by Dr. Lawrence Wilson

© March 2023, LD Wilson Consultants, Inc.

All information in this article is for educational purposes only.  It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.

A simple, yet very powerful healing procedure is to pull, squeeze, rub, twist, or massage the ears. We are still researching this procedure and will update this article as we learn more.
- The ear has a reflex system, the same as the feet or the hands. The general arrangement of the reflexes is the top of the ear corresponds or reflexes to the head. The bottom of the ear lobe reflexes to the lower body.
- In some ways, the ear lobes are part of the brain. Rubbing or pressing on the ear lobes directly influences the brain.
General procedure 1. Get in a comfortable position sitting or lying down. You can give yourself a session or another can help you.
2. You can work on both ears at the same time for a general tune-up or other sessions may require doing one ear at a time.
3. Rub, press or squeeze firmly but do not hurt yourself.
4. Sessions usually last about 2 minutes.
The motions? One can:
- Squeeze an area of the earlobe between two fingers.
- Pull an area up and down, in and out, back and forth.
- Twist an area forward or back, to the left or to the right.
- Fllck or slap an area.
- Other massage methods such as rubbing the ears.
- Use a massage tool. Be careful and never use something that might go deep into the ear.
- Shine a red heat lamp on the ear lobe.
- Expose the ears to the sun.
- Run water on the ears in the shower. The water could be warm or cold. Colder will usually be more powerful.
Who is it for? The ear procedure is good for everyone, including babies and children. It is also excellent for animals such as dogs and cats. They will love it.
You can do sessions on yourself or another person can assist you.
How often can one do a session? After a session, we suggest waiting at least two hours before doing another session.
1. A general tune-up. This means to press or squeeze all over the ears without focusing on any one area. We believe this would be wonderful for everyone every day. You can do it when you wake up in the morning before getting up, or any time during the day.
2. A search-and-balance session. In this type of session, one slowly and very deliberately squeezes or presses on each part of one ear, feeling for tender spots.
Start at the top of one ear lobe. Do both the front and back of the earlobe.
When you find a tender spot, you stay there and press, rub or squeeze it more and often the pain or tenderness will diminish. When you are finished with one ear, do the same for the other ear.
3. Spot therapy. This means to focus the session on one area of the ear that corresponds to an area of the body such as the liver or the brain.
For this, we suggest the following protocol: First rub or squeeze the area you are interested in healing such as the liver for about 30 seconds. Then squeeze the entire ear for about 20 seconds. Then focus again on one area, if you wish.
4. Mental/emotional therapy. I am told that there are points on the ears for various mental and emotional imbalances. This is a research area, but you might look for them.
These include any condition having to do with the brain or ears. Also, it is excellent as a general tune up.
It can also be used with any type of symptom anywhere in the body such as pain, inflammation, infection, and for retracing during the development program.
It can be used for chronic or acute conditions.
We have less experience using it for emotional and mental symptoms, but it may work very well there, as well. These include anxiety, depression, anger or other emotional symptoms.
So far, ear therapy is very safe provided you follow certain rules:
- Sessions should last only up to 2 minutes.
- Do not do a session more than once every two hours. There may be exceptions to this rule for some health emergencies, but we are not sure at this time.
- Do not pull, twist, rub or squeeze so hard that you injure the ears.
- Be careful not to put sticks or other objects deep into the ear. Only work with the ear lobe.
What you will feel. As with any reflexology therapy, you may feel some pain in certain spots on the ears. This is normal. As a general rule, any area that is tender needs more therapy.
Ear reflexology websites. A number of websites discuss ear reflexology. Some contain old acupuncture charts and others have different maps of ear reflex points.
Warning. We are still researching this, but we believe some of these websites are incorrect. For example, one website says that the bottom of the ear lobe corresponds to the head and the top of the ear corresponds to the feet. We are not sure about this. So at this time, we will not recommend any other websites.

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