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Cognitive Somatic Energy Practices
(Energy Psychology for Lay Practitioners)
A family of methods designed to strategically and methodically intervene with human energy fields in elevating physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing. These approaches are used by practitioners of coaching, energy healing, and health optimization. They are not to be construed as the practice of psychology, psychotherapy, or any other licensed healthcare practice, and as such are not to be considered a replacement for psychological care, diagnosis, therapy, or counseling of any kind. However, certain versions of these methods may be used by licensed practitioners of psychotherapy, counseling, and healthcare as part of an overall holistic approach to treatment.
A system of expanded perception gained through the development of the human sense of intuition. Clinical Intuition focuses on visualization skills and in-depth intuitive scanning to obtain information from the physical body and energy systems for health and well-being. It is designed to assist a practitioner in intuitively assessing imbalances in the physical systems of the body including thoughts, beliefs and emotions as well as in the energy systems of the body, including the auric field and chakras (part of the biofield). It looks closely at the influence of how these impact the health and well-being of the individual. (1)
Is the evaluation and support of the body, mind, emotions, and spirit based upon Chinese medical principles and skills derived through self-cultivation.
Qigong Practitioner: includes Qi transmission through non-touch and/or light touch methods and prescription of Qigong exercises and meditations. Cupping, guasha, moxibustion, external application of medicinal plants, eastern lifestyle suggestions, and other techniques, practices and adjunct therapies may be used by properly trained practitioners.
Tai Chi /Taiji
Uses a far eastern model of care including meridian system. Utilizes movement and breath patterns to promote balance within the body and as a result modulates electro-dermal skin response primarily along lymphatic system of the body of the client. This aids in the movement of the lymph fluid through the lymphatic system and promotes overall health and well being through the promotion of removal of toxic material from the body.
Dowsing is the exercise of a human faculty, which allows one to obtain information in a manner beyond the scope and power of the standard human physical senses of sight, sound, touch, etc. This is generally done with the aid of a hand-held instrument, such as a forked stick, a pendulum bob on a string, L-shaped metal rods or a wooden or metal wand. (1)
Laying on of Hands Healing
A form of adjunct health care which may support healing and can include spiritual experiences; promoting personal and transcendental experiences for the client.
Laying on of Hands Practitioner: Supports the creation of a personal/transcendental experience of connecting with our true nature/essential being; the wise, loving, powerful, creative entity that we have the capacity to be. Uses single or multiple techniques, which support a combination of body, mind, heart and soul to promote the healing of an individual.
Individuals who have experienced a natural opening to healing gifts/talents/techniques and some sort of increased sensing, who have developed one or more specific approaches or applications as a result of that opening, and are called by their heart, to share in the act of service, their individual methodology with others.
The act of using the vibrational fields of the human body to access information about other objects of animate or inanimate nature by establishing resonance with their fields, using specially calibrated instruments and a scale of qualitative measurement to decode this information.
A system of care using a spiritually sourced, human transmitted, pulsed electro-magnetic wave (usually moving at between 7-11Hz and at a voltage of .3 mV to 2.7 V) that travels through a practitioner into and around a client and supports relaxation, stress reduction, and harmony of the body systems.
Contemporary shamanic practitioners work with advanced compassionate spirits to alleviate pain and suffering and to restore power, balance, and wholeness to individuals asking for help for physical, emotional, and spiritual complaints.
Shamanic Practice: 1. Acknowledgment of the existence of spirits (souls), including advanced helping spirits of great wisdom and compassion; 2. Ability to alter one’s consciousness, most often through rhythmic percussion sound (particularly drums and rattles), and "journey" outside of time in order to interact with these advanced spirits in another reality and gain their assistance; 3. Offering, with appropriate training in shamanic healing methods, direct spiritual healing to individuals; 4. Such healing often involves the removal (extraction) of spiritual entities (“intrusions”) not belonging to the client, and the restoration of the client’s own spiritual power (soul retrieval) and power connections (power animal retrieval); 5. Consultation (divination) with the helping spirits on a person’s behalf, using various methodologies to connect with the spirits, in order to gain knowledge and useful information to assist the client in resolving life issues. (2)
(Note: This division is limited to non-indigenous practitioners as indigenous practitioners are covered under federal law.)
Full Spectrum Healing
Using multi-sensory pathways in appropriate combination with but not limited to: listening, body awareness, observation, dialogue, spirituality and guidance; the practitioner determines the needs of their client and utilizes visible light, near infrared, and other wave lengths of light and changes in voltage transmitted through various models, such as harmonic induction, and electro-dermal transmission to support the client.
Full Spectrum Practitioner: Sources information from listening, body awareness, observation, dialogue, spirituality and guidance and then determines support for their client. This includes but in not limited to: utilizing visible light, near infrared, and other wave lengths of light and changes in vibration and voltage transmitted through various models, such as harmonic induction, and electro-dermal transmission to support the client. The practitioner operates in frequency ranges that extend from 3 Hz to 8 GHz that can be currently confirmed through laboratory testing.
Spiritual healing can be defined as the direct interaction between one individual (the healer) and a second (sick) individual with the intention of bringing about an improvement in health of the individual through prayer and transcendent experience.The practitioner uses prayer and their personal connection to the divine (in the form which they perceive it), to support the clients understanding, ability to reconceptionalize personal experience in a positive framework, and transform the clients body/mind, and experience a change in the clients sense of themselves and spiritual perception, in the promotion of health.
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