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  • This being on Youtube is a little bit more delicate, subject matter, but I

  • feel it's important and the crew here feels it's important enough to mention

  • in that this is very important, for women particularly and

  • breast care because there's so much breast cancer going around. I have

  • certain ideas about that, but there is a way to drain the breasts and keep the breasts

  • draining well, which is very helpful. I've had an experience, more than once of

  • nodes... there's a node on

  • one side of the

  • rib cage here that the breast drains into, which has oftentimes been

  • very full and hard.

  • Women get a little upset by this. Often times these are women who wear

  • under wire brassieres. Those are irritating to the nodes over there.

  • What has happened in the case of these women that have had that occurrence is I've

  • drained their breasts and the node has gone down and there was no more

  • fear of anything going on.

  • I don't know why there's so much breast cancer.

  • I have my suspicions that possibly the prevention

  • ...

  • what they say we should do to prevent it because we are being radiated

  • at that time is probably encouraging

  • dysfunctional cells.

  • That's my opinion.

  • But anyway, to get back to this, we

  • have gone through opening up here at the clavical, the clavicular node

  • area

  • and then you will also open up again through the

  • axillary.

  • So you can work the breast either with a

  • cover, which were gonna do

  • or you can work it without.

  • If you are doing this professionally you wanna make sure you get permission from the

  • person that you're working on to handle this part of the body.

  • So i'm going to

  • be over on this side and I'm going to be working the opposite side. Normally I'm standing

  • on the same side.

  • So, I'm pumping the node, right on the side of the body.

  • Right on the side

  • below the breast.

  • I'm draining it up into that axillary area.

  • Then you wanna take it and just very carefully move around

  • like so.

  • And pull it down this way

  • and drain

  • and then again here.

  • now sometimes you're gonna find

  • women have had breast implants.

  • Those can still be drained but you must be very very careful

  • and then draining this direction.

  • You can take your hand and cup around.

  • This you do not do with implants!

  • Just moving it back and forth just a little bit

  • and then

  • taking it and draining it in different directions. This is what I do. There's more to this

  • protocol, but this is a pretty good way of just getting it drained and doing what we

  • need to do.

  • And then the same thing on this side

  • pumping it up

  • to the axillary.

  • I think this is important for breast health.

  • And then you can go

  • around

  • and then the other way.

  • And then just a little

  • rotation.

  • Then drain some more.

  • And up under

  • and that's about all you have to do and that will create

  • the flow through those delicate nodes and in that delicate tissue and it will keep it cleared out and

  • hopefully prevent

  • things from happening.

  • This is Athena Jezik! Thank you!

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