Thymus Tapping

Thymus Tapping

Our  immune system  protects our body from disease , so it’s  important to build a strong immune system.

Behind your sternum, or breastbone, sits the thymus gland, your immune system’s surveillance gland.

It is part of the lymphatic immune system and one of the functions of the thymus is to process and mature T cells ( also known as killer cells) , the immune system’s  “soldiers”.  Thumping, or tapping, your thymus gland stimulates your immune system, giving it a boost.

Use  thymus tapping to  keep the gland  active and boost your  immune system.

  • Stimulate energy
  • Boost your immune system
  • Increase your strength and vitality

Gently tapping on the thymus gland  creates vibrations that stimulate an increase in the maturation and release of white blood cells.

Here’s how you do it:

Using your fingertips or side of your fist, tap up and down about 2-3 inches along your sternum, between and above your breasts.

The thymus is located behind the third rib, but any vibrations along the length of the upper sternum will stimulate it.

Do this for 15-20 seconds and continue to take regular slow breaths.

Do 1-3 times a day or up to 4 during times of acute illness. It can be all you need to ward off a cold or illness as the thymus is stimulated to release all those infection fighting white blood cells.





    • Hey Alex, hope you felt the benefits of this! If so, do look up EFT tapping as you’ll be astounded how good you can feel just tapping a few points on your face and upper body for a few minutes a day… it’s sooo amazing! Highly recommend it, I’m training just now with EFT international.. stay safe and enjoy x

  • I’ve done thymus tapping on two occasions. Only for about 20-30 seconds each time. Each time, within hours, I experience anxious feelings in my chest, and some odd sensations in the nerves in my legs, and some brain fog. Is this Coincidence????