Body Dowsing For the Few?
Re: I got the book a while back! I guess i need a child friendly version! Is there another video (other than the one you linked here)?
We’ll be making another video soon. It takes practice to Body Dowse — after all, I discovered it “accidentally” while doing Foot Reflexology.”
Once you feel the Body Dowsing muscle movements, you can’t un-feel them.
These movements are as easy to recognize as a hiccup, a sneeze, or even a seizure.
All other techniques I know of require classification and memorization.
Body Dowsing is simple observation of gross body movements — nothing subtle about it.
The Cornerstone Technique of Body Dowsing is a camera without a computer.
Body Dowsing is digital — Yes and No. It’s the exception to the rule — Maybe is kept to a minimum.
It’s the Maybe Minimum.
Most other techniques (and ALL Muscle Response Testing systems) measure what’s NOT there instead of what IS there.
Body Dowsing measures what IS there — a muscle response, not the lack of a muscle response.
Body Dowsing is cinematographic (continuous), not just photographic (tiring muscles out) — a HUGE advantage for detecting Toxic Engrams (Unresolved Cognitive Shocks).
Most Body Language (such as the kind Allan & Barbara Pease teach) require data to learn — and a guidebook or two or three filled with this data.
But Body Dowsing is like learning to play Twenty Questions.
A child can learn the game directions. THEY APPLY IN EVERY CASE — no guidebook is required.
Someone has yet to write a book titled How to Play Twenty Questions: You Too Can Master This Difficult Game Restricted to Mensa International Graduates.
Body Dowsing is Easy Mind Reading For the Millions.
If it were difficult, I would have called it Mind Reading For the Few.
February 25, 2019 @ 7:06 pm Atom
I was in the second row at a Deepak Chopra lecture when a lady in a wheelchair was helped into the seat in front of me.
She turned around and said, “I have MS. I try to visualize standing up every day.”
“So you’re telling me you’re twice removed from standing up?” I replied.
“What do you mean?” She looked puzzled.
“Not only do you visualize standing up instead of standing up, but you TRY to visualize instead of standing up.”
She turned around without a word.
A minute later, she stood up.
She remained standing up for a short while, then she sat down.
Almost another minute went by before she turned around and beamed, “I stood up.”
“I noticed.” I said.
Multiple sclerosis can be precipitated by being “frozen in place” with fear as a child.
February 25, 2019 @ 7:08 pm Atom
Omega 3 foods & supplements bestow Old Age for Younger People —>
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February 25, 2019 @ 7:11 pm Atom
Ivan Illich (Medical Nemesis, 1974) wrote …
In 1971, between 12,000 and 15,000 malpractice suits were lodged in United States courts. Less than half of all malpractice claims were settled in less than eighteen months, and more than 10 percent of such claims remain unsettled for over six years. Between 16 and 20 percent of every dollar paid in malpractice insurance went to compensate the victim; the rest was paid to lawyers and medical experts. In such cases, doctors are vulnerable only to the charge of having acted against the medical code, of the incompetent performance of prescribed treatment, or of dereliction out of greed or laziness. The problem, however, is that most of the damage inflicted by the modern doctor does not fall into any of these categories. It occurs in the ordinary practice of well-trained men and women who have learned to bow to prevailing professional judgment and procedure, even though they know (or could and should know) what damage they do.”