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Seeking Authenticity: Daily Energy Tune-up

This lesson is a part of an audio course Seeking Authenticity by Stephen Paul King

There are four other reversal correction points that I recommend be used daily and for pre-competition or performance of any kind;

  1. The adrenal massage. The adrenal gland is a vital organ situated on top of the upper end of each kidney. It is made up of two parts, the inner portion (medulla) and the outer portion (cortex), which perform different functions. The adrenal medulla secretes the hormone epinephrine (adrenaline) as a response to the stimulation of the sympathetic nervous system in times of stress and the medulla also secretes the hormone norepinephrine, which plays a role in maintaining normal blood circulation. The adrenal cortex secretes about 30 steroid hormones including aldosterone, which regulates the body’s salt and water balance, and cortisone and hydrocortisone which regulate fat, carbohydrate, and protein metabolism.
  2. The tender spot near the heart – clockwise rub (Neurolymphatic Reflex point).
  3. Tapping under the nose (the “Peak Performance” point + under the bottom lip – these are the endpoints of the Conception and Governing vessels.
  4. Tapping the side of the hand (karate chop point).

It should be noted that doing this energy regimen on a daily basis will take only two or three minutes and has no cost attached to it except the time – but the potential payoff can be the optimal experience of the palace of possibilities.

Most people carry with them some form of miasm or pre-disposition to a certain ailment, such as the chickenpox virus, which, if it gets “expressed”, can manifest as a painful case of shingles. However, we do have the ability to create much healthier forms of cellular memory by means of visualization, training, and racing experience that we can specifically gear towards expression at the peak time in order to experience and be rewarded with the desired athletic goal. Visualization is now an accepted and validated tool of sports psychology (remember that the body does not know the difference between what is real and what is imagined) and the whole system will start to respond well as it gains a comfort level “knowing” that it has been in the imagined scenario many times before.

As we continue to install and reinforce our desired memory cell images and feelings, then the whole person begins to experience and enjoy a “flow” state, whether one is performing or in competition. Performance anxiety is one of the main obstacles to those “white light” moments and that is why I incorporate energy techniques such as TAT, EFT, and TFT for quicker and more complete installation of the goal-oriented visualization and cellular memory. I also highly recommend that these energy-medicine based techniques be used to improve and increase the physical energy levels and organ efficiency (for more details on how that can be done, I would suggest reading that section in my book Rapid Recovery: Accelerated Information Processing and Healing)

Success will be more likely to come if one has an expectation of success. Therefore, by changing one’s goals to that of performance process rather than only on the outcome, the event will be a fully present one with constant access to one’s “inner coach”, and the body/mind/spirit will have shifted from an anticipatory anxiety-based to an excitement-based experience.

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Stephen Paul King

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