Your Body is Designed to Heal Itself
This idea is not new. Our ancestors were well aware of this fact. Our current doctors are as well. The best doctors know when to stand back and let the body do what it does best. Heal.
How often do you hear someone say, ‘I just need to rest and let my body take care of itself?’
BodyTalk is an amazing system in that it stimulates the body to find balance and reconnect to its ability to heal itself. When we trust our bodies, they respond and repair themselves.
Energetic Circuits and Communication
Every system and every cell in our bodies is in constant communication with every other cell, atom and system within our entire body at all times.
This includes communication through the nervous system, and all the other subtle energy circuits of the body, such as the meridians and electromagnetic frequencies that are produced by the body through its everyday functioning. The stress we experience in our daily lives causes these circuits to become weakened, disrupting the communication between cells and systems.
BodyTalk works to re-establish energetic circuits and efficient communication, which allows the body to recover and catch up in the healing process. You’ll notice this in how quickly symptoms disappear and function returns, often within a few BodyTalk sessions.
The body is very intelligent. During a BodyTalk session, the body stores the changes made by the brain during the tapping process. This means that every formula or circuit that is corrected builds on the one before. Your body actually remembers the BodyTalk sessions it receives and your healing process will continue with each additional session you have.
Just as the body heals a wound with a particular sequence of bio-chemical, physical and energetic responses, the body addresses all healing in a certain order. This concept is vital in the BodyTalk balancing process which encourages the body’s ability to heal itself by the fastest means possible.
The BodyTalk Practitioner relies on the guidance of the body’s natural wisdom to not only locate the weakened or broken lines of communication and establish how to re-connect them, but also to find the proper order in which they are to be restored. This is accomplished through a form of neuromuscular biofeedback, by which the practitioner is able to ask the body yes-or-no questions and receive answers directly from the body about the sequence for re-establishing these lines of communication.