What afternoon routine exercises do I need to do to remain healthy?

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There is no set routine of exercises you need to do to remain healthy. Make sure you do something for an hour every day for your heart, and every other day for your muscles. For your heart, walking is great as a start. You can also incorporate resistance training by adding lunges and push-ups. As an example, if you work, take a 10 minute break, and rather than grab a bite from the vending machine, go for a walk around the building! Taking a walk every afternoon will add up over time.

Master Stephen Co
Alternative & Complementary Medicine

Here are afternoon routine exercises:

  • Midday energy boost: three sets of ten pranic breaths, followed by the first two Mentalphysics breathing exercises (Balancing Breathing and Rapid Turtle Breathing)
  • Specific remedies, as needed
  • Cut cords, as needed

Practice or apply as needed:

  • Hand sensitivity
  • Scanning, sweeping, energizing practice
  • Direct clearing techniques
  • Special techniques (for example, work/house cleansing, closing and strengthening aura)
  • Specific healing remedies
  • Dietary recommendations
  • Physical exercise
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