Relieve Fibromyalgia – Aches & Pains, Stiffness, Soreness

Soreness is a common symptom of Fibromyalgia. I’ve had good results relieving soreness, aches and pains, stiffness, and also stress, worry, overwhelm, and difficulty sleeping by using Acupressure and deep breathing. When you hold potent Acupressure points, plus practice simple breathing exercises, you can help to restore health, well-being, and Heaven on Earth. Here are two resources — a video and an Acupressure routine — for you to try.

ONE, use my video, Less Stress: Qi Gong Breathing Exercises. It has an easy 20-minute routine that is key for releasing stress and rebalancing your body chemistry to relieve soreness. The video also includes a shorter Self-Acupressure routine that’s 10 minutes long. The Less Stress video is available as a rental, a download, and a DVD.

You’ll get the best results by practicing the 20-minute routine, twice a day, for several months. Immediately after, be sure to relax deeply for 5 to 10 minutes or take a brief nap to fully discover the benefits.

Once you get relief and feel better, use these breathing exercises just once a day for maintenance.

TWO, do the following Acupressure routine, holding the four powerful points that are included.

Acupressure to Relieve Soreness & Increase Vitality

Hold each of these four points for 2 to 3 minutes, while breathing deeply.

GV 16, in the center of the base of the skull, is good for neck stiffness and general body pains

GV 16, the Wind Mansion Point

This point is located in the center of the back of your head, in the large hollow under the base of the skull. This pain-relief point clears the head, benefits the central nervous system, and releases mental stress. GV 16 relieves neck pain, headache, soreness in general, sore throat, hypertension, nightmares, trauma, fear, and insomnia.

 

GB 20, the Gates of Consciousness Points

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These points are located in the hollows below the base of the skull, three finger-widths out from the midline. GB 20 governs relaxation and the release of endorphins, benefits the brain, and relieves trauma and pain, especially headaches and neck pain.

For a video and an in-depth look at the Gates of Consciousness points, check out Headaches, Neck Pain, Stress, Insomnia & Pain Relief.

GV 24.5, the Third Eye Point

The Third Eye is found between the eyebrows, in the indentation where the bridge of the nose meets the forehead. This Acupressure point balances the function of the pituitary gland and relieves anxiety, emotional trauma, and dizziness.

To learn more about the Third Eye point, including three techniques for using it, here’s Balance Your Hormones, Boost Your Immunity & Intuition.

cv6CV 6, the Sea of Energy Point

The Sea of Energy is located two finger-widths below the center of your belly button. It strengthens the body’s internal condition, especially the colon, kidneys, immune system, and the sexual and urinary systems, and it also heightens self-healing.

Your finger pressure should always be applied gradually. Go even slower and more carefully into the abdomen if you’re elderly or sick. Be very gentle if you’re pregnant, using only the palm of your hand. CV 6 revives the body’s healing processes and develops vitality.

To explore the many benefits of this important point, take a look at Develop Better Digestion, Sexuality & Vitality with CV 6.

 

Breathe deeply to become like a flexible, no soreness swan.

You’ll have Soreness No Moreness by doing the above Acupressure routine daily and by practicing Qi Gong for at least 20 minutes, twice a day, for several months. You can follow my video, Less Stress: Qi Gong Breathing Exercises. Once you get relief and feel better, practice these breathing exercises just once a day for maintenance.

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