Moving Vital Life Energy
Within Our Body
Move the vital energy into our lungs
- Start with the grounding position and take a deep breath in with hands starting at our umbilicus and moving up to our chest.
- At the peak of the breath, take 3 additional small breaths.
- At the bottom of exhalation, take 3 additional small breaths out.
- Repeat this 3 times.
Augment the energy within
our vital organs
By rubbing the upper abdomen with both hands we bring the vital energy from mother earth into our legs, into our core (abdomen and pelvis), into our chest, out our arms into our hands and into these vital organs (liver: many metabolic functions, spleen: large lymph node which helps fight infections and the pancreas: both digestive and blood sugar control).
We then rub the umbilicus with one hand and the upper chest with the other. Moving vital energy to the stomach: center of life connectedness (umbilical cord in utero) and the nutritional center of our bodies.
The heart is responsible for pumping blood teaming full of oxygen and nutrients throughout our bodies. It is also the spiritual and emotional centers of our body!
The thymus gland produces T-Lymphocytes and helps fight infections and cancer. We again bring that vital energy from mother earth into our core (abdomen and pelvis), into our chest, out our arms into our hands and into theses vital organs.
Now we rub the lower back which represents the meridian system for our kidneys (detoxifying our blood) and the adrenal glands (hormonal support for our bodies).
We now bring the vital energy from mother earth into our legs, into our core, into our chest, out our arms into our hands and into these vital organs.
Reflex Microsystem Acupressure
Our body can be mapped on our palms soles and ears. First rub the palm of your hand with your thumb. Apply firm pressure, any tender spots, treat with acupressure, 5 seconds of steady pressure and repeat as needed.
Massage out to the tips of each finger and thumb stimulating the nerves and vessels to help lubricate the fingers.
Next, move to the ear. The earlobe is represented by the head and neck of our body.
Apply gentle traction on both earlobes and feel a calming, relaxing and a sense of tranquility.
Then massage the entire ear front and back feeling an increased sense of calmness and warmth.
Lastly, please take a seat on the ground and place your right leg over the top of your left knee. Massage with firm pressure the heel of your foot which represents the sciatic and gluteal rzegion of body.
Apply 5 seconds of acupressure for any tender areas and repeat as needed. Then massage the middle of the foot which is represented by our intestinal tract. Again, apply acupressure as needed.
Now massage the upper foot represented by our chest (lungs and heart). Apply any acupressure as needed.
Massage out to the tips of each toe stimulating the nerves and vessels to help lubricate the toes.
Reflex Microsystem Acupressure
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Dr. George J. Ceremuga received a Bachelor of Science from the United States Military Academy at West Point, N.Y. He served as an Army Officer with the 4th Infantry Division prior to medical school. He received his Doctor of Osteopathy from the Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed a Family Practice Residency at The Medical Center in Beaver, Pennsylvania.