0042 - Anusuya Quinn - Eyes, Emotions and Everything Else - 2020-10-23

Episode 42 October 25, 2020 01:02:04
0042 - Anusuya Quinn - Eyes, Emotions and Everything Else - 2020-10-23
Tong Ren Podcast
0042 - Anusuya Quinn - Eyes, Emotions and Everything Else - 2020-10-23
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Anusuya Quinn

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Speaker 0 00:00:01 Okay guys, we should be up. I just need a second to, um, go back and check the website. Make sure I'm on. Sure. I have everybody's record.
Speaker 1 00:00:14 Yes, I don't have through Judy. Okay. So let me get the rest.
Speaker 0 00:00:23 See what the picture looks like here on my doll, standing in front of me, but we'll move it. Um, yeah,
Speaker 1 00:00:29 In a minute. Okay. So I have Marie Patrice, Judy. Okay.
Speaker 0 00:00:47 Hopefully I'll do all the, uh, regular treatment things that I do. I actually somehow erased my list.
Speaker 1 00:00:57 I had
Speaker 0 00:00:58 To build a new one this morning and I don't know if I got everything or did it the same way, but anyway,
Speaker 1 00:01:04 Yes. Okay. Sorry.
Speaker 0 00:01:08 I'm having a hard time copying this
Speaker 1 00:01:13 And we're going to start with emotions. We always do.
Speaker 0 00:01:20 We'll move on through. Okay. So people could keep it short and sweet. I always appreciate that.
Speaker 1 00:01:30 Yeah. Um, hand's been doing,
Speaker 0 00:01:34 I mean really well, I did something, I don't know what last night we had a disaster,
Speaker 1 00:01:44 So I suspect I did something right.
Speaker 0 00:01:46 Cleaning up the disaster. It's just my hand. It's not really my wrist anyways. Um, if people can keep it short and sweet, so I don't have to type a ton. That would be great. Shy, Sandra, each EHR. Okay. So see to both sides, we're starting on the net. We're opening the motor cortex. I haven't looked to see if we're actually up. It looks like we are with a time lag because I'm still looking at my doll and it's in my hand.
Speaker 1 00:02:21 Okay. Okay. So here we
Speaker 0 00:02:28 Go see to both sides
Speaker 1 00:02:32 In the motor cortex. Okay.
Speaker 0 00:02:35 GB 13, 14, right in left frontal lobe. So we work on relaxation, peace of mind. We saw the brainwaves. It's actually a form of brainwave entrainment. We also work on our memory or focus, good cognitive function
Speaker 1 00:02:51 And as well. So frontal lobe GV two
Speaker 0 00:03:01 For PTSD, for stress, trauma fight or flight survival instincts, things like fear, anger, grief. Um, we'll do some work with trauma. Also in a minute, we take it into the insular cortex. Some we're integrating mind, body, spirit. We are stimulating creative mind and also want to clear away any phobias, compulsive, tendencies, addictions, et cetera. So all of that on the insular, take it over to the left side of the frontal lobe, where we delete, take it to yin Tang. So emotional balance, intuitive guidance. Good for visualization. Tom uses yin Tang for the olfactory nerves. So part of his trauma works and he uses he in tagged I yang, TW 20 and GB eight for the hypothalamus. So we'll get those points. He was using a few others to start with, but he's gone to simple, easy the way Tom does. Um, okay. So again, in Tang, Tai, CNA open the facial area, the neck and shoulders from the SCMS up. So loosening neck, shoulders, jaw, upper back detox the system for the cheetah down the kidney Meridian. So we're clearing out, working free radicals. We're detoxing doing metabolism, work, doing all the systems from the immune through the, um, respiratory cardiac digestive genital urinary. We take it down the legs out through the soles liver three kidney wanted the soles of the feet, grounds us to the earth. Strengthens balances supports us. Okay. I'm going to get the glasses and do what we did the other day and put those on the cameras.
Speaker 2 00:05:02 Yeah.
Speaker 0 00:05:24 Okay. So we'll do this since we did it the other day and we had a bunch of, um, good things happen. Try it again. Okay. So, um, next we aren't doing endocrine. Maybe we're doing metabolism endocrine. So again, I know this list is a little bit different. Okay. Well that deep sleep in here too. Um, the relaxation, the pineal gland helps that the olfactory, but since I didn't do it with emotions, let's do it with the endocrine metabolism work. So triple warmer, 16 and 17, anybody doing chemo, radiation, and like to clean toxins out, rev up our metabolism also, um, any kind of detox doesn't have to be chemo. Drugs can be vitamins, can be environment, can be food, um, metals, whatever viruses. So clean it all out behind the ears, open up JB 22 growth hormone. So that is our metabolism. Also, I'm going to work balanced, healthy cell growth.
Speaker 0 00:06:50 The endocrine system. We have all those feedback loops in the pituitary gland as well here. So the feedback loops signal the endocrine organs. So we're opening up GB 22 to be all six and to print anything under <inaudible> taking it back. We're opening up right back through the motor, the sensory into the brain STEM. So over the top of the head where recharging the system, if you're having trouble with sleep, you probably also need a recharge. We can open the brain STEM for the circadian rhythms. We can do the brain STEM and intact. So in Tang is on melatonin. We produce melatonin for, um, sleep. Some people take it as a supplement when they have sleep issues. So again, the pineal gland, the brain STEM circadian rhythm occipital Ridge will open the traps, which also covers our thyroid parathyroid will open the, um, thoracic spine as well. So as we open that, we're opening up our breast or pancreas. So some of those other endocrine things, so we're taking occipital Ridge to GB 12. We are opening, um, under criminal, let's get C6 seven T one, two three, four seven. So things like Hashimoto's thyroid is autoimmune. We correct strengthen the immune function to balance the auto-immune issues.
Speaker 0 00:08:35 Open C6 seven for the thyroid parathyroid, Esther, the parathyroid ism is there, um, kidney 27, 26, 25, 24 21 also immune. So again helps with virus prevention. We'll do that separately. I know someone asked believe 15 <inaudible> um,
Speaker 0 00:08:58 So again, back in front work, the immune system back to C6 seven S T nine 10, again, thyroid parathyroid back in front, take it to T4 the breasts <inaudible> for blood supply down T eight for pancreas, which is endocrine and exocrine down into the lumbar spine. So open lumbo sacrals L one is adrenal. We want to open up all the male, female organs. So into El to take it through again, lumbar. So open up things like prostate and Demitria muter cervix, ovaries. I just slipped something out anyways, all of those, um, organs, and again, safer pudendal nerve opens right into the pelvic floor and also hips to toes of some of that, um, nerve function to Oregon's again, in the pelvic area, take S two through five. We can bring it behind the knees to the ankles. We can also take the kidney Meridian down, back to the pancreas again, and to connect Supreme kidney 20 stomach 21, right through the middle of warmers into the pelvic bowl, CB six, CB four opening again, the adrenals, the male female. Oregon's also opening up,
Speaker 1 00:10:21 Um, kidney 16 down, down to the
Speaker 0 00:10:27 Pudendal nerve stomach, 30 liver, 12 spleen, 12 back for the nerves to the pelvic floor. Take that down the legs down to the feet where we ground also helps
Speaker 1 00:10:37 Asleep kidney one. We pull it out
Speaker 0 00:10:40 Energy out through the soles, to the earth. It's deep relaxation. So really from in Tang, that point for the melatonin in Tang brainstem right down the kidney Meridian to the feet again, liver three kidney one. So we've got all that, um,
Speaker 1 00:11:00 In one here.
Speaker 0 00:11:01 Okay. So that was metabolism. Endocrin deep sleep. We're going to do brain circulation, neurologic and energy building nets. So it's going to cover things like neuropathy,
Speaker 1 00:11:13 Um, spinal stenosis, um, cetera. Okay. This camera's a little skewed. Make it to mess with it too much, but it's also crooked. Okay. So we'll do this next. The mom, I don't know if I have a request. No, I have through Marsha and Bruce. Yes. Robin, Diane and Anna. Good morning. Oh, okay. Time grabbing the request. Okay. These to the list. Keep going. Okay. Happy. Momma's perfect. None sure. Bruce is lungs. Yes. Okay. Casey's wife, Sandy. And with Judy. Um,
Speaker 0 00:12:53 Okay. I think I have everybody highlighted Owen, Marie Patrice. We took you there
Speaker 1 00:12:57 Also G okay. So let's keep going. Um, Brandon
Speaker 0 00:13:07 Circulation, neurologic and energy building is nuts. So let's open up 10 Dom front of the net and FCMS up. So we're opening the circulation to the brain,
Speaker 1 00:13:21 Opening up the, um,
Speaker 0 00:13:25 Right at arteries at sky window, somewhere opening <inaudible>
Speaker 0 00:13:32 Opening the prettier liberal basil or up to the brainstem brainstem works on our, um, dopamine, basil ganglia, basil, or arteries. So for things like Parkinson's, we want to work dopamine production. We also have circulation on the brain STEM. So did the circle of Willis, but regulates all the circulation in the body. So circle of Willis is just brain circulation. Um, but our blood pressure, heart rate, anything related to circulation or respiratory actually is regulated on the brain STEM. So we were open right back across the top of the head and back into the brain STEM. We had the triple warmers as part of our, um, SCM work, but we go back to the triple warmers forward to GV 22, where we regenerate regeneration and nerves and cells. Um, we want to open again the motor sensory. So GB 21, 20 and 19 association is between the two of them. Also the L six, seven, eight back through the brain STEM all the signal and nose through the brain STEM,
Speaker 1 00:14:50 Um, brain circulation, neurologic energy building. Okay.
Speaker 0 00:14:58 So we usually get the nerves here. So let's do the neocortex loop. GB six back to 12 is all our facial nerves. We can take the occipital ranch did GB 12 into C5, C6 seven, the brachial plexus for all nerve radial, medial nerves, also long thoracic for the nerves to the diaphragm. So T six with ally 17, CB 17. So we get diaphragm back and front. Um, okay, let's go back. Spinal artery. So starting at GB 12, we want to open up all the way down the spine opening spinal artery, head to toe sympathetic nervous system goes to the Oregon's, but
Speaker 1 00:15:42 It really opens up all, um, all of our nerve function. So great
Speaker 0 00:15:50 Circulation, neurologic energy bill let's take T seven down L four five sciatic nerve put Dando S two through five. So we're opening up the nerves down the legs, um, both down the sides of the legs on the sciatic X, take it behind the knees helps open low back again. So also going to help that nerve function down to the ankles Vegas nerve, we take the root on the brainstem, take it to GB 12 to L I 18 Vegas innovates, chest abdomen, GI tract down in the, um, pelvic area. So open up the already got phrenic to diaphragm Vegas
Speaker 1 00:16:33 Down there,
Speaker 0 00:16:35 I guess, innovates the respiratory, the cardiac,
Speaker 1 00:16:38 All these, um,
Speaker 0 00:16:41 Organs that we need for life function. So it's basic life function that if something, if it stopped, we would just die. So that's part of why the Vegas nerve is so important.
Speaker 1 00:16:57 So
Speaker 0 00:16:57 Anyways, we're opening from Vegas noun, we're balancing immunes, which also clears the inflammation on the upper thoracic spine in the upper kidney Meridian from the chest down. Um, let's bring that down to the hips down to potential stomach, 30 spleen, 12 liver 12, take it down to the knees, to the ankles and the feet. And as we bring it down the legs and down the spleen already, and we're working the circulation all the way to the toes to liver three and kidney one. Okay. So we will do sinus eyes, ears, nose, throat right now. So we're going to start on the neocortex loop. We're opening up all the nerve function again, to all of those areas in the facial
Speaker 3 00:17:50 Region. Let's do the triple warmers, 16, 17 to balance metabolism, detox. The system ramp up the metabolism, work on the growth hormone for healthy regeneration. Healthy cells can be again, nerve regeneration or organ regeneration. Um, in this case, so many ways we're opening GB 22, let's open 23. Also let's take it right down to the, um,
Speaker 4 00:18:23 Olfactory. Let's open the GB 21 back motor. So the motor nerves, the association cortex, the center
Speaker 3 00:18:39 Cortex. So the sensory nerves really, um, relate to these particular areas along with the skin. So we do a lot of sensory work with this, but things like tenderness. Um, Robin has ringing in his head. We work that here. Um,
Speaker 4 00:18:57 Just that sort of tendency
Speaker 3 00:18:58 To be overstimulated by
Speaker 4 00:19:03 Electronics, by, um, a lot of sensory input. So we want to come the sensory down
Speaker 3 00:19:17 Again. We did neocortex brainstem. We also have the visual cortex on the brainstem to the eyes. We had the gay center about GBA. When we did the neocortex loop, the occipital Ridge again opens lower part of the neck. So it's going to open up
Speaker 4 00:19:33 Throwed area, um, for Marie Patrice. Okay.
Speaker 3 00:19:40 We can open brainstem to GB 12. We can open, um, CNN seven and 11 to the throat. We can open see one through seven facial arteries and take that around. So we're going back to the facial area in Tang, Thai yang. <inaudible> for the eyes, the sinuses BL three, let's go four, five, six, six is Burton, motor mirror neurons again. So the collective,
Speaker 4 00:20:08 Um,
Speaker 3 00:20:11 It was explained very well by mirror neuron theory,
Speaker 4 00:20:15 Um, which I'm not
Speaker 3 00:20:16 Going to go into too much right now. Anyways, we're taking, so we did the Tang gang C an eight, again, around the nose, the sinuses, the teeth, the gums, the throat C6 seven also helps with calcification along with st nine 10 at the throat. So that's going to also work on bone health in the jaw,
Speaker 4 00:20:40 Teeth, et cetera. And let's take all that she, we can
Speaker 3 00:20:45 Do. T one, two, three, four, kidney 27, six five, four 21. Clearing the inflammation again in any of these areas, take the chief from the chest kidney 27, pull it down right back to the feet where we grounded that liver three kidney, one virus prevention, immune and joints is next.
Speaker 2 00:21:09 Um, okay.
Speaker 3 00:21:13 Okay. Good morning, Esther. Oh, Janet. Sorry. Um, I already said good one.
Speaker 2 00:21:23 Okay.
Speaker 3 00:21:26 Um, we did the, uh, well, the EMS will be here. We did the neurologic and we'll do it. You know, again, when we do,
Speaker 2 00:21:34 Um, the
Speaker 3 00:21:35 Parkinsonian Janice, which gets the ms and ALS.
Speaker 2 00:21:40 Okay. Let me put that one down.
Speaker 3 00:22:14 Can we Coco? I see you're on. I don't think I saw our request. Okay. Let's go back. We will be doing cardiac respiratory, which she'll be good for you. Okay. Virus prevention, immune and joints is next. So virus prevention. Let's start at email. Let's get, he may in GB 12.
Speaker 2 00:22:44 Okay.
Speaker 3 00:22:46 So we're opening parotid gland for salivary glands opens the GI tract, opens anything wider base,
Speaker 2 00:22:59 Um,
Speaker 3 00:23:01 Triple warmer, 16, 17 clean out metabolism. Take it to the 22 balancing cell growth through the system. Opening back to the brain STEM cardiac respiratory be on nine GV 17, open up G B12, the occipital Ridge open up. Um, the occipital Ridge is be all nine and a half to GB 12 opening up the T1 T2 T3 T four T seven, kidney 27, 26, 25, 24 21 works. Immune clears inflammation also opened up the lungs, the airways six, seven long thoracic. Take it to teeth. Six diaphragm phrenic, ally 17, CB 17, also diaphragm long, one long to opening lungs on the front, back to the, um, again, long thoracic, let's take it to T five and six T five is the heart. T six is the pericardium. Um, and actually the long thoracic goes to the pericardium, not to the heart itself. You don't want to forget that here. Um, then let's go back. So we got the immune points front and back. So from those immune points, let's go into joint C5. Six, seven is brachial plexus, opens the shoulders, take it down, arms to elbows, wrists, hands fingers, take T seven down to the lower body. Open up again. The hips. Um, let's take the nerves as well. So open the sciatic, the pudendal we can open the hips. We can open the femur head, take it down behind the knees, ouch point for joints, but also opening up the low back and the, um,
Speaker 4 00:24:58 Ankles. So the back of the feet, it lots of giants in these,
Speaker 3 00:25:06 Um, areas. Really all those little tiny bones and our ankles or wrist, et cetera, we can open subclavius right.
Speaker 4 00:25:15 Arteries. Bring it down the arms to the hands. So good circulation. Okay.
Speaker 3 00:25:25 We opened the immunes on the front. So we're taking that down to the hips. Again, opening up femur heads, opening up
Speaker 4 00:25:36 Dental, nerve stomach, 30 liver, 12 spleen 12,
Speaker 3 00:25:41 Take it down. The spleen Meridian to the knees, spleen nine and 10 liver, eight stomach 36 GB 34. Take it to GB 39 outside the ankles inside ankles, types of feet
Speaker 4 00:25:55 Liver, three kidney.
Speaker 3 00:25:57 One comes out. So scratch.
Speaker 4 00:25:59 I'm doing strengthening, balancing, supporting recharging below the knees, as well as opening GI.
Speaker 3 00:26:09 Let's take that back to the lower Don tans and store the Shi. So we have lots of energy for self-healing lots of energy to get through our days. Take it right back to the ground, out through the soles,
Speaker 4 00:26:22 The feet kidney one. Okay. Respiratory cardiac. And we do
Speaker 3 00:26:30 Digestive with weight genital urinary. Then we do emotions again. Um, and then we go in and treat the cancers, the ALS, the ms.
Speaker 4 00:26:41 Et cetera.
Speaker 2 00:26:44 Okay. So
Speaker 3 00:26:48 It looks like I have everybody.
Speaker 3 00:26:52 I have no idea, obviously, Facebook. I can't really, I can't even really open anything other than my stream when I do this. So it's not that I intend to exclude them. Um, but those of us that are running streams on our laptops, um, have a hard time running more than that generally. So anyways, that's what goes on with that and why we don't always see you guys. We don't mean to leave you out respiratory cardiac. So let's go brainstem beyond nine GV 17, open the brain STEM again, cardiac respiratory heart rate, blood pressure regulates the breath.
Speaker 2 00:27:35 So all
Speaker 3 00:27:36 Along the back of the head, we can go to 10 dong and the SCMS up. So front of the net opened up circulation to the brain, to the brain STEM to the circle of Willis.
Speaker 2 00:27:53 So we've got S T 11, 12
Speaker 3 00:28:02 S I 16, 17, TW 16, 17 back over the shoulder blades, GB 20. So again, as we open up the neck and the shoulders we're loosening them for better bioelectrical flow. We can go to the bioelectrical seated GBA. We're opening them for better nerve function and circulation, and actually nerve function is actually bioelectrical also because the gateways are biochemical. The biochemistry changes the voltage. You need a certain voltage for the nerves to work properly, and our cells grow properly with the right voltage. So we want to, um, have a good, excuse me.
Speaker 2 00:28:59 Yeah.
Speaker 3 00:28:59 Bio electrical flow through our systems. Okay. So we opened all that circulation. We are taking it back to the brain STEM again, let's open up the GB 22 for the growth hormone and the healthy cell metabolism. So healthy new cells for the lungs, for the cardiac let's open up. Tom's been talking a lot about calcification. So back across the top of the head, through the brain STEM, um, C6 seven S T nine, 10 regulates calcium. So calcium builds in our blood and our vessels, as well as other places, we get a little in places like breast, et cetera. So let's calcium balance. See five, six, seven goes back to the diaphragm. Also. Um, LA 17 goes to the diaphragm. So back in front to T six and CV 17 kidney 22 for ground, and also diaphragm. Let's go into T1, T2 T3. So two and three for lungs, airways and limp, T 45, heart and vessels T six, diaphragm pericardium T seven, blood supply to the lower body taking, um, front again, the Vegas nerve innovates, the lungs and the heart. We're taking Vegas from the brain STEM to GB 12 to Lai 18 kidney 27, 26, 25 focus, 24, 23 focus or anyone, and bring that and take it down. The Prudential nerve, um, T I mean, take it down the, um, down to the pelvis, to the hips and down the spleen Meridian. So we're working the circulation all the way down the legs. John, I'm sending it to your legs, bring it to the ground.
Speaker 3 00:31:02 Two liver, three kidney, one digestive weight balanced, Janet or urinary is next. Okay.
Speaker 2 00:31:16 Um,
Speaker 3 00:31:23 Think I have everybody's requests. Beverly, did you give any requests? Probably my sister gave me one on my phone. Okay.
Speaker 2 00:31:34 Okay.
Speaker 3 00:31:36 So digestive weight, genital urinary let's do you mean pre-digestion and water-based Oregon. So bladder, kidney. So also genital urinary <inaudible> Triple warmer, 16, 17 balances metabolism. So we're cleaning out the metabolism, revving it up, helps balance. Our weight also helps balance endocrine, endocrine, endocrine organs can play a part in weight balance also.
Speaker 2 00:32:15 So
Speaker 3 00:32:16 Let's open up the, um, GB 22, which we'll come back to as part of the signaling mechanism for weight. So the signals come up here into the brain. So GV 22, excuse me. Also growth hormone and cell regeneration. So things like Berets, um, colitis, crones, et cetera. We want to regenerate healthy cells in the GI tract. Let's open the,
Speaker 1 00:32:46 The GBTA
Speaker 3 00:32:49 22 GB 23, um, endocrine, a lot of the male, female organs are endocrine base. So B L six
Speaker 1 00:33:00 21 all the way back to the brain STEM again. You mean GBTA?
Speaker 3 00:33:10 Well to C5 six, seven diaphragm L I 17 diaphragm CB 17. When we opened the diaphragm, we are working on oxygenation, but we're also working to open up the abdominal region. So it has an effect on the, um, GI tract in our digestive systems. So let's take T one, two, three, four, seven, kidney 27, 26, 25, 24, 21 clarity inflammation. Um, bring it to <inaudible> blood supply down eight through 12 L four, five opens up the GI kidney 23 down opens GI middle warmers at stomach 21 to 25 stomach, 25 to 30 through the lower GI tract. Let's open up <inaudible> whole lumbosacral. So again, we're getting, um, our endocrine organs that are both male and female. We're getting the lower GI tract. We're getting the whole genital urinary system really through the lumbar sacrum, the pudendal opening S two through five behind the knees, opens the pelvis to the ankles.
Speaker 3 00:34:27 Again, Vegas innovates, the whole GI tract brainstem GB 12 L 18 Vegas. And bring that down kidney 27 down again. We want to focus kidney 23 down CB Meridian, stomach Meridian, kidney Meridian, take it to Prudential. Um, stomach 30 liver, 12 spleen 12, take it down the legs, take it back below the knees, recharge the batteries back to the pelvic bowl. The lower torn DNS, take two T six, kidney 22 stomach stretch receptors. And grelin take that signal up to the brain STEM, take the signal all the way to the hypothalamus. So we're telling the body we're hungry, or we're not bringing it to the insular cortex. Take it back to yin Tang, take it to CNA, take it to subclavians take it to kidney 27 and bring it right back
Speaker 0 00:35:38 To the feet. So again, we're opening the middle warmers. We're opening the pelvic bowl back in front. We're bringing the cheetah the feet and back right out through the soles where we ground at liver three at kidney, one emotions and trauma. We've done already. We'll do it again. Just the points this time. See to both sides, GB, GB 13, both sides, 14 boats. <inaudible> right down to the penny of land
Speaker 1 00:36:23 Insular
Speaker 0 00:36:25 In Tang, tying CNA, SCMS up, take it over the shoulder blades back to all factory at CN one, which is the intern tying upside the eyes TW 20 above the ears
Speaker 1 00:36:56 And GBA
Speaker 0 00:36:58 For the hippocampus. So our memories are here. Take it back to the brainstem. Open the occipital Ridge open G B12 neck, shoulders. Anti-inflammatory back in front, take it back to you. In Tang, focusing on the olfactory nerve to release trauma also helps balance. Sleep helps with our intuition. So emotional balance here, back to CNA and all the way down the kidney Meridian out through the soles. So liver three, kidney one, we're going to do perfect blood next. So we're sending that to Yon and to happy. Mama can also send it to the folks from the Quinsy groups or Julie, Laura,
Speaker 1 00:38:11 Um,
Speaker 0 00:38:14 Anybody whose blood we're working, there's someone online.
Speaker 1 00:38:19 Mm.
Speaker 0 00:38:20 Anna, if someone else online anyway, so we're doing blood. Let me see if I have everything I need.
Speaker 1 00:38:28 Um, highlighted.
Speaker 0 00:38:31 I'm going to do genital with cervix and skin. We're going to do lymphoma
Speaker 4 00:38:36 Where we're going to breasts
Speaker 1 00:38:43 Lungs. That might be it
Speaker 4 00:38:48 Unless there's more requests. Good morning, Kim. So we're, haven't done the scan yet. There you are. Beverly. So you were on yep. We've done the low back pain. We've done the thumbs, the itises and the weight balance.
Speaker 1 00:39:04 Yep. Okay.
Speaker 4 00:39:08 I may add these to the list and we'll keep going. We'll do these other things
Speaker 1 00:39:15 20 minutes. Okay.
Speaker 4 00:39:22 I can feel that. I just did the relaxation work yawning. That happens a lot with me.
Speaker 1 00:39:31 Okay. So here we go. Um,
Speaker 4 00:39:42 What happens with a lot of the cancer work is that we use same points over and over because some of the work is common to all of the treatments. Um, and then we send it specifically to the area that we're needing to work on. Okay. So Yon, happy mama. Here we go. Triple warmer and 16, 17, again, to balance our metabolism helps to, um, open our circulation, helps to rev the metabolism up. We want to balance all the cell growth, so working growth hormone. So again, anything, um, all of these issues are abnormal growth. So that's, um, why we always send the metabolism work. So GV 22, 23, again, growth, hormone and metabolism. <inaudible> endocrine. The clotting factors are endocrine taking it. Um, back again, across the top of the head opens the whole spine helps to open the whole sympathetic nervous system, taking it through the brain, STEM into the occipital Ridge into GB 12 to C6 seven for the clotting factors, T one two three, four seven, kidney 27, 26, 25, 24 21 getting the immune system.
Speaker 4 00:41:11 So we're balancing T cells, B cells, which are immune function. We are working on blood and bone marrow, as well as the spleen on some of those points, both back and front, um, clearing any inflammation, strengthening the immune system specific to the blood. We want to, um, C seven T one T seven T nine T 11 and L two. So we're opening nerve function to all the organs involved in our blood production. We also want to open up the chest down. So kidney 21. Again, we have that bone marrow and our cell regeneration, I'm sorry, kidney 27 bone marrow kidney 21 is spring or white cells. So we are taking it from the chest. Again, we can open the phrenic, ner the Vegas nerve balances, the digestive, a bunch of those, um, organs are part of actually the GI track involved in our blood. So things like our, um, liver stomach, small intestine, all play a part.
Speaker 4 00:42:31 So we're opening all that up. We're pulling the energy down to the feet again, we're grounding it. We want to recharge for everybody. So below the knees is also the lower GI tract. So for Yon, it's always a good idea to send some cheat down into those, um, lower GI intestinal organs as well. So for the blood, but also for the, uh, actual organs. So we're filling up the lower Donte NS. We're pulling the G back to the feet. We're grounding the energy at liver three and that kidney one again, to strengthen balance and support.
Speaker 4 00:43:19 Okay. We're doing tremor with Parkinsonians. Good morning. Um, Dolly, we've done the shoulders. We've done the low back. We've done the joints. We've done the weight. So all those get done. Um, okay. Okay. So, like I said, we're going to do the neurologic again. Okay. So let's start at the brainstem, be all nine GB 17 opens basil ganglia. Bessler arteries opens the brain STEM dopamine production. Let's do 10 dong and SCMS up. So starting at the front of the neck up, open the brain circulation again, but we're also loosening the neck and the shoulders. So again, we're getting that bioelectric flow
Speaker 3 00:44:32 Going, which is part of our nerve function. We're also opening again, the circulation
Speaker 2 00:44:42 And the nerve function.
Speaker 3 00:44:47 We want to get all of that going and back to the brain stone for the Parkinson's and the tremors triple warmer, 16, 17 GV 22 for regeneration. So we want to regenerate nerve tissue nerve function.
Speaker 2 00:45:03 Um,
Speaker 3 00:45:07 We want to open the motor and sensory for any of these issues, ALS Parkinson's or ms.
Speaker 2 00:45:13 Okay.
Speaker 3 00:45:16 Opening the nerve pathways through the brain STEM opening, um, the neocortex loop, getting all the facial nerves, GB six to 12 from GB 12, let's open C one to seven, get the facial arteries as well. See five, six, seven opens, brachial, plexus and long thoracic. So long. Thoracic goes to the diaphragm. T six L I 17 goes to the diaphragm, CB 17 and kidney 22 C5 six seven is the brachial plexus opens again. The shoulders, bring that down. I'll know, radio, medial nerves, all the way down to the fingertips, opening up. <inaudible> our blood supply to the lower body. We also want to open up hips. We want to open up the knees. So we're really working all these joints for good flexibility and mobility. We take T seven down. We open all four and five again. Good for both Marcia and Bruce as well. Pudendal S two through five behind the knees is an outpoint behind the ankles.
Speaker 3 00:46:30 As an ouch point opening, we got the phrenic. Let's get the Vegas, the anti-inflammatory from Vegas. So L 18 kidney 27, 26, 25, 24, 21 Claire's inflammation anywhere in the system. In this case, we're taking it again. Subclavians down the arms to the hands and the fingers. We're taking it down from the Prudential stomach, 30 liver, 12 spleen 12, take it down to spleen. Nine, 10 liver, eight stomach, 36 GB 34 around both knees, GB 34 to 39 down at the ankles inside the ankles and out tops of the feet. Liver three kidney one. Okay. So that was happy. 2020. We did the thyroid. We've done the nerves. We've done brain circulation, hormones, bowel function. We've done on our shoulder work. We've done eyes. We've done lung health. We did COVID pretension prevention. I skin heart, heart, prostate, knee, Cynthia. We are doing genital cervix and skin cancer followed by limp, followed by breasts.
Speaker 1 00:47:51 Okay. Um, okay. So here we go. Okay.
Speaker 3 00:48:03 Again, we have all these things that are common to all of the, all of the work and then separate. So this we'll do, um, skin skin. I'll also cover breast. We'll do breast separately, but you guys will get double, um, work when we do the skin. Kim will send this in to you. Um, so again, some of this is just common to all the treatments. We're just kind of doing some of these things over and over. Triple warmer, 16, 17 works metabolism GV 22, 23 growth hormone, healthy balance cell growth, endocrine signals take it to <inaudible> endocrine system and to crane, Oregon's take it to motor sensory nerve pathways. So Tom talks a lot about how much of what happens in our body is actually, um, nerve related nerve blockage. So we want to make sure all that's opened up. We're also recharging the system. So just charge up the batteries, pull in the cheek, right through the top of the head and wash it to the feet.
Speaker 3 00:49:09 Open it from the brain STEM into the occipital Ridge into GB 12 into C5, six 76 diaphragm opposite Genatian. So ally 17, CB 17 does the same on the front. We know cancer won't thrive in a well oxygenated environment. So we want to oxygenate all the cells in our body as prevention, um, and also to just send the right kind of signals. So we're opening, um, T4 for skin. He seven for blood supply down, let's go L two S three. So those would be the focus points we've already got, um, are so T four kidney 24, background T one, two, three, four seven, kidney 27, 26, 25, 24, 21 Claire's inflammation, balances immune. Take that down again. We can do the whole lumbosacral area, um, again, back front, but we really focus on L two S three also S two through five pudendal nerve goes into the pelvic floor behind the knees, opens the low back area again. So still helps to open the pelvis, take it to the ankles again, frantic and Vegas. Bring that right down the nerve function
Speaker 4 00:50:42 Or the chest, the immune system for the heart lungs,
Speaker 3 00:50:50 Bringing it right through the middle of farmers. Focus <inaudible> kidney, um, 16 adrenals down, 15 focus and, um, kidney, no.
Speaker 4 00:51:03 Or 10 kidney, 10, um, spleen, 12 liver,
Speaker 3 00:51:12 12 stomach 30. Put Daniel again
Speaker 4 00:51:16 Below the knees to the feet back below the knees,
Speaker 3 00:51:21 Back to the outpoint in the pelvic
Speaker 4 00:51:23 Bowl filled a lower dantians. So
Speaker 3 00:51:27 We're recharging the batteries, recharging the system, pulling the cheetah, the ground.
Speaker 4 00:51:33 It's liver three and kidney one.
Speaker 3 00:51:38 Okay. Jean, your next C one, two three T one, two three L one two three S one two, three,
Speaker 4 00:51:48 Open, triple warmer. 16, 17 G
Speaker 3 00:51:54 2223, B L six. Open again. Motor sensory brain STEM OEMing. So the brain STEM, we do the brain STEM cells for all of you. That's another piece. So Tom has this work metabolism. He has this work brain STEM cells, the ghrelin hormone, the oxygenation.
Speaker 4 00:52:15 I want to say there's one more thing anyways. Um, so back
Speaker 3 00:52:24 Back in the occipital Ridge for gene underneath the brain STEM cells,
Speaker 4 00:52:30 Back to the GB 12
Speaker 3 00:52:35 In, through the neck and the shoulders, T3 and kidney 25 are the focus points for the limp. And we're going to take that right back down. <inaudible> we're going to open Prudential nervous two through five behind the knees to the ankles. We're opening frantic begus on the chest, bringing it down again. We're taking it right to the ouch point in the lower right groin area. We're bringing all that energy, the lymphatic right down the legs to the feet, especially the right side, open spleen, nine, 10, right down to the ankle feet. We want to take it to liver three out through the soles kidney one up below the knees recharge the batteries back to the lower Donte ends. We're also bringing all that lymphatic fluid back up to the thoracic duct where we recycle. So take it right back to the pelvic bowl, through the ouch point, through the middle warmers, through the heart, chakra up to the thoracic dock. And I'm right back out, kid, the souls where we ground out liver three at kidney one, we're doing breaths. So we're regenerating. So we're working on Xani. We're working on Murray, Patrice working one Judy in Germany, working on Casey's wife. Um, Kathy key, I didn't see on, but we include her in breast work. Okay. So we'll do that and we'll do Bruce's lungs.
Speaker 2 00:54:09 Okay. Um, okay.
Speaker 3 00:54:17 So let's go with kidney 24 and T four to start breast triple warmer, 16, 17 GV 22, 23 metabolism growth hormone endocrine signals to be L six. The endocrine system breast is endocrine. So it was bone for the bone mats. So be L six, right back again, through the top of the head where we church the system, we open the brain STEM for the respiratory, the cardiac, the brain STEM cells, B L nine to 10, the occipital Ridge GB 12 and GB 12 opens a lot of thoracic lower part of the net. It also opens up the C5. Six, seven opens up our limp or long thoracic opens up down to the breast. So take that down to T six diaphragm. Again, we always want to oxygenate also <inaudible> and kidney 22. So we want to open the breasts. We want to open an oxygenate, taking it back to one, two, three, four, and seven kidney 27, 26, 25, 24, 21. Again, T4 kidney 24. Let's bring it to T seven blood supply down. We go up the thyroid parathyroid. Let's get liver at T nine. Let's bring it down. Balance the kidneys as well. The adrenals for the stress hormones, the kidneys to help detox the system, help fluid balance. The whole book.
Speaker 2 00:56:07 Sorry
Speaker 3 00:56:12 Down, take it to the chest again. We can open the subclavius ends up again. Cause all that good bio electrical flow for everybody. Good nerve function.
Speaker 4 00:56:26 Um, relaxation. But yeah,
Speaker 3 00:56:30 But we always like to open up your SCMS, your traps, all that, um, upper neck shoulder
Speaker 4 00:56:36 Stuff. So we're opening that. We're going to bring it back down from the chest to the feet.
Speaker 3 00:56:46 When seven to one, I've got all that Kingley like I did the other day with the glasses on this. It just started can feel it in my arms. I can feel it all across my chest.
Speaker 4 00:56:58 So
Speaker 3 00:56:58 We have a pair of Toms and tangled glasses sitting with them
Speaker 4 00:57:02 Camera and we're bringing everything to the feet and we're grounding it of liver three. Okay.
Speaker 3 00:57:13 Kidney one. We're going to work on lungs for Bruce. So back to triple warmer, 16, 17 GV 22, 23 for growth hormone and balance cell growth. Let's go brain STEM for the respiratory system in the brain STEM cells. Let's open the occipital Ridge for his shoulder for the, um, traps and the thoracic spine, which we'll cover in the lungs and the immune system also. So let's go into GB 12 C5, six 76, C B, um, <inaudible> background, phrenic, diaphragm, oxygenation for healthy cell growth, T3 for lungs, kidney 25 from lungs, open lung, one lung to open T1, T2, T3, T4 T seven, bringing it to the hips, open up the hips for Bruce. Um, Carolyn's lungs also opening Renick to the diaphragm, opening Vegas through the immune system, through the chest for the lungs and the airways. Again, we're opening and bringing it to the ouch point at the hips. We're bringing it down the legs, but will the knees
Speaker 4 00:58:38 To the
Speaker 3 00:58:38 Ankles and the feet where we ground back up below the knees, where we charge the batteries into the lower dantians, where we store.
Speaker 4 00:58:49 And again, we want to take it all the way down to the feet and the ground to liver three and to kidney one below the knees recharge. And uh, okay.
Speaker 3 00:59:15 So we like to do everybody at the end.
Speaker 4 00:59:17 And so we're going to send cheetah all us. Um, okay. So we just want to relax, soak up the cheese,
Speaker 2 00:59:36 Always grateful to Tom,
Speaker 4 00:59:41 But really to the whole collective, everybody brings their energy and we all really, um, everybody takes care of each other. Really. It's kind of sweet community.
Speaker 2 01:00:00 So Tingley you're welcome, Judy, sorry,
Speaker 4 01:01:04 Coughing in the night. That's so unpleasant. Not to mention, not getting sleep, send a little extra cheated Julie's lungs. And everybody's like,
Speaker 2 01:01:15 It's part of that prevention thing we're doing too.
Speaker 4 01:01:38 Okay guys. So everybody have a great day. Yeah. You might have to call my homeowner's insurance people, et cetera. Figure out what I can, uh, figure out. So everybody have a good one. Maybe see some of you tomorrow in Quinsy. Um, have a good weekend. Take good care of ourselves, everybody. And I think that's it. So thanks.

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Speaker 0 00:00:01 Okay guys, we should be up. I just need a second to, um, go back and check the website. Make sure I'm on. Sure. I have everybody's record. Speaker 1 00:00:14 Yes, I don't have through Judy. Okay. So let me get the rest. Speaker 0 00:00:23 See what the picture looks like here on my doll, standing in front of me, but we'll move it. Um, yeah, Speaker 1 00:00:29 In a minute. Okay. So I have Marie Patrice, Judy. Okay. Speaker 0 00:00:47 Hopefully I'll do all the, uh, regular treatment things that I do. I actually somehow erased my list. Speaker 1 00:00:57 I had Speaker 0 00:00:58 To build a new one this morning and I don't know if I got everything or did it the same way, but anyway, Speaker 1 00:01:04 Yes. Okay. Sorry. Speaker 0 00:01:08 I'm having a hard time copying this Speaker 1 00:01:13 And we're going to start with emotions. We always do. Speaker 0 00:01:20 We'll move on through. Okay. So people could keep it short and sweet. I always appreciate that. Speaker 1 00:01:30 Yeah. Um, hand's been doing, Speaker 0 00:01:34 I mean really well, I did something, I don't know what last night we had a disaster, Speaker 1 00:01:44 So I suspect I did something right. Speaker 0 00:01:46 Cleaning up the disaster. It's just my hand. It's not really my wrist anyways. Um, if people can keep it short and sweet, so I don't have to type a ton. That would be great. Shy, Sandra, each EHR. Okay. So see to both sides, we're starting on the net. We're opening the motor cortex. I haven't looked to see if we're actually up. It looks like we are with a time lag because I'm still looking at my doll and it's in my hand. Speaker 1 00:02:21 Okay. Okay. So here we Speaker 0 00:02:28 Go see to both sides Speaker 1 00:02:32 In the motor cortex. Okay. Speaker 0 00:02:35 GB 13, 14, right in left frontal lobe. So we work on relaxation, peace of mind. We saw the brainwaves. It's actually a form of brainwave entrainment. We also work on our memory or focus, good cognitive function Speaker 1 00:02:51 And as well. So frontal lobe GV two Speaker 0 00:03:01 For PTSD, for stress, trauma fight or flight survival instincts, things like fear, anger, grief. Um, we'll do some work with trauma. Also in a minute, we take it into the insular cortex. Some we're integrating mind, body, spirit. We are stimulating creative mind and also want to clear away any phobias, compulsive, tendencies, addictions, et cetera. So all of that on the insular, take it over to the left side of the frontal lobe, where we delete, take it to yin Tang. So emotional balance, intuitive guidance. Good for visualization. Tom uses yin Tang for the olfactory nerves. So part of his trauma works and he uses he in tagged I yang, TW 20 and GB eight for the hypothalamus. So we'll get those points. He was using a few others to start with, but he's gone to simple, easy the way Tom does. Um, okay. So again, in Tang, Tai, CNA open the facial area, the neck and shoulders from the SCMS up. So loosening neck, shoulders, jaw, upper back detox the system for the cheetah down the kidney Meridian. So we're clearing out, working free radicals. We're detoxing doing metabolism, work, doing all the systems from the immune through the, um, respiratory cardiac digestive genital urinary. We take it down the legs out through the soles liver three kidney wanted the soles of the feet, grounds us to the earth. Strengthens balances supports us. Okay. I'm going to get the glasses and do what we did the other day and put those on the cameras. Speaker 2 00:05:02 Yeah. Speaker 0 00:05:24 Okay. So we'll do this since we did it the other day and we had a bunch of, um, good things happen. Try it again. Okay. So, um, next we aren't doing endocrine. Maybe we're doing metabolism endocrine. So again, I know this list is a little bit different. Okay. Well that deep sleep in here too. Um, the relaxation, the pineal gland helps that the olfactory, but since I didn't do it with emotions, let's do it with the endocrine metabolism work. So triple warmer, 16 and 17, anybody doing chemo, radiation, and like to clean toxins out, rev up our metabolism also, um, any kind of detox doesn't have to be chemo. Drugs can be vitamins, can be environment, can be food, um, metals, whatever viruses. So clean it all out behind the ears, open up JB 22 growth hormone. So that is our metabolism. Also, I'm going to work balanced, healthy cell growth. Speaker 0 00:06:50 The endocrine system. We have all those feedback loops in the pituitary gland as well here. So the feedback loops signal the endocrine organs. So we're opening up GB 22 to be all six and to print anything under <inaudible> taking it back. We're opening up right back through the motor, the sensory into the brain STEM. So over the top of the head where recharging the system, if you're having trouble with sleep, you probably also need a recharge. We can open the brain STEM for the circadian rhythms. We can do the brain STEM and intact. So in Tang is on melatonin. We produce melatonin for, um, sleep. Some people take it as a supplement when they have sleep issues. So again, the pineal gland, the brain STEM circadian rhythm occipital Ridge will open the traps, which also covers our thyroid parathyroid will open the, um, thoracic spine as well. So as we open that, we're opening up our breast or pancreas. So some of those other endocrine things, so we're taking occipital Ridge to GB 12. We are opening, um, under criminal, let's get C6 seven T one, two three, four seven. So things like Hashimoto's thyroid is autoimmune. We correct strengthen the immune function to balance the auto-immune issues. Speaker 0 00:08:35 Open C6 seven for the thyroid parathyroid, Esther, the parathyroid ism is there, um, kidney 27, 26, 25, 24 21 also immune. So again helps with virus prevention. We'll do that separately. I know someone asked believe 15 <inaudible> um, Speaker 0 00:08:58 So again, back in front work, the immune system back to C6 seven S T nine 10, again, thyroid parathyroid back in front, take it to T4 the breasts <inaudible> for blood supply down T eight for pancreas, which is endocrine and exocrine down into the lumbar spine. So open lumbo sacrals L one is adrenal. We want to open up all the male, female organs. So into El to take it through again, lumbar. So open up things like prostate and Demitria muter cervix, ovaries. I just slipped something out anyways, all of those, um, organs, and again, safer pudendal nerve opens right into the pelvic floor and also hips to toes of some of that, um, nerve function to Oregon's again, in the pelvic area, take S two through five. We can bring it behind the knees to the ankles. We can also take the kidney Meridian down, back to the pancreas again, and to connect Supreme kidney 20 stomach 21, right through the middle of warmers into the pelvic bowl, CB six, CB four opening again, the adrenals, the male female. Oregon's also opening up, Speaker 1 00:10:21 Um, kidney 16 down, down to the Speaker 0 00:10:27 Pudendal nerve stomach, 30 liver, 12 spleen, 12 back for the nerves to the pelvic floor. Take that down the legs down to the feet where we ground also helps Speaker 1 00:10:37 Asleep kidney one. We pull it out Speaker 0 00:10:40 Energy out through the soles, to the earth. It's deep relaxation. So really from in Tang, that point for the melatonin in Tang brainstem right down the kidney Meridian to the feet again, liver three kidney one. So we've got all that, um, Speaker 1 00:11:00 In one here. Speaker 0 00:11:01 Okay. So that was metabolism. Endocrin deep sleep. We're going to do brain circulation, neurologic and energy building nets. So it's going to cover things like neuropathy, Speaker 1 00:11:13 Um, spinal stenosis, um, cetera. Okay. This camera's a little skewed. Make it to mess with it too much, but it's also crooked. Okay. So we'll do this next. The mom, I don't know if I have a request. No, I have through Marsha and Bruce. Yes. Robin, Diane and Anna. Good morning. Oh, okay. Time grabbing the request. Okay. These to the list. Keep going. Okay. Happy. Momma's perfect. None sure. Bruce is lungs. Yes. Okay. Casey's wife, Sandy. And with Judy. Um, Speaker 0 00:12:53 Okay. I think I have everybody highlighted Owen, Marie Patrice. We took you there Speaker 1 00:12:57 Also G okay. So let's keep going. Um, Brandon Speaker 0 00:13:07 Circulation, neurologic and energy building is nuts. So let's open up 10 Dom front of the net and FCMS up. So we're opening the circulation to the brain, Speaker 1 00:13:21 Opening up the, um, Speaker 0 00:13:25 Right at arteries at sky window, somewhere opening <inaudible> Speaker 0 00:13:32 Opening the prettier liberal basil or up to the brainstem brainstem works on our, um, dopamine, basil ganglia, basil, or arteries. So for things like Parkinson's, we want to work dopamine production. We also have circulation on the brain STEM. So did the circle of Willis, but regulates all the circulation in the body. So circle of Willis is just brain circulation. Um, but our blood pressure, heart rate, anything related to circulation or respiratory actually is regulated on the brain STEM. So we were open right back across the top of the head and back into the brain STEM. We had the triple warmers as part of our, um, SCM work, but we go back to the triple warmers forward to GV 22, where we regenerate regeneration and nerves and cells. Um, we want to open again the motor sensory. So GB 21, 20 and 19 association is between the two of them. Also the L six, seven, eight back through the brain STEM all the signal and nose through the brain STEM, Speaker 1 00:14:50 Um, brain circulation, neurologic energy building. Okay. Speaker 0 00:14:58 So we usually get the nerves here. So let's do the neocortex loop. GB six back to 12 is all our facial nerves. We can take the occipital ranch did GB 12 into C5, C6 seven, the brachial plexus for all nerve radial, medial nerves, also long thoracic for the nerves to the diaphragm. So T six with ally 17, CB 17. So we get diaphragm back and front. Um, okay, let's go back. Spinal artery. So starting at GB 12, we want to open up all the way down the spine opening spinal artery, head to toe sympathetic nervous system goes to the Oregon's, but Speaker 1 00:15:42 It really opens up all, um, all of our nerve function. So great Speaker 0 00:15:50 Circulation, neurologic energy bill let's take T seven down L four five sciatic nerve put Dando S two through five. So we're opening up the nerves down the legs, um, both down the sides of the legs on the sciatic X, take it behind the knees helps open low back again. So also going to help that nerve function down to the ankles Vegas nerve, we take the root on the brainstem, take it to GB 12 to L I 18 Vegas innovates, chest abdomen, GI tract down in the, um, pelvic area. So open up the already got phrenic to diaphragm Vegas Speaker 1 00:16:33 Down there, Speaker 0 00:16:35 I guess, innovates the respiratory, the cardiac, Speaker 1 00:16:38 All these, um, Speaker 0 00:16:41 Organs that we need for life function. So it's basic life function that if something, if it stopped, we would just die. So that's part of why the Vegas nerve is so important. Speaker 1 00:16:57 So Speaker 0 00:16:57 Anyways, we're opening from Vegas noun, we're balancing immunes, which also clears the inflammation on the upper thoracic spine in the upper kidney Meridian from the chest down. Um, let's bring that down to the hips down to potential stomach, 30 spleen, 12 liver 12, take it down to the knees, to the ankles and the feet. And as we bring it down the legs and down the spleen already, and we're working the circulation all the way to the toes to liver three and kidney one. Okay. So we will do sinus eyes, ears, nose, throat right now. So we're going to start on the neocortex loop. We're opening up all the nerve function again, to all of those areas in the facial Speaker 3 00:17:50 Region. Let's do the triple warmers, 16, 17 to balance metabolism, detox. The system ramp up the metabolism, work on the growth hormone for healthy regeneration. Healthy cells can be again, nerve regeneration or organ regeneration. Um, in this case, so many ways we're opening GB 22, let's open 23. Also let's take it right down to the, um, Speaker 4 00:18:23 Olfactory. Let's open the GB 21 back motor. So the motor nerves, the association cortex, the center Speaker 3 00:18:39 Cortex. So the sensory nerves really, um, relate to these particular areas along with the skin. So we do a lot of sensory work with this, but things like tenderness. Um, Robin has ringing in his head. We work that here. Um, Speaker 4 00:18:57 Just that sort of tendency Speaker 3 00:18:58 To be overstimulated by Speaker 4 00:19:03 Electronics, by, um, a lot of sensory input. So we want to come the sensory down Speaker 3 00:19:17 Again. We did neocortex brainstem. We also have the visual cortex on the brainstem to the eyes. We had the gay center about GBA. When we did the neocortex loop, the occipital Ridge again opens lower part of the neck. So it's going to open up Speaker 4 00:19:33 Throwed area, um, for Marie Patrice. Okay. Speaker 3 00:19:40 We can open brainstem to GB 12. We can open, um, CNN seven and 11 to the throat. We can open see one through seven facial arteries and take that around. So we're going back to the facial area in Tang, Thai yang. <inaudible> for the eyes, the sinuses BL three, let's go four, five, six, six is Burton, motor mirror neurons again. So the collective, Speaker 4 00:20:08 Um, Speaker 3 00:20:11 It was explained very well by mirror neuron theory, Speaker 4 00:20:15 Um, which I'm not Speaker 3 00:20:16 Going to go into too much right now. Anyways, we're taking, so we did the Tang gang C an eight, again, around the nose, the sinuses, the teeth, the gums, the throat C6 seven also helps with calcification along with st nine 10 at the throat. So that's going to also work on bone health in the jaw, Speaker 4 00:20:40 Teeth, et cetera. And let's take all that she, we can Speaker 3 00:20:45 Do. T one, two, three, four, kidney 27, six five, four 21. Clearing the inflammation again in any of these areas, take the chief from the chest kidney 27, pull it down right back to the feet where we grounded that liver three kidney, one virus prevention, immune and joints is next. Speaker 2 00:21:09 Um, okay. Speaker 3 00:21:13 Okay. Good morning, Esther. Oh, Janet. Sorry. Um, I already said good one. Speaker 2 00:21:23 Okay. Speaker 3 00:21:26 Um, we did the, uh, well, the EMS will be here. We did the neurologic and we'll do it. You know, again, when we do, Speaker 2 00:21:34 Um, the Speaker 3 00:21:35 Parkinsonian Janice, which gets the ms and ALS. Speaker 2 00:21:40 Okay. Let me put that one down. Speaker 3 00:22:14 Can we Coco? I see you're on. I don't think I saw our request. Okay. Let's go back. We will be doing cardiac respiratory, which she'll be good for you. Okay. Virus prevention, immune and joints is next. So virus prevention. Let's start at email. Let's get, he may in GB 12. Speaker 2 00:22:44 Okay. Speaker 3 00:22:46 So we're opening parotid gland for salivary glands opens the GI tract, opens anything wider base, Speaker 2 00:22:59 Um, Speaker 3 00:23:01 Triple warmer, 16, 17 clean out metabolism. Take it to the 22 balancing cell growth through the system. Opening back to the brain STEM cardiac respiratory be on nine GV 17, open up G B12, the occipital Ridge open up. Um, the occipital Ridge is be all nine and a half to GB 12 opening up the T1 T2 T3 T four T seven, kidney 27, 26, 25, 24 21 works. Immune clears inflammation also opened up the lungs, the airways six, seven long thoracic. Take it to teeth. Six diaphragm phrenic, ally 17, CB 17, also diaphragm long, one long to opening lungs on the front, back to the, um, again, long thoracic, let's take it to T five and six T five is the heart. T six is the pericardium. Um, and actually the long thoracic goes to the pericardium, not to the heart itself. You don't want to forget that here. Um, then let's go back. So we got the immune points front and back. So from those immune points, let's go into joint C5. Six, seven is brachial plexus, opens the shoulders, take it down, arms to elbows, wrists, hands fingers, take T seven down to the lower body. Open up again. The hips. Um, let's take the nerves as well. So open the sciatic, the pudendal we can open the hips. We can open the femur head, take it down behind the knees, ouch point for joints, but also opening up the low back and the, um, Speaker 4 00:24:58 Ankles. So the back of the feet, it lots of giants in these, Speaker 3 00:25:06 Um, areas. Really all those little tiny bones and our ankles or wrist, et cetera, we can open subclavius right. Speaker 4 00:25:15 Arteries. Bring it down the arms to the hands. So good circulation. Okay. Speaker 3 00:25:25 We opened the immunes on the front. So we're taking that down to the hips. Again, opening up femur heads, opening up Speaker 4 00:25:36 Dental, nerve stomach, 30 liver, 12 spleen 12, Speaker 3 00:25:41 Take it down. The spleen Meridian to the knees, spleen nine and 10 liver, eight stomach 36 GB 34. Take it to GB 39 outside the ankles inside ankles, types of feet Speaker 4 00:25:55 Liver, three kidney. Speaker 3 00:25:57 One comes out. So scratch. Speaker 4 00:25:59 I'm doing strengthening, balancing, supporting recharging below the knees, as well as opening GI. Speaker 3 00:26:09 Let's take that back to the lower Don tans and store the Shi. So we have lots of energy for self-healing lots of energy to get through our days. Take it right back to the ground, out through the soles, Speaker 4 00:26:22 The feet kidney one. Okay. Respiratory cardiac. And we do Speaker 3 00:26:30 Digestive with weight genital urinary. Then we do emotions again. Um, and then we go in and treat the cancers, the ALS, the ms. Speaker 4 00:26:41 Et cetera. Speaker 2 00:26:44 Okay. So Speaker 3 00:26:48 It looks like I have everybody. Speaker 3 00:26:52 I have no idea, obviously, Facebook. I can't really, I can't even really open anything other than my stream when I do this. So it's not that I intend to exclude them. Um, but those of us that are running streams on our laptops, um, have a hard time running more than that generally. So anyways, that's what goes on with that and why we don't always see you guys. We don't mean to leave you out respiratory cardiac. So let's go brainstem beyond nine GV 17, open the brain STEM again, cardiac respiratory heart rate, blood pressure regulates the breath. Speaker 2 00:27:35 So all Speaker 3 00:27:36 Along the back of the head, we can go to 10 dong and the SCMS up. So front of the net opened up circulation to the brain, to the brain STEM to the circle of Willis. Speaker 2 00:27:53 So we've got S T 11, 12 Speaker 3 00:28:02 S I 16, 17, TW 16, 17 back over the shoulder blades, GB 20. So again, as we open up the neck and the shoulders we're loosening them for better bioelectrical flow. We can go to the bioelectrical seated GBA. We're opening them for better nerve function and circulation, and actually nerve function is actually bioelectrical also because the gateways are biochemical. The biochemistry changes the voltage. You need a certain voltage for the nerves to work properly, and our cells grow properly with the right voltage. So we want to, um, have a good, excuse me. Speaker 2 00:28:59 Yeah. Speaker 3 00:28:59 Bio electrical flow through our systems. Okay. So we opened all that circulation. We are taking it back to the brain STEM again, let's open up the GB 22 for the growth hormone and the healthy cell metabolism. So healthy new cells for the lungs, for the cardiac let's open up. Tom's been talking a lot about calcification. So back across the top of the head, through the brain STEM, um, C6 seven S T nine, 10 regulates calcium. So calcium builds in our blood and our vessels, as well as other places, we get a little in places like breast, et cetera. So let's calcium balance. See five, six, seven goes back to the diaphragm. Also. Um, LA 17 goes to the diaphragm. So back in front to T six and CV 17 kidney 22 for ground, and also diaphragm. Let's go into T1, T2 T3. So two and three for lungs, airways and limp, T 45, heart and vessels T six, diaphragm pericardium T seven, blood supply to the lower body taking, um, front again, the Vegas nerve innovates, the lungs and the heart. We're taking Vegas from the brain STEM to GB 12 to Lai 18 kidney 27, 26, 25 focus, 24, 23 focus or anyone, and bring that and take it down. The Prudential nerve, um, T I mean, take it down the, um, down to the pelvis, to the hips and down the spleen Meridian. So we're working the circulation all the way down the legs. John, I'm sending it to your legs, bring it to the ground. Speaker 3 00:31:02 Two liver, three kidney, one digestive weight balanced, Janet or urinary is next. Okay. Speaker 2 00:31:16 Um, Speaker 3 00:31:23 Think I have everybody's requests. Beverly, did you give any requests? Probably my sister gave me one on my phone. Okay. Speaker 2 00:31:34 Okay. Speaker 3 00:31:36 So digestive weight, genital urinary let's do you mean pre-digestion and water-based Oregon. So bladder, kidney. So also genital urinary <inaudible> Triple warmer, 16, 17 balances metabolism. So we're cleaning out the metabolism, revving it up, helps balance. Our weight also helps balance endocrine, endocrine, endocrine organs can play a part in weight balance also. Speaker 2 00:32:15 So Speaker 3 00:32:16 Let's open up the, um, GB 22, which we'll come back to as part of the signaling mechanism for weight. So the signals come up here into the brain. So GV 22, excuse me. Also growth hormone and cell regeneration. So things like Berets, um, colitis, crones, et cetera. We want to regenerate healthy cells in the GI tract. Let's open the, Speaker 1 00:32:46 The GBTA Speaker 3 00:32:49 22 GB 23, um, endocrine, a lot of the male, female organs are endocrine base. So B L six Speaker 1 00:33:00 21 all the way back to the brain STEM again. You mean GBTA? Speaker 3 00:33:10 Well to C5 six, seven diaphragm L I 17 diaphragm CB 17. When we opened the diaphragm, we are working on oxygenation, but we're also working to open up the abdominal region. So it has an effect on the, um, GI tract in our digestive systems. So let's take T one, two, three, four, seven, kidney 27, 26, 25, 24, 21 clarity inflammation. Um, bring it to <inaudible> blood supply down eight through 12 L four, five opens up the GI kidney 23 down opens GI middle warmers at stomach 21 to 25 stomach, 25 to 30 through the lower GI tract. Let's open up <inaudible> whole lumbosacral. So again, we're getting, um, our endocrine organs that are both male and female. We're getting the lower GI tract. We're getting the whole genital urinary system really through the lumbar sacrum, the pudendal opening S two through five behind the knees, opens the pelvis to the ankles. Speaker 3 00:34:27 Again, Vegas innovates, the whole GI tract brainstem GB 12 L 18 Vegas. And bring that down kidney 27 down again. We want to focus kidney 23 down CB Meridian, stomach Meridian, kidney Meridian, take it to Prudential. Um, stomach 30 liver, 12 spleen 12, take it down the legs, take it back below the knees, recharge the batteries back to the pelvic bowl. The lower torn DNS, take two T six, kidney 22 stomach stretch receptors. And grelin take that signal up to the brain STEM, take the signal all the way to the hypothalamus. So we're telling the body we're hungry, or we're not bringing it to the insular cortex. Take it back to yin Tang, take it to CNA, take it to subclavians take it to kidney 27 and bring it right back Speaker 0 00:35:38 To the feet. So again, we're opening the middle warmers. We're opening the pelvic bowl back in front. We're bringing the cheetah the feet and back right out through the soles where we ground at liver three at kidney, one emotions and trauma. We've done already. We'll do it again. Just the points this time. See to both sides, GB, GB 13, both sides, 14 boats. <inaudible> right down to the penny of land Speaker 1 00:36:23 Insular Speaker 0 00:36:25 In Tang, tying CNA, SCMS up, take it over the shoulder blades back to all factory at CN one, which is the intern tying upside the eyes TW 20 above the ears Speaker 1 00:36:56 And GBA Speaker 0 00:36:58 For the hippocampus. So our memories are here. Take it back to the brainstem. Open the occipital Ridge open G B12 neck, shoulders. Anti-inflammatory back in front, take it back to you. In Tang, focusing on the olfactory nerve to release trauma also helps balance. Sleep helps with our intuition. So emotional balance here, back to CNA and all the way down the kidney Meridian out through the soles. So liver three, kidney one, we're going to do perfect blood next. So we're sending that to Yon and to happy. Mama can also send it to the folks from the Quinsy groups or Julie, Laura, Speaker 1 00:38:11 Um, Speaker 0 00:38:14 Anybody whose blood we're working, there's someone online. Speaker 1 00:38:19 Mm. Speaker 0 00:38:20 Anna, if someone else online anyway, so we're doing blood. Let me see if I have everything I need. Speaker 1 00:38:28 Um, highlighted. Speaker 0 00:38:31 I'm going to do genital with cervix and skin. We're going to do lymphoma Speaker 4 00:38:36 Where we're going to breasts Speaker 1 00:38:43 Lungs. That might be it Speaker 4 00:38:48 Unless there's more requests. Good morning, Kim. So we're, haven't done the scan yet. There you are. Beverly. So you were on yep. We've done the low back pain. We've done the thumbs, the itises and the weight balance. Speaker 1 00:39:04 Yep. Okay. Speaker 4 00:39:08 I may add these to the list and we'll keep going. We'll do these other things Speaker 1 00:39:15 20 minutes. Okay. Speaker 4 00:39:22 I can feel that. I just did the relaxation work yawning. That happens a lot with me. Speaker 1 00:39:31 Okay. So here we go. Um, Speaker 4 00:39:42 What happens with a lot of the cancer work is that we use same points over and over because some of the work is common to all of the treatments. Um, and then we send it specifically to the area that we're needing to work on. Okay. So Yon, happy mama. Here we go. Triple warmer and 16, 17, again, to balance our metabolism helps to, um, open our circulation, helps to rev the metabolism up. We want to balance all the cell growth, so working growth hormone. So again, anything, um, all of these issues are abnormal growth. So that's, um, why we always send the metabolism work. So GV 22, 23, again, growth, hormone and metabolism. <inaudible> endocrine. The clotting factors are endocrine taking it. Um, back again, across the top of the head opens the whole spine helps to open the whole sympathetic nervous system, taking it through the brain, STEM into the occipital Ridge into GB 12 to C6 seven for the clotting factors, T one two three, four seven, kidney 27, 26, 25, 24 21 getting the immune system. Speaker 4 00:41:11 So we're balancing T cells, B cells, which are immune function. We are working on blood and bone marrow, as well as the spleen on some of those points, both back and front, um, clearing any inflammation, strengthening the immune system specific to the blood. We want to, um, C seven T one T seven T nine T 11 and L two. So we're opening nerve function to all the organs involved in our blood production. We also want to open up the chest down. So kidney 21. Again, we have that bone marrow and our cell regeneration, I'm sorry, kidney 27 bone marrow kidney 21 is spring or white cells. So we are taking it from the chest. Again, we can open the phrenic, ner the Vegas nerve balances, the digestive, a bunch of those, um, organs are part of actually the GI track involved in our blood. So things like our, um, liver stomach, small intestine, all play a part. Speaker 4 00:42:31 So we're opening all that up. We're pulling the energy down to the feet again, we're grounding it. We want to recharge for everybody. So below the knees is also the lower GI tract. So for Yon, it's always a good idea to send some cheat down into those, um, lower GI intestinal organs as well. So for the blood, but also for the, uh, actual organs. So we're filling up the lower Donte NS. We're pulling the G back to the feet. We're grounding the energy at liver three and that kidney one again, to strengthen balance and support. Speaker 4 00:43:19 Okay. We're doing tremor with Parkinsonians. Good morning. Um, Dolly, we've done the shoulders. We've done the low back. We've done the joints. We've done the weight. So all those get done. Um, okay. Okay. So, like I said, we're going to do the neurologic again. Okay. So let's start at the brainstem, be all nine GB 17 opens basil ganglia. Bessler arteries opens the brain STEM dopamine production. Let's do 10 dong and SCMS up. So starting at the front of the neck up, open the brain circulation again, but we're also loosening the neck and the shoulders. So again, we're getting that bioelectric flow Speaker 3 00:44:32 Going, which is part of our nerve function. We're also opening again, the circulation Speaker 2 00:44:42 And the nerve function. Speaker 3 00:44:47 We want to get all of that going and back to the brain stone for the Parkinson's and the tremors triple warmer, 16, 17 GV 22 for regeneration. So we want to regenerate nerve tissue nerve function. Speaker 2 00:45:03 Um, Speaker 3 00:45:07 We want to open the motor and sensory for any of these issues, ALS Parkinson's or ms. Speaker 2 00:45:13 Okay. Speaker 3 00:45:16 Opening the nerve pathways through the brain STEM opening, um, the neocortex loop, getting all the facial nerves, GB six to 12 from GB 12, let's open C one to seven, get the facial arteries as well. See five, six, seven opens, brachial, plexus and long thoracic. So long. Thoracic goes to the diaphragm. T six L I 17 goes to the diaphragm, CB 17 and kidney 22 C5 six seven is the brachial plexus opens again. The shoulders, bring that down. I'll know, radio, medial nerves, all the way down to the fingertips, opening up. <inaudible> our blood supply to the lower body. We also want to open up hips. We want to open up the knees. So we're really working all these joints for good flexibility and mobility. We take T seven down. We open all four and five again. Good for both Marcia and Bruce as well. Pudendal S two through five behind the knees is an outpoint behind the ankles. Speaker 3 00:46:30 As an ouch point opening, we got the phrenic. Let's get the Vegas, the anti-inflammatory from Vegas. So L 18 kidney 27, 26, 25, 24, 21 Claire's inflammation anywhere in the system. In this case, we're taking it again. Subclavians down the arms to the hands and the fingers. We're taking it down from the Prudential stomach, 30 liver, 12 spleen 12, take it down to spleen. Nine, 10 liver, eight stomach, 36 GB 34 around both knees, GB 34 to 39 down at the ankles inside the ankles and out tops of the feet. Liver three kidney one. Okay. So that was happy. 2020. We did the thyroid. We've done the nerves. We've done brain circulation, hormones, bowel function. We've done on our shoulder work. We've done eyes. We've done lung health. We did COVID pretension prevention. I skin heart, heart, prostate, knee, Cynthia. We are doing genital cervix and skin cancer followed by limp, followed by breasts. Speaker 1 00:47:51 Okay. Um, okay. So here we go. Okay. Speaker 3 00:48:03 Again, we have all these things that are common to all of the, all of the work and then separate. So this we'll do, um, skin skin. I'll also cover breast. We'll do breast separately, but you guys will get double, um, work when we do the skin. Kim will send this in to you. Um, so again, some of this is just common to all the treatments. We're just kind of doing some of these things over and over. Triple warmer, 16, 17 works metabolism GV 22, 23 growth hormone, healthy balance cell growth, endocrine signals take it to <inaudible> endocrine system and to crane, Oregon's take it to motor sensory nerve pathways. So Tom talks a lot about how much of what happens in our body is actually, um, nerve related nerve blockage. So we want to make sure all that's opened up. We're also recharging the system. So just charge up the batteries, pull in the cheek, right through the top of the head and wash it to the feet. Speaker 3 00:49:09 Open it from the brain STEM into the occipital Ridge into GB 12 into C5, six 76 diaphragm opposite Genatian. So ally 17, CB 17 does the same on the front. We know cancer won't thrive in a well oxygenated environment. So we want to oxygenate all the cells in our body as prevention, um, and also to just send the right kind of signals. So we're opening, um, T4 for skin. He seven for blood supply down, let's go L two S three. So those would be the focus points we've already got, um, are so T four kidney 24, background T one, two, three, four seven, kidney 27, 26, 25, 24, 21 Claire's inflammation, balances immune. Take that down again. We can do the whole lumbosacral area, um, again, back front, but we really focus on L two S three also S two through five pudendal nerve goes into the pelvic floor behind the knees, opens the low back area again. So still helps to open the pelvis, take it to the ankles again, frantic and Vegas. Bring that right down the nerve function Speaker 4 00:50:42 Or the chest, the immune system for the heart lungs, Speaker 3 00:50:50 Bringing it right through the middle of farmers. Focus <inaudible> kidney, um, 16 adrenals down, 15 focus and, um, kidney, no. Speaker 4 00:51:03 Or 10 kidney, 10, um, spleen, 12 liver, Speaker 3 00:51:12 12 stomach 30. Put Daniel again Speaker 4 00:51:16 Below the knees to the feet back below the knees, Speaker 3 00:51:21 Back to the outpoint in the pelvic Speaker 4 00:51:23 Bowl filled a lower dantians. So Speaker 3 00:51:27 We're recharging the batteries, recharging the system, pulling the cheetah, the ground. Speaker 4 00:51:33 It's liver three and kidney one. Speaker 3 00:51:38 Okay. Jean, your next C one, two three T one, two three L one two three S one two, three, Speaker 4 00:51:48 Open, triple warmer. 16, 17 G Speaker 3 00:51:54 2223, B L six. Open again. Motor sensory brain STEM OEMing. So the brain STEM, we do the brain STEM cells for all of you. That's another piece. So Tom has this work metabolism. He has this work brain STEM cells, the ghrelin hormone, the oxygenation. Speaker 4 00:52:15 I want to say there's one more thing anyways. Um, so back Speaker 3 00:52:24 Back in the occipital Ridge for gene underneath the brain STEM cells, Speaker 4 00:52:30 Back to the GB 12 Speaker 3 00:52:35 In, through the neck and the shoulders, T3 and kidney 25 are the focus points for the limp. And we're going to take that right back down. <inaudible> we're going to open Prudential nervous two through five behind the knees to the ankles. We're opening frantic begus on the chest, bringing it down again. We're taking it right to the ouch point in the lower right groin area. We're bringing all that energy, the lymphatic right down the legs to the feet, especially the right side, open spleen, nine, 10, right down to the ankle feet. We want to take it to liver three out through the soles kidney one up below the knees recharge the batteries back to the lower Donte ends. We're also bringing all that lymphatic fluid back up to the thoracic duct where we recycle. So take it right back to the pelvic bowl, through the ouch point, through the middle warmers, through the heart, chakra up to the thoracic dock. And I'm right back out, kid, the souls where we ground out liver three at kidney one, we're doing breaths. So we're regenerating. So we're working on Xani. We're working on Murray, Patrice working one Judy in Germany, working on Casey's wife. Um, Kathy key, I didn't see on, but we include her in breast work. Okay. So we'll do that and we'll do Bruce's lungs. Speaker 2 00:54:09 Okay. Um, okay. Speaker 3 00:54:17 So let's go with kidney 24 and T four to start breast triple warmer, 16, 17 GV 22, 23 metabolism growth hormone endocrine signals to be L six. The endocrine system breast is endocrine. So it was bone for the bone mats. So be L six, right back again, through the top of the head where we church the system, we open the brain STEM for the respiratory, the cardiac, the brain STEM cells, B L nine to 10, the occipital Ridge GB 12 and GB 12 opens a lot of thoracic lower part of the net. It also opens up the C5. Six, seven opens up our limp or long thoracic opens up down to the breast. So take that down to T six diaphragm. Again, we always want to oxygenate also <inaudible> and kidney 22. So we want to open the breasts. We want to open an oxygenate, taking it back to one, two, three, four, and seven kidney 27, 26, 25, 24, 21. Again, T4 kidney 24. Let's bring it to T seven blood supply down. We go up the thyroid parathyroid. Let's get liver at T nine. Let's bring it down. Balance the kidneys as well. The adrenals for the stress hormones, the kidneys to help detox the system, help fluid balance. The whole book. Speaker 2 00:56:07 Sorry Speaker 3 00:56:12 Down, take it to the chest again. We can open the subclavius ends up again. Cause all that good bio electrical flow for everybody. Good nerve function. Speaker 4 00:56:26 Um, relaxation. But yeah, Speaker 3 00:56:30 But we always like to open up your SCMS, your traps, all that, um, upper neck shoulder Speaker 4 00:56:36 Stuff. So we're opening that. We're going to bring it back down from the chest to the feet. Speaker 3 00:56:46 When seven to one, I've got all that Kingley like I did the other day with the glasses on this. It just started can feel it in my arms. I can feel it all across my chest. Speaker 4 00:56:58 So Speaker 3 00:56:58 We have a pair of Toms and tangled glasses sitting with them Speaker 4 00:57:02 Camera and we're bringing everything to the feet and we're grounding it of liver three. Okay. Speaker 3 00:57:13 Kidney one. We're going to work on lungs for Bruce. So back to triple warmer, 16, 17 GV 22, 23 for growth hormone and balance cell growth. Let's go brain STEM for the respiratory system in the brain STEM cells. Let's open the occipital Ridge for his shoulder for the, um, traps and the thoracic spine, which we'll cover in the lungs and the immune system also. So let's go into GB 12 C5, six 76, C B, um, <inaudible> background, phrenic, diaphragm, oxygenation for healthy cell growth, T3 for lungs, kidney 25 from lungs, open lung, one lung to open T1, T2, T3, T4 T seven, bringing it to the hips, open up the hips for Bruce. Um, Carolyn's lungs also opening Renick to the diaphragm, opening Vegas through the immune system, through the chest for the lungs and the airways. Again, we're opening and bringing it to the ouch point at the hips. We're bringing it down the legs, but will the knees Speaker 4 00:58:38 To the Speaker 3 00:58:38 Ankles and the feet where we ground back up below the knees, where we charge the batteries into the lower dantians, where we store. Speaker 4 00:58:49 And again, we want to take it all the way down to the feet and the ground to liver three and to kidney one below the knees recharge. And uh, okay. Speaker 3 00:59:15 So we like to do everybody at the end. Speaker 4 00:59:17 And so we're going to send cheetah all us. Um, okay. So we just want to relax, soak up the cheese, Speaker 2 00:59:36 Always grateful to Tom, Speaker 4 00:59:41 But really to the whole collective, everybody brings their energy and we all really, um, everybody takes care of each other. Really. It's kind of sweet community. Speaker 2 01:00:00 So Tingley you're welcome, Judy, sorry, Speaker 4 01:01:04 Coughing in the night. That's so unpleasant. Not to mention, not getting sleep, send a little extra cheated Julie's lungs. And everybody's like, Speaker 2 01:01:15 It's part of that prevention thing we're doing too. Speaker 4 01:01:38 Okay guys. So everybody have a great day. Yeah. You might have to call my homeowner's insurance people, et cetera. Figure out what I can, uh, figure out. So everybody have a good one. Maybe see some of you tomorrow in Quinsy. Um, have a good weekend. Take good care of ourselves, everybody. And I think that's it. So thanks.

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