Miasm Release Therapy MRT

In times of distress, the body creates energy defenses against what it feels will defeat or harm it. Traumatic experiences in this life or subsequent lives are perhaps the greatest reasons for such distress.

The energy defenses are created purely out of love for the threatened being. The energy may create a distracter from the current traumatic situation, thus allowing the being to forge through and survive the emotional stress often found in such situations.

When a being is injured beyond a certain point, it lacks the ability to then release the defense after the threat is gone.

MRt pix 2They then maintain a fight or flight status thus creating an environment for foreign energies to exceed their intended power. A miasm is thus created.

When a miasm stays with the body after the threat is gone, it continues to feel a need to protect, so it interprets many potentially positive experiences as continued threats. It will then create reactions that remove the threat or the being from the situation. The behavior is limiting when opportunities for growth are discontinued or prevented due to what the miasm interprets as a threat. At this point, the miasm ceases to be of value to the host. Miasms limit and prevent personal growth.

Miasm Release Therapy enables the recipient to reclaim their personal power. The therapist creates a safe, spiritual space and facilitates the recipient in encouraging the miasm’s energy patterns to leave the body and return to the light from whence it came. The therapeutic laying on of hands raises the vibration of the individual, thus creating an environment where only positive light beings can exist. Negative energy cannot function in such an environment and the miasm is forced to leave. Upon release, the recipient is free of the limitations the energy imposed and is able to move forward with personal growth. Miasm Release Therapy serves as a catalyst to support the recipient in claiming his or her divine right to live life without the restrictions of past defenses.

Characteristics of the miasm presence include mental disorders like depression, anxiety attacks, schizophrenia, negative behavior patterns, as well as slow or no personal and spiritual growth, repeated “accidents”, migraines, addiction, painful past injury sites, overall feelings of being held back or “possessed”, repeated negative situations, and more.

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What to expect during a session?

Miasm Release Therapy must be requested by the client and recommended by the therapist. Starting with an interview the therapist will discuss the session and preparation that is involved. The client may also need at least one day after the session to recover, as this can be very exhausting.

The environment should feel safe and conducive of relaxation. The session is done fully clothed or nude with draping; whichever is most comfortable for the client. The session may last from one to two hours and is performed by two therapists. A channeler may also be present if needed.

Sessions last about 1 hour and cost $220.00 for 2 therapists.

Ailments which Miasm Release Therapy can aid:
Musculo-SkeletalArthritis Backache Cramp
Ear Infection
Eye Problems Fibromyalgia Muscle problems Osteoporosis Rheumatism Sciatica Sprains/Strains TMJ Syndrome

Digestive and Urinary AilmentsConstipation Fluid Retention Indigestion Nausea
Ulcers Vomiting

Mental Health Disorders

Schizophrenia Phobias Panic Attack Multiple Personality Disorder Tourette’s Disorder Sexual and Gender Identity Disorders Personality Disorders Pain Disorders Eating Disorders Sleep Disorders

Respiratory and CardiovascularAllergies Asthma Cardiovascular Disease
Circulation (poor)
Edema
Fever
Hay Fever
High Blood pressure (hypertension) High Cholesterol Hypoglycemia Migraines Pneumonia Rheumatic Fever Sinusitis Sore Throats

Skin Disorders

Eczema Hives Mumps Psoriasis Tonsillitis

Terminal Illnesses

Alzheimer’s Disease Meningitis Parkinson’s Disease Tumors

Reproductive

Impotence Infertility Menopause Menstrual Problems Premenstrual Syndrome Prostate Pregnancy

Emotional & Nervous

Addictions Anxiety Autism Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Depression Epilepsy
Fainting
Grief
Headaches Hyperactivity (ADHD) Hyperthyroidism Hypothyroidism Insomnia
Manic-Depressive Disorder Memory Problems Neuralgia Phobias
Stress
Trauma
Vertigo