My neck pain was mostly kept at bay, had a lot of sniffles (usually first thing in the morning) so I have been using the respective protocol a lot.
I did some reading; as a result I decided to go stone-shopping in my neighborhood and kill two birds with one - stone that is:
a) to have presents for the reflexology party I was invited to
b) to have some for my own use since I have become so fond of my selenite wand which is somewhat fragile though.
(I am also in part particularly attached to it because of scratches caused by Mowgli- once left alone as a puppy without his toys in reach he must have scouted the living room for potential objects he could sink his teeth into; that day when I got home, I found the selenite wand on the floor). MFM works with stones depending on her mood, but mentions that they, for example, can be matched to one's astrological signs; I figured if I stock up on them it would be very easy to always have one on me as alternative to using my fingers and knuckles; they are cheap, pretty and not fragile unlike my selenite wand.
The standard session is described on pages 49 through 54. I decided to try it: all organs and functions are treated; I did it instead of the usual protocol; I liked it; I felt an overall shift and I decided to explore it more after we are done with the study; it entails 34 points - MFM calls it short - and says it can be used as a model and will help to answer questions like:
- Where shall I start?
- In what order do I stimulate the points and zones?
The next day I decided to do an extensive routine, consisting of a short warm-up, the usual Dien Cham routine as well as the detox, afterwards I did my 20-minute breath routine, followed by relaxation in Savasana. This was the third time I did the detox - and I detected a pimple on my chin: I have been drinking a lot more tea than usual but I think water is ideal to flush out the toxins. I prefer fruit tea though at this time of the year which according to my acupuncturist is second best. - BN