How do you start your Colourpuncture session for best results? Does your correct diagnostic alone guarantee the therapy outcome? Sometimes…Oftentimes however, this is a question of an ‘open door’. Imagine, in a big building with a multitude of options you finally find the room you need, you are turning the handle trying to open the door to enter and…it’s not quite working. In cases of ‘gross imbalances’ (Yin/Yang; Sympathetic/Parasympathetic Nervous System; imbalance between mental and physical activity in person’s life) we need to restore an overall balance in the body first. And then we can ‘go in’ with whatever treatment we feel the person needs, based on our diagnostic results.
And why ‘oftentimes’? In these times, a natural balance between work and life, day and night activities, mental and physical are very far from what they are supposed to be from physiological point of view. So, a need of some ‘Intro’ to our Colorpuncture session ‘main course’ is a typical case.
All the same is absolutely true for any other therapy – we have to identify and address a ‘gross imbalance’ first.
Here is the video transcript:
“How do you devise the (Colourpuncture) treatment on the day? I like to work on a principle: ‘main course’, ‘intro’ and ‘finishing touch’. So basically you choose the treatment that they need and you know for sure – you’ve done your diagnostics, you talked to the person, here’s your medical history – you know what they need. The thing is: sometimes they might respond to this therapy; sometimes they might not. And if you know that for example this person coming not for the first time and they are generally quite difficult to get into relaxation or into some kind of responding to Colorpuncture, then you can add some ‘introductory’ treatment. You also add some introductory treatment when for example there are situations like what is called in Colourpuncture ‘laterality’. Laterality is when there is a marked difference in the person either of the day or on the long-term basis between left and right. So for example they might have a highly asymmetrical face – and this is a long-term obviously laterality issue or they might feel like one part of body or something on one part of the body left or right is hurting today which is situational, this is just for today. And then you choose one of your laterality treatments because laterality is quite a severe problem and if it’s present and it’s not balanced it’s not addressed FIRST then your main treatment might not reach the level it can reach potentially if you would have done it. It ‘opens the door’ if you balance laterality first. Another issue is ‘polarity’. Polarity is when there is a marked difference between let’s say head and the belly and pelvis or upper part of the body and the lower part of the body – and this is a major difference between Yin and Yang if you wish. And in this situation we need to go start with our polarity treatments – because again if this is not balanced if either Yin or Yang is really out of balance then our treatment which tends to be balanced in nature, it might not do what it can otherwise do for the person.”
If you are not sure how to choose the best Laterality or Polarity treatment out of the options available in Colourpuncture, ask me – I’m happy to help!
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