Monday 27 October, 2014

Acupressure for Boosting the Immune System

The fall is the season of the lungs and the colon and the colon has to do with letting go of the past. Fall is the season to begin to go inside of yourself and reflect on what is important in your life. What you need to ask yourself is what you are holding on to in your life. It could be clutter from old feelings of resentment or issues of our father. The diseases of the colon relate to cancer of the colon, neck problems, sinus problems and constipation, headaches, and shoulder problems

The colon pathway starts on the index finger and goes up the arm over the shoulder through the neck and ends by the sinuses. A great point to work on is in the web of the hand on the top of the hand. This point is called the great eliminator or joining of the valley. When you massage or hold this point it helps to relieve headaches, and it is great point to hold as you as you reflect on what or whom you want to eliminate in your life.

We are entering a new frequency on the planet so breath deeply and use the affirmation I choose to let go of the past as I move into a new world full of love and harmony.

As we move into a new world reflect on family and self love and inner joy.

The partner of the colon is the lungs and the lungs has to do with protecting your immune system. It is called the wei energy or protective energy. It starts under your collar bone and goes down the inside of the arm and ends on your thumb.

An important point is Lung 10 Fish Border it is located on the palmar surface of the thumb on the high point of the mound.

This point brings warmth to the heavenly father within you . In the early days the fish represented god. This point helps to bring warmth within you. This point helps to bring Christ Consciousness into your life.

If the lung is cold there may be arthritis, asthma, bronchitis, skin that is flaky and cold. As you hold this point the affirmation is I bring warmth to my core as I let go of the past with joy.

With so much stress in the world it is important to go within and learn to love and appreciate your self.

Victoria Mogilner
Total Rejuvenation Center
6830 E. Thomas Rd. Suite 230
Scottsdale, AZ 85251

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Thursday 02 October, 2014

Short Circuit Your Stress Reactions

Short Circuit Your Stress Reactions

It is important for you to realize you are in charge of your life and your thoughts. Thoughts are energy forms which, if reinforced for just 16 seconds, begin to manifest. Those energies then impact emotions and eventually actions. The world is generating a great deal of stress right now for everyone. If you find yourself having thoughts of fear, anger, self-judgment, or other negative thoughts, it would be in your best interest to short circuit the thought. If done quickly enough, the energy is not generated and therefore does not impact yourself or others.

Almost every professional that deals with stress in their practice will tell you about how quickly a thought begins to impact the body.

Research is now providing overwhelming evidence that during times of stress or strong emotions, our brain becomes flooded with chemicals, one being adrenaline and another norepinephrine. To say nothing of decreased oxygen supply. These chemicals can short-circuit and influence parts of the brain affecting our judgment, logic and reasoning. Certain parts of the brain can even be reduced in size and less biochemically functional. If the thoughts are dismissed quickly enough they do not manifest the undesired effects on the body.

Some popular “short circuiting” methods are saying out loud “cancel/clear”, take 10 quick breaths to increase your oxygen and say reassuring statements……everything is good, I am calm or whatever soothes you or will distract you from the original thought that was undesirable.

 
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Saturday 26 July, 2014

Acpuncture Relates to the Seasons

Acupuncture relates to the seasons and finding the original cause of the problem. We are now in the heat of the summer and the organs of the summer are the heart, heart constrictor small intestine and triple heater.

Today we will focus on the heart for the Heart is the supreme controller and has to do with being the commander of the ship. The emotion is joy or lack of joy.

This is a time for loving ourselves and learning to open our hearts to self love and nourishment. It is important to spend an hour a day focusing on self love and doing something loving for yourself and someone else.

Remember you can not love another until you learn to love and nurture yourself. This can be spending quiet time along and reflecting what gives you joy and being willing to follow your dreams.

As you look at the world in chaos this reflects our own chaos and being willing to let go of the past.

The emotion for the heart and small intestine is joy and it is important to give yourself an hour of joy a day.

This can reflect in enjoying nature, listening to music, resting and being good to yourself.

As you give to yourself and fill yourself with joy this will reflect in your business, personal life and be a gift to all of the people in your life.

Look at your relationships, friendships and learn to spend quality time with the people you love.

As you spend quality time with your self you will blossom in your life.

 
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Friday 20 June, 2014

Acupuncturist claims non-surgical way to look young

Kate Nolan
The Arizona Republic

Facial Rejuvenation with AcupunctureIn Scottsdale’s war on aging skin, the battle  lines are drawn.
Among the area’s shriveling masses, many have turned to expensive plastic surgery, often not covered by health insurance. Others redecorate with products slathered on by spa workers or makeup artists, the cosmetology version of cinematography.

But wait, there’s a third way, and it may only cost the price of a book, $14.95.

Scottsdale acupuncturist Victoria Mogilner encourages her patients to pursue a do-it-yourself approach to youth and well-being.

It doesn’t involve needles, the mainstay of the 2,000-year-old Chinese therapy Mogilner practices.

It’s about acupressure. Instead of needles, light pressure is applied along the body’s meridians, 12 channels corresponding to main organs.

Mogilner’s book, Ancient Secrets of Facial Rejuvenation, reveals points on the face and body that influence beauty “from the inside out.” In the book, she combines acupressure with herbal treatments, affirmations and nutritional tips to provide what she calls “a facelift without surgery.”

“Every meridian begins on the face, and as you touch them, you reprogram the emotions as well as your health,” she said.

In office visits at her Old Town Scottsdale acupuncture clinic, she employs herbal masks, microcurrent light therapies, Chinese massage techniques and a “new reality machine” that uses headphones and tapes for “creative visualization.”

She wrote the book so her clients could continue treatment at home, but says it can be used alone.

Mogilner, began her therapeutic study at Esalen Institute, the Big Sur, Calif., retreat. She became a psychologist and later studied acupuncture in England and China, and also trained as an aesthetician.

She sees no reason why the average citizen shouldn’t be able to knock out a bad mood and tighten the skin with a gentle push to the forehead or a soft poke on the chin.

She said part of youthful aging is talking to yourself; your cells listen.

“I try to give the tools you can use at home. It’s critical that we become empowered,” she said.

A visit to the acupuncturist for a non-surgical facelift can cost from $95 to $125. But if you get it out of her book for $15, she’s OK with that.

“I tell people to create a sacred space, a few minutes for yourself. They’ll look better.”

Click here to purchase • Ancient Secrets of Facial Rejuvenation, by Victoria J. Mogilner.

• The book is also available at most bookstores, www.amazon.com and at the author’s          clinic, Scottsdale. 480-560-1454
• More information: www.victoriamogilner.com

 

 

 
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Monday 26 May, 2014

Summer Teas

Summer Teas for RejuvenationPeppermint and comfrey teas are excellent cooling teas for this hot time of the year. They are available at natural food stores.

Hawthorn berry tea strengthens the heart. Add 2 ounces of hawthorn berries to 1 quart of bpoiling water, reduce heat, and steep for 10 minutes. Drink a cup of this of this tea once or twice a day.

 
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Thursday 21 June, 2012

Ear Acupuncture

Ear acupuncture can be a very effective method for relieving acute pains and chronically stiff joints, sometimes these have been cured within minutes. For some problems it can be more effective than body acupuncture. Ear acupuncture is easy and safe for self-treatment and in healing groups. Organ diseases and glandular disturbances may respond less dramatically, but ear needling will always be very helpful as a supportive method with other forms of treatment.

Ear Reflexes

Each ear contains a complete reflex map of the body

Ear acupuncture points

 
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Friday 11 May, 2012

Sedona Retreats

Victoria Mogilner conducts retreats in the beautiful foothills of Sedona. Be sure to visit the retreat section of our website for more details.

 
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Friday 09 September, 2011

Facial Tool for Self-Care

I am so excited to be able to bring you a new facial rejuvenation tool and training video. facial rejuvenation

The new kit includes the tool and the training video with step by step instruction on how you can maintain your facial rejuvenation process.

 

 
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Sunday 28 August, 2011

Liver Spots

Liver SpotsIf you have brown spots on your skin, called liver spots, blend one papaya (chopped into pieces) with the juice of one lemon and one tablespoon of raw honey. Rub the mixture on your skin and leave it for five minutes. Rinse and dry your skin gently.

If you like these tips , I have many more in my book “Ancient Secrets of Facial Rejuvenation” More about the BOOK.

 
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Tuesday 23 August, 2011

Facial Points

Acupressure Facial points used for the facelift covered in Ancient Secrets of Facial  Rejuvenation, facilitates transformation. It opens doorways to new ideas, new methods of self expression, and a deeper, more nurturing relationship with yourself. You will come to understand that beauty is only skin deep and will gain tools to go deeper into yourself to bring your life into balance and relieve stress.

 
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