Move the Blood

Hold a thermometer in one hand. A digital thermometer, where the sensor is located in the end of a cord, is best.
Imagine that you (or just your hand) are situated in a comfortable, warm place.
With practice you will be able to raise the temperature in your hand. The images you create in your brain directly affect the blood vessels in your hand and make them widen.
A wound can heal twice as fast when you use your mind to move more warm blood to the wound. Try it yourself if you get a wound.

  • Try to move more warm blood up your nose if you have a cold.
  • If you have a pain somewhere, you can also reduce the pain by moving warmth to the place – or the opposite, namely cold. Try it out and discover what works best for you.
  • If you burn yourself it will help if you imagine it to be cold.