by Dr. Lawrence Wilson
© October 2019, LD Wilson Consultants, Inc.
This is a rather simple procedure that moves a lot of subtle energy through the body from the head to the feet. It is an excellent way to speed up development!
The exercise is called the fish because the subtle movement of your spine resembles that of a fish swimming through the water.
Lie down comfortably on your back on a bed, couch or massage table. Do not have a pillow under your head. Put your hands at your sides.
Imagine that someone is pulling your left hand about two or three inches directly downward toward your feet. The effect is to pull your left shoulder downward a little toward your feet. Also, your head will tilt a little to the left and your spine will bend a little toward the left. It should not bend a lot.
Now imagine that the person pulling your hand lets go of the left hand and instead pulls your right hand downward two or three inches directly toward your feet. The effect is that the left shoulder moves upward a little and the right shoulder moves downward toward your feet a little. Also, your head will now tilt a little to the right and your spine will bend a little to the right.
Now imagine that the person pulling your hand lets go of the right hand and pulls on the left hand again. This is all there is to the procedure. Alternate moving the shoulder and spine to the left and right in this way, at a rate of about one complete cycle per second.
To enhance the exercise, imagine moving subtle energy downward the whole time you are doing the procedure.
HOW MUCH AND HOW OFTEN?
We suggest working up to a count of 100 cycles or even up to 300 or 500 cycles. It only takes a few minutes and it moves a lot of subtle energy downward through the body.
As far as we know, one cannot overdo the procedure.