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BodyTalk System TM
The BodyTalk System is simple, safe, non-invasive and fast.
Utilizing his extensive background in energy healing, Dr.
John Veltheim developed The BodyTalk System, an extraordinary
new medical paradigm, in Brisbane Australia during the mid-1990's.
Since then it has been used in countries all over the world
and continues to achieve remarkable clinical results.
(Muscle Testing) is used
to challenge a muscle because muscles go weak for a
moment when challenged with fear, grief or weak spots in
the body. As your BodyTalk Practitioner works through the
Protocol designed by Dr. John Veltheim, your muscle (through
your innate Wisdom) will give a weak response to places
that require re-synchronization at a physical, emotional
or symbolic level.
Muscle testing in BodyTalk is so gentle and light. Some
people say they can hardly feel the practionner's touch.
The client gets to lie down on a massage table during the
entire session with their arm (which is being tested) laying
by their side.
Muscle testing is a simply a keen observation of your
body. If it seems a bit mysterious, be assured that
it's not. Take the Aborigines in Australia, for example;
if you ask them if the following season will be wet or dry,
they are able to tell you. There is no mystery -- it's a
simple matter of keenly observing the world around them;
they observe the ants: if the ants build their anthills
on top, it will be wet (more specifically, there will be
four inches of floods because the ants built a four-inch
mound before starting their anthill). The mystery is "how
do the ants know?" not "how do the aborigines know?" Muscle
testing is not a perfect system but the benefits far outweigh
Linking is a technique
that connects one aspect of the body to another for re-synchronization.
The link is found through muscle testing. Although
the BodyTalk Practitioner makes the links silently, s/he
is able to connect with your Innate Wisdom and establish
areas that require a link. The question is "How does my
Innate Wisdom know what the Practitioner is saying if she
is doing it silently?"
The answer if best explained by relating what science is
trying to explain about "thought form." In order to prove
or disprove the power of thought form, the same bacteria
was put in two Petrie dishes; one was prayed over and one
was not. The bacteria in the Petrie dish that was prayed
over grew faster and larger than the bacteria in the dish
that was not prayed over. The Archives of Internal
Medicine published a study of 990 cardiac patients
showing that those who were prayed for fared better than
those who were not. The point is, thought form is valid
Tapping on the Head
is an old Hatha Yoga technique that activates the brain
into re-evaluating the state of health with regard to
the links being made, and repairing it.
Tapping was clinically proven to activate the brain when
Dr. Veltheim attached electrodes to the forehead of clients.
He muscle tested to initiate a connection with the Innate
Wisdom of his clients, made the required links, and tapped
the head, leading to a great deal of brain activity on the
biofeedback machine his clients were connected to. During
his experimentation, he found that random tapping did not
activate the brain, but that tapping done after establishing
the links identified by his clients' Innate Wisdom, activated
the brain (evidenced by the large peaks and valleys appearing
on the biofeedback screen).
Tapping on the Heart
Once the tapping is done on the head, the next step is tap
lightly on the heart. Dr. Veltheim found that the treatments
wouldn't hold if the tapping was just done on the head,
but that they held if he tapped on the heart directly after
tapping on the head.
Although the tapping technique is not clearly understood,
it appears that tapping on the heart, as an energy center,
stores the changes and information that the brain has reevaluated.
Through many means, science has discovered that the heart
is more complex than originally thought. A good example
of the complexities of the heart is exemplified in the book,
A Change of Heart by Claire Sylvia. She was
a fit and trim dancer who had never eaten at Kentucky Fried
Chicken in her life when, six weeks after a heart and lung
transplant, she drove straight to KFC and ordered nuggets.
She later discovered that the 18-year old who died and donated
his heart (the heart she got) had a fondness for nuggets,
and in fact, had some in his coat pocket at the time of
his death. Other similar experiences have prompted a more
in-depth examination of the complexities of the heart.
There is a saying in Yoga "perfect breath, perfect
health" and BodyTalk System uses deep breathing
to facilitate this incredible balancing technique.
The Practitioner will often ask you to breathe deeply because
breathing is one of the energy pumps, which expands and
contracts (it shifts our body and scans the body during
Another Premise that BodyTalk rests upon is that we came
to the earth with everything we need to heal. We just
need to "tap" into it.
If "Body Chemistry" (deals
with infections, viruses, parasites, toxins, food intolerances
and allergies) comes up as a priority for you, your navel
is used as a "lab" as it is a high energy center (you were
connected to your mother through the navel) – a Q-tip is
moistened with saliva and placed in the navel as your body
will be better able to "read" it from there.
If Hydration comes up
as a priority, a wet tissue will be placed in the navel,
or on an organ or part of the body as designated by your
Innate Wisdom to enhance hydration. Sounds crazy? So did
acupuncture when it was first introduced to North America
– what stick needles into my body? Now, on any given day,
there are more acupuncture treatments done in the world
than western medical treatments.
For More Information:
Yvette M.-C. Guy, n.d.
Certified BodyTalk Practitioner (CBP)
TRI Heart Communications
What BodyTalk Can Do
BodyTalk has been successfully used with:
- Stress/Emotional Disorders
- Infections, Viruses, Parasites
- Menstrual Irregularities
- Back Pain
- Learning Disorders
- Sports Injuries
- Digestive Disorders