Feel Better From The Inside Out: Thump Your Thymus

Thuthymus thumpmping the middle of your chest can help bring up your life energy. 

It’s a simple but very effective energy technique that involves tapping, thumping or scratching on the thymus point.

The word thymus comes from the Greek word ‘thymos’ which means “life energy.” The thymus gland lies just beneath the upper part of the breastbone in the middle of the chest. 

Its role is in keeping your own life energy vibrating in high frequency. 

When the thymus gland is in harmony it can increase your strength and vitality. 

Dr. John Diamond, author of “Life Energy” maintains the thymus gland monitors and regulates the body’s energy flow. Therefore when there is an imbalance in energy flow, the Thymus Thump can help correct it.

When there is an emotional or physical disturbance inside us our thymus gland can shrink or become depleted of this vital life energy. The thymus gland is said to be linked between the mind and the body.

How to do it:

You can thump in the middle of your chest with your fist (think Tarzan) on the point shown above. Or, you may want to rub softly or firmly or scratch with four fingers of your hand.

Do this for about 20 seconds and breathe deeply in and out. You can also add an affirmation such as “all is well in my world.” 

You may know when you have activated the thymus gland as you will feel a little tingling or a subtle feeling of ‘joy’ or ‘happiness.’ 

Another variation is to do three thumps at a time but emphasize the first thump more firmly. For some people it may take a little time before you ‘feel’ anything. Persevere and you will get it.

Do it everyday.

If you suffer from anxiety, panic attacks or stress thump your thymus several times a day. This will allow your life energy to come alive.

Try to make it a regular practice – it’s easy to do.

I end my shower every morning with the water is still on me with about 7-10 three beat (da-da-da) thymus thumps.

So what’s up the thymus?  

The thymus is your immune system’s surveillance gland. 

This gland produces and “educates” T-lymphocytes (T cells), also known as “killer cells”, which are critical cells of the adaptive immune system.  

As modern allopathic medicine attempts to overtake the responsibilities of a healthy immune system, the system stagnates and atrophies, becoming even less able to fulfill its responsibilities. 

But even in an atrophied thymus gland, the production of T cells continues throughout adult life. 

Use the thymus thump as a means to reinstate the singularly important position of our thymus gland: to keep it active and bolster our immune system.

Thumping your thymus will:

Now, go THUMP!

 (thank you to Glenn and Rosiland DuPont for the above information.)

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