3. To balance the glandular system (must be done in conjunction with exercises 1 & 2):
Touch your thumbs to the mound below your sun finger (ring finger) and close your other fingers around them to form a fist. Lean back as in exercise 1. Stretch your arms out to the sides and begin quickly revolving your arms backward in small circles, keeping your elbows straight but not locked. Continue to make the backward circles as you raise and lower both arms at the same time. There should be pressure between your shoulder blades. 7 minutes.
4. To loosen up your spine and to balance the left and right hemispheres of your brain:
Sitting in easy pose, stretch your arms straight out to the sides so that your arms are in one straight line. Turn your left palm down and your right palm up. Keeping the arms in one straight line, raise one arm as the other one is lowered (like a seesaw). Move as quickly as you can. 3 minutes.
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