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78 m a s s a g e & b o d y w o r k m a r c h / a p r i l 2 0 1 9 The Alignment of the Subtle Bodies This exercise, practiced on the back of the client, allows for a great centering of the etheric, astral, and mental bodies. It indeed happens that these bodies are not correctly "fitted together." So if the client mentions struggles with concentration, sleeping difficulties, and other small symptoms, there is often an atypical, translating desynchronization of their subtle bodies. This is a simple and efficient technique that can facilitate alignment of the subtle bodies: 1. Pause your support hand between the first and second chakras of your client (between the tailbone and the sacrum). Your support hand stays there for the totality of the treatment. Simultaneously, place your active hand at the top of the client's head, in contact with the seventh chakra (Image 1). 2. While your support hand remains in the same place, move your active hand to the sixth chakra of your client, who is in a prone position with their head turned to the side (Image 2). 3. With your support hand remaining in the same place, move your active hand to the fifth chakra (Image 3). 4. Your active hand should next land delicately on the dorsal vertebrae, at the level of the fourth chakra. Still, the support hand does not move (Image 4). 5. Then the active hand slides to the third chakra, approximatively to the level of the kidneys of your client. Your support hand will remain still between the tailbone and sacrum (Image 5). 6. Finally, while slightly pivoting yourself, place both hands in an enveloping way at the midpoint of the back of your client (Image 6). 1 3 5 2 4 6

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