Weaving Health Practices into Your Day

1. On waking wait a few seconds, as this is the ‘between time’ and often new information comes to you. Next give gratitude to the universe.

2. On rising, use the palm of your hands to massage the sole of your feet. Start at the bottom of your heels and run the palm up the sole and bottom of the toes. Repeat this 50 times. Start with what is easiest for you It may be 5 or 10 times. If it is difficult to reach the soles, then use a silver plated desert spoon (back). This exercise has the advantage of bringing down and out any low level inflammation that mat by lurking in your body.

If you are a really enthusiastic do up to 100 times. You may be surprised at the range of health benefits that come.

3. Before you shower do the thymus thump. That is, use a semi-closed fist and thump four finger widths down from the collar bone. Use a firm thump followed by two softer thumps. It is like a heartbeat. Do not do it fast. Do up to 12 times. This is to improve your immune system. Humans are the only mammals on the planet that doesn’t thump their heart.

4. In the shower (providing you are not on water restriction like we are) do the kidney massage. The kidneys are one of our major organs and affect many parts of our body including reproductive areas and the brain.

Kidney Massage


Form each hand into a loose fist with thumbs inside the fingers. Place hands on the middle of your back at the level of your wait. Gently massage middle (waist area) of your back (kidney acupressure points) with gentle rotations by the backs of the knuckles (the outside of your fists). Do 36 rotations.

At the end of the rotations, lightly thump down the base of the spine to remove more energy. If you have problems with your kidneys, then next use the palms of your hands to massage the base of the spine for 3-4 minutes.

After twenty five years of teaching and healing in all areas of the human energy field, I have one aim. As an International Medical Intuitive, Qi Gong Master, and Health Practitioner, I want it to be easier for you to regain and keep optimum health and a wealth of enjoyment in life.

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  1. I saw your wonderful interview with Karen Swain, Glenys. It was so uplifting and reassuring, as well as informative and funny!! What a marvellous thing to know we can still continue our relationships with our departed loved ones – and how great to know that death (that dreaded word) is so easy and pleasurable!
    Thank you so much Glenys and Eric, for that definite and longed for knowledge.

    A fantastic video. Much love, Kaye

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