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VIDEO: Sixty Seconds in Mt. Shasta, CA to Stay Warm in the Winter

This Culturs TV Wednesday Energy Medicine Minute comes from Mt. Shasta, California, where Culturs.guru experts Titanya Dahlin and Dondi Dahlin demonstrate an Energy Medicine technique designed to help you stay warm and alert during the winter months. This simple technique is something you already may be aware of instinctually!

Meridians are energy pathways on the skin, and when we activate them by massaging or tracing, we move vital energy through them. Rubbing Triple Warmer meridian with vigor means you are now activating it, which then causes a temperature change in the body (hence the name, “Triple Warmer”).

This exercise not only invites Triple Warmer to help you stay warm; it also helps to keep you alert. Think of how our ancestors would need to stay both vigilant and warm during the cold winter months. Here is an exercise they most likely did too!

Take your hands, cross them and place them on the outsides of each arm. Begin to rub them up and down vigorously. Do this for a few minutes when you are feeling the need to generate warmth in your body. You can use this technique anywhere—perhaps even after you step out of a cool shower or a pool.

Titanya, Dondi and their mother, Donna Eden, are Culturs.guru experts who perform Energy Minutes all around the world to bring health and healing to Culturs TV audience. Please note the Eden Energy Medicine disclaimer by clicking here.

By: Samantha Malpiedi

Samantha Malpiedi is a columnist for Culturs and is especially interested in current issues around the world that affect people and the way they make their livelihoods. Her cultural awareness education began at age fifteen when she traveled to five different countries including parts of Europe, Mexico and Kenya and ended in her time spent living in Chile at age 21. From these experiences she developed her love for travel and the appreciation for culture. As a duo-language speaker, she thrives in environments where communication spans cultures. Never complacent to stay in one place, her articles will interest anyone that might resonate with a restless nomad, hungry for a taste of travel.