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.
How to Start a Good Day: I recommend practicing this easy acupressure routine on yourself while laying in bed, before getting out of bed. Many of my students over the years have found that practicing this acupressure routine in the morning aligns their energy for the rest of the day. I also use this acupressure point formula to end all of my acupressure treatments.
The Crown of Acupressure: This point formula is the crown of practicing Acupressure; it harmonizes the body’s vital energy by working on the Governing and Conception Vessels, the mother and father of all the meridian pathways. Using the following points, balances your hormones, and the chakra centers of your brain, to bring more harmony and beauty into your life.
Acupressure Hormonal Balancing Steps:
1. Hold GV 20 with GV 24.5: Place your right hand on the Hundred Meeting Point (GV 20 on the top of your head) and your left hand at the Third Eye Point (GV 24.5). Close your eyes and breathe deeply for about two minutes.
2. Touch GV 20 with CV 17: Move your left hand to the Sea of Tranquility (CV 17, located at the center of the breastbone). Continue to breathe deeply for another minute or two.
3. Meditate on Breathing Deeply: Rest your hands, one over the other in your lap, with your palms facing up, allowing your eyes to be closed. Let your shoulders relax down; make your breath slow, even and deep.
This Acupressure Point Formula is a quick routine good for relieving headaches, racing thoughts, anxiety, depressions, stress and hormonal imbalances. This would be good for mental health, and for relieving ADD, and ADHD at any age (children, seniors and everyone in between) to clear your mind, focus, concentrate, even meditate.
Mental & Emotional Healing: If you, a friend or relative has difficulty concentrating, or has racing thoughts – practice this simple acupressure routine 2 to 3 times daily for several weeks, breathing slowly and deeply while holding the points to discover the full benefits. For further point formulas and healing affirmations see the fully illustrated book entitled, Acupressure for Emotional Healing, by Michael Reed Gach, Ph.D.
Next week, I’ll show you how to present this acupressure point routine to children in an effective way – so they’ll be interested to learn how to help themselves – to feel better, be clearer, even more creative and powerful.