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I Agree, Dry Skin Brushing is Great for your Lymph System.
 
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I Agree, Dry Skin Brushing is Great for your Lymph System.


Dear Fightforlife,

Poster 42820 just gave you some excellent
advice. Dry skin brushing is a superb exercise
for your lymph system, skin, and all the organs near the surface of your body. I've
been dry-brushing my body for years, and it's
one of the highlights of my day. My body LOVES
the feel of that brush! I also use a loofa
sponge on my body when I'm showering. I suggest you try that, too. You can buy a
good dry skin brush (with a foot-long handle)
and a loofa sponge for less than $25.00 total.

Brian Clement is the Director of the Hippocrates Health Spa in West Palm Beach,
Florida. It's one of the world's great healing
spas. In his book, Living Foods For Optimum
Health, Brian devotes a page to the benefits
of dry skin brushing. Let me summarize what he
says, and blend in a few quotes:

Brian says that that your skin constantly
breathes and eliminates toxins. "The average
person eliminates about two (2) pounds of
waste through the skin each day. If skin pores
are blocked and can't function fully, the
kidneys, liver, and lymphatic system will have to compensate, and will become overloaded
with toxins."

Brian adds that a dry skin brushing, just before you shower, helps remove toxins from the pores, and stimulates the lymphatic and
circulatory systems.

I also suggest that you talk to your body
while you're brushing. If you live with people
and hesitate to talk to yourself, then do
it mentally. As you brush each section of
your body, tell it how much you love it.
Say a loving hello to all the organs that
are just below your skin. Thank them all for
the wonderful work/play that they do for you.
If one part is hurting, say a shoulder, ask
the other organs to send healing energy to
your hurting shoulder. Brush gentle circles
around your shoulder, and ask it to release
whatever energy blockages are causing you
discomfort.

This may sound airy-fairy, but I've learned,
over the years, that my body thrives on
verbal TLC. Our bodies are like little children. They love to hear how much we love
them, and never get tired of it. Alas. most
people ignore their bodies -- and end up
paying the price for their ignorance.

The first time you talk to your body while
brushing, it may sound crazy. After a month,
it will seem normal. And after 6 months, it
will seem like the Deep Wisdom it is. Trust
me, and give it a try.

Let us know if dry skin brushing seems to
help your lymph problem. I will keep you in
my prayers.

Blessings,

Owen

Http://owen.curezone.com/

 

 
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