Worry, Doubt Self-Care Acupressure Recovery Point (GV 26)

Discover an Acupressure point to counteract worrying and doubting. GV 26, an acupressure first-aid point, between your nose and upper lip into the upper gum, is effective for counteracting dizziness, fainting, recovery, and dissociation. This short video clip will give you hands-on instruction on how to use this recovery point. For more info on how to counteract worry and doubt with … Continue reading →

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Clear Thinking for Learning Disorders (Dyslexia, ADD, ADHD) using Acupressure on GV 26

Remember the point the famous “Thinker” pressed with his knuckle? If you were on a TV quiz show, you’d know the answer: It was clear thinking Acupressure point GV 26, in the gum between the tip of your nose and upper lip. Apply firm pressure while breathing deeply to clear your mind and counteract overwhelm, racing thoughts, panic, dissociation, fainting, … Continue reading →

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Heightening a Child’s Ability to Learn using Acupressure Points; Learning Disorders – ADD, ADHD and Dyslexia

I suffered from learning difficulties and dyslexia as a child. I experienced the anxieties, fears, and humiliation from not being able to read and spell like other kids. The fears I experienced, as a child were devastating. Learning Acupressure and deep breathing enabled me to deal with my emotional trauma and gave me determination to help others. I earned my … Continue reading →

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Acupressure for Hormonal Balance, Depression, Anxiety, ADD, ADHD, Racing Thoughts, and Mental Health

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I’ve given thousands of Acupressure treatments over the past 40 years. I’m writing to share exactly how I end each session in a deeply healing way. It’s an Acupressure formula called the Final Balancing Steps – for fine-tuning healing energy, emotional stability, ADD, ADHD, mental health, and clarity. Share … Continue reading →

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