Acupressure Points

How to Apply Pressure to Acupressure Points

How do I contact acupressure points? This is a great question! How to contact, press, or massage an acupressure point is one of the most common questions people ask me. Below is my protocol for working with acupressure (also known as acupoints, points, acupuncture points). 7 Steps for contacting acupressure points: Be centered, grounded, and connected…

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Self-care for the over-extended

Too busy to care for yourself? Many years ago, I had no self-care practice. I knew that I was not caring for myself. I knew the things that would support my health. I knew that I was not doing them because of my responsibilities to family, friends, and career got in the way. I kept wondering if…

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What is health?

What is Health?

Symptoms of health One day a thought wandered through my mind: “What are the symptoms of health?” Perhaps because it was so catchy, it caught my attention. I began to wonder about it. Searching for symptoms of health has been a huge challenge – which is bizarre given that I’m supposed to be a person who…

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Healing Acupoints

Healing with Acupoints

Acupoints have great potential Acupoints have been used for thousands of years by millions of people, and have tremendous potential for healing. Acupoints come to us from ancient China – Chinese medicine is thousands of years old. Chinese medicine is based on the premise that the balance and flow of energy, known as Qi (“chee”),…

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tennis elbow

Tennis elbow acupressure point

Acupressure point for tennis elbow Tennis elbow will require more than just one acupressure point for complete healing. However, there is a key acupressure point for tennis elbow that you should know. Large Intestine 11 for tennis elbow Large Intestine 11 (LI 11) is located right where much of the pain from tennis elbow is…

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Spiritual Good Fortune

Spiritual Basis of Good Fortune

An Ancient Path Revealed I refer to my very worn copy of this book frequently! The author, William Douglas Horden, has been a trusted teacher and guide for me. William has a gift of using words to express the wordless. There are endless ways to “go within.” If you are wondering “what steps can I take to…

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Bladder meridian

Bladder Meridian

By massaging the Bladder meridian and many of the points along the back, pain can be prevented, good posture is reinforced, and an overall sense of energy and vitality is sensed throughout the body-mind.

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Yin and Yang

Yin and Yang of Self-awareness

Yin and Yang are two sides of the same coin Together, Yin and Yang create a “whole.” For example, a complete calendar “day” is actually 24 hours, which is made of daytime and nighttime. Our “day” would not be complete without the night, and vice versa. The combination of day and night creates one whole calendar…

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Bladder points to relieve back pain

4 Acupressure Points to Relieve Back Pain

Bladder points on the sacrum help relieve back pain. The Bladder meridian runs down both sides of the back. Because of its location, points on the Bladder meridian are always used to relieve back pain. Acupressure points on the sacrum are great for relieving back pain! I get great results using these four Bladder acupoints…

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mental focus

Mental focus, you can do it!

Mental focus happens! As a card carrying member of the busy mind club, I can say that mental focus is possible! There are many different theories and approaches that promise to improve mental focus. There are mental focus drugs, mental focus supplements, mental focus vitamins, and mental focus exercises! With so many choices, how do you find that one mental…

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