See What Happens To Your Body When You Press This Point For 1 Minute
Jay Dawson February 14th 2017 Health
Over many centuries, we've put more and more of our faith in doctors and medicine. But medicine isn't a fully refined art. There's so much of the body that's still unexplained, and so many depths to healing that haven't been discovered. The video you're about to witness is still largely ignored by modern science, but it's to their peril. This is the fringes of knowledge, that can change your life forever...
The Hidden Science
Countless ancient cultures have already known about the strange techniques that you'll see in the video. But they weren't strange to them - in fact, they formed the basis of their medicine. But since then, science has largely ignored the overwhelming evidence of its effectiveness. Sure, the olden-day tribes and communities might not have had antibiotics, but they had something far more effective. Something that modern medicine is now passing up.
The reason, it seems, is not that it doesn't work - it clearly does - but that scientists simply can't explain why it works. At least, they can't explain it within their conventional framework of physics, physiology, and chemistry. So for a long time, this old science, this ancient way of healing, has been passed over in favor of the verifiable and explainable. But luckily for us, practitioners and healers have kept the art alive...
This medical art from the old days is called reflexology. Depending on where you live, you may have seen it advertised in some holistic healing clinics, but it's still a far cry from being widely accepted. The name conjures up images of someone tapping your knee with a hammer, or challenging you to a game of Snap, but the reality is far different. It's not about testing your reflexes - it's about the interconnectedness of things.
In other words, reflexology sees your body as a giant network of parts, all of which are connected to each other in some way. Not just in the physical sense - like your leg is connected to your hip - but in a sense that affecting one part of your body will affect another, seemingly unrelated part of your body. By pressing, massaging, and healing one small part, you can heal other and bigger parts of your body.
Reflexology is an ancient art, stretching back around 6,000 years. 6,000! No-one be totally sure of the birth of the practice, but we do know from written records that it was being practiced by both the Chinese and the Egyptians in 4,000BC. That two completely different cultures, far removed from each other, would stumble upon the same astonishing discovery, is almost proof enough that there is significant value in the practice.
Although the Egyptian empire would eventually die out, the Chinese would remain strong up until the present day. With it came reflexology, a bedrock for their medicinal practices. Considered a powerful and highly technical skill to have, practitioners of the art would have to undergo years of training, and the secrets of the medicine were passed down reverently from generation to generation. No matter what other practices would die out due to modernization, reflexology would always remain.
The opening up of trade routes between China and the west didn't just bring spices and gold - it also brought their never-before-seen notions of medicine. As Europe and America grew in power, many of the upper class - who had exposure to China through trade - stumbled upon the secret of reflexology. German doctors were publishing studies on the medicine in the 16th century, and later still, the breakout success of a volume by Dr. William Fitzgerald, an American specialist in 1917, drew even more interest.
Before long, high-profile aristocrats - such as the American president, James Garfield - were using reflexology to relieve their own aches and pains. But as the role of hard science, and our reliance on it, increased in the mid-to-late 20th century, reflexology was again shoved into the background. Still, it persisted, and as people start to seek alternative treatments to invasive procedures and dangerous drugs, reflexology is once again close to its time in the spotlight.
Struggles With Doctors
Where once doctors found this field of research exciting and potentially groundbreaking, now there is a current of distrust for reflexology amongst medical professionals. Why? The answer is complicated, and long-winded. There are multiple sides to the war on so-called "quack medicines", and it's not always clear why doctors completely dismiss practices such as reflexology.
Part of the reason has to do with the rise of huge global pharmaceutical companies. They rely on hard data, and focus on big profits, and they have little-to-no interest in promoting a practice that can cure people without drugs. Also, while reflexology clearly works - the video you're about to see is definite proof - there is a lack of consistent data. The problem is that there are so many other factors that can hinder reflexology's effectiveness - such as mood, attitude, and diet - that collecting concrete statistics is difficult. The problem is that unlike drugs, which run rampant over your body and effectively destroy it to fix a problem, reflexology works with your body, which has to be willing.
It's All Connected
Let's get into the nitty gritty of reflexology. The incredible video that we're about to show you will go into far more detail, and tell you exactly how to administer it, but this will be a fairly good introduction for how it all works. In short, there are two main places that are like reflexology pressure "hubs" - the places which are connected to every other part of your body. These are the hands and the feet.
Within each of your hands lies a complete map of the human body. Organs, limbs, common medical complaints, your back, everything. For example, the area connected to your brain is located at the tips of the thumbs on both hands. Your liver, is located only on your right hand, about a third of the way down on the side of the palm. It's all connected. Treat one spot on your hand or foot, and you'll be treating the corresponding part of your body, no matter how far away it is.
Almost everybody's heard of acupuncture, and you're probably now wondering if these two fields are related. They seem pretty similar, right? Well, you're not wrong. Acupuncture too runs on very similar principles, of pressure points that correspond and "link" to various parts of your body. They have the same general idea: that manipulating and massaging these pressure points will lead to instant and long-term relief.
The major difference between acupuncture and reflexology is that while reflexology deals solely with pressure points in the hands and feet, acupuncture uses pressure points located all over the body. Acupuncture uses incredibly fine needles as well - hence the "puncture" part - as opposed to just massaging to stimulate the pressure points. The final difference is that acupuncture has a more definite emphasis on the re-alignment and focusing of one's Qi, or life energy, as a necessary tool for healing. For some people who don't believe in the kind of mystical, spiritual ideas that acupuncture brings, this can definitely be a turn-off!
Once you watch the video, and understand the incredible power of reflexology, your body really is at your command. You will have the power not only to manipulate your aches and pains, but to heal them almost completely. Of course, doing these kinds of things quickly and effectively takes time and practice, but keep trying and you'll soon be a master of your own health.
Being able to heal yourself and manage your pain can be one of the most powerful tools on the planet. Imagine if you don't have to spend hours of your time and tens of thousands of dollars on invasive and often temporary procedures. Imagine waking up sore and feeling miserable, and being able to alter your own destiny and mood each and every day, and making the world a better place for yourself and others around you. Watch this video, and you'll soon see exactly how you can do that.
We mentioned before that acupuncture definitely has more of that spiritual, mystical side to it than reflexology, and that it could be a turn off for some, who are just looking for physical results. However, being an ancient Chinese art, reflexology also does tie in to the whole notion of Qi - it's just not as forceful. But if you want to learn about that too, you can. And being in that frame of mind will definitely help your success with reflexology. Just as a placebo effect can be as powerful as engineered drugs, so does an understanding of Qi - and a control of your emotions - feed directly into your wellbeing.
This isn't the time or the place to get deep into the mystical arts of Qi. We'd need another couple of thousand pages for that. And besides, you're ready to change your life with this insane video. But if you're ready to take the next step, be sure to look it up.
You're About To Feel The Incredible
Now is the time we get to work. Ladies and gentlemen, we present to you the video that will change your perception of medicine forever. One press, for one minute, is all it's going to take to convince you that this is real. One click. Whether you're on the fence or a staunch defender of the scientific method, this will only take minutes of your time. What have you got to lose?
You can improve your life and your health without spending thousands on doctors or navigating the cancer-filled house of horrors that is Dr. Google. You can, quite literally, take your life into your own two hands. Follow the advice of the Chinese, the oldest and longest still-living civilization in the planet's history. They've outlasted us all - maybe it's time to take a leaf out of their book.