Here’s a very easy, effective Acupressure Therapy technique which can prevent and relieve multiple common ailments, balance your hormones and calm your thoughts. 

This 2-minute video clip shows you how to find and stimulate a potent point (GV24.5). Practice this easy self-healing routine 2 to 3 minutes daily in order to obtain remarkable therapeutic health benefits.

Click on the triangle below to start the video & follow along to discover the benefits.

For Best Results: Put your full attention on where you are touching between your eyebrows as you breathe slowly and deeply. Practice this easy deep breathing technique several times daily for at least 3 months to discover its full benefits without drugs or side effects.
NOTE: If you’ve had a neck injury, cervical problem, or on medication, please be sure to make your head movements smaller, slower, gently, and more carefully.




How to use an easy Acupressure Technique for Relieving Headaches, Racing Thoughts, Mental Stress, Chronic Fatigue, and Fibromyalgia Pain — 36 Comments

    • Try practicing this Third Eye Acupressure point a few times a day. With your eyes closed, focus on where you are touching, as you breathe slowly, and deeply.

  1. Hi Michael,

    It looks wonderful, but the audio is almost too low to hear. I will look
    for it on the other address you sent. Thank you again, Sincerely,


    • Place your index fingers in dip between your eyebrows, where your forehead meets the bridge of your nose. Let your head tilt downward so that your middle finger (your longest finger) touches gently on your forehead, just above your index finger. If you go back to the video clip, my words will make sense – because you will see what I am describing.

  2. Thanks for the demo and the reminder. You gave this technique in your newsletter a couple of years ago and I’ve gotten away from it.

    • I am glad you got the reminder. It’s such a powerful point and self-healing technique. This time you got to see it in the rain forest. I hope you’ll continue using this technique so it becomes part of your lifestyle – and you discover the cumulative benefits.

  3. Respected Sir,
    Your new v clip on Stress Relief, Headaches, Racing Thoughts and Mental Health, is very important as in that position so many points on palms, one between eyebrows another one on chin. superb feelings. thank u.

  4. Dear Michael,
    Always good Michael!.
    I want to wish for you and family a wonderful Merry Chrstmas and Happy 2013.

    PS- Some months ago I wrote to you in Brazilian Portuguese, probably you don’t understand,
    I’m sorry!.

  5. Dear Michael, thank you very much for all the wonderful information you have send me it is really of grate help.
    Michael, I read a few of the letters other people have wrote to you and thought I might be of help.
    Somebody with the name “Ingrid” asked you about points for epilepsy. I have epilepsy and sometimes use a point on my palm, 3 fingers below my hand. I find it does prevent my mind to blank out, thou I still feel a bit shivering in my arms after. If I remember right I think the name of the point is HP6.
    I will also try the points you mentioned to Ingrid
    Thank you Michael
    Happy holidays and all the best for 2013

    • Thank you so much for giving us an epilepsy acupressure point that works for you. You are using P 6, known as the inner gate, which calms your internal condition during an epileptic attach. Your suggestion and input is exactly what I want to have happen on this blog – so more people learn from others what actually works. Blessings to you.

  6. I suffer from chronic fatigue, due to an on-going systemic problem with candida {antibiotics}
    Am going to try this and truly hope it helps. So happy your out here
    and maybe can pass it along to my Chi Kung classes. BE WELL

  7. Hello Michael,
    This is probably helpful for most of us with practice. If you could help me refine it a bit please. My eyes are on hyper alert, even when they are closed, if I internally look up to the point, my body seems to disappear below my head. Any suggestions, for a grounding spot for my internal eyes would be of use for me. This is especially true out in public places as social phobias and ptsd issues are triggered. These tools are the ones I could use to recover.


    • For your eyes on hyper alert, use acupressure points B 2 (on the upper eye socket) with GB 20 (under the base of your skull). Grounding points, especially for you, would be St 3 and St 36. For social phobias, anxiety, and PTSD issues – please get my book entitled ACUPRESSURE FOR EMOTIONAL HEALING. I sincerely believe that the 400 illustrations in this book and my years of experience with emotional healing will help you tremendously. Please let me know how this works for you and other questions that come up too. Blessings to you!

      • Hello Michael,

        I’ve recently purchased this great book and I am committed to practicing and healing and wholeness. Thanks for your reply.

        Many blessings

  8. I just recently came across your website and find it very interesting and informative. I have a question to ask. I know you you can’t give medical advice but what would be the best acupressure pints for OCD. I have looked through the website but have not found any topics besides the articles on mental health. I intend to purchase your book “Acupressure for Emotional Healing”. Do you think this would be of benefit. I look forward to your response.

    All the best

  9. thank you Michael, just watching you do this and then following through with you has helped me today I will continue to do this daily and let you know how I feel.

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