What are Emotional Stress Release Points


Where are Emotional Stress Release Points?

The ESR's (emotional stress release points) are located above the eyebrows, in the middle of the forehead, aligned with the pupil of the eyes. They are the neuro-vascular holding points for the stomach meridian and are activated with a light touch. These holding points release pent up emotional energy that is keyed up by stress and circumstances. Since the emotional body is connected to the physical body through the stomach meridian, these holding points serve as a valve to release pressure.

When we feel overwhelmed or emotional, we naturally put a hand to our forehead and hold it there. This is purposeful and can be very healing and releasing.

If there is a trauma, shock or upset with someone you know, and they clearly can't stop talking about it, hold these two points for them and ask them to repeat their story from the beginning.

When they get to the end, ask for the story again, only in finer detain such as adding colors and smells. When they finish, ask them to repeat the story again. Usually by the third visit, the individual has an emotional breakthrough in the way of crying, sighing, yelling etc., let them experience it.

Ask for the story one more time and you will notice that they can tell it calm and without much emotion.

Using the ESR's for daily upsets help to keep your energies moving and your perspective balanced. It is a simple solution to keep you calm and clear.

Written by Heather Grace – Holistic Nutritionist and Energy Worker

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