The Natural Thyroid Diet
The thyroid gland is located in the throat and lies in front of and on either side of the windpipe and just beneath the larynx (voice box) and is connected just below the Adam's apple. This gland arises from the same tissue and almost from the same spot as the anterior lobe of the pituitary body. It weighs about an ounce. Each lobe of the thyroid is about two inches in length, and from an inch to an inch and a quarter in width. The thyroid gland is highly vascularized and receives many times more blood in proportion to its size. It is noted for its high degree of functional activity. It is heavier in the female than in the male and becomes enlarged during sexual excitement, menstruation, and pregnancy. The thyroid gland's secretion is called thyroxin, which contains iodine. The thyroid is an energy gland and its secretion is the controller of the speed of living. It affects the metabolism of practically all the tissues of the body. The principal function of the hormone is to regulate...
The Yin-tang is the pituitary gland and is called the Tsu Chiao or the Original Cavity of the Spirit by Taoists. In fact, there are many names for it in the Taoist Encyclopedia (Life Palace, Yu Ting, Jade Cauldron, etc.). This point is located between the eyebrows, above the nasal cavity. It is the master endocrine control gland, regulating growth, gonadal function, the adrenals and the thyroid.
Embryologically, the pituitary begins by manifesting as an outgrowth of the mouth cavity. This outgrowth takes the form of a pouch, which gradually extends toward the brain. By the end of the fourth week this protrusion contacts a downgrowth from the brain called the infundibulum. The pouch then develops into the anterior lobe of the pituitary, whereas the infundibulum, representing an outgrowth of the oldest part of the nervous system, develops into the posterior lobe of the gland. There is a space between the walls of the anterior and posterior parts of the gland, which persists throughout life as the cleft of the gland. The pituitary gland is divided into an anterior or front portion, which is composed of glandular tissue and a posterior or back portion, which is composed of nerve-like tissue. The anterior portion produces several hormones which stimulate distant structures such as a growth hormone, a hormone which stimulates the adrenal cortex, a thyroid stimulating hormone and...
The Hsuan-Chi is the energy center of the thyroid and parathyroid glands. Concentrating here will often cause coughing or difficulty in breathing. When the energy pushes up through the throat and enters the mouth some people have been known to cough up dark, sticky mucous. This is considered to be characteristic of the clearing of this energy center and this leads to a free flow of energy from the throat to the tongue. Most people feel more calm and less worried when this energy flows from the navel up to the throat and to the tongue and with no congestion in the chest. They are simply freed of stress in opening the route. It does not mean that they will never have any worries or anxiety but that they will feel more calm and will be able to sit and concentrate more easily.
The Solar Plexus is the connection point for practically all the nerves inside the body. That is why it becomes laden with emotions so easily. When the Solar Plexus jams up and overheats, the liver will overheat when this happens, the heart will also overheat this will in turn affect the thyroid and parathyroid finally the brain will be affected. Cleaning out this center is therefore extremely important. This type of cleaning may be done from the top down (as in the general cleansing session) or aimed at the Solar Plexus directly. Draw the green light, spiral it, flush with the green light, then energize with white and violet light. As before, always allow the energy to stream through both the points fully. The Solar Plexus holds all the emotions. When working on the Solar Plexus, the most important thing to remember is to connect the backside to the universe. There is literally no end to the 'other' end of this connection. Just allow the Chi to come all the way down and slightly pull...
The middle of the anus Chi is connected with the organs as follows the vagina-uterus, the aorta and vena cava, stomach, heart, thyroid and parathyroids, pituitary gland, pineal and top of the head. (Fig. 2.20) Thyroid Glands Thyroid Gland Parathyroid Gland Thymus Gland Thyroid Gland Parathyroid Gland Thymus Gland Thyroid and Parathyroid Fourth Pull Up Thyroid and Parathyroid Glands Thyroid and Parathyroid Glands
After you have learned Iron Shirt Breathing, you can practice sending energy to the abdomen. With this exercise, you will gradually train your mind to direct and increase the Chi pressure at will to the upper middle and lower abdominal areas, or to the left or right kidneys, packing, wrapping and energizing them, to the adrenal glands, the liver, the spleen, the pancreas, the lungs, the heart, the thymus gland, or the thyroid and parathyroid glands. (Fig. 2.13) (In the advanced level, you will learn to direct Chi to other parts of the body as well.)
The Immune system starts with the top part of the Sternum. Touch the top part of the sternum. Project your fingers 'very long' into the bone and feel them penetrate right into the Thymus. Activate the thymus gland. Gradually, feel the fingers rising up to the thyroid and parathyroid. Activate the Thyroid and Parathyroid and Throat Center. Give the command Clear, clean and bright fill with violet light and return to normal function .
Use the Inner Smile to direct the fusion of the left and right brain and central corpus callosum to flow down through the mid brain and low brain stem, smiling down into the throat, dissolving any blockages in the thyroid and parathyroid glands. These control your body metabolism. 30 seconds silent practice.
Move your hands down to your throat center and give the command Thyroid, parathyroid and Thymus glands, listen to the command Clear, clean and bright fill with violet light and return to normal function . Right Lobe of Thyroid Gland Right Lobe of Thyroid Gland Thyroid -Larynx Left Lobe of Thyroid glan Thyroid -Larynx Left Lobe of Thyroid glan Thyroid Gland Trachea Thyroid Gland Trachea Thyroid, parathyroid and thymus glands - listen clear, clean and bright fill with violet light and return to normal function .
The middle part connects to the organs in front part of the abdominal area. For women the vagina-uterus, for men the prostate gland. It also connects to the aorta and vena cava, stomach, heart, thyroid and parathyroid, pituitary gland, pineal gland and the top of the head, the center channel. Thyroid Gland Pituitary Gland -FW Tongue Thyroid Glands Thyroid Gland ' Thymus Gland Thyroid and Thyroid and Parathyroid Gland
The Immune System starts with the top part of the sternum. Touch the top part of the sternum. Project your fingers 'very long' into the bone and feel them penetrate right into the thymus. Activate the thymus gland. Gradually, feel the fingers rising up to the thyroid and parathyroid. Activate the thyroid and parathyroid and throat center. Give the command, Clear .clean and bright fill with violet light and return to normal function . Trachea -Thyroid Gland Fig. 4.76 Touch the Top of the Sternum & activate the Thymus, Thyroid and Parathyroid Glands.
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