LIFE ENERGY & VITALITY
PERFORM DAILY TO:
- Boost Your Immune System
- Stimulate All Of Your Energies
- Increase Strength & Vitality
Here is my adaptation of "The Three Thumps," part of Donna Eden's Five-Minute Daily Routine in her book, "Energy Medicine." This quick exercise is beneficial to all of us. I practice it in the morning and for a quick pick-me-up whenever I feel my energy "slump." It is especially important for anyone who has an autoimmune disease—the thymus plays a vital role in the body's immune system.
1) Thump K-27 Points
These are the end points of the kidney meridians, the pathways of energy that begin under the ball of each foot, travel up the inside of the leg, up the front of the body, and end at the collarbone. The K-27 points are just under the clavicle, or collarbone. To find them, place your fingertips on the U-shaped notch at the top of the breastbone, right about where a man knots his tie. Then move your fingers out to each side and down about an inch. Most people have small depressions there. Stimulating these points clears reversals, which is important before beginning any energy intervention. It gets the energy flowing in a forward direction and jump-starts the energy system so we feel more alert and energetic.
Crossing your hands while thumping on the K-27 points has the added benefit of emulating the body's energies crossing at the neck. Keep thumping the K-27 points while taking three deep breaths (in through the nose and out through the mouth).
2) Thump the Thymus Gland
According to Dr. John Diamond, author of Life Energy, the thymus gland controls the life energy of the body. The Greek word thymos actually means "life energy!" This gland lies just beneath the upper part of the breastbone in the middle of the chest, and it plays a vital role in the body's immune system. Think of all the energy Tarzan had after he thumped his chest!
Repeat the affirmation "My life energy is high. I am full of love," while thumping the thymus gland and taking three deep breaths.
3) Thump the Spleen Neurolymphatic Points
These points are part of the lymph system, which aids the immune system by
removing toxins from the body.
The spleen neurolymphatic points are the depression between the 7th and
8th rib, just below the level of the breastbone (sternum). Find the points
by moving your hand beneath your breasts, straight under the nipples,
then move them down over the next rib. (These points are not under the
ribcage, that's going down too far).
Thumping the Spleen Neurolymphatic Reflex Points removes toxins, fights
infection, modulates blood chemistry and hormones, counters dizziness
and stress, and helps metabolize food.
If these points are really sore, stimulate them by rubbing and the soreness
should disappear in a few days. These points can be stimulates while taking
three deep breaths, and even longer --- for two or three minutes at a