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How You Can Balance Your Lung Meridian

Posted on Mar 22, 2020 by in Blog | 0 comments

How You Can Balance Your Lung Meridian

You can balance your lung meridian anytime, anywhere by stimulating these neurolymphatic reflexes, tracing your lung meridian and repeating a series of positive affirmations.

One of the unfortunate aspects of the coronavirus is that it affects your respiratory system.

Your lung meridian brings healing energy to your physical lungs, so maintaining healthy balance in your lung meridian is critical at this time.

What is your lung meridian?

Your lung meridian is a river of energy that brings chi or prana to your lungs.

Many people have heard of acupuncture, which requires you to visit an acupuncturist.

The techniques that I’m teaching you are methods from a system of healing called Touch for Health that you can do for yourself or for others.

During this global pandemic of COVID-19, I recommend balancing your own lung meridian on a daily basis by turning to these natural healing remedies.

If you are a parent or are caring for a loved one, you can follow these directions to do these techniques for anyone you are caring for.

Your Lung Meridian

Your Lung Meridian

How To Trace Your Lung Meridian

Directions:

  • From just above your lungs, trace down the outside of the front of your arms
  • Continue to the end of your thumbs
  • Repeat three times
  • Breathe and relax!

Benefits:

  • Brings energy to your lungs
  • Increases chi to your anterior serratus, coracobrachialis and diaphragm muscles

Emotional benefits of a balanced Lung Meridian:

  • Self worth
  • Humility
  • Cheerfulness
  • Tolerance
  • Openness
  • Modesty

In my book The Difference Between Pain and Suffering, I teach how to trace all your acupuncture meridians. If you want to learn how to trace all your meridians you can order your copy at this link.

Your neurolymphatic reflexes are a series of points all over your body that correspond to specific muscles as well as to related acupuncture meridians.

The Difference Between Pain and Suffering by Catherine Carrigan

The Difference Between Pain and Suffering by Catherine Carrigan

You can read my article, “Neurolymphatic Massage: A Simple, Natural Healing Remedy for Pain Relief,” at this link.

Neurolymphatic Reflex Points from Touch for Health: http://www.touch4health.com/techniques.html

Neurolymphatic Reflex Points from Touch for Health: http://www.touch4health.com/techniques.html

To stimulate your neurolymphatic reflex points for the lung meridian, rub vigorously up and down on the sternum.

This reflex point corresponds to your diaphragm muscle, which is the dome-shaped muscle deep in your chest cavity that helps you breathe.

You can do a little self test by holding your breath up to 40 seconds, then stimulate the point up and down on your sternum. When you hold your breath again you should discover that you are able to hold your breath for even longer because you have naturally expanded your lung capacity.

Also rub the four points on either side of your sternum at ribs 3 and 4 and 4 and 5.

If any of these points are tender or sore, that indicated a congestion in your lymphatic system. Just keep rubbing until they feel completely pain free. Sometimes you have to keep rubbing for 1 to 2 minutes.

Throughout the day you can rub your neurolymphatic points for the lungs until these points remain free and clear all day.

While you are tracing your lung meridian and stimulating the neurolymphatic points for your lungs you can repeat a series of positive affirmations that strengthen your lungs:

I AM HUMBLE BEFORE THE BEAUTY AND WONDER OF THE UNIVERSE.

I HAVE STRONG HEALTHY LUNGS.

I AM HUMBLE.

I AM MODEST.

I AM FORGIVEN.

I AM MEEK.

I AM TOLERANT.

I SHARE GENEROUSLY.

I APPRECIATE WHAT I HAVE.

I ACCEPT MYSELF EVEN WITH ALL MY SHORTCOMINGS.

I ENJOY BEING WITH PEOPLE.

I RESPECT OTHERS OPINIONS.

I LEARN FROM THE WISDOM OF OTHERS.

I AM MOTIVATED.

I BREATHE IN ALL THAT IS BENEFICIAL FOR MY HIGHEST GOOD.

I BREATHE IN ALL THAT HEALS ME, I BREATHE OUT ALL THAT NO LONGER SERVES FOR MY HIGHEST GOOD.

You can also balance your lung meridian by practicing breathwork.

The Little Book of Breathwork

The Little Book of Breathwork

You can order your copy of The Little Book of Breathwork, available in paperback, ebook or audiobook, at this link on Amazon.

The Little Book of Breath Work is a handbook you can use anytime, anywhere to lower your stress naturally through breathing, affirmations and mudras..

What you will learn:

  • How to use breathing exercises to reduce high blood pressure, anxiety, depression, fatigue, insomnia, asthma, pain, sleep apnea and breathing problems.
  • Affirmations to uplift your soul.
  • Hand gestures called mudras you can use to increase your inner peace, emotional balance, creativity and grounding. Author Catherine Carrigan has taught yoga and breath work for 25 years. In her work as a medical intuitive healer, she teaches people how to heal themselves naturally without drugs.

What is healing? Healing happens when you balance your lung meridian.

I have great respect and appreciation for the World Health Organization’s very important work on this subject as well as everything that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control is doing to keep all of us safe.

I bow to the true experts and am carefully following their advice.

To set up an appointment for a medical intuitive reading or healing work, email catherine@catherinecarrigan.com or call 678-612-8816. If you are outside the U.S., please call via WhatsApp. I can work with you from anywhere in the world by phone, Skype or Zoom video conference.

 

 

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