The ancient Chinese called this point on the ear the “Heavenly Gate” because it brings heavenly energy into your body for healing. An Acupressure point with heavenly in its name, can bring spirit into your body just by stimulating it. You can actually heighten your spirituality just by taking three to five slow, deep breathes while you activate this ear point a few times a day!
Shen Men is a profound, marvelous point for heightening your body’s overall wellness.
This health boosting Acupressure ear point for wellness relieves aches & pains – anywhere.
Location & Benefits: In the center upper third portion of the ear; it also counteracts addiction & inflammation.
Point Application Suggestion: Stimulate this ear tonic point every night for a minute, before going to bed.
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, and mental stability. [read more…]
Learn how to find and use Acupressure points to improve your memory and transform negative thoughts. This special mental healing point, GB 14, can reprogram your mind, release mental stress and cultivate mental health.
Children and teens can use this point to clear their mind while taking tests at school. Elderly folks find it useful for memory, especially when having a “senior moment” of forgetfulness. Everyone can use it to deal with the stresses and pressures of daily life. [read more…]
Here’s a video demo to guide you to use the Detox Acupressure Lv 3 point on the top of your foot, in the valley or webbing between the large toe and second toe. This powerful point balances the Liver meridian. The Lv 3 Acupressure point is a major gateway for energy that flows up your body. It also relieves toxicity, and all kinds of allergic reactions, especially bloodshot eyes, tired or strained eyes, frustration, irritability, and neuromuscular disorders.
Most people know that the point in the webbing, between your thumb and index finger, the Hoku Point (LI 4) relieves headaches. But, did you know that this point also reduces inflammation and pain in all parts of the body?
Press this Acupressure point firm enough to hurt good. It’s one of the points in the new bookAcupressure Pain Relief by Michael Reed Gach, Ph.D., which is hot off the press as a quality paperback book. This short video above gives more details how inflammation causes pain in the body, and demonstrates how to best use this famous therapeutic trigger point.