Self Help Haptics for Flu/Immune System
C. Mason, CMT, Ph.D.
Source: Critical Labels Workshop with Jill Holden, San Francisco, CA.


There are 2 recipes Self Help recipes for flu/immune system.  Try them both.  Do them
as much as you need.  If you are new to haptics or acupressure, you might want to read the 
General Directions


THE PERSONAL ANTIBIOTIC


Step 1   Left hand: hang your hand over crook of the left neck/shoulder
             this is at the back of the neck muslces that is also the top of the left shoulder - feel free to massage
             or explore this area before you settle into a nice position

             Right Hand:  Thumb over  index(2 min), middle (2min) ring(2min), little(2min)

Step 2   Left Hand:   same as Step 1
             Right Hand:   Right hand moves to right breast midway between the nipple and collarbone, and midway
             between the breast bone and outer chest  

Then    do the same thing on the other side

Step 3  Right hand: hang your hand over crook of the right neck/shoulder
             this is at the back of the neck muslces that is also the top of the right shoulder - feel free to massage
             or explore this area before you settle into a nice position

            Left Hand:  Thumb over  index(2 min), middle (2min) ring(2min), little(2min)

Step 4   Right Hand:   same as Step 3
             Left Hand:   Left hand moves to left breast midway between the nipple and collarbone, and midway
             between the breast bone and arm pit



LYMPH MASTER
  (although this involves holding only left side, works on both)

Step 1 Right hand: hang your hand over crook of the right neck/shoulder
             this is at the back of the neck muslces that is also the top of the right shoulder - feel free to massage
             or explore this area before you settle into a nice position  RH   L11/3 

             Left hand: goes to the left small of back, over the kidney area, above waist and on rib cage


Step 2   Right Hand:  same as step 1
             Left Hand:  Left hand contacts the left hip crease, where the leg meets the torso, just beside or on the pubic bone 

Step 3   Right Hand: Left inside ankle, behind the ankle bone, near the achilles tendon
            Left Hand:   Same as in step 2