Some special balances
Whenever I think that something is going to be one blog I end up breaking it up into more than one. Blogs are supposed to be short; Bite-sized chunks for the busy reader. I think I am more suited to writing books. However, I am addicted to blogging and I feel so good when I have got something out of my head and onto paper. The problem is that it just frees up more memory in my brain and then the process is repeated. Anyhow, I have made peace with that. I think it is worse if one has absolutely nothing to say or to share.
One of the more “special” balances is to do with sabotages. Sabotages are part of what we all do. We have inner conflicts with many of our daily tasks, emotions and goals. A part of us really wants to do something and a part of us really doesn`t, so guess what part usually wins…. Let me give you an example. The scenario is this person is starting out on a new business venture which could bring in a huge amount of income and escalate quickly to the point where the business will have to be taken to the next level, work will have to be delegated, new premises looked at and extra people appointed.
The problem? Well, as an outsider you may wonder how there could possibly be a problem with that? Surely that would be what everyone wants? Well – yes and no, which is where the conflict arises and the sabotage kicks in. In Afrikaans we say: “Hy skiet homself in die voet” which literally translated means to shoot yourself in the foot.
Here are the things I asked: If you are earning that amount of money, why would it be a problem? Are you starting the business to remain mediocre or to be the best? Are you starting the business to make money or to just keep your head above water? The answers were to make lots of money and to expand. So where does the real conflict lie? The person comes from a background of wonderful working class people who earn salaries and have just enough to live comfortably. The religious background is typical of the group the person grew up in that depicts money as the root of all evil and having anything more than what is absolutely necessary as a sin as someone else could have used the money to survive. Now, how would this person fit into his/her family if they suddenly had enough money to buy a large house (as opposed to a moderate functional house)? Or if they could afford a smart car (as opposed to a mediocre car with 5 years of monthly installments or saving half a lifetime to buy your first decent car cash)? Or if they could eat out wherever they liked every weekend? How would they justify having all this money? How would they justify sending kids to private schools or extra murals of their choice? How would they justify having a full-time help at home while others had to clean their own houses? Would their existing friends still like them for who they are or expect hand-outs and help?
Wow! Huge issues! For anybody, I think who was not born into money and surrounded by people who have their own businesses and all of the above. So – a person with this type of conflict will always subconsciously sabotage their success. Every time they started making it, they will subconsciously create a crisis that will cause them to lose money and then get on the treadmill of people who are struggling to make it out there. People understand failure; other people are sympathetic and understanding if you fail which makes it more socially acceptable than becoming a wealthy businessman.
It took some convincing for the person to understand that one can do more for other people if you earn a lot of money and use some of it to better the living circumstances of those you love and still donate some to charity. People are employed by people wealthier than themselves so wealth creates jobs for others. Set an example to your children, friends and family of how one can succeed in life if you put your mind to it rather than how to merely survive on the bread line.
This sabotage balance uses both hands to muscle test on, utilizing both the left- and right brain. With muscle testing the affirmation is located by scanning a list. It could relate to the physical, emotional, educational, relationships, spiritual or just attitude to life in general. For example a muscle will hold strong if you say both the positive and negative of the affirmation, indicating that the body is indeed in conflict. An example will be: “I have vision” and “I do not have vision”. This affirmation is then stacked in circuit and the lists of possible corrections are scanned until the body indicates which correction technique must be used. At the end of the balance the muscles on both hands will hold strong for the positive affirmation but not for the negative one, indicating that the conflict has been resolved.
The next special balance is “Diffusing Genetic Interest Traits”. This is particularly helpful when directionless or stuck, together with some brain integration or on/off switching. Each phalange of the finger has 2 to 6 interests attached to it, like journalism, agriculture, engineering, gambling and a myriad of others. The diagram of the fingers is scanned to find which interest is the one to work on. Then another list is scanned to see what it is about that interest that has to be worked on. Is it that the interest is blocked? Opposed? Avoided? Suppressed? In excess? Attitude? Seen as a duty? Responsibility? An aspiration? Together with the person you are balancing an affirmation is found that incorporates the interest and what it is about it. Check whether the indicator muscle changes to see if this affirmation sits right. An example would be: “I will no longer suppress my interest in mechanics”. Muscle testing determines which hand needs to be used – left or right. Then the skull is scanned to find an appropriate spot which will indicate with a muscle change. The healer then taps this spot with one hand and does figure 8 eye rotations with the other while the person being balanced holds the point on the finger that corresponds to the interest indicated and repeats the affirmation while following the figure 8 movements with his eyes. This is done until the eye movements smooth out. tracking and genetics can also be brought in if the eyes will not smooth out in “present time”.
This was a really interesting balance.
The last special balance I am going to mention is the Polarity Integration. Now, I explained integration a few days ago in a blog titled: “Integration as never before explained”, so if this interests you you could first read that blog in the archives on the right of this page. The long and short of it is that the reflexes of the 3 different priority switching are touched to determine which circuit is switched off and not integrating. The brain integration has 2 points just below the collar bone, the up-down switching on the upper- and lower lips and the front-back on the navel and coccyx. Muscles are tested to see which side is weaker and this is the side you sit and work on. The body is completely “unplugged” to enable it to be “rewired” with a few techniques involving the head, knees and feet and circuits are unlocked by flapping the wrists and ankles. The fingers are spread into a “v” and placed above the ear with 2 on the front lobes of the brain and 2 on the back. The thumb is placed on the jaw or below the ear and these spots are also tested for to locate. The chest area is then scanned to find a priority spot which is often tender to touch. An emotion is stacked in and the priority spot together with the 3 points on the head and jaw are touched until all the energy is released. Scan for any more priority spots or another emotion and hold these spots as well. A few muscle checks should render strong muscles indicating that the balance has done its work.
This last balance is very draining and takes quite a long time to do but well worth the effort.
I hope someone somewhere gets some sense of what can be achieved in these balances and finds someone to help them do some corrections that can get them back on track in life, firing on all cylinders, as men would say.
Healing possibilities on all levels are possible if you put your mind to it and get some help. If you are stuck in a rut or feeling run-down, forget the pills and anti-depressants and take charge of your energy on all levels.
Until next time – take care!