Sedating the triple warmer
Next week I’ll write more about how to work with CFS/ME from the practitioners perspective, but know that if you are currently working with your own experience of CFS/ME, there is every reason to feel hopeful and empowered about your ability to fully heal, and to look forward to re-engaging in every aspect of your life with health and vitality.
by Walter Last The human body has a bio-energy-circulation system similar to the blood-circulation system.
You don’t have to do all of the exercises at the same time, but it is important to do them regularly throughout your day.
You can make it easy for yourself by always doing one of two exercises when, for example, you eat anything, or when you walk through a certain door….. Anything that helps you start building the energy correction techniques into your day.
The Triple Warmer meridian holds the habit of chronic pain and requires frequent sedating to get it to let go of that habit.
For the most part when working with CFS/ME, Triple Warmer is nearly always overenergized and spleen is bearly always underenergized.
I would recommend always hooking up immediately after doing any other of these exercises.
(In a nutshell,) it involves sitting or standing comfortably, and breathing in through your mouth while gently constricting the breath.
When you are doing it correctly, you’ll be making a gentle rasping sound in the back of your throat. Even if you are able to do only one of these breaths, it can start to repattern your energy fields, from your energetic core to the very reaches of your biofield.
Most people who have ME have very compromised auras and this breath is a great way to strengthen and build it up again.
Of especial importance within the DER are the homolateral repatterning exercise and the neurolymphatic massage.
Most people with CFS/ME benefit from doing these regularly throughout the day.