Discover an Acupressure point that supports mind-body balance. This enhances meditation, reduces worrying and doubting, and even helps with cold feet. GV 26, an Acupressure first-aid point, is located between your nose and upper lip. To use this point, press into the upper gum. This potent point is also effective for counteracting dizziness, fainting, and dissociation. This short video clip will give you hands-on instruction on how to use this helpful point.
To learn more about meditation, including five different meditation exercises, see the Acu-Yoga book. It also includes many exercises that use Acupressure for stress relief and for self-healing for many common ailments.
For more info on how to counteract worry, doubt, and other emotional issues with Acupressure Therapy, check out the book entitled Acupressure for Emotional Healing.