An Acupressure Point for
Calming Anxiety & Stress
Learn how to use an Acupressure Point to Deepen your Breathing,
Relieve Anxiety and Stress, and Cultivate Emotional Healing
Most people are faced with tremendous stress which can stem from unhealed hurt, relationship pressures, disabilities, career or economic problems, mental stress, responsibilities, or other personal strife. How do you really feel about stresses in your life and in the world? Many people numb their pain or are stuck in some kind of survival mode, overwhelmed and exhausted. Under this pressure, we tend to breathe shallowly, which prevents us from relaxing and renewing ourselves.
Relieve your Stress & Anxiety
I am going to give you an opportunity through Acupressure to relieve anxiety with an easy self-healing practice. Using this Acupressure point can relieve stress, clear anxiety, transform negative emotions, deepen your breathing, and open your heart.
Acupressure with a Breathing Movement Meditation
Try the following exercise, which is also found in the instructional video clip below. Practice it for a few weeks to discover its full benefits.
Acupressure Point Location
CV 17, a great emotional balancing point, is four finger-widths up from the base of your breastbone, in the center of your chest. Use your fingertips to slowly rub up and down in the center of your breastbone to feel for an indentation. On a man, it is located between the nipples.
Sit with your spine straight, supported by a straight back chair. Place your palms together with your fingers pointing upward, with the side of your thumbs pressing into the center of your breastbone. This is known as prayer pose. Now you are holding CV 17, known as the Sea of Tranquility point. Focus on breathing slowly and deeply into this emotional healing Acupressure point to nurture your heart.
Close your eyes gently. Next, begin the Movement Meditation. As you inhale, let your head come slightly upward. Then exhale slowly as your head relaxes downward.
Continue this healing meditation for two or three minutes to fully experience the benefits. You can also hold CV 17 with your fingertips, instead of being in prayer pose. This will enable you to practice throughout the day to calm any anxiety you may have. Holding this point and breathing deeply into it will counteract the problems caused or worsened by stress in your life.
You can use this exercise two or three times a day, with very slow, deep breathing, whenever you need to increase calmness and balance your emotions. It’s effective because it combines Acupressure with deep breathing to release stress and improve your health. Keep using this practice for a few months to see substantial health condition changes.
Good for PTSD, chronic fatigue, depression, hormonal imbalances, substance abuse, suicidal thoughts, anxiety attacks, trauma, fear, chronic fatigue, recovering from an injury, post surgical healing, and fibromyalgia.
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Once you experience the power of this Self-Acupressure practice, share it with others. Inspire yourself and your family and friends to feel better, restore vital energy, and live a good life.
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