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March 01, 2011

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Resource allocation model explains so much about why some people just don't have the energy to heal. Promoting flexibility and providing supportive energetic freqeuncies can allow the brain to use its own wisdom for repair.

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Elene Gusch, DOM

This is fascinating; thank you for the material on PEMF, LENS, etc. I'm glad you've found some modalities that help you. However, the "putative" energy fields have been scientifically measured many times. The work of Valerie Hunt, for example, goes back decades. Qi is not just theoretical, far from it. A great source of information about this is "Energy Medicine: The Scientific Basis" by James L. Oschman.

Elene Gusch, DOM
Doctor of Oriental Medicine

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