The Lungs and Colon are paired organs in the Acupuncture Channel System. They are also part of the Throat Chakra energy center.
Keeping the Qi-energy flowing smoothly within these meridian-organ systems will help keep you healthy and energized.
You can stimulate your own ability to heal, and open any blockages along these pathways using tapping, acupressure, or the sound healing frequencies of a tuning fork. Plus, applying essential oils boosts the effectiveness of your therapy.
The essential oils you can try are eucalyptus, rosemary, black pepper, peppermint, fennel, ginger, or marjoram. Apply diluted with fractionated coconut oil, or olive oil. Just use the coconut or olive oil if you don’t have the essential oils yet.
It is a combination of acupressure/acupuncture and mind/body medicine using nothing more than your fingers. AromaTune is the option to add the magic of essential oils and tuning forks. This utilizes meridians on the skin (or acupressure points) to decrease or resolve negative emotions and/or emotionally based physical issues. Frequencies of essential oils, sound vibrations of tuning forks, and energy fields of acupuncture points are used to turn off the stress signal and heal the physical responses our body makes in reaction to painful experiences (both physical and/or emotional).
A new class is available each month to purchase for a one-time fee.
It is Included for paid subscribers of the monthly “Gold Plan Community”. Subscribers have access to all AromaTune classes, plus other exclusive content.
Dr. Michele A.
Self-care has become a trendy buzzword in the post-Covid era but the benefits to practicing regular self-care are undeniable. But first, let’s talk about what self-care is and what it isn’t. Self-care is taking steps to address your physical and emotional health needs to the best of your ability. Self-care is not being selfish or self-indulgent.
And nobody knows the importance of self-care better than moms. Yet moms are usually the first to put themselves at the bottom of the list in terms of self-care. But we don’t all have to be moms to have an overwhelming to-do list that depletes us mentally and physically. Just like a healthy diet and regular exercise, self-care is the next key to great physical and mental health.
The best part about self-care is that it includes a variety of activities that can range from exercise, yoga, hiking in nature, or bike riding, to quieter outlets like reading, meditation, prayer, or a warm bath. It really is up to you to determine what outlet is best for you. continue reading
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