Guided Organic Meditation Practice:
Our individual body is comprised of three centers that need integration in a daily basis: our body, our mind and our consciousness. When we close our eyes we enter our consciousness, and are in touch with all elements in the universe. This is a natural state. It is here that we sense our energetic connection to the rest of the universe at all levels and where we initiate a dialogue with our parent organic universe.
This integration allows us to perform at our utmost level of awareness in our daily life. Being consciously aware of this integration transforms us into enlightened elements of the universe. We can do this at any time, every day. Being enlightened allows us to acknowledge ourselves as integral organic elements of the universe, and to understand that our purpose in life is to create health and healing for our universe. The universe is drawing us toward health and healing in a continuous basis. When we recognize the connection we share with our parent organic universe, we initiate the possibility of self-healing in our lives, and recognize that whatever we request from the universe is given to us.
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It is based on quantum theory of braking down energy formulas within the body-mind system of the client and allowing the body-mind of the client to re-create the formulas on it's own.
Formulas are obtained through muscle testing while following the Bodytalk chart. The Bodytalk protocol includes a combined number of individual practices that include anatomy (all body systems), physiology, environmental elements that include physical aspects surrounding the client in a daily basis, consciousness related elements of mental and energetic aspects affecting the client, encoded inherited cell information of past lives, chakras, and more.
Caution: When is Massage Therapy not Beneficial?
- When the therapist or patient/client is in an altered state of cognitive awareness from the use of prescription, and/or over-the-counter medications, alcohol, or other substances, and the patient/client cannot give informed consent and/or the therapist cannot provide appropriate treatment. Consent for the patient/client may be given by guardians and other caregivers when authorized to do so.
- If a patient/client refuses to give the therapist consent to confer with his or her health care practitioner regarding massage/bodywork therapy when such consultation is essential to the patients/client's health and safety, the therapist should not treat the patient.
- When the therapist or patient/client has a fever or contagious disease
- If the patient/client is on any medication that would be expected to weaken bone structure and/or connective tissue or lead to enhanced bleeding
- When the patient/client has edema due to chronic heart failure or kidney failure
- When the patient/client has decreased sensation, as for example, with diabetes
- If the patient/client has an inflammatory condition in the acute stage
- When the patient/client has acute phlebitis and/or deep venous thrombosis
- When the patient/client has had an acute trauma or recent surgery
- While massage of splint muscles around a swollen joint is appropriate, direct pressure to the joint itself should be avoided.
- Avoid the local site of unstable fractures, open wounds, hematomas, varicoses, recently healed scars, burns, and foreign bodies or implanted hardware.
- In the first trimester of pregnancy, no deep sacral work or abdominal massage should be done.
- If the patient/client has cancer or other tumors or has acute or chronic infection in the skin or deeper tissues, seek the recommendation of the patient/client's physician or nurse practitioner after obtaining the consent of the patient/client.
- If the patient/client is overheated due to hot tub, sauna, or exercise, apply appropriate techniques.