Is there a gland of happiness?

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Have you ever wondered what the happiness gland is? It turns out that there is a gland that is associated with this state, and that is found very close to our heart, this gland is the thymus.

The thymus is the central organ of our immune system. Its name comes from the Greek word "thymos", which means"life energy". It is highly developed in newborns and children, therefore it is also called the childhood gland. But with the process of growth and development of the organism, especially after puberty, the thymus involutes and turns into body fat. He is the first organ to age.

Where is the thymus located?

We can very easily find the organ of happiness, it is located two fingers below the hollow at the base of the neck, just above the sternum. Located very close to the heart, it is responsible for producing white blood cells, which have an essential role in supporting the immune system, and is also in direct connection with the heart, lungs, circulation and vagus nerve.

On an emotional level, the thymus influences our ability to forgive, to empathize and how we perceive love, the way we receive it or give it.

From a subtle point of view, this gland overlaps with the heart chakra – the Anahata Chakra with its 12 lotus petals., and is the place through which important energy meridians pass.

When there is an imbalance in the thymus it is reflected in our attitude in the form of non-acceptance, lack of self-confidence, low self-esteem, difficult to control emotions, jealousy, possessiveness, decreased ability to manifest love and a permanent state of discomfort in relationships.

Instead, when the thymus works harmoniously, the heart chakra automatically balances, and we become aware of what we represent, who we really are, we can feel divine love and we can receive and offer unconditional love. We become capable of forgiveness, acceptance, inner healing, dedication and trust in ourselves and in our powers, without creating conflict situations, being in harmony with our deep self and living in the present.

How can we activate our organ of happiness?

We can stimulate this organ by a light massage. The thymus preserves the energy in the body, and the role of this massage is to intensify the vibration of energy. When imbalances occur at the energy level, when we feel devitalized, we can easily recover by massaging it.

Apart from the massage there is another way of stimulating the thymus, by a light punching, in the region of the gland, for several minutes. We will aim to execute successions of three beats with breaks between them, and during this stimulation we will relate to a stenico, optimistic state and we will have positive thoughts that will produce us pleasure.

When we activate our organ of happiness, we can feel slight tingling throughout the body, or we can become aware of a state of well-being, of complete happiness. Through a constant practice of these exercises or by performing some asanas from yoga that stimulate the Anahata force center, corresponding to the thymus, such as Bhujangasana (Cobra posture) or Matsyasana (Fish posture) we will more easily feel the state of love and enjoy a full emotional balance.


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