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Speaker 0 00:00:00 I follow, maybe that's what was messing us up. Let's see if we came up this time. I'm not getting the, uh, cannot access the stream message. So maybe, maybe it worked this time. I just have to get back to 12 rang station. Sorry guys. I think we're up and running. No looks. Yes. Okay, good. It's all. Okay. Yeah. I don't think it came up the first time. I can't really tell. There we go. Okay. So let me make sure I have all the request. I think we do happy mom. Happy too. Okay. Perfect blood. We're doing free neon and way up near the top of the cancer, et cetera, lists that we've gone after. Um, one moment, you know what? That's actually easier to just type your name, but perfect. Blah, since you're the only one. Okay. So we're going to start with, start with emotions
Speaker 1 00:01:31 Through a series of, um, treatments that correct.
Speaker 0 00:01:37 We're pretty much everything and try to let you guys know what we're working,
Speaker 1 00:01:40 Working on. So, you know, when you're being treated, um, we do have the device on again today. Um, the lasers, the, one of the probes again is under the feet. One is on the front chest. So really our noon and the top of our digestive covers a lot of ground. The laser on that device is on T four. So skin brass, T five circulation, heart, emotional, physical heart, both <inaudible>. So are oxygenating. And then I have, um, one of Tom's had sex that he put the supplements into the headset instead. And I believe these were a gravity, anti gravity thing when we did them, reminding me to bring your mind. Um, and then these are entangled to the galaxy device in the office. Those were around the feet of the doll that the probe is. Um, but we have the device on, and then we have the glasses, which are again, updated to the galaxy machine. They're sitting underneath the camera, um, on the tripod, straight at me, but also sending to all you guys. So, um, that's, what's happening for devices here, just so we know what we're playing with today. So again, we're starting with a motion, see to both sides, open up the neck, open up the motor cortex, like to do, um, the sleep in this also with static. Huh? Does anybody else have static besides Esther? Do we have a really bad connection? I wonder why nothing's any different than it ever is.
Speaker 1 00:03:46 Oh, you're welcome, Suzanne. So if anybody else has scattered, could they let me know? So I'll know if it's something that's maybe on, I'm just one kind of a tech glitch for one person, or if it's thanks, Dina. Um, that fits in overall happening with everybody, which would mean it's on my end. So opening up the frontal lobe from C to both sides first on the right hand side, actually opening both, but right-hand side, we work relaxation, peace of mind. We slow down the Greenway still. It is a form of brainwave. Entrainment left side works on memory, focus, cognitive function, anti aging, dementia, add brain fog from chemo or other medications. So all of that, um, anti aging for our grains open up GB 22 works on PTSD. So fight or flight survival, um, things like fear, grief, anger works on our neuro-transmitters our brain chemistry.
Speaker 1 00:05:05 We can bring it right down to yin Tang, the whole factoring or, um, okay. Marsha we'll work on the gut too. Um, so bring that, um, into the olfactory nerve for everybody. So this is, um, perennial nerve. One is very connected to trauma. Um, part of how our sense of smell really has a way of, um, triggering memories. Um, so we're working in Tang, also produce the, um, melatonin here. So helps us with sleep deep sleep, deep relaxation, emotional balance always used it for visualization as well. So right down into the third eye, let's take it to the insular cortex. We integrate mind, body spirit. So we're harmonizing integrating clearing beats, seated fears, phobias, compulsive tendencies, um, left side of the brain. We work on the speech centers. Let's work to, um, also stimulate creative mind here on the insulin, bring it forward, left side, frontal deletes again, rows tendencies, um, compulsive type things that could tie in again, good point per intuitive guidance as well can come in many forms. Um, very often sense related in some form we hear, we see, we feel mean whatever. So open that up, open up tying open up, CNA opens in front of the ear ears into the jar. Open. The subclavian arteries comes up from the aortic arch, bring it up through the neck shoulders sky window.
Speaker 1 00:07:25 So sky, when new opens carotids, we can take that into prettier liberals, basil or into the brain STEM open the nerve pathways, relax the neck, the shoulders, the jaw, the upper back, which helps us open the nerves by all electrical and circulation again through the neck, the shoulders and carry our attention. A lot of it right there. So Tom's travel points. He uses he in Tang tie yang GBA for the hippocampus TW 20 also right there, near there near the GBA point. Bring it back again to the brain STEM into GB 12 opens the neck from C1 to seven down the front of the body, kidney 27 to one. So we ground bounce support. As we pull the cheek down from the chest to the beat, we pull it out through the soles. Again, it's like the roots of a tree to the earth. Um, we'll open up all the systems, AMU respiratory cardiac, digestive genital, urinary circulation down the legs, proper the feet liver three out through the soles kidney one, kidney one is a good focus if you're having a hard time sleeping.
Speaker 1 00:08:48 So just the soles of the feet help to ground us. So the next thing we're going to is metabolism endocrin um, yes, we'll do the deep sleep there. I skipped it in that last one, although we did the melatonin. So here we go. Triple warmer, 16, 17 cleans out metabolism, side effects, anybody in chemo, people doing radiation, people taking medications, anything we pick up environmental and also clean out, um, things like bacteria viruses. So KW 16, 17, um, also growth hormone is metabolism. So GB 22, let's get the tell-all race at 23. So works on integrity of the DNA works the growth hormone into the endocrine system. We have our signals, um, hypothalamus. So there is a lot of regulation that goes on here. The signals come here, hypothalamus, pituitary, um, actually create some of the chemicals as well as, um, sending out signals, telling the body what it needs to do.
Speaker 1 00:10:09 Be <inaudible> anything into print can bring it back again through the motor sensory nerves, top of the head brainstem circadian rhythms open up beyond nine GB 17, also good for things like sleep apnea, which can interfere with sleep for people that have those kinds of issues. So we can open that at the same time. Open the occipital Ridge opens the neck, the lower part of the neck, the trapezius muscle opens the thoracic spine. So again, we're opening up some of the endocrine opening up for any inflammation, working, immune, working, um, nighttime issues in there, C6 seven with T one, two, three, four seven, we treat Hashimoto's thyroid. It's an auto immune issue. We also take that C6 seven to the front S T nine 10. Those would be both, um, sympathetic parasympathetic points for the thyroid parathyroid ovary. So we got the breast at T for a kidney 24 on the front.
Speaker 1 00:11:26 There's also endocrine T seven left. We work on night issues, also open blood supply at T seven. We want to take it to the pancreas, um, to say, well, yeah, sugar balance. Yeah, that is what I meant to say. We're doing endocrine. I was still thinking sleep. Um, so yes, T eight pancreas on the front kidney, 20 stomach, 21 open up for sugar balance, open up. So both, um, actually got both the noon and metabolism. So we just got both type one and type two diabetes and that, get it again. When we do the immune, um, when we do the digestive, bring it down, adrenals L one, bring it through the lumbosacral area and the lumbar spine. We have, um, all those male, female organs, their endocrine base. So again, back in front, which I can do because I'm using my hands. I obviously could not do that if I was using a hammer.
Speaker 1 00:12:39 So sometimes good things come out of things that are not easy, like the broken wrist. So I was writing a friend. So Esther, um, we're grounding us all again for deep sleep, bringing it through the Prudential nerve, into the pelvic bowl, the endocrine organs to the ground liver three kidney, one, Esther, um, put a message in for someone else. And I said, I had done the same thing with my, um, handy person this morning. So the message I sent was actually for a friend and it was about the clip. So Tom, I know some of you guys, if not, all of you watch Tom's webcast and he's been using these entangled clips. Mine's not right here. I had it on earlier this morning. I left it on the Island. Um, but in tangled clips, so it's got a lens, it's got a little box on it that we can put things in.
Speaker 1 00:13:36 So, um, one of the things I put in it, um, a couple of weeks ago now, maybe more than a week, um, is calcium for the ligaments and the tendons because that's the part of my wrist that really just was still really giving me a lot of trouble. Anyways, I started wearing that and I really noticed a really big, I feel like I've like shifted in a really big way, like I'm into the next piece. And a lot of inflammation is gone and the pain has been gone and, uh, um, just different feels stronger again, but just kind of more solid anyways. It's just kind of, you know, the things Tom does. So we're gonna work on brain circulation, neurologic, and energy building next, which was a good follow up to get asleep. Cause if you're not sleeping, you're probably tired. Right? Open up the, um, front of the neck.
Speaker 1 00:14:44 Let's open up tandem for circulation. We're going to open up the brain circulation first open again, subclavians up sky window carotids carotid speed into the, um, circle of Willis as does the brainstem and other places in the brain open up back to the, um, triple warmers over the shoulder blade. So the whole SCM area, again, open circulation also opens up nerve function by all electrical flow, the brain circulation to be on GV 17, taking it to, we got the triple warmer as GV 22. So in regeneration growth, hormone regeneration, and the nerves regeneration for the vessels, motor sensory is great for fatigue and energy buildings. So we opened the top of the head, the motor and the sensory nerves, these cortex arms, and we pulled the chin through the top of the head.
Speaker 1 00:16:04 We let it wash down spine down the front of the line, charge up the system. Let's bring it. Okay. So we have the brainstem. Let's do the occipital Ridge again. When we open up the lower part of the neck. So the long thoracic for the diaphragm helps us oxygenate. We open up into GB 12, the whole neck shoulder area. Let's open up the neocortex and all the facial nerves brings us back to GB 12. We can take it all the way down. The spinal artery, all the spinal nerves, head to toe C5, six, seven. We mentioned long thoracic to the diagram T six. We also have the brachial plexus there. It goes down the arms into the almond radio medial nerves, all the way to the Packers. So through the elbows wrists, down to the fingertips, um, when he brought it down the spine and the spinal artery, so he got the anti inflammatory immune points at T one, two, three, four, and seven.
Speaker 1 00:17:20 We got the heart vessels circulation at T five. We got the diaphragm and the pericardium at T six T seven was more circulation down. Take it to the nerves. And the low back area that's open all four, five for the sciatic nerve, anybody working Sadeka let's work <inaudible> to the hips, Darla GB Meridian, take it down to GB. 34 39 poo dandle as two through five behind the knees opens pelvis again, the low back area and all of that pudendal nerve down behind the knees. Take it to the front. Frantic catalyze 17 Vegas LA 18 diaphragm, CV 17. So these are the nerves in, into the, the chest, the abdomen, the GI tract, heart and lungs. So open up, bring that energy down all the way down on the kidney. Meridian, back to the feet and the ground to liver, three kidney, one below the knees to recharge the batteries, rebuild store, the chia and the lower Donte ans CV six. See before back to the feet liver, three kidney, one sinus eyes, ears, nose, mouth, and throat come next neocortex loop as nerves to all of the above. So open up GB, six to 12 open let's open up the SCMS up. So again, we're opening circulation up through the neck and the shoulders again, we're still loosening up the muscles. We're taking it up into the jaw, into the CNA.
Speaker 1 00:19:26 Okay. So ears, nose, mouth, throat. So where it CNA let's do again. Tang tying <inaudible> let's go back and get facial arteries on the neck. So triple warmer, 16, 17 do the circulation through the GV 22 for regeneration, get the motor and sensory nerves to all these organs, especially the sensory at GV 19, a lot of, most of our sense, um, functions and these organs along with our skin, which is a whole nother story, right? Anyways, back through the brain STEM the visual cortex that GB 19, we can do the neocortex loop again or all that nerve function G B12 through the neck. So see one to seven, but bring it around and open the whole facial area in Tang. <inaudible> to be all three, four, five, six tie in CNA, open the sinuses, open around the nose below the eyes, around the teeth. The gums, when we got the neck that C6 seven work for calcium balance for teeth, for gums, for, um, bone structure in the jaw, but all through the body, bone growth
Speaker 0 00:21:00 Everywhere regulate that. Um,
Speaker 1 00:21:05 Also in the thrill region on the front, the thyroid parathyroid regulates the calcium. It's still opening up the throat. So he ouch point all the points. Let's open up again, back and front teeth, one, two, three, four, seven, kidney 27, 26, 25, 24, 21. Bring all that down to the feet. Tops of the feet, liberties
Speaker 0 00:21:28 Three kidney, one grounds us, excuse me. I have nothing to drink. Virus prevention, immune and joints. It's a lot
Speaker 1 00:21:42 To just talk straight for like an hour.
Speaker 0 00:21:45 Um, okay. Virus prevention evening. So back of the head gaming and G B12. So we're opening up the parotid glands, the salivary glands, um, E E no by no Edith. Do I? Okay. Okay. So let me see Suzanne
Speaker 1 00:22:20 For spa. Okay. Let me grab these request. We just didn't rush as sciatica, Terrible with names. I probably do need no Edith and that was bad. I can't think
Speaker 0 00:22:45 Who it is. Okay.
Speaker 1 00:22:53 Let's see. Oh, there you are. Jean. Good. Okay. There you are. Alison. Good. Okay. I haven't really looked for it.
Speaker 0 00:23:03 Okay. So I mean, and rein me in Beverly Good morning. No. Okay.
Speaker 1 00:23:28 Add to your cocoa walk Marie yesterday. That was awesome.
Speaker 0 00:23:33 Okay. Um, so where
Speaker 1 00:23:36 We're doing virus prevention, immune in joints,
Speaker 0 00:23:40 And we started
Speaker 1 00:23:41 We'll do it again. Okay. Started eating,
Speaker 0 00:23:46 Get distracted. What else is new? Right. The mind is so funny like that. You're all centered and focused before we know what happened. It's often running.
Speaker 1 00:24:02 So we are opening <inaudible>. I like to open triple Wars, clean out the metabolism, um, long would do T one, two, three, four seven, kidney 27, 26, 25, 24, 21 immune front and back
Speaker 0 00:24:23 Backing from sympathetic parasympathetic. So
Speaker 1 00:24:27 Was the immune system open up? We got the lungs, the airways, the limp. Let's go see five, six, seven phrenic ally 17 down to T six, diaphragm CB 17 kidney 22 on the front, get lung one, lung two as well. So we are opening up the lungs. We can open up T five also for the heart, the vessels, kidney 23 for the, um, virus prevention. And again, strengthen some of those organs like our cardiac and respiratory systems along with just overall immune strength. Let's take it back to work. The giants. We can do the neocortex loop where it's tendons, muscles, ligaments that do GV 22 for the endorphins and pain. Also for regeneration. Take it to the endocrine system helps to balance calcification in the system. So things like joints with respond to that. Also soft tissue, um, open the motor sensory nerves top of the head.
Speaker 1 00:25:48 So again, we're loosening the whole spine, opening up the nerve pathways, taking it through the brain STEM again, more nerve pathways, taking it to the occipital Ridge for the traps, which is a big muscle neck and shoulder area. They carry a lot of tension there. It's another one of those very hefty tension spots also opens up thoracic spine. So it's opening immune system. Again, let's take that GB 12 to C5, C6 seven. Again, the brachial plexus opens the shoulders, take it down to the elbows. We're opening joints, wrist fingers. We got the immune to clear inflammation. So any of those itises T one two, three, four seven, kidney 27, 26, 25, 24 21. Take it down to the hips. So ouch point the hips L four and five again into the sciatic. S two through five into the Prudential. Take us two out again, down the GB Meridian, eight beyond already. And I'm behind the knees to the ankles are still opening up the low back the hips, the femur heads. We got the, um, frantic. Begus bring it down through the chest,
Speaker 0 00:27:13 Bring it down
Speaker 1 00:27:14 To the hips again. The femur heads, the pre-dental at stomach 30 liver, 12 spleen 12, bring it down into the knees. Spleen nine, 10 liver, eight stomach 36 GB 34 all around the ouch points around the knees. Open up for mobility, flexibility inside and outside the, um,
Speaker 0 00:27:36 Um, ankles. <inaudible> yes, I, so, um, inside
Speaker 1 00:27:48 Liver three kidney, one
Speaker 0 00:27:50 Ground,
Speaker 1 00:27:52 Respiratory cardiac back to the TN dog,
Speaker 0 00:27:55 Um, and the SCMS out, um,
Speaker 1 00:28:18 In the circulation through the neck, to the brain, to the brain STEM, the nine GB 17 regulatory regulates cardiac respiratory function. So both cardiac and respiratory centers are located on the brain STEM. So we want to open the middle. Yeah.
Speaker 0 00:28:38 The brain STEM BL nine GV 17 PW 16, 17, excuse me. Um,
Speaker 1 00:28:57 So clean out metabolism, open up circulation, open up regeneration GB 22. Again, the clotting factors from the endocrine. So B six, take it back through the brain STEM.
Speaker 0 00:29:15 The occipital
Speaker 1 00:29:16 Ridge helps open long thoracic. The guy burned pericardium helps regulate the breath also helps open the, um, her vessels. So let's take the long thoracic to GB 12 to C5, C6 seven, I'm sorry, the occipital Ridge to GB 12 to C5, six 76 diaphragm T1 T2 T3, T4 T five T six T seven. Back through the immune's antiinflammatories lungs, vessels, airways, heart diaphragm circulation into the lower body. So we can go back phrenic Vegas, open the SCMS up again, through the carotids, back into Liberty rules pass, or the brain STEM up through the circle of Willis, bring it to the chest, bring it to CB 17 kidney 23, kidney 22 heart diaphragm vessels, Breland, hormone metabolism. Take it down from the hips to the feet. Ooh, excuse me. Every time I ground us, I get a little more relaxed and I've got that hole down to the ground river three kidney one.
Speaker 1 00:30:47 I've got that whole really tingly thing going. I don't really know what's in the, um, headset, the time he handed to me Saturday that I accidentally wore home that we're using. I think it's cinnabar. And I think it is like a relapse relaxation, emotional thing. And I'm just like sleepy again. I've been really kind of sleepy off and on only these last days. So, but I've got all the Tingley. Like every time I sit in front of this device, my whole upper body starts to tingle and this could be part of what's happening with my risks beyond the calcium and the little box. I don't know. Something's clearly healing it. Um, so again, I've got this stuff set up really for everybody. So we have digestive wait, genital urinary next, and we do emotions again. Then we dive into the other, um, things that need to be treated or that will be treated.
Speaker 1 00:31:55 Okay. What needs to be highlighted? Making me so sleepy. You have to go look at a bathtub after I'm done with you guys. Make sure it's comfortable to sit in before I buy a bathtub that I hate. Okay. Very Patrice. Your name, Bruce. I already gave gene and Annie. Okay. Someone else? Maybe not. Okay. So we'll keep going with the digestion. Wait, genital urinary. Okay. You mean digestion and Janet or urinary works well for both? Open up the product glands, salivary glands initiates the whole digestive process. Open up triple one's, 16, 17 balancing metabolism open up metabolism helps us balance weight open up GV 22, 23. Again, we regulate the appetite here and the signaling will come back as part of a, um, signal piece of the weight room. Open up B L six endocrine. I think endocrin plays a part in our weight as well.
Speaker 1 00:33:58 So we are bringing it back into the brainstem, which is the root of the Vegas nerve Vegas re um, integrates the whole GI tract all the way down. We're also going back into the occipital <inaudible> occipital, and we're just going to open the whole thoracic spine as well as the day. So again, part of our digestive function, GB 12 for the cervical plexus, open up C5, C6 seven T six diaphragm relax. The diaphragm open the abdominal region T one, two, three, four, and seven kidney 27, 26, 25, 24, 21 open and clear inflammation. So things like colitis is inflammatory Frum's is inflammatory IBS. Um, so clear any inflammation, um, esophogitis isn't flammatory and it open up the whole GI trap. So from T two 12 L four Oh five from kidney 23, we bring that down. We open the middle warmers, the SD 21 to 25 to the pelvic bowl.
Speaker 1 00:35:20 And you open up CBC six C before. So again, we're opening the organs. We can open up T six stomach stretch receptors grelin and kidney 22. We signal the brain about appetite. We can open T4 for leptin. We can open the brain STEM signaling. It's being passed up to the hypothalamus pituitary GB 22, and take it over to the insular cortex. Bring it back to the brainstem again. G B12 Vegas nerve down again through the GI track, let's take T seven down also into the whole lumbosacral area for the endocrine base, male, female organs, as well as the, um, urinary tract. So lumbosacral both as well as the pelvic bowl. So doing Y we're getting, um, all the CV, stomach, kidney liver, all these meridians, as we work the front of the doll, excuse me, bring the tree down to the ankles. Bring the cheek down to the feet, back up below the knees on the front. So <inaudible> is a GI point and also recharges the batteries, which I obviously need. Then when we recharge the batteries would go to the pelvic bowl. So we're still working out, which points for the genital urinary and the lower GI system.
Speaker 1 00:37:21 Alison good absorption. Bring it down to the feet in the ground. Liver three kidney one, I guess I better get moving. It's nine 38, nine 39. Here we go. For the, um, trauma emotions let's go to like Tom would do in Chang or factory or young factories. He calls it. Okay. Yang, CNA. Oh, that's mine. That's not his tea. Yin Tang, Thai yang GBA, TW 20 C2, both sides, GB 13, 14, both sides. So it can relaxation. Peace of mind, memory and focus GV 22, 23, right down all the way down until you turn to emotional parents, intuitive guidance, PTSD,
Speaker 0 00:38:36 Trauma, anxiety, fear, all kinds of things that we can release. Insular left side problem. TB 13 key in Tang, back to tying back to CNA S T 11, 12. So 16, 17, TW 16, 17 GB, 2021 take all the energy or the front, the chest wash it to the feet. So any of the, um, trauma anxiety that's released, we just want to wash it down right out through the songs. We can let it go. Then 10 tying GPA to the feet and the ground. So liver three kidney one. Okay. We'll do Virginia's lungs when we do, um, produce one second. I to see if Cynthia sent me an email and see one before class in terms of me, and sometimes anyways, we're going to go through the cancer list. We're going to do Parkinson's ALS ms. Since one. Um, yes, Cynthia is here. Um, <inaudible> okay. So, um, let's go back up and do it so sorry. I keep yawning it. You all
Speaker 1 00:41:44 Suzanne stage four
Speaker 0 00:41:47 Uterine. Well,
Speaker 1 00:41:48 So I'm very involved also do when we do, um,
Speaker 0 00:41:53 Cynthia,
Speaker 1 00:41:54 When we work on you, we'll do Suzanne's too. Okay. So first we're doing perfect blood. Then we're going to do the, um, Parkinsonians ALS ms. Stuff. So perfect blood. We're hitting that CLL with Mets, frickin, we're getting happy. Mama. We're getting anyone else that is in Tom's birth. That's given me permission
Speaker 0 00:42:16 To work on them.
Speaker 1 00:42:18 So triple warmer, 1617 will be part of all of the, um, next bunch of treatments. We balance metabolism, clean out toxins, rev up metabolism for healthy balance cell growth. We want to clean out unhealthy cells, replace them with healthy new growth GV 22, the growth hormone, 2223. Also the telomeres Mary's B L six as well for the endocrine system helps to balance calcium and clotting factors in the blood from the, um, parathyroid. So we can open up top of the head, loosens the whole spine, charges the system again. Good for everybody just charge at all, uh, helps open all the nerve pathways as we relax the spine.
Speaker 1 00:43:17 We can take it to the brainstem for the brain STEM cells. Again, I'm always part of the anticancer work, open up the occipital Ridge into key B12. So occipital range, we are calling it BL nine and a half these days cause it's between nine and 10, um, opens again the traps, the whole thoracic spine. So is actually a great point. Open up GB 12 helps open the whole neck shoulder area. So down to the C6 seven, the thyroid parathyroid, the S T nine 10 on the front, the clotting factors opening, um, T1 T2 T3, T4 seven immune auto-immune T cells, B cells, healthy immune function, bone marrow spleen, take it to C5. Six, seven, again, always part of the, um, work long-term Rassic nerve and phrenic LA 17 on front both Intervate the diaphragm T six CB 17 kidney 20 open up for oxygenation for blood specifically T seven, C7, sorry, C 71 T 79 T 11 L to open the front Relic again, Vegas again through the chest bone marrow, immunes open up again, all your organs, spleen liver, the stomach right down through the kidney, stimulating the red cells bring all that sheet of the feet, grounding it, that liver three and kidney one.
Speaker 1 00:45:10 So tremor and Parkinsonian symptoms is next. Also if Matt or anybody is around with ALS, um, we do that and we do the ms. We've got the motor sensory in there and the EMS is in view. Um, actually hit points a bunch, but we'll hit them again. So Janice I think is probably on, is usually on, might not be today.
Speaker 1 00:45:38 Um, but we'll send it to her anyways. And again, like it's any of the itises, maybe Amos street quest. No, she's not. She can just be off somewhere. Okay. So, um, anyways, keep going. So let's get to, you know, let's get sky wind Noah, back to the brainstem. So we're opening this circulation open basil ganglia, basil artery simulate, dopamine stimulate dopamine open the nerve pathways. Can you be 17 bill nine? So we have that circulation open to the brain from the front, right back to the brainstem. Triple warmer, 16, 17 GB 22 regenerates 22, 23 motor association, sensory GV, 21 2019, B L six, seven eight into the brain STEM. So again, nerve pathways, dopamine production open the, um, facial nerves. So from GB six to 12, the neocortex loop also helps mobility. It is tendon muscle ligaments as well. So we can open the occipital Ridge GB 12 opens from C1 to seven.
Speaker 1 00:47:39 We're taking it all the way down the spiral artery. So T one through 1201 through five S one through five. You name the knees, the ankles open up the C five, C, six and seven. Um, got the circulation on the neck. We're getting the calcification, getting the brachial plexus shoulders. Take it again on the radio. Medial nerves down the arms to the elbows, wrists and fingers. T one, two, three, four, and seven clears inflammation works on the irises. So the arthritis for people, we open the joints again, L four L five S two three, four, five, open up the hip joint. The femur heads open up behind the knees behind the ankles, open the front again, the chest. So Clarions down the arms to the elbows, wrists and spenders chest down to the hips, circulation down the spleen ready and right down to the knees.
Speaker 1 00:48:55 Liver, eight spleen down 10 stomach, 36 TB, 34 to 39. Take it inside the ankles so that the liver three kidney one ground. Okay, boy, this device is very, very powerful for relaxation. I think it's the cinnabar. Um, plus it's near this other device right around where I always keep the probe to ground the doll. So it is just like knocking me out. I don't know about any of you guys, if any of you are getting this or not, but I think it has made me very sleepy and last hour. Okay. That was the tremor. Parkinsonians we did the sinuses. We did the tenderness. We did teen thyroid nerves. We did John Kerry and his group. We did Kerry Coco. We did Ken CLL, Patricia Samuel Dolly, and Pat JT Aster blue sky with her crew Sydney. Let's do neurofibromatosis. Okay. Listen. Some cheated the eyes at the same time.
Speaker 1 00:50:19 Here we go for Sydney, triple warmer's, 16, 17, again, metabolism GV 2223 growth hormone. <inaudible> P L six. We balance hormones all with hormone based. Um, we work right here at the top of the head. We open up the motor and the sensory nerves, especially sensory to the eyes, open up the visual cortex GB 19 open up the brain STEM for all the nerve pathways. Open the neocortex loop, the Gates center above GPA to GB 12 to facial arteries, to C3 four, focus around to the right eye, but open up both times in 10 tying be all one, two, we can get the L three let's skip B six again, take it to <inaudible> open up the neck and shoulders again per Sydney. So relaxing it, opening the circulation. Also up to the eyes, up to the brain. Good for you to Diane. Open the occipital Ridge GB B12 C one to seven T one through 47, all one L two Tina Cape town from the front phrenic diaphragm.
Speaker 1 00:52:03 We've got the long-term classic and diaphragm at the same time on the back. So C5 six 76 LA 17, CB 17 per Sydney. Take the kidney Meridian on the front, bring it all the way down again from the chest through the immune function, through the liver hopes, detox, kidneys, help detox and fluid balance. The adrenals house balance, the stress hormone, and our part of the endocrine. As well as the pancreas we bought on the way down. Also endocrine hormone balance sugar balance for anybody doing diabetes, bring it to the toes and the feet liver, three kidney, one right out through the soles.
Speaker 1 00:52:47 Okay. We get the skin with Cynthia. Um, Casey's wife for breast Murray. Patrice is on for breast. Um, Sani is on with brass. So we're going to get breast next again. We'll also get skin at the same time and we'll get scan again when we do, um, when we work on Cynthia. Okay, that's next? This breast. Send it to Judy in Germany. Okay. Your aunt and uncle can't sit still. And you're very sleepy. Interesting. Alison you're relaxed. Yeah. I'm just like mush. I mean, I have to go out. It's like, you gotta be kidding me. I want to lay down on the sofa and sleep, but anyways, so your aunt and uncle can't sit still interesting.
Speaker 1 00:53:52 Hmm. Okay. Hi Carolyn. Yeah, we've done diabetes a few times already this morning, both one and two. They just did the eyes again for Sydney. We did the nerves a couple minutes ago when we redid the, um, ALS ms. Parkinson's type work. So we just did that as well. On top of the work we did earlier, that was for everybody. Okay. So anyways, we're going to do breast Cathy. Let's send this to Kathy T also she's another one that's working breast from the Hazel group. Okay. So let's go to triple warmer. 16, 17 metabolism T talks, GV 22 growth hormone. 22, 23. <inaudible> endocrine breast is endocrine. Here we go. Back through the motor, the sensory, the brain brainstem for the brain STEM cells, Biel nine, GV 17 let's open the occipital Ridge GB 12 C5, six, seven is long. Thoracic diaphragm also opens up, perhaps family open up T4 kidney 24 breast open up. So when we get the long thoracic, we also get grelin at T six, kidney 22 gremlin, open up the, um, T one, two, three, four seven, the focus T4 kidney 27, 26, 25, 24. Focus there, the 21 open up T nine S T 21, kidney 20 for the liver, open up the C6 seven for the bone, open up the brain, STEM into the, um, throat areas as well to see <inaudible> 11 for married, Patrice. So we got the breast where you go up lungs, chronic nerve, the oxygenation, the growling,
Speaker 0 00:56:26 The bone, spring it to the hips too. That don't work for Kathy. Take it from the, okay. So
Speaker 1 00:56:38 We got all the aspects. We got the metabolism
Speaker 0 00:56:40 Growth hormone, the brain STEM cells, the phrenic new oxygenation. Okay. So we get it all. So let's take it from <inaudible> also works. Emotional bounds, help clear the troll. Ty CNA GBA, kidney 27, back down to one and ground liver. Three kidney one. Okay. We have done the insomnia. We did the PTSD. I'm sending cheated that, but boils.
Speaker 1 00:57:36 Sorry. That sounds awful. Taco. I always assume you're in Tahoe with your name. I don't really know that we've done the inflammation. We've done the emotional step a couple of times, which addresses things like our memory, our focus, et
Speaker 0 00:57:50 Cetera. Um, yes,
Speaker 1 00:57:52 We just did the Breslins and frenetic neuro vertigo from neck and brain. We've done a lot of neck brain nerve work vertigo. Okay. So when we're at CNA, that's another good one for vertigo.
Speaker 0 00:58:05 Um, neocortex loop also, um, to open that up,
Speaker 1 00:58:15 Circulation is really good for the migraines. We did happy moments, perfect blood. So Bruce isn't feeling well with his gut, but we're working on the lungs. Um, so we're going to do the lungs. Then we're going to do the lymphoma. Then we're going to do cervix genital wood skin. And,
Speaker 0 00:58:32 And then I think, and I think we are done. We're busy and fidgety than usual. Okay. I wonder if that's
Speaker 1 00:58:43 Because so many of us are very used to the chassis and they're not so much. And when you put them in the other day, it's interesting. It's interesting to see. Um, I mean, I'm fidgety, but I'm relaxed. I'm fidgety in my chair. Okay. Anyways, let's go back and do Bruce let's work on him and make him feel better.
Speaker 0 00:59:05 Um, okay. Just
Speaker 1 00:59:10 Never know what the stuff Tom does.
Speaker 0 00:59:13 Okay. Bruce, triple warmer, 16, 17 GV, 22, 23,
Speaker 1 00:59:22 B L six. Bring it back through motor and sensory. The nerve pathways to the brain. STEM helps balance. Respiratory works with any discomfort and pain. I know yesterday, your shoulder was really hurting too. So we're always working that as well. Um, let's take him in for the stomach issues. Also any kind of fluid issues for anybody. So we're opening up the GI tract top to bottom. Let's open up the occipital Ridge <inaudible> C5, six, seven long thoracic T six, diaphragm T1 T2 T3 T six, focus, T3 T six, lungs diaphragm, oxygenation T seven, eight through 12, especially the upper GI. So let's focus. <inaudible> blood supply T a we have the esophagus and the pancreas sugar balancing for the diabetic folks. T eight T nine is stomach liver, which is probably what we're looking at. Stomach liver gallbladder piled up T nine T 10. Open it up for Bruce.
Speaker 1 01:00:43 Open up the meal warmers S T 21 to 25 as well. Bring it through the whole GI system for Bruce. Bring it to the hips for Bruce and Marsha Oh four, five. Prudential has two, three, four, and five behind the knees down to the ankles. Take the phrenic to the diaphragm for Bruce. Take the upper kidney Meridian 25 for the lungs open long, long, long to open up. Um, subclavians the right shoulder, the kidney Meridian down the gut, the middle warmers. Open up the left hip, pull the she right down through the knees to the feet. Stomach 36 is another GI tract point. So below the knees, it also recharges the batteries. CB four, CB six back to the ground liver three kidney, one Carolyn's along isn't there also Virginia's on, was in there. I don't think Carolyn is on today. Not you Carolyn would, um, frontal lobe.
Speaker 1 01:01:53 The other Carolyn that, um, Janice puts in. Okay. Anyways, we're going to do lymph next. So gene C one, two, three, Elton T one, two three Oh one, two three S one, two, three. Take it behind the knees to the ankles. Open, triple warmer. 16, 17 open, um, metabolism hormone. <inaudible> 23 <inaudible> and Duprin again through motor sensory endorsements, nerve pathways through the brain STEM, the Ming OEMing and the hypothalamus both help regulate fluid. Um, GV 17, 18. Let's do tendon muscle ligaments again, along the neocortex loop, the occipital Ridge to G B12 C5, C6 76 LA 17, CB 17 phrenic back and front again, T3 kidney 25
Speaker 0 01:02:57 For the lymph pack for the sympathetic parasympathetic. Bring it down. T seven,
Speaker 1 01:03:05 Open up Prudential, Danville as two through five, again, behind the knees down to ankles Vegas down, take it right down to the ouch point. Also Bendel's stomach 30 liver, 12 spleen 12. Let's get the blood plasma. Liver 13, 14. We bring the chief from the chest to the feet. We're running down the spleen, Meridian fluid, balancing the system, working circulation down to the feet and toes. Um, also opening up pretty immunes the anti-inflammatory work. We're taking that towel
Speaker 0 01:03:42 Back up.
Speaker 1 01:03:44 The knees recharged. Jean I'm tingling so much lower done. 10.
Speaker 0 01:03:55 Ooh. Wow. Excuse me again. When we're done to book books, middle Warner's heart center, thoracic duct recycle the lymphatic back to the feet. Right?
Speaker 1 01:04:17 Liver three kidney one, Cynthia cervix, genital skin work the triple warmer's. One more time. Metabolism, healthy balance cells TV 22, 23 endocrine BL six. Take that back again. Brain STEM cells on the brain STEM take the occipital Ridge. We'll hit the points for the skin blood supply to the lower body from there as well as our long thoracic or oxygenation GB 12 C5 C6 76, open up the diaphragm. Open up ally 17, CB 17 kidney 22. Again, diet Bram, ghrelin metabolism. Open up T one, two, three, four seven. Focus, T4 for skin, kidney 24, kidney 27, six five four 21. Again, T cells B cells immune function. T seven is blood down. So
Speaker 0 01:05:18 Into the pelvic bowl for the, um, L two S three work T kidney, 15 kidney nine, open the back and the front, bring the cheetah down. Open the Prudential arrest two through five into the pelvic floor, into the pelvic organs. Bring it down on the front from the chest. And as we bring it down, we're balancing immunes respiratory opening, diaphragm, opening metabolism, opening the, um, GI tract, genital urinary pelvic ball, focusing there below the knees. We recharge back to the lower Donte Hills focus for lower GI and all that. Send it to Elaine, to in the, uh, Quincy group, back to the feet and the ground strength, support now grounding. Okay. So for everybody now I'm just gonna send cheetah all of us once it looks like I did, though. Okay. Um, so with gratitude, always to Tom, you all just want to relax, soak up the tree. We have anybody we want to include. This is a bit time to think about them. We have their permission. We always want permission to leave every pretty grounded, but this really opens everything up. One more time, top to bottom, back in front, and we have opened everything up fully multiple times.
Speaker 0 01:08:29 Okay. Everybody. Thanks for being here today. I'm back to running over consistently. So I'll try to work on that next time Friday. And I'm good to have you all here. Hopefully everybody's feeling better and I will see you Friday morning at nine. So everyone have a great day. Take care, stay away.
Welcome to the Tong Ren Podcast. Tong Ren is an energy healing therapy based on the premise that illness is related to interruptions, or blockages, in the body's natural flow of blood, neural bioelectricity, blood, hormones and chi (life force energy). Tong Ren is a powerful healing energy treatment used to help people restore their health and heal from viruses, pain, cancers, organ disorders, etc. Welcome to the Tong Ren Podcast. Please visit https://tongrenstation.com/ for more info. Speaker 0 00:00:26 Welcome to Tuesday, October 30th. Okay. I am going to start by opening the chakras, so just relax and get to it. Speaker 2 00:03:16 Bringing in the energy from the top of our head down to our feet, Speaker 1 00:03:24 Grounding us to the earth, Speaker 2 00:03:28 Putting us in sync with the earth Opening, blockages along their nervous system. Speaker 1 00:03:44 So Speaker 2 00:03:47 Steffi, kidneys, Preston cholesterol. So I'll start with depression at the top of the head, Speaker 1 00:04:05 13 Speaker 2 00:04:12 Precinct, blood and oxygen to our brain and the mind Which Tom lovingly calls Tom's Island Deep relaxation, imagining that you're at home. Speaker 1 00:04:44 Totally Speaker 2 00:04:49 Let go of fear, worry, Speaker 1 00:04:56 Lower the waves piece for the kidneys. Speaker 2 00:05:44 And then we're moving on to Denali for arthritis, The itis or OSIS, bursitis arthritis, colitis all mean inflammation. We want to reduce inflammation by opening up the immune system. Any block could just they're on T one ...
Tong Ren is an energy healing therapy based on the premise that illness is related to interruptions, or blockages, in the body's natural flow of blood, neural bioelectricity, blood, hormones and chi (life force energy). Tong Ren is a powerful healing energy treatment used to help people restore their health and heal from viruses, pain, cancers, organ disorders, etc. Welcome to the Tong Ren Podcast | https://tongrenpodcast.comPlease visit https://tongrenstation.com for more info.If you’ve benefited from this work, please make a donation to Tong Ren Station. --Anusuya QuinnFor private treatments and questions…firstname.lastname@example.org Speaker 0 00:00:00 Let me know in a minute, that's a bit of a timeline. So while we timeline, kind of grab the last request, start with emotions. Yup. Okay. Here we go. Um, okay. So we'll start with emotions, Jake. We go, hopefully I grabbed the list earlier. I think I did. Okay. So like I said, we're going to start with emotions. The device is running. The glasses were hanging on the camera facing me. So start with C two on the neck, the motor cortex that's really opening up to receive. The key to start with motor cortex is actually on the top of the head we're opening nerves. Then, then you can bring it to the top of the head, pulling the tree, let it wash to the feet, helps church and energize us open. Both sides of the front of load can be 13, 14, right? And left right hand side is relaxation. Speaker 0 00:01:50 Peace of mind. We slow the brainwaves. It's a form of brainwave entrainment. The left side is memory focus. Good ...
Tong Ren is an energy healing therapy based on the premise that illness is related to interruptions, or blockages, in the body's natural flow of blood, neural bioelectricity, blood, hormones and chi (life force energy). Tong Ren is a powerful healing energy treatment used to help people restore their health and heal from viruses, pain, cancers, organ disorders, etc. Welcome to the Tong Ren Podcast | https://tongrenpodcast.com/ Please visit https://tongrenstation.com/ for more info. If you’ve benefited from this work, please make a donation to Tong Ren Station. Speaker 1 00:00:42 Okay, here we are. Good morning. It's uh, Oh gosh, October 20th. Woo. Hello? Alright. I had to mute my volume, get all the little buttons in order. Let's see, we've got tree branch. Good morning, actually. Good morning everyone. And before I take your individual requests, I will get us all in the mode, some RNR and, um, tap on the chakras, open the chakras, ground, us to the earth. Get us relaxed. Sound like a plan. I think so. Okay. Here we are in tongue run, tuneup land and starting with the crime shock. Speaker 0 00:01:49 Right? Speaker 1 00:01:55 I can feel it. Doesn't write down my neck, down my arms. Speaker 0 00:02:02 I guess they really need it too. Speaker 1 00:02:16 Tapping on the crown chakra To the end tongue, the third eye, Pretty powerful energy this morning. I don't usually feel it like this when I'm tapping. So hopefully you're all able to just sit back, relax and get tapped. You don't ...