There are over 100 types of arthritis and arthritis-related problems that cause a lot of pain for people, with the most common one's being osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and gout. They are debilitating diseases. Both orthodox medicine and alternative medicine try their best to address to diseases but, ultimately, are dealing with the symptoms only. Access Consciousness® offers three types of tools that allow a new possibility to show up with arthritis. These tools are: Access Bars®, body processes and verbal facilitation. I invite you to investigate how Access can assist in consciously addressing arthritis.
Book a Session In mathematics, the square root of minus 1 is an imaginary number as opposed to a real number, such as positive 1. But I'm not writing about maths here, I'm writing about a phenomenal Access Consciousness® Body Process that can unlock the imaginary places within the body. Yes, imaginary places. Remember, [...]
Book a Session Try saying that ten times in a row. A mouthful, eh? Anyway, this isn't about whether you can say some exotic tongue twister; it's about creating something new or uncreating something that shouldn't be there. What is Demolecular Manifestation and Molecular Demanifestation? Demolecular Manifestation and Molecular Demanifestation (DMMD) is an Access [...]
Book a Session Cellular Memory is an Access Consciousness® Body Process that is used to reverse the effects of physical trauma and scar tissue on the body. Like all the Access Body Processes, it is very gentle and requires only light touch, without pressure or manipulation of any kind. What can you use Cellular Memory [...]
Book a Session What's MTVSS? Its got nothing do with television or tactical vehicles. MTVSS is actually one of the oldest of the many amazing Access Consciousness® Body Processes. Like all the Access Body Processes, it is very gentle and requires only light touch, without pressure or manipulation of any kind. It feels [...]
Yesterday, I was running up a slight incline and I felt what I thought was something falling on my leg. I looked back and noticed there was nothing there and began to run again. At that moment, I realised what had happened, something had snapped in my calf muscle. It hurt; it really hurt. I [...]