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Corporate Responsibility

Corporate Responsibility

Please join me THIS Saturday at a class on creating everything you want in your life from a place of ease joy and glory. ACCESS more money , fun and activity than you have now. Access more joy, more peace, calm and gratitude . Watch everything you always wanted drop into your lap with ease. SEE you there, Blessings, Angelica Victoria Danzig and Advanced Integrative Therapy I was at an open house at CIHS for the winter term, when the academic dean of the college, Dr. Hope Umansky asked me if I would volunteer to do a demonstration for Dr. Victoria Danzig in the therapy called AIT. I agreed. If someone as prominent as Victoria Danzig would do a session for me, this would be revolutionary to my world, and to my work. It did not matter that it was in a public arena where it seemed the whole world was watching. My question was about losing my speaking voice. While I was in Canada I began public speaking about my books, and moved to New York City to begin my career as an author in 2000. Nothing I did in New York with publishing amounted to very much. I was starving, and so ended up doing research for a stock research firm on Wall Street and working in commercial real estate for a large developer. Neither of these careers were my passion but they kept me in NYC, until the walls came tumbling down in 9/11. I went to see an EMDR shrink and some of the PTSD passed, not all. As I left the building that day, a cop caught my hand and told me, Dont look up and dont look back. I did both. It did not serve me. I knew that EMDR was not enough to solve this trauma, because my energy was totally stuck regarding my life work, and stayed stuck these many years since 9.11. Here is an excerpt to explain EMDR from Huff Post written by Dr.Hyla Cass: In his 2010 Rapid Treatment of PTSD article Continue reading >>

Past Events South Florida Bodytalk Association

Past Events South Florida Bodytalk Association

Miami, FL 33137 United States + Google Map Sandra Scidmore, CBP. Energies: 7 Chakra, Meridians, Pancreas Reflex Point. We will review the three energy bodies that we work with in Fundamentals. Join us to enhance your BodyTalk skills, connect with fellow BodyTalkers and get healed! We are excited for you to join us for our FREE study group sessions each month to support our growing BodyTalk Matrix in Miami! We invite and encourage anyone who has taken a BodyTalk Fundamental courses to come and join in. Each study Miami, FL 33137 United States + Google Map Belkis Galainena, Adv. CBP. We will review how to find environmental factors that trigger emotions and beliefs; and how to neutralize the belief. Join us to enhance your BodyTalk skills, connect with fellow BodyTalkers and get healed! We are excited for you to join us for our FREE study group sessions each month to support our growing BodyTalk Matrix in Miami! We invite and encourage anyone who has taken a BodyTalk Fundamental courses to come and join in. Each study Miami, FL 33137 United States + Google Map Sandra Scidmore, CBP. Body Chemistry is the technique used to balance the immune systems response to factors entering the body from the external environment. We will review the step by step procedure. Join us to enhance your BodyTalk skills, connect with fellow BodyTalkers and get healed! We are excited for you to join us for our FREE study group sessions each month to support our growing BodyTalk Matrix in Miami! We invite and encourage anyone who has taken a BodyTalk Miami, FL 33137 United States + Google Map Belkis Galainena, Adv. CBP. This technique can be one of the fastest and most direct ways to address active memories or beliefs. We will review the step by step procedure. Join us to enhance your BodyTalk sk Continue reading >>

Definitions Evoke Spirit

Definitions Evoke Spirit

Circulation (Blood): Addresses blood supply to, from, or within an organ, endocrine or body part. Circulation (Lymph): Addresses draining lymph from and within areas of the body, or in the case of Chinese Medicine, draining thoughts from areas of the body. Circulation (Nerve): Addresses nerve supply to, from, or within an organ, endocrine or body part. Circulation (Spinal Nerves): Addresses the spinal nerves: Somatic (voluntary), Sympathetic (fight, flight) Parasympathetic (tend, befriend). Consciousness: As everything is consciousness, this technique addresses many aspects of the human condition including: misperception of self, the concept of self vs. others, personality modification, mortality, enthusiasm, inspiration, goal-oriented actions, control, judgment, inhibitions, self-esteem, unburdening, open-mindedness, synthesis, pathological and natural consciousness of all organs, endocrines and body parts. Cortices: a technique that balances the left and right hemispheres of the cortices in the brain with astounding results. When the brain is functioning optimally, it is reflected in the body. A common feeling after this technique is done is a comforting sense of well-being. Definition: is adding more information to the formula. Western anatomy and physiology is used, emotions, other systems such as a trigger point in a muscle being touched during the tap out. The Chinese five elements, consciousness, and the five senses will help define a priority or a link. Details: are details from our Lifes story and experiences that add more information about the priority or one of the links to ensure that the net is cast widely to gather all pertinent data around your health concern. Endocrines: Includes the pineal gland, pituitary gland, thyroid, thymus, pancreas, ovaries, tes Continue reading >>

Body Talk Fundamentals Practice Test Part 2

Body Talk Fundamentals Practice Test Part 2

Name of the second pair an upper to lower body reciprocals Name the third pair an upper to lower body reciprocals Name the fourth pair in the upper to lower body reciprocals Names of fifth pair in upper body to lower body reciprocals Name the 6th pair in upper body to lower body reciprocals Name the 7th pair in upper body to lower body reciprocals How many pairs of reciprocals are there in the upper body to lower body box How many pairs of reciprocals are there in the head to body box What is the first pair of reciprocals in the head to body box What is the second pair of reciprocals in the head to body box What is the third pair of reciprocals in the head to body box What is the fourth pair of reciprocals in the head to body box What is the 5th pair of reciprocals in the head to body box What is the sixth pair of reciprocals in the head to body box how many pairs are there in the head the spinal complex box of reciprocals What is the first pair in the head to spinal complex box for reciprocals What is the second pair in the head to spinal complex box of reciprocals What is the third pair in the head spinal complex box of reciprocals What is the fourth pair in the head to spinal complex box of reciprocals What is the default master control for lymph Neck clavicle axilla spleen abdomen groin Name the four components to the first breakout box under body chemistry name the four options of the breakout box located under body chemistry: microbes What are the options and the first breakout box under active memory Inactive memory belief systems what are the three categories in the next breakout box If you are under active memory: belief systems: heart what are the categories in the next breakout box If you are under active memory belief systems pelvis what are the two categor Continue reading >>

Stable Blood Sugar Helps Weight Loss, Insomnia, Mood Swings, And More!

Stable Blood Sugar Helps Weight Loss, Insomnia, Mood Swings, And More!

by Vyara Bridgeman | posted in: Articles | 0 In this BodyTalk 4 Life newsletter you will learn about the importance of stable blood sugar for weight loss, emotional release, insomnia, and much more. You will also learn how you can easily stabilize you blood sugar levels through incorporating some simple diet and exercise changes into your daily life. Read on to also find out how we can help your blood sugar levels using a very powerful BodyTalk technique. Stable blood sugar for weight loss, insomnia, mood swings and more The level of sugar in your blood depends mainly on how often and what you eat. It usually rises after a meal (especially after a meal rich in refined carbohydrates), and it goes down when you fast. The pancreas and the liver help you regulate those fluctuations by secreting appropriate hormones into the blood stream. Some degree of fluctuation of the blood sugar levels is admissible but in general, the more stable your blood sugar is the better. Benefits of keeping your blood sugar stable: Stable mood the more stable your blood sugar is, the happier and the more stable emotionally you will feel. Less stressed, worried, anxious and depresse fluctuations in blood sugar are associated with hormones that turn on the stress response in the body; therefore, you will feel more stressed and anxious if your blood sugar is unstable. Control of appetite the less stable your blood sugar is, the more the appetite goes out of control. People who constantly feel hungry usually experience big fluctuations in their blood sugar levels. Improved quality of sleep the more stable your blood sugar is, the better you will sleep and the more refreshed you will feel on wake up. Stable energy if your blood sugar doesnt fluctuate unhealthily, you will have more stable and even e Continue reading >>

Top 12 Acupressure Points To Optimize Your Health

Top 12 Acupressure Points To Optimize Your Health

The simple act of pressing these essential 12 pointsresets yourbodys subtle energy layers, to allowhealth and wellbeing to flow more easily. Just a fewminutes ofacupressure on key body points unblocks yourmeridians. Use gentle yet firm pressure with either middle finger or thumb on these 12points. Massage in a circular motion for 10 seconds, fell the Qi penetrating into the body, and breathe deeply. As you press, yourbrain releasesendorphins, chemicals that calmpain and invite pleasurable feelings. Your muscles relax and blood flows more freely. As tension recedes, the body finds balance, and youll feel better. These are my 12top priority points for general healthfor most peopleevery day. Ren-1, or DU-1, orHuiyinat the baseof the pelvic floor. These 2 points are seen as the same in this tradition. KD-1, Kidney 1 orYongquan,Gushing Springon the bottom of the foot. BL-1, Bladder 1 orJingming,Bright Eyes, the inner corner of the eyes. SP-21, Spleen 21 orDabao,Great Embracement, on the sides of the ribs. SP-6, Spleen 6, orSanyinjiao, Three Yin Intersectionon the inside of the lower legs. LI-4, Large Intestine 4, orHe Gu, Joining Valley,on the back of thehand justabove the thumb. LU-1, Lung 1, orZhong Fu,Central Treasury, on the sides of the upper chest, under the collar bone. HT-1, Heart 1, or JiQuan, Supreme Spring, in the front underarm just under the shoulder joint. GB20, Gallbladder 20, orFengchi, Wind Pool,on the upper backof the neck, under the occipital ridge. SI4, Small Intestine 4, orWangu,Wrist Bone,on theouteredge of thepalm, on the heel of the hand. ST36, Stomach 36, orZusanli,Leg ThreeMiles, at the outside of lower leg diagonally under the knee. LV3, Liver 3, orTai Chong, Great Surge,on the topof foot between 1st and 2nd tendons. Ren-1, DU-1, orHuiyinat thebot Continue reading >>

Bodytalk - Distance Healing

Bodytalk - Distance Healing

BodyTalk Terminology: Understanding Your Session Every industry has its own language. This will aid you in becoming familiar with BodyTalk terminology. The Protocol - is the chart created by Dr. Veltheim that the practitioner refers to in order to establish what the priorities and links are. (See Common Priorities or Links, below). Agenda - this is one of the first things your practitioner will ask before a session; it's another way of asking about your most important health concerns. Formula - similar to a math formula to solve an equation, BodyTalk uses all the factors that make up the human body and combines them in the order shown by innate wisdom necessary to balance the bodymind and generate healing. Innate Wisdom - Innate wisdom is the intelligence that drives the bodymind towards homeostasis, or balance. It is that which animates you. It has a clear record of all your genetic information, all you experiences, all your emotions, all your physical, mental and spiritual ailments - since the time of your conception. While it would be impossible for you to remember or even know all of those details, your innate wisdom knows everything that makes you, you; and it knows what areas of the bodymind must be addressed to achieve balance for healing. Reestablishing Communication - In the same way that a cut finger heals itself, your body can heal your health concerns once communication is reestablished. If the brain, the blood, and the finger didn't communicate chemically, platelet's might form too slowly and inhibit clotting, so innate wisdom may indicate tapping out the blood to the platelet's. Occasionally the bodymind will want to disassociate from an emotion or a memory that has an emotional charge that is leading you away from balance. An example would be a subconsci Continue reading >>

Additions And Changes To Bodytalk Fundamentals 9 Th Edition

Additions And Changes To Bodytalk Fundamentals 9 Th Edition

Additions and Changes to BodyTalk Fundamentals 9 th Edition Download "Additions and Changes to BodyTalk Fundamentals 9 th Edition" 1 Additions and Changes to BodyTalk Fundamentals 9 th Edition PG 48: Short and Long- Distance Work In order to most effectively work with animals with BodyTalk it is necessary to take BodyTalk for Animals and BodyTalk Access for Animals. It is important to understand that there are many nuances to working with animals that are different to working with people. PG 119: Hydration Summary t necessary to place the damp cotton swab on the navel before asking Further More Specific to find out what exactly needs to be hydrated. PG 167: Body Chemistry - Microbes It is interesting to be aware that: At present it is estimated that there are 100 trillion microbes in the body of which only about 5-10% are pathogenic/harmful. The pathogenic microbes are the ones we are focusing on in BodyTalk Fundamentals the Body Chemistry technique. PG 170: Body Chemistry For Allergies, Intolerances and Toxins, you can facilitate finding the factor by asking: How they are coming in contact with it. Is it being Inhaled (coming in through the lungs), Ingested (coming in through the mouth), Skin Contact (coming in contact with the skin), or Injected (breaking the skin barrier like, bug bites, actual injections, etc.) Where they are coming in contact with it. What is it (A good way to break this down is to start by asking if it is man made or a natural substance). PG : Active Memory Technique #3, #4 Surfacing and disassociating happens in both clockwise and anti- clockwise directions. PG 205: Brain Summary It is not necessary to ask Triune Brain when looking for Further More Specifics. (Triune Brain is just a categorical way of looking at the brain and not necessary to as Continue reading >>

Bodytalk Practices And Winter Potluck Invite

Bodytalk Practices And Winter Potluck Invite

by heidiheather | Nov 26, 2015 | Uncategorized | 0 comments Everyone is invited to our Winter Potluck social. It is a time to connect and relax. Please bring a dish to share. This will be on December 22nd at 6pm. Feel free to bring your family, friends, and colleagues. The address is 805 Crozier Ave. in Kelowna and you can text 778 212 1777 if you have any questions or email Heidi at [email protected] For people who have taken BodyTalk Fundamentals November 30th at 6 will be reviewing Pancreas Reflex Point. The address is 805 Crozier Ave. in Kelowna and you can text 778 212 1777 if you have any questions or email Heidi at [email protected] December 7th at 6 will be Environmental Vivaxis review. The address is 805 Crozier Ave. in Kelowna and you can text 778 212 1777 if you have any questions or email Heidi at [email protected] December 14th at 6 will be BodyChemistry review. The address is 805 Crozier Ave. in Kelowna and you can text 778 212 1777 if you have any questions or email Heidi at [email protected] Continue reading >>

Your Pancreas: Digestion & Hormones

Your Pancreas: Digestion & Hormones

The pancreas is unique in that it is both an organ and an endocrine gland. It serves the function of producing enzymes that are essential for the breakdown of fat, protein and carbohydrates. In addition to this, your pancreas produces the hormones insulin, glucagon and somatostatin. Elevated insulin levels are primary concerns for diabetics and those with heart disease risk. Some research shows that the pancreas may also serve another important function. In 1902, the Scottish Embryoligist John Beard proposed that proteolytic, pancreatic enzymes were the body's primary defense against cancer. Within a few years, pancreatic enzyme cancer clinics popped up all over London. Not too long after this, Madame Curie proposed radiation therapy for cancer patients and Dr. Beard's work was soon lost in the tomes of medical history. Dr. Beard's pancreatic enzyme therapy for cancer was re-evaluated in the 1960's by William Donald Kelley, a dentist who had used Beard's protocol to cure himself of pancreatic cancer. Kelley went on to become known as "the father of Metabolic Typing". He offered individualized nutritional therapies for patients, mostly who had cancer. The pancreas is signalled by the hormone CCK (cholecystokinin) to produce pancreatic enzymes, which when released into the upper part of the small intestine called the duodenum, effectively break down protein, fat and carbohydrates. To review some of the basic and important components of digestion: The pre-digestion of food takes place in the top portion of the stomach. Here, salivary enzymes and any food enzymes present will pre-digest food before acidification takes place. Somewhere between 30-60 minutes after food is consumed, the stomach's parietal cells should produce hydrochloric acid. Production of this vital acid i Continue reading >>

Iba Global Healing | Description

Iba Global Healing | Description

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to BodyTalk for Animals for use in clinical settings with animals as the client, as well as sessions with your own animals, using the techniques and concepts learned in BodyTalk Fundamentals and BodyTalk Principles of Consciousness. This course begins with a power-point presentation and discussion of the theoretical aspects that support the concepts covered in the BodyTalk for Animals manual. You will be encouraged to share your own personal experience with animals as a layperson and or professional. Class exercises throughout will create a deeper understanding of the interconnectedness that the animals represent on the earth at this time. We dedicate a large portion of the class to gaining confidence with your hands-on practical application of BodyTalk with the animal kingdom. You will perform practical sessions with human surrogates representing the live animals, followed by instructor-supervised class de-briefs of your sessions. For your practical sessions there will be live dogs, horses, cats, and at times, also farm animals, zoo animals or sanctuary animals, depending on location and availability of animal clients. Techniques and theories covered in BodyTalk for Animals can be applied to any animal, however discussion within the theoretical aspect of the course will focus mainly on dogs, cats and horses. Basic classifications and characteristics of dogs, cats and horses including breed characteristics, behavior, basic animal and group consciousness. How to create a safe environment to work with animals. Safe handling of animals, and unique responses of animals to BodyTalk. Various forms of surrogate muscle checking, as BodyTalk for Animals is normally practiced in your clinical setting via a human surrogate. Increa Continue reading >>

Body Talk: The Language Of Our Organs - The Spleen And Pancreas

Body Talk: The Language Of Our Organs - The Spleen And Pancreas

Each one of us is born with a unique set of physical strengths and weaknesses. Similarly our visceral make up as well as our emotional processes are specific to us and intimately linked. One way of understanding our bodies subtle physical expression is to observe our emotional state. This gives us information which can be directed towards greater physical well being and emotional stability by addressing the specific organ involved with that particular emotional response. The following is based on traditional Chinese medicine and the work of Chiropractor Doctor Jean-Pierre Barral. Each blog will deal with a different organ for the next 12. Those are Stomach and Duodenum, Spleen and Pancreas, Liver, Gall Bladder, Intestines, Colon, Kidneys, Bladder, Genitals, Heart, Lung, Adrenals and Thyroid. In Traditional Chinese Medicine the Spleen is associated with the Pancreas despite being two distinct organs hence why they are grouped together here. Our typical western diet and life style is often very damaging to the Pancreas and imbalances at this particular level are very common. 1.Emotional description: Imbalance of the Spleen and pancreas will show as restlessness, anxiety, worry and foreboding. Self absorption along with morbid fascination, and a tendency to ruminate problems is also a common feature. Individuals with an imbalance in this area will be obsessive with details and will be unable to express emotions - they will over use the mind and under use the body. Occasionally imbalances will be expressed as recklessness and destructiveness by people looking for excitement with an element of danger and who are easily bored and unable to feel sympathy. 2. Physical symptoms: Eating all the time, over eating and eating too quickly; frequently thirsty, sleepy after eating and Continue reading >>

Alternatives Gateway: Articles

Alternatives Gateway: Articles

Many students ask for my opinion on writing down links as you go. Does it really take you out of the zone? In short my answer is that I strongly recommend writing down links as you go. But I'd like todiscuss the question as it really is about how we learn to access our intuitive process more fully. Just to be clear, the issue is whether or not you write down the links as you get them, or can you wait until after you tap out to write them down. If you don't write them down at all, you are not in professional practice, because keeping records of your sessions is an essential part of a professional health-care encounter. I find reviewing my notes from previous sessions an invaluable aid to understanding my clients issues from a deeper level. The argument against writing as you go is that writing is a left-brain activity that takes you out of contact with your right-brain holographic intuitive process. But the situation is not really that simple. Effective intuition happens when you are relaxed, and becomes much more difficult when you are under stress. So then the question really becomes whether or not writing down what you have so far allows you to release the mental effort of remembering the link. If the answer is yes, then writing down your links as you go helps you to relax. My impression is that the answer to this question is yes for the overwhelming majority of students. It certainly is easier for me, even though I used to keep literally thousands of details in my mind when I was writingsoftware programsin my previous career. Another take on right-brain vs. left-brain is the fact that many practitioners summarize the link verbally while they are discovering it. Speech is also a left-brain activity, but if you get used to doing it while running the protocol you can s Continue reading >>

The Lark Letter

The Lark Letter

The Lark Letter, March 2006 Volume 13, Number 3 In last months Miracle Corner, I shared with you the story of Ian Purses dramatic recovery from 12 years of debilitating chronic fatigue. His recovery came through the use of BodyTalkan innovative new healing system that uses applied kinesiology, or muscle testing, to query the wisdom of the body and create a pathway for healing even the most difficult health problems. I first found out about BodyTalk last year when my friend Brooke Baggett, a Reiki Master healer and acupuncturist, started to study this system. She wanted to use it with her other therapies to help heal her patients. I was quite intrigued by her description of BodyTalk, since I began to study and work with muscle testing many years ago and found that it did, indeed, provide a way of tapping into the bodys innate wisdom. Brooke has since integrated BodyTalk into her practice and, like Ian, has had great success with its use. She has found BodyTalk to be very helpful for a variety of health issuesincluding asthma, reproductive disorders, allergies, chronic fatigue, infections, digestive disorders, Parkinsons disease, anxiety, depression, learning disorders, back pain, and arthritis. She recently shared with me an interesting case history of one of her clients. For me, it reinforced the wonderful healing potential of BodyTalk, and I asked Brooke to share it with you in her own words: Helping Marguerite When Marguerite first came to me, she appeared to be the picture of health. She was a young 42-year-old who exercised daily, ate healthfully, and seemed quite emotionally balanced. So, I was surprised to hear that her chief complaint was daily migraines, with pain so severe that she required prescription medication. I have been able to completely relieve the pa Continue reading >>

Mystical Essence: Herbal Medicine & Healing Therapies - Ditch The Underwire Bra's!

Mystical Essence: Herbal Medicine & Healing Therapies - Ditch The Underwire Bra's!

The Pancreas Reflex Point (Spleen-Pancreas Meridian Point) So, you may recall last week where I posted on to my Facebook Page (Mystical Essence Natural Therapies Practice) a note about wearing, or rather not wearing, underwire bras, and how this particular piece of clothing affects your health. Well, I promised Id explain a little more about this to you in a blog so here goes Our bodies are made up of lots of little pieces which makes up the Whole muscles; organs; tissues; water; chemicals; and so forth. It is activated or animated by a unique electrical system known the nervous system, as well as the energy systems known as chakras ( which Ill discuss another time) and meridians. Meridians are like mini train tracks of energy running through, and affecting, different parts of the body. Each meridian carries a particular type of energy about it, which then influences a particular aspect of the body. There are 12 main meridians, dividing the body into 12 separate parts, and each meridian controls one of those parts. Essentially each meridian can have a profound affect on the organ it flows through/governs. When a meridian is balanced, it resolves many issues pertaining to that organ, and can boost your overall wellness. Image Credit: Acupuncturists using these to balance the body and have a greater in-depth knowledge and appreciation of these meridians and their Qi (energy - pronounced chi) when working with clients, but as a BodyTalk practitioner, I too work with these to assist the body in healing itself. One particular point that presents as an issue to be worked on, is known as the Pancreas Reflex point (also known as Spleen 21 {Sp21}). It is located near to the area where the Great Luo or spleen meridian runs along each side of the body, and it helps to maintain th Continue reading >>

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