Is BodyTalk Safe?
The BodyTalk system has been practiced in many parts of the world now for several years. There are thousands of BodyTalk practitioners throughout the world who are now using the system on a regular basis. In all of these cases, the BodyTalk system has proved to be a totally safe and effective form of treatment. The reason for this is that BodyTalk treatment only involves rebalancing energy systems throughout the body—there is nothing invasive or dangerous about it whatsoever.
We do advise however, that BodyTalk is not a substitute for conventional medical care, and there may be times when consultation with a physician is required.
Why Does it Work So Well?
With BodyTalk, the practitioner does not need to diagnose the problem with the patient. The innate intelligence of the human body informs the practitioner which energy systems need to be rebalanced and in which particular order. In this vein, the treatment is in no way influenced by what the practitioner thinks is wrong with the patient.
When you consider that there are over a billion synchronized activities that occur in the human body every second, it’s not hard to see that the conscious mind of a practitioner may have some difficulty in determining exactly what is going on inside someone’s body.
This is where the BodyTalk system excels. The practitioner is relieved of this burden and the source of the problem is actually the provider of the information that is needed for the patient to heal. This is a key aspect of the BodyTalk system and one which we feel is probably the main reason why the system works so well.
How Was BodyTalk Orignially Conceived?
BodyTalk was originally conceived in Australia by Dr. John Veltheim. Dr. Veltheim has worked in and studied in a broad range of health care modalities for over 20 years, including traditional acupuncture, chiropractic, kinesiology, Reiki and bioenergetics.
In the mid nineties, he began to put together a treatment protocol to address diseases such as dyslexia, chronic viruses and infections, poor immune system functioning, allergies, poor blood sugar balancing, arthritis and musculo-skeletal disorders, organ dysfunction and general energy system imbalances.
This system was called BodyTalk and was based on the wisdom of advanced yoga, the energy dynamics of acupuncture, the clinical findings of applied kinesiology, and western medical expertise. Since that time, the BodyTalk protocol has been taught to many people in over a dozen countries around the world.
It has been expanding since these early days and the rate of new discovery within the BodyTalk paradigm is now increasing exponentially. We believe that the fundamentals of the system are so sound, that in the future its principles may well be integrated into mainstream health care.
Can Someone be Overtreated with BodyTalk?
No. The BodyTalk practitioner takes specific instructions from the innate intelligence of the body, which knows exactly what needs to be treated and in what order. In this vein, it is not possible for someone to be over treated with BodyTalk (even if a patient were to receive treatment that was not indicated as a priority by the innate intelligence of the patient’s body, the treatment would have no effect on the patient – positive or negative).
Are There Any Side Effects to BodyTalk?
BodyTalk involves tapping into the innate intelligence of the patient before treatment. In this vein, the BodyTalk practitioner is always aware what the patient’s body can safely deal with at any particular time.
Not surprisingly therefore, the clinical findings of BodyTalk treatment have shown that the system is totally safe. By virtue of the BodyTalk treatment protocol, the human body will not allow the practitioner to treat them for a condition unless it is perfectly safe to do so.
There are, however, some healing symptoms may that occur in certain cases. For instance, if a patient’s body is ridding itself of a virus, flu type symptoms may occur until this process is complete. Symptoms could also appear for a short time after treating parasites, toxins, and emotional releases. These are always short lasting however, and as stated above, the innate intelligence of the body is always questioned by the practitioner before hand to ensure that the body is capable of dealing with healing the particular condition.
Finally, insulin levels may need to be monitored after a blood sugar balancing treatment if the patient is a diabetic. BodyTalk practitioners know to never treat blood sugar on a diabetic unless the patient is capable of monitoring and adjusting their own insulin levels.