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106 m a s s a g e & b o d y w o r k j a n u a r y / f e b r u a r y 2 0 2 0 "alternative allopathic healing kit" in these ways. Resonance Practice The following practices can assist you with applying the principles of resonance in your healing practice. Bust the block. When working on a painful or tense bodily area, hold your hand just over or on the most inflamed section. Then tune into the negative energy. You don't need to analyze or define it or discover the cause of it; merely get a sense of the block. You might perceive it as hot, cold, heavy, dense, airy, or even as a color in your mind's eye. Basically, you are allowing your inner self or your hand to resonate with the frequency of the problem. Then, ask your inner self or your Higher Power to create a frequency that is mighty and strong enough to cancel out the negative frequency. Perceive that energy being directly sent into the problematic area or allow it to emanate from your hands into the site. You don't have to remain in position long; merely request that these guiding forces keep applying this cancel- out energy until it's not needed anymore. You can have your client participate in this exercise if you desire by joining you in nullifying the harmful frequencies. Boost what's best. When working on a painful place on a client, take a moment and attune to that bodily area. Now imagine that this site is healthy and pain-free. If it feels comfortable to have the client assist, have them remember a time when this region was comfortable. If it's never felt good, ask them to imagine what that might be like. Then ask your inner self or your Higher Power to formulate a template—an invisible net made of invisible energies—that can resonate good health back into that area. You might feel a collection of wavy energies, hear a song or hum, or picture a matrix made of interwoven colors. Then, ask that guidance set this template into the painful region to convince all the healthy cells to return to well-being. Pleomorphism Practice There are lot of practical and esoteric ideas that can support healing during a session. Here are a few you might incorporate. Pay attention to your massage room. Clients will be affected adversely or positively by your space. Make sure it is clean, uncluttered, and peaceful. Play calming music, if you desire, and keep the lighting low. Pay attention to the colors in this space. Based on my knowledge and use of colors as healing frequencies, pink and yellow promote joy. Blue encourages serenity, and green is a healing color. Browns and autumn tones are grounding, and pastels assist with ease. Red will stimulate pain, and orange will increase emotionalism, so I'd stick with the pleasant colors of the palette. Encourage awareness. Ask your client if there are situations that predictably stir up pain, tension, or stress. How about settings, individuals, or circumstances? Encourage them to establish boundaries or decrease the time spent in these arenas if possible. Also, remind them that inflammation, microbial infections, digestive issues, immune challenges, and more are often the result of what we put in our body. Encourage them to look at diet and other lifestyle factors that can result in a healthier internal system. As well, bathing our bodies with good thoughts can go far in decreasing the acidity and other biochemical factors leading to stress-related problems. Above all, surround yourself with the types of people, colors, and situations that increase your well-being. If you're in a good place, it will help your client achieve the same. Notes 1. Marilyn Hair and Jon Sharpe, Center for Ecogenetics, "Fast Facts About the Human Microbiome," January 2014, ceeh/downloads/FF_Microbiome.pdf. 2. Lumen, "Introduction to Microbiology: Defining Microbes," accessed November 2019, https:// chapter/introduction-to-microbiology. 3. Learn Genetics, "The Microbiome and Disease," accessed November 2019, https://learn.genetics. 4. Georges Lakhovsky, The Secret of Life, 1939, online edition 2010, php?post/Lakhovsky-Georges-The-secret-of-life. 5. Lakhovsky, The Secret of Life. 6. Robert V. Gibbons, "Germs, Dr. Billings, and the Theory of Focal Infection," Clinical Infectious Diseases 27 (1998): 627–633, 10/3a5fc24521e8e67ed4bf658b759767134092.pdf. 7. Robert O. Young, "Who Had Their Finger on the Magic of Life—Antoine Bechamp or Louis Pasteur?" International Journal of Vaccines and Vaccination 2, no. 5 (September 19, 2016), www. 8. Laleva, "Louis Pasteur Vs Antoine Bechamp and The Germ Theory of Disease Causation—1,", May 14, 2004, accessed November 2019, www.laleva. org/eng/2004/05/louis_pasteur_vs_antoine_bchamp_ and_the_germ_theory_of_disease_causation_1.html. Cyndi Dale is an internationally renowned author, speaker, and intuitive consultant. Her popular books include The Subtle Body Coloring Book: Learn Energetic Anatomy (Sounds True, 2017), Subtle Energy Techniques (Llewellyn Publications, 2017), Llewellyn's Complete Book of Chakras (Llewellyn Publications, 2016), The Intuition Guidebook: How To Safely and Wisely Use Your Sixth Sense (Deeper Well Publishing, 2011), Energetic Boundaries: How to Stay Protected and Connected in Work, Love, and Life (Sounds True, 2011), The Subtle Body: An Encyclopedia of Your Energetic Anatomy (Sounds True, 2009), and The Complete Book of Chakra Healing (Llewellyn Publications, 2009), as well as nearly 20 additional books. To learn more about Dale and her products, services, and classes, please visit ENERGY WORK

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