By Agustín Carlevaro
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Gradually raise the count to ten, fifteen, or more before relaxing. 11 • Repeat 8, 9 and 10 over and over and over. In order to give the outer semi-circle an even more vigorous workout you may use the back end of a thin, hard-covered book instead of the forefinger. I have also constructed what I call a "throat board" for this purpose. (See Fig. ) The throat board is made of a 12 inch length of pine, six inches wide and one-half inch thick. I shaped one end to conform to the contour of the neck.
Before you move on the next chapter you should be able to: • Touch the center of the root of the tongue and find the entire length, including the center of the root, soft and relaxed. • Touch the extreme left and right sides of the root of the tongue and find them soft and relaxed. • Move the forefinger—slowly—from left to right and from right to left and find the entire width of the root of the tongue soft, with no resistance whatsoever to the finger motion. The Upper Section of the Basic Shape Before going on to discover even deeper constrictors in the root of the tongue, it is best to check the structure of the upper section of the Basic Shape.
4 • Touch your larynx with the other hand to make sure there is no motion. Your larynx should stay relaxed in the middle of your throat. 5 • Place your forefinger on the raphe at the front of the tongue. The tongue should be soft to the touch. If it is not soft to the touch, just keep your finger there and think of relaxation. Slowly it will become soft. There is no time limit to these exercises. They must be repeated until the desired state of relaxation is reached. Always move the forefinger in a straight line along the raphe of the tongue.