Cardio Muscular Release
The heart is divided into three sections: left-top=1, right-top=2, bottom=3. There are three holding positions on the left side of the body then the three are mirrored on the right side.
Position 1: The three middle fingers of the left hand are placed along side left of the spine on the back of the neck; the right hand is placed on the left of the heart. Hold 5 minutes breathing gently into the belly.
Position 2: The head is turned to the right, and the right hand reaches behind the neck and holds the left neck at the point where the sternocloidomastoid muscles joins the skull just under the left ear. Left hand is on the right-side of the heart at the middle of the chest. Hold 5 minutes, continuing to belly breathe. Anywhere and everywhere on this muscle needs to be held in the jumpercable with the heart, because it is invariably tight and painful on most people. To get at the whole muscle I find it useful to use the fingers of the opposite hand for the top end of the muscle and then the thumb of the same side of the body as you work down the muscle. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sternocleidomastoideus_muscle
Position 3: The left hand reaches up over the shoulder and down the back and the fingers poke into the muscles alongside the spine between the scapulars. The right hand is on the bottom of the heart. Hold 5 minutes, deep breathing; slide left hand slowly up the back over the course of the 5 minutes.
Repeat in mirror fashion on the other side of the body. Note all positions must be held for a full release to occur, otherwise one will still feel some disconnection and static. The key is to remain present and sensitive throughout the process. If you feel you need longer than a half hour practice either hold each position longer, or cycle a second time round. Meditation and toning done along with CMR offers a synergistic effect. .