Can You Massage Yourself to Longevity? Yes, You Can and Here Is How…
Zu San Li – The Point of longevity: Here’s What Will Happen If You Massage It
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Massaging certain points on the body is an old Eastern treatment, and people have practiced for thousands of years. Our body has 365 points and 12 major meridians, which as you can see are the exact numbers of the days and months in a year.
These points can be treated with acupressure, a finger pressure on certain points, based on the teaching about meridians and channels connected to corresponding organs in the body. In Chinese medicine human body is considered as an energy system, and massaging its points affects the flow of energy and the function of each organ.
Stimulate the Zu San Li point to heal and rejuvenate your body, and prevent aging. For Chinese, it is “the point of longevity,” and Japanese call it “the point of a hundred diseases.”
According to an old Japanese legend, a man was lucky enough to get a priceless knowledge from his father. His father taught him of The Longevity Point.
Following the instructions of his father, the young man massaged this point regularly and lived long enough to see the birth and death of several emperors.
Where is the magical Zu San Li point located on our body?
Zu San Li is located below the kneecap. Put your hand on your knee (right hand on right knee, left hand on left knee). The point is located between the ends of your ring finger and the pinky, between the bones.
There is another way to locate it. Sit on the floor, strongly press your feet on the ground in from of you. Do not raise the heels from the floor. Check the area below your knee that is slightly higher. Locate its highest point, and READ MORE at: http://www.healthcareaboveall.com/zu-san-li-the-point-of-longevity-heres-what-will-happen-if-you-massage-it/