activates what has been disrupted. The difference between the attacking and healing blow is one of intention, force and direction. It is no surprise then, that many of the same points that are used to attack and disrupt vital function can also be used to revive and restore normal functioning.