The appendix is misunderstood and underappreciated. It is an organ that baffles doctors and scientists, so they have dismissed its usefulness. In the last few years, some have begun to question science’s indifference to the appendix. A slow appreciation is beginning to take place. That’s good for us.
The appendix is an organ that initiates and monitors healing throughout the body. It works with glands to provide appropriate healing responses. It also handles end-of-life activities and responses. The appendix is a lifelong participant in the body’s daily work to maintain health.
Removal of the appendix affects healing responses. Some of the appendix’s work is absorbed by other bodily functioning, but not all. The lack of an appendix requires exertion by other organs, glands, and flows.
Keeping the appendix strong and flexible aids the body’s healing abilities. Here are blog posts to read:
Here is one more appendix flexibility exercise:
- Sit on a chair and press the bottoms of your feet together.
- Place your hands on your abdomen.
- Breathe deeply to and from your abdomen, and while you breathe extend your chest upwards.
- Aim to lift your chest as high as possible without straining your back and maintain a relaxed facial expression.
- Place your feet flat on the floor and keep breathing to your abdomen and lifting your chest.
- Slowly twist your upper body from side to side while breathing deeply and lifting your chest.
- While slowly twisting, inhale more deeply (the exhales can be deep or not).
- After a few of these twists, lower your chest to its normal position and breathe normally.
- Place your hands on your knees and pull your abdomen in and hold it there while breathing normally.
- When you feel that your abdomen is ready to relax, take your hands off your knees.
Note: This information has been spiritually received.