If you cannot reach around your abdomen, then you can do a more brisk kind of stomach rubbing. Put both your hands on either side of your naval and gently rub downwards, then out and around and up your sides. Then over and down again until your hands are on either side of your naval again. Make both hands meet on either side of your naval on the downward rub and out on your sides on the upward rub. Do this rubbing gently, barely pressing on your skin, but do it until you can feel your skin warm up. May take a while at first, but with time and practice, this will happen sooner.
(One thing that is great about this exercise is it can be done any time and without being in sequence as I am showing you here. Some people do this exercise while sitting at their desk at work. Right after their noon meal. This is one great exercise for helping your body digest your food properly.)
1. Rub hands together to stimulate warmth.
2. Place hands, palm down, on lower abdomen on either side of naval.
3. SLOWLY inhale through nose and let only your abdomen expand. Not your chest.
4. Slowly exhale through your mouth and press down on your abdomen until all the air in your lungs is out. Your abdomen will look caved in. Imagine that, while you’re exhaling, you’re blowing out all the germs and toxins in your body.
Breathing in and then out is counted as one breath. You need to do this kind of breathing in this exercise 12 times. Breathe as slowly as you can so as to give your lungs the most opportunity to gather up harmful toxins and dispel them from your body.
Women who are pregnant should not do the Crane Exercise because it will create unpleasant feelings in the abdomen.
The best time to do this exercise is in the morning facing the sun. If you are standing or sitting. If you are lying down, try to sit first and face the sun, then lie back on your bed.
Now here’s where this next little exercise comes in handy so I’m just going to throw it in here for you.
Go ahead and copy and paste this into your word processing program and print it out.
Another thing to understand is you must not do these exercises along with any other internal exercises. Not at the same time. These exercises are too strong for that and may get you into trouble.
1. Sit so you can press the heel of one foot against your vagina opening. If you can’t do this, then get a baseball or softball, or anything else you have that is round and hard like that. You just want to close the opening and hold it closed while doing this exercise. (This also stimulates the nerve endings there, which is a good thing because that will increase your enjoyment of sex) ☺
2. Rub your hands together rigorously to get the warmth going. Then place your palms on your breasts.
3. Rub your breasts SLOWLY in a circular motion, going around the nipples and not on them. This is important. The nipples are too sensitive. Rub in opposite directions. One hand in one direction while at the same time the other one in the other direction.
4. Rub in complete circles for at least 36 times, or a maximum of 360, once or twice a day. No more than that.
Doing the rubbing 360 times will cease your menstrual cycle, but as each one of us is different, how soon will depend on how your body handles it. But once your menstrual cycle stops, you can maintain that cessation with rubbings of less than 100 times. But again how many times will be up to how your body handles it. So experiment. You can stop your menstrual cycle again if it should start up again. And then keep it stopped with a few more rubbings until you find the right amount of times your body needs.
Can be done sitting or lying down.
1. Tighten the muscles of your vagina and anus as if you are closing both openings. Try to draw your rectum up even more inside you. Hold for as long as you can comfortably.
2. Relax and then repeat the exercise.
If you find the breast rubbing tiring, you can do one breast while resting your other arm, then switch.
There is more to this exercise but that is for special cases. For that information, it is best you purchase the book called ‘The Complete System of Self-Healing’ by Dr. Stephen Chang. It goes into more detail for people who can’t sit or stand.
Care has been taken to make sure the information presented here is accurate. However, you should understand that the information given here does not constitute legal, medical or professional advice of any kind. Okay? Please check with your doctor before you do any of this.
The Turtle Exercise:
This exercise stimulates the nervous system through the neck. Your neck is the nerve pathway to and from your brain and the rest of your body. It strengthens the thyroid glands and improves metabolism.
This exercise can be done standing or sitting.
1. Slowly bring your chin down to your chest. Keep your neck straight and the back of your head up. Inhale slowly as you do this. Keep your back straight and let your shoulders rest all the way down. Don’t strain. Just do this as relaxed as you can.
2. Keep your back straight. Slowly raise your chin until you are looking all the way up. At the same time, slowly exhale and bring your shoulders up as far as you can, as if you were trying to touch your ears with them. Again, don’t strain. Just do this as relaxed as you can.
Repeat these steps 12 times.
Want to know the secret behind truly flat chocolate chip cookies? This is my sister Mary’s discovery. These are chewy and so flat my nephew calls them chocolate chip crackers. I’ll leave the secret down below the recipe here so don’t do anything with the recipe until you read the TIP. Enjoy. :)
Here is the recipe directly from the Nestle chocolate chip bag:
Original Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookies.
2 1/4 cups flour
1 tsp baking soda
1 tsp salt
1 cup (2 sticks) butter, softened
3/4 cup granulated sugar
3/4 cup packed brown sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract
2 large eggs
2 cups (12oz) Nestle Toll House Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsals
1 cup chopped nuts
Preheat oven to 375ºF
Combine flour, baking soda and salt in small bowl. Beat butter, granulated sugar, brown sugar and vanilla extract in large mixing bowl until creamy. Add eggs, one at a time, beating well after each addition. Gradually beat in flour mixture. Stir in morsals and nuts. Drop by rounded tablespoon onto ungreased baking sheets.
Bake for 9 to 11 minutes or until golden brown. Cool on baking sheets for 2 minutes; remove to wire racks to cool completely.
Makes about 5 dozen cookies.
When you are measuring the flour, fluff it up a bit with a fork, then use the scoop to scoop out enough flour to fill a 1 cup measuring cup. Scrape off the excess but DO NOT shake the cup to settle the flour. Just pour it out into the bowl and get another cup. Do the same with that one, too. Then get a 1/4 cup measuring cup and do the same with it. Mary also halved the amount of salt she uses, but I’m wondering if that has anything to do with it. I tried only halving the salt and the cookies were still not flat. But when I measured out the flour like she does, I got very flat cookies. They are chewy if you don’t bake them longer than is required. Simple, isn’t it? :)
Beef veggie soup.
I won 3rd place in a cooking contest out of 867 entries with this soup. You’ll be surprised at how simple it is.
First thing you do is get around 5 lbs of chuck roast. In a 5 quart size cooking, or stock, pot, pour in about 4 quarts of water. Put the chuck roasts in and cook. Simmer for about 3-4 hours to get the meat good and done, and to make the broth as flavorful as possible. Turn off the flame and let the broth sit until cooled enough to put in the refrigerator. In the meantime, remove the meat right after you turn off the flame and start to separate the meat tendrils from the fat as soon as you can hold chunks of the meat in your hands comfortably. It’s easier to separate the meat when it is still really warm. Throw away the fat and save the meat in a ziplock bag. Put that in the refrigerator as well. The next day, you can start to make the soup. All you have to do is put together all these ingredients at the same time. Just dump it all in there and turn on the flame. Simmer until everything is done. Now for the ingredients.
After the broth has set overnight in the refrigerator, remove the congealed fat from the top of the broth and throw away. Put the pot on the stove and turn on the flame to medium. Then start putting in the rest of the ingredients. When the soup starts to boil, turn the flame down to simmer.
Along with the meat, add:
1 medium onion diced
2 stalks of celery thinly sliced
From your grocery’s freezer section, get:
1 19oz bag of the Green Giant herb and garlic seasoned roasted potatoes.
1 12-16oz bag of the Green Giant herb and garlic seasoned broccoli and carrots.
1 11-16oz bag of white corn
1 11-16oz bag of petit green peas
You can add 1 11-16oz bag of mixed veggies, too, if you want
Throw all that in the pot. Then add:
2 tblsp parsley chopped
1 46floz size can of tomato juice
1 14.5oz size can of herb and garlic seasoned diced tomatoes
salt and pepper to taste
Simmer until all are done.
See how simple this is? And believe me, your family will love it if they like veggie soup.
PS: If you want to make this soup extra slimming, add 2 tsp tumeric, sliced zucchini, and a sprinkling of chia seeds to it. It won’t change the taste. It will, however, boost the calorie busting ability. Enjoy.
What you also need to understand is the simplicity of these exercises does not mean they don’t work. They do. They’ll just make you wonder because they are so simple. Just do them and find out.
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The Stomach Rubbing Exercise goes well with the Crane Exercise. After you do the Crane, place your right hand on your naval and, VERY SLOWLY, start gently rubbing your abdomen in a clockwise, circular motion, making each circumference larger than the last. Do this until the entire abdominal area has been rubbed. Then start at the ending point and slowly go backward until your hand is covering your naval again.
These are very simple exercises that anyone can do even while sitting in bed. So know that there is no stress involved.
What I'm giving you here are for women only, but men can do them, also. Just know there is a different Deer exercise for men. The Deer for men is in the ebook I'm selling.
I'm giving you 3 exercises here, along with a little more information. If you do only these, you will notice a significant difference in your health. I have more information in my ebook.
Here are the exercises:
The Crane Exercise:
There is a crane in China called the Red Combed Crane that is noted for its long life. The ancient Taoists studied it to see why and discovered a certain stance it did that seemed to help the bird rid itself of toxins safely. The bird would stand on one leg and press the other up into its stomach. This seemed to stimulate and strengthen its digestive system.
Man has always suffered occasional digestive problems. And since the stomach and intestines are controlled by involuntary muscles, those not under our conscious control, we needed to find a way to relieve the problems. That is why the ancient Taoists devised the crane exercise.
The Crane Exercise can be done standing, sitting or lying down on your back. I do it lying down.
That's all there is, folks. Do these and you will notice a difference in yourselves. Enjoy.
The Female Deer Exercise:
The benefits are:
1. Eliminates problems related to the menstrual period, such as erratic emotions, cramps, water retention, etc.
2. Stronger vagina.
3. Makes the production of estrogen healthy.
4. Relieves menopause symptoms.
5. Can relieve and/or eliminate the monthly menstrual cycle in a safe manner. Over a period of time, which varies for each one of us, this exercise will halt the menstrual cycle and the woman can benefit from the energy that will give her.
It is not unnatural to stop your monthly period. It happens when you take pills to do this. But pills have lists of possible harmful side effects. This exercise doesn’t. And the blood can then be used to energize your body.
Instructions for doing this exercise:
While doing this exercise, don’t try to help it along by visualization. It won’t help at all. Just feel the energy and concentrate only on what you are doing.