Free Channel-Based Scar Treatment
If you have taken Anti-Parkinson or any dopamine-enhancing medication, we will NOT be able to treat you.
At Mindfully Centered, we've had great success treating surgery scars, and are ready to share our success with both the patients and the practitioners.
We are committed to providing free Channel-Based Scar Treatment as follows:
One year from 8/12/2019 to 8/10/2020, every Monday morning from 9am to 12pm
Book up to 10 patients per Monday's free clinic
Invite up to 4 LACs and 2 practitioners on every Monday's free clinic
Each patient session is about 1 hour
Channel-Based Scar Treatment is based on Dr. Janice Walton-Hadlock's book "Tracking the Dragon". We all have 14 regular Channels which are electrical in nature. Scar tissues create far more resistance which causes the Channels to flow incorrectly. The aberrant Channel flow, over time, may create significant health issues.
For example, we've treated a patient with melanoma at the sole of his foot, the most deadly form of skin cancer. He had surgery scars on both medial sides of the knees 60 years ago. Another patient who had a recent kidney failure had a talus scar 30 years ago. We certainly can't prove that the scars were the causes of their illnesses. However, both scars were on the path of kidney Channels -- channels which go to both the bottom of the feet and the kidneys.
Channel-Based Scar Treatment strives to resolve health issue potentially caused by scars. Below is a list of scars and their possible symptoms.
Knee replacement: digestion and sleep issues, leg/calf/ankle edema, neck/shoulder/back/knee pain, anger.
Ankle injuries: may be due to bone surgery or bicycle accidents. May result in kidney issue, anxiety, anger/depression, digestion issues, neck pain, shortness of breath, sleep issues, lack of energy.
C-Section: shortness of breath or difficult breathing, lack of genuine emotions, depression, digestion issues, blood issues, lack of energy
Spinal scars: body stiffness, neck pain, insomnia, forgetful or foggy, anger, depression, fear, etc.
Major surgeries like Mastectomy, Heart surgery, Gall Bladder removal, etc.: difficulty breathing, lack of energy, immobility, etc.
Others like dog bites, burns, major cuts, etc.: various symptoms of general unwellness.
Moments after treatments of chronic scars, the patients normally experienced a rush of energy flow and the sensation that "I'm alright again". Short-term scar treatment may not be felt as distinct, but we feel it's important for all scars to be treated within 6 months of full physical recovery.
Please book your own free scar treatment, or share this information with your friends and loved one.
Love Peace Harmony
-- John Chu 7/25/2019