At your home
After an intake and first treatment at someone’s home we continue with distance healings, unless someone keeps moving when I stand behind someone with my hands at the height of the hips: the person is busy to find the right position or correct posture. They are realigning to their best possible posture. Therefore it has my clear preference to treat someone the first time at home and to see if there is a misalignment in the neck, back and/or hips. We try to correct that first before continuing.
From then on I can start treating someone from a distance. Healing three times at distance is usually the minimum, because one treatment in general almost never works that fast. As far as the further course of treatment is concerned, it appears that there is no difference between an ordinary treatment at home and a distance healing in terms of efficacy.
A distance healing usually takes between 25 minutes and 35 minutes. My hands indicate when I have sent enough energy.
Via Messenger or Whatsapp I make an appointment and we agree a time that I am going to distanceheal.
First of all, I want to know where the specific problems occur and before I start I, need a photo, where someone stands up in its entirety: both the front and the back. Also one photograph of someone’s face on which I can clearly see the eyes. After I am done, we have contact via Messenger, Skype or Whatsapp and I want to know if there is a change or improvement. The first few times I ask someone to sit down quietly with their feet on the floor. No legs crossed when I’m busy: the energy does not flow through the way it should. Usually after three consecutive days most people feel an improvement and sometimes the symptoms have already disappeared.
Duration of treatment
Some people can feel it when I treat them, but most of them do not. However, after a few treatments, they do feel improvement of their complaints. After three distance healings, it will be discussed as to how to proceed.
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