The ability to move your ears is not only unusual and fun, but also a very useful skill. The fact is that effective muscles are located around the ears, which play an important role in a facelift without surgery. By learning to move your ears according to the method of Benita Cantieni, the author of today's popular faceforming, you can significantly rejuvenate your appearance.
How to learn to feel the ear muscles
There are 3 muscles in the ear that are needed to move the ears. Place the pad of the middle finger under the upper edge of the pinna, just in front of the cavity in the cartilage in front of the ear opening. There is a soft point here that looks like a slight depression. It is possible that you will feel a barely perceptible pulse beating under your finger.
The more regularly and more often you stimulate the ear muscles, the faster you will be able to feel them.
In this place is the anterior ear muscle, which pulls the muscles of the lower face up to the ear. The second muscle is located behind the ear. Lightly slide the pad of your middle finger along the outer edge of your ear. After about 1/3 of its contour, you will again find a depression under which a pulse is felt.
The third muscle is located above the ear. Move the pads of your fingers from the highest point of the pinna up about a finger's width. Then slide your middle finger towards the eye and your index finger towards the back of your head. In this case, the tips of the fingers should diverge no more than 1-2 cm. This way you will again find a small depression.
Stimulate all 3 points daily as often as possible. Lightly place your fingertips on the indentations and send a weak impulse to the pressure. Do this until your ear muscles respond. It is difficult to say when this will happen. You can feel the work of the ear muscles immediately or after a while - everything is very individual here.
At first, there will be only a slight tension and a slightly pulling feeling under your fingertips. Continue to stimulate the points, you can eventually achieve the fact that the faint sensation becomes more and more distinct, and small muscle bundles will manifest themselves to you. The good thing about this simple exercise is that you can do it not only at home, but also at work.
How to get your ear muscles to work
After learning to feel the 3 ear muscles, try to pull them towards the occipital. You can feel the latter on the back of your head. Feel the cervical vertebrae upward until the tip of your finger enters the groove. Above it, you will feel the base of the skull, which is shaped like a crescent moon. Then lift your fingertip up, just behind the base of your skull, about 2 finger widths. Now pull 3 muscles back from the ears. You will feel a tight stretch in the back of your head with a tangible border.
If it doesn't work, wear loose-fitting glasses that slide off your nose if you don't hold the bow in place with your ears. You may have glasses on hand that do not fit well because the screws are loose. If there are none, loosen the screws on the hinges of the temples in any old and ugly glasses, or buy cheap glasses for such a business.
Hook them low, about the middle of the bridge of your nose, and then try to raise the temples with your ears. If that doesn't work, try another trick. Lubricate your nose with petroleum jelly, a very greasy cream, or a drop of olive oil, then put your glasses back on. After that, use your ears to prevent them from slipping.
If you do not want to use glasses, lightly place the tips of your index fingers just in front of the top point of the base of the auricle, while placing your middle fingers on your temples. You will feel your pulse beating. Place your Unnamed fingers on the pulsating cavity in front of the hair roots. For 2 minutes, using light and quick impulses, slide the skin back and up as gently and gently as possible. Repeat these steps until the ear muscles are activated.
You will feel the timid play of these muscles under your fingertips as a quiet tapping. After that, place in these places without pressing, and then pull the ear muscles back and up.
Do these exercises daily for 3 weeks, for at least 2 minutes.
After a while, you will feel slight contractions in the occipital muscle, which converge at the base of the skull. After a few days, you should feel how the temporal muscles begin to contract towards the highest point of the skull.
The more you train these muscles, the faster you can notice the fact that your ears can move at your command. Show patience and perseverance, and then you will achieve the desired result.