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  1. This is what I found up until now. Feel free to correct me. There's one near the tip of the nose. Just below the nose bump. There's one on the bump. Then it moves to exactly the nose canal, not quite where most people would put the third eye but just below that; I feel a constant pressure there. I think it's called officially the root of the nose - just where it starts going up. Then move on upwards there's another point where most I suspect would put the Ajna point, right resting on top of eyebrow level. I distinguish the two although many would count it as one thing I have found that if I drive energy towards the root of the nose I can't do it through the same passageway to reach Ajna. I have to go through Bindu for that. One is through Bindu - and crossing over. And the one below the third eye (the root of the nose) I have to cross over through the neck and throat, and that's how I reach it. I feel one in the middle of the forehead but I'm not quite sure about that one I found literature confirming it but I'm not sure if it's mistaken with the next point that I have found, through literature, and through experience, to be in the upper part of the forehead in the bony part where the hairline supposedly is. So this is what I got: one two three four, and five. I'm not saying all of these are chakras, but energy points that I have found, by myself, and some of them confirmed, through literature. Between the tip of the nose and the most upper part of the forehead, how many can you count? I think what I would most like to know is if the root of the nose is one energy center; and the traditional Ajna point is another, because that's how I feel it.