Thump Your Chest to Relax?!

flat,135x135,075,t  “Joy!” Acrylic on canvas by Sheila Van Houten, DD, PhD

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Thump Your Chest to Relax?

Discover Instant Tranquility with the Thymus Thump!

How do you feel when you look at this painting?

Would you like to feel like that within 30 seconds anytime you wish?  Well, you can!  Here’s how:

Find that little “V” in your neck, at the base of your throat, and tap just below it, directly on your skin, with four fingers of either hand.  Tap vigorously 33 times while you recall (or look at) the painting above (or any other image you love).

Result?  Instant tranquility!  Just that fast, a small gland, called the Thymus gland, releases a chemical that causes your body, mind, and spirit to create at least 10 relaxation responses, some of which you will actually feel!

Muscle tension, pain levels, blood pressure, heart rate, respiration, and feelings of stress and anxiety will all lower while feelings of peace and tranquility will increase.  Even your immunity will be strengthened!

Stuck in a meeting where you can’t thump your chest?  Put the tip of your tongue on that little web of skin behind your two front teeth where you burn your mouth with hot pizza sometimes.  You’ll get the same result!

It’s all very scientific and proven, too!  Dr. Diamond wrote a wonderful little book back in the 1970’s called “Your Body Doesn’t Lie”.  It’s all about the miraculous Thymus gland.  It’s a fascinating read.  Be sure to get it if you can find it.  Last time I checked, Amazon still had a few copies.

I’ve been doing the Thymus Thump intuitively since I was three, and it always works!  Make it part of your relaxation protocol!  You’ll be glad you did!

Thank you for reading my blog today!

 SKV PiCSheila Van Houten, DD, PhD, Helping you On Your Way Since 1979!
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