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We are under an incredible amount of stress with the Covid-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak. What do you need to do to handle this stress? Only three things: eat properly, exercise properly and relax properly.
The two organs that help your immune system work are your thymus and your spleen. Here are some at-home tools and techniques to stimulate your organs with these simple points. Rub and tap each for 20-30 seconds, three to four times a day to help support your immune system.
Are you being haunted by unwanted thoughts? Here is a great mantra to use to help you protect yourself from these thoughts. It is also the mantra that we use to tune in. It means: "I bow to the infinite, angelic wisdom within me." The mantra is "Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo".
Here are some at-home self-help, self-massage techniques. If you're suffering from digestive problems, head aches, stress or anxiety, try these self-healing techniques and heal yourself in the comfort of your own home.
Are you feeling anxious and overwhelmed? Or are you feeling exhausted and depleted? Here is an easy method to help you change your energy from within your own body. You have two nostrils to help regulate your body. Click Here to learn how to practice this quick change energy transformation:
What if I get a fever? The fever is great because it helps to burn out the infection. But there are a few ways to cool it down. Have you ever heard of putting alcohol on a cotton ball in your belly button? Did you know there are "fever breaking" points on the back of the head? Another self-healing technique is a cooling breath called Sitali Pranayam. This ancient healing technique has been used for thousands of years before things like Tylenol existed. This breathing technique supports the body's ability to release toxins.
Our capacity to handle stress reveals our capacity to be successful in our lives. Meditating, taking care of yourself, and exercising is great, but when you are under stress, it's an even more important time to really dedicate yourself to your self care and self sustaining activities. This will help you make it through the challenges and win. Dr. Gurusahay Khalsa shares How to Stay Present During a Crisis and during stressful times.