in expelling the worn out and offensive air from the lungs. The LOCOTENSOR (Tens. Va, . Femoris) has the mental line of stability and is one of the muscles required for standing.
On the shoulder, the DELTOID muscle with its front part raises the hand directly upward, as in taking an oath. Its back part lifts the shoulders in the line of dignity. Holding a bundle in the arms, or a child, requires the use of the BICEPS muscle with parts of the PECTORIS marked "parenity" and
The TRICEPS muscle (not the BICEPS) is the muscle for striking. The blacksmith and carpenter require this large. It is evident that the various kinds of labor call into action diffe ent sets of muscles and therefore different groups of mental faculties. Each kind of labor then has its specific effect on mental culture.
The central line and focus of the PECTORIS muscle is marked in front with a star, the B or breast focus. On the back, the corresponding line of the TRAPEZIUS is marked with a cross, as the heart focus. Lower down on the back a cross marks the focus of action for the lower limbs. These two balance on the minor axis, passing through the stomach, solar plexus, liver, spleen and pancreas. Hence movements of the upper and the lower limbs together react on the central organs of nutrition and stimulate the appetite.
We are to look upon every muscle, every pai t of the body, as vitalized by the faculties of the soul ; it is pervaded by our spiritual life, as its sympathetic and responsive instrument. Back of every muscular