Applied Physiology I
Applied Physiology I (AP I) introduces the student to the concept of Holographic Theory. This theory has been used by several scientists to explain some of the paradoxes of physics and neurology. Just like a hologram is a three-dimensional image generated by two laser beams, the AP is a holographic system based on two parameters (Object Meridian and Reference Meridian). When you identify these two parameters you get information that allows you to identify a very specific area of stress and imbalance of the body.
During this weekend we will deepen the work to enter the somato-psychic plane, and see how we store our attitudes, our thoughts and our emotions at the cellular level. Traumas, shocks, emotions and repetitive behaviors are a field of disturbance that can create major imbalances in all our physiological functioning. Positive affirmations, floral essences and frequencies generated by tuning forks can be useful to unlock these hidden holographic memories. In these two days, we will deal with floral essences. In AP three types of floral essences are used: Bach Flowers, Desert Flowers (Desert Alchemy) and Australian Flowers (Australian Bush Flowers). These Flowers will be identified by Muscle Monitoring and can be applied in many different ways. Each Flower is accompanied by two sentences, one to identify the problem and one to solve the problem.
This first weekend teaches the basic theory of AP and the first forms of application, the following courses serve to expand the tools of evaluation and offer numerous applications of emotional-physiological-biochemical-neurological rebalancing. Finally, a large space will be dedicated to the use of frequencies generated by the tuning fork that Richard Utt has developed. In AP we use fourteen tuning forks, one for each meridian, which are used to rebalance the meridian or the associated organ or can be used to overcome emotional blockades.
Sound is one of the purest forms of energy!
Touch for Health I, Touch for Health IV recommended
day one begins at 10:00 am,
the last day ends at 4:00 pm (14 hrs)