No Expertise Body Dowsing
Re: Is the book sufficient to learn all aspects or are you offering online or in person training? And once we find what the trauma is, does it just release once it’s acknowledged or is there a technique.for.it too?
Our Mind Reading For the Millions (Body Dowsing) e-book is the introductory volume.
Unlike other techniques, all subsequent volumes are anyone you Body Dowse.
Each human body is a flesh and blood ENCYCLOPEDIA (more accurate than Wikipedia).
80% of Body Dowsing is as easy as FEELING a pulse.
Only the remaining 20% is like READING the pulse, but for anyone who has leisure time, it’s OPTIONAL.
That’s why the book is titled Mind Reading for the Millions because the Cornerstone Technique requires no expertise whatsoever.
Even a professional Body Dowser can get extraordinary results without utilizing the optional 20%.
Another of our e-books, Compendium of Body Language Anatomy, provides general info about specific body parts and syndromes.
For example, ulcers often represent over-independence while simultaneously wanting to be fed and cared for.
That’s the commonest example, but Body Dowsing’s Cornerstone Technique is enough to discover if it’s true or not.
Anyone who aspires to Body Dowse professionally might consider reading Color Recycling: A Prism-er of the Hues & Whos, our e-book that helps pinpoint Cognitive Trigger Events.
Acknowledging the trauma occasionally provides instant relief, but usually one has to either “do the forbidden thing” (many times not the highest choice) or LOVE WHAT ONE DOES.
Example: Someone’s hands are arthritic because they crave to strangle their boss.
If they “do the forbidden thing,” prison time and worse trauma is probably in their future.
But if they cuss out their boss, throw their badge on the floor and spit on it (like I once did when I quit a company) and find a job they LOVE, their hands will be “healed” without unnecessary complications!
According to author and screenwriter Ray Bradbury …
“Now remember this, love is at the center of your life. The things that you do should be things that you love, and things that you love should be things that you do.”
Maybe you remember the time when Mose Allison sang the Willie Dixon song …
“I live the life I love, and I love the life I live.’