Body/Mind and Energy
All living things surrounded by fields of energy. This field of energy is
part of who we are and helps us to function. This is what is being referred
to as Mind/Body and Spirit. These fields of energy have organization and flow.
If the flow is disrupted or becomes imbalanced, it can affect our health,
including the way we think and behave. This has been proven and documented
many times. Perhaps the most scientific approach documented so far is by Harold
Saxon Burr of Yale University and Cleve Backster, a polygraph expert.
The space around our body is filled
with energy fields.
The Energy Fields provide valuable information to every cell in our body,
telling it how to differentiate, what enzymes to produce and provide first
level of immunity against bacteria and viruses. Any disease process involves
to some degree male function of some energy fields. Any two people can be
in position such that their Energy Fields will interfere with each other.
This interferance sometimes translates into an intuitive "feeling" of one
person toward the other. Family tends to blend their Energy Fields and that
is how some diseases are passing from parent to children in a pattern that
is labeled "genetic heritage". While only a very few diseases have their roots
in DNA dysfunction, there are many diseases that are known to pass in the
family. In those cases, curing the problem is possible by attending to the
Energy Field dysfunction that was passed from the parent.
Interactions of their Energy Fields
between two people
All therapies, regardless of the method they use, produce an exchange of
energy between the therapist and the client. The exchange is guided by the
therapist's attention and intention processes.
In the following figure, a therapist puts a hand on the upper back of the
client. It can be part of massage therapy, physical therapy or chiropractic
maneuver. The difference between different techniques that treat the same
symptom is where they put the attention and not how they describe the problem
and their particular solution.
of the body of the client is manipulated by a therapist his/her energy field
interferes with the client's body. This causes an exchange of energies that
can be used to treat problems.
What makes a therapy technique valuable is not necessarily the technique
itself but the ability of the clinician to be aware of the energy process
and guide it through the attention and intention on the part of the client
that is causing the problem. Everyday another Energy technique sprouts with
some convincing results. The common denominator for all techniques is how
and where the attention is placed during the engagement. A Therapist that
can muster his/her attention and intention to solve the energetic problem
of the client can achieve significant changes regardless of the technique