My week training in Geomancy and Earth Dowsing …….

July 2018 was the month I attended the most amazing week training in Geomancy and Earth Dowsing in order to understand earth energies and resolve issues in the environment. I appreciated first-hand how good clean harmonious energies can make the difference between doing and feeling poorly and blooming. It can affect your health, relationships and finances.

My husband and I were captivated by the enthusiasm, professional and personal transformation of our good friend and great energy worker Andre Sutherland, who attended the same course in 2017, and we decided it was something to be experience personally.

I had to wait a whole year, counting the months, the weeks and finally days that were separating me from this chapter to begin. Something inside was telling me it was going to be anything never experienced before and the waiting was full of excitement, frustration, joy and high expectations; event though I had no idea what was waiting for  me at the Ashdown Forest, East Sussex.

Adding to that, in my Kinesiology practice between 90 to 95% of my clients seem to be affected by Geopathic stress, EMF and/or Technostress and understanding better the issues and how to help them became almost imperative. To find out more about Geopathic stress and EMF please read  the blogs on my webpage “Geopathic stress – the link between Earth energy and our well-beinghttps://equilibriumvitae.net/contributor-of-the-month/april/ (by Andre Sutherland) and “Electromagnetic-frequencies-the-invisible-danger-to-our-health-and-wellbeing” https://equilibriumvitae.net/2018/01/30/electromagnetic-frequencies-the-invisible-danger-to-our-health-and-wellbeing/.

The whole week was spent sharing daily activities with a group of international students from the UK, Malesia, US and Switzerland and Jewels and Richards, our extremely knowledgeable and fun teachers, amidst the magic of Beech Hill Stone Circle.

We learned the grounding  theory and practice of dowsing the earth’s subtle energies such as ley lines, geopathic stress “black” or “sha” streams; drawing on the principles of Feng Shui, one of the most complete Geomantic systems still practiced and how to enhance the of quality of Qi (energy).

We discussed in more details Geophatic, EMF and Technostress and learned techniques to help reducing and neutralising these types of stresses such as avoidance, shield and curing.

We learned how to find Earth’s acupunctures points and geomantic rituals helping to heal, transform and manifest; how to design sacred spaces, cut wands, read auras, making incense and so much more.

We also visited different sites such as a 2,550 years old Yew tree, lakes and caves and a local village to read the Qi. We cleansed a couple’s property at the start of new chapter in their lives and dowsed another one for potential predecessor energies imprints as well as other type of energies that could have affected their new home.

The weather was merciful and permitted us to spend a lot of time outdoors, showering under the sky, enjoying live folk music by Jez Hellard & The Djukella Orchestra https://jezhellardthedjukellaorchestra.bandcamp.com/  around the campfire while watching the stars. We sat under the majestic trees on the fields cutting wands and re-energising in the stone circles while our nutritional needs were taken care of by Phil and Kay with delicious vegan recipes https://therawbuilder.co.uk/

There was a lot of sharing, laughing and crying around the fires under the ever present watchful eye of Nooo the Pomchi, the loving soul of Laika the German shepherd and Cricket the cat.

My heart fills with joy and gratitude every time I relive these memories in my mind. During these 7 days I was able to finally connect the dots of my life journey so far. It gave me more tools to help my clients with their health and I would highly recommend this intensive course to anyone with an inquisitive mind, anyone who feels an affinity to nature and those seeking different type of answers.

My deep gratitude goes to everyone that made this special week possible: my fellow students, Jewels and Richard, Phil and Kay, Russ, the Deers visiting us at night and all the ever present Spirits of Place.

I will never forget this experience, for it was transformational.

To know more about the place, the course and Jewels and Richard and their respective healing practices please visit https://www.landandspirit.net/

 

The Importance of Energy Free Flowing in our Meridian

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As a Kinesiologist I look at all aspects of a person – physical, emotional, nutritional and spiritual, to identify imbalances in the body. This means I work extensively with meridians and energies.

The meridian system, also known as the acupuncture system, has its basis in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is based on a set of interventions designed to restore balance to human beings. What is referred to as illness by Western medicine is considered to be a matter of disharmony or imbalance in TCM.

People come to me for a variety of reasons – with chronic pain, issues like IBS or even emotional illness, but people also come to see me without adverse symptoms. This is to keep their body in balance and free of energy blockages in order to prevent a physical manifestation of the blockage.

We have 12 meridians that are named according to their corresponding organs (stomach, spleen, heart, small intestine, bladder, kidneys, triple warmer, lung, large intestine, bladder, liver and gall bladder) and two additional meridians known as governing vessel and central vessel. If you are experiencing some digestive problems it is likely your stomach meridian has an energy blockage!

So what are meridians?

Meridians carry energy throughout the body much in the same way arteries carry blood. Energy is our life force. Energies flow through these meridians accessing all parts of the body and are responsible for all the body’s major organ systems.

If the energy flowing through is imbalanced in any way, the system it fuels is jeopardized and this may result in disease. This is why it is so important to remove any blockages and make sure that the energies flow freely in our body.

We can think of the meridian system as a giant web, linking different parts of our body together.

The meridians main functions:

– to connect the internal organs with the exterior of the body

– connect the person to the environment and the universe

– to harmonize the yin and yang principles within the body’s organs and Five Elements;

– to distribute qi (pronounced chee) within the body

You may have heard of yin, yang and qi, but perhaps you don’t understand that they are.

One of the objectives of Traditional Chinese Medicine is to keep yin and yang in harmonious balance within a person.

Yin: Often symbolized by water or earth, the yin is associated with femininity, darkness, passivity, receptiveness and the night; while Yang: Often symbolized by fire or air, the yang is associated with masculinity, light, activeness and the day. Both forces are equally necessary in nature and in human well-being, and neither force can exist without the other.

Taoist teachers also believed that there is a third force, primordial energy or qi (also spelled chi or ki). The interplay between yin, yang, and qi gave rise to the Five Elements of water, metal, earth, wood, and fire. These entities are all reflected in the structure and functioning of the human body.

The energy flow in our 12 meridians follows a specific time schedule with qi being more prevalent in different meridians at different times of the day. For example, the active time for the Liver Meridian is 1am – 3am so if you are waking up at this time every morning it is your liver telling you that it needs looking at!

This could be on a physical level and you may be need to be detoxing or it could even be on an emotional level showing that you may need to deal with anger in your life – as one of emotions associated with the Liver Meridian emotion is anger.

One important difference between the development of medicine in China and in the West a doctor might be interested in body weight, height and symptoms, the Chinese medicine practitioner looks at a patient holistically. Treatment will work to correct imbalances and disharmonies in the flow of qi.

Our bodies communicate with us and guide us to the root of the problem, but too often we don’t know how to listen or don’t understand what they are saying. My advice is that your body has the answer.

If you would like to find out how I can help you, or want to know more about meridians and energies please get in touch on Barbara@equilibriumvitae.net