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    Accupoints for memory

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    For Memory & Concentration: Discover a Mental Clearing Point

    Touching GB 14 For mind clearing

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    Would you like to know a simple way to transform negative thoughts and emotions? By using a special mental healing point, GB 14, you can reprogram your mind towards a more open, positive attitude. Holding this point lightly while breathing deeply, several times a day, can release mental stress and cultivate mental health.

     

    People of all ages can benefit. Children and teens can use this point to clear their mind when taking a test. Elderly folks find it useful for memory, especially when having a “senior moment” of forgetfulness. And everyone can use it to deal with the stresses and pressures of daily life. All ages can use this point to counteract negative attitudes: it calms and balances your emotions.

     

    GB 14 is located above the center of your eye, one finger’s width above your eyebrows. Use only very light touch on

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    these points. You can use one hand to hold these points by placing your thumb on one side and your middle fingertip on the other side of your forehead. Apply a very gentle touch, as you breathe slowly and deeply for a couple of minutes.

     

    Mental Self-Healing at your Fingertips

     

    You can also use both hands to hold GB 14 very gently with your middle fingertips, as illustrated. Be sure to breathe slowly and deeply, while holding these points lightly for a couple of minutes. After getting familiar with holding this point, increase the length of time up to five minutes.

     

    Using this special clearing point, with deep breathing, can melt negative thought patterns and soothe difficult emotions. This works almost immediately, but doesn’t tend to last unless you apply this easy, gentle, cost-free technique regularly in your life.GB-14-150x150

     

    Enjoy the experience of clearing your mind.Clear negative patterns to release stressand increase your overall happiness!

     

    ~ Michael Reed Gach, Ph.D.

     

     

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