As soon as I finished breathing into my “W Pose” this morning, I sat down and began to write three lines of this amazing Letter: “Ww,” with the soft cup-shapes at the baseline---not angles. Why the Letter Ww? Because it’s the Letter of the teacher---and, as you may already know, each letter has an inner voice that supports the quality it represents, in the person who writes it. I make it a point to write three lines of this Ww every Thursday because Thursday is the day of Jupiter---the planet who enhances the ability to convey Truth---not viewpoints, not opinions---but Truth---that which helps to heal our beloved world. Since today is Thursday, I’d like to share the W Pose with you. As one who has used it for over 20 years I can say, "It works!"
Stressed? Sitting too long? Little time for exercise? Muscles aching? Worries straining your mind? Well, guess what! Enjoy the release of these negatives with the application of a physical version of one of the Letters of the Alphabet! -- “The W Pose!” As you breathe into it, you will experience muscles releasing as never before, and exhaustion replaced with energy!
The W Pose.....
Remove your shoes -- socks are okay but nothing else on your feet; your feet need to touch the floor. Find a wall (a door works well)
@ Put your back against the wall
@ Heels touching the wall
@ Head touching the wall
@ Arms horizontal, bent at the elbows, touching the wall.
@ Your shoulders, head, and arms are forming a modified Letter W~ They must all touch the wall.
@ Inhale deeply--to the slow count of 10
@ Hold your breath for that same slow count of 10
@ Exhale slowly and fully
@ Stay still for at least one minute before you repeat the exercise—as many time as you'd like.
@ THEN resume your regular activities.
IF YOU CARE TO---REPEAT THIS EXCERCISE EVERY FEW HOURS:
@ It realigns and relaxes the body, mind, & soul and reduces the overly active brain activity called "stress."
Because I was born with a double curvature of the spine, years ago my chiropractor gave me this exercise to alleviate the pain I often felt. Because of the positioning of the arms in relation to the upper body, I laughed and called it “The W Pose.” Then HE laughed and replied, “My dad calls it the crucifixion pose!” After you do it even one time, you may invent your own name for it. From the voice of experience, I say, ”This is a miracle pose!” Give it a go---All you will lose is stress!