Self-Help Foot Reflexology

Neural exercise made simple with a golfball

We all employ self-help Reflexology every day without realizing it. Each time we comb or brush our hair, brush our teeth or tongue, scratch an itch, walk bare footed on the beach or sand, clap or wring our hands, tap our finger tips, or have intercourse with our spouse … we are stimulating reflexes that keep the negative DC electrical system of the body open and functioning at optimum levels.

An additional self-help reflex exercise that will assure adequate discharge of the negative DC of regeneration from the brain into any dysfunctional areas of the body is to take a golfball and stand on it so as to create pressure on the plantar aspect (bottom) of the foot anterior (behind) of the 2nd and 3rd metatarsal/phalanges joints (center of the foot just behind the big pad).

The reason stimulation of this point (called the K-1 or Kidney Meridian origin point) will electrically charge the whole body is that when this meridian is totally filled with the inflow of the DC of regeneration caused by the stimulus … it will overflow into the next and the next and the next meridian … until all 24 meridians have been fully charged.

This DC of regeneration and repair is necessary in order for health to be maintained and healing to occur in the animal body. So get a golfball and stand on it 3 or 4 times a day. Step firmly on the ball (don’t roll it around). Add this new form of reflex stimulus to your daily activities. You will be glad you did.

Submitted by:
Zachary Brinkerhoff, DR, www.reflexologyinstitute.com