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The phenomenon of the transfer of the finest form of life-enhancing energy which the healer allows to flow from the world of Spirit, through the medium of their own spirit, to the spirit of the client. The effect of this positive energy form is often healing, relaxing and invigorating, the process resulting in constructive changes at one or more recognisable level - emotional, mental, social, physical. Spiritual healing has been proved also to work effectively on animals, plants and cell cultures.
A holistic and respectful form of psychotherapy which regards clients, rather than the therapist, as the expert in the clients' lives. The therapist's expertise is in the style of conversation that unlocks clients' access to their own expertise. Clients are then free to choose from their rich inner resources. Clients systems of beliefs are understood in the context of their family, work and social systems.
These remedies are made by imprinting the energy of flowers with special health-giving properties into a solution of pure spring water, diluting a few hundred times, then preserving the solution with alcohol. The resulting healing system transfers the specific energy the individual needs to the client's personal energy, known as the aura, and functions in a manner akin to homeopathic remedies.
The mind has a direct effect on physical bodily function. Anyone who has strongly imagined sucking a slice of a juicy lemon will report that this thought results in salivation, even though there is no lemon actually physically there. Therefore the client is taught how to create and direct positive thoughts to appropriate areas of the body.
A method of relaxation which allows the individual to reach an altered state of consciousness, where the mind is not constantly in touch with and directing the body. This can be achieved by following a guided visualisation narrative, or focusing on a colour, sound or object. When the body is free of the directions of the mind, it can regain its natural harmony and equilibrium.
The traditional form of spiritual and medical philosophy of Asia, which classifies people into three basic types and approaches their treatment in the light of these classifications. Healing remedies are based on nutrition, herbs and meditation.
Bioresonance was first proposed by an American neurologist, Albert Abrams, who suggested that, as diseased tissue sent out discordant waves of energy, these could be cancelled out by other substances emanating a counter-frequency and so the patient would be helped to recover. Others have gone on to theorise that disease emits a rogue frequency in the body, which can be cured by returning the body's own energy frequencies to normal. Many scientists and healers have developed techniques that make use of the quantum field effects to heal in this way. There are many systems on the market at present which use methods of transmitting frequencies or waves of energy to correct the client’s energetic balance. This developing branch of therapy is sometimes called ‘energy medicine’. In our opinion, the Living Information Forms Energy (LIFE) System is the most advanced at present. We are very pleased with its effectiveness with physical, emotional and spiritual conditions.
Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)
The study of influential human communications and processes of therapeutic change. The recognition and effective use of the 'out of awareness' aspects of communication, both verbal and non-verbal.
The technique, present in many cultures, of inviting Spirit to make their presence known by acting on physical indicators to express advice. The I Ching, the Tarot and the Runes are just three of these old-established methods.
The ancient Chinese concept of the "magic square" of perfect harmony, or the Bagua, is the system of numbers on which is based the I Ching divination system; Feng Shui, the ancient art of placement to encourage auspicious energy, or ch'i, to flow into a person's life; Japanese 9 Ki astrology, which offers advice on how to attain the most positive outcomes based on the energy on earth at the time of the person's birth and allowing for other factors of influence (diet, education, family pattern etc.).