Body activation in five steps

Balancing the effects of a Paralysis Hangover

Now that we have the tools at hand, time has come to start healing. The process of helping your body out of a Paralysis Hangover can be broken down into 5 easy to understand steps, that may be repeated until you are happy:

  1. Determine the object
  2. Measure the state in %
  3. Direct your loving intentional attention at the object
  4. Count 1-10, 10-1 or use the rosary
  5. Measure the new state in %

The attentive reader may have noticed, that state is measured in %, where as the adjusting process only uses 10 steps. Principally you could measure and balance using the same scale.

If you do more than just a single balancing, or if you are working as a practitioner, you have to know at any time, where and what you are at. Whence it has proven practical to measure in % and count from 1-10 or 10-1. This is merely pragmatism.

You may also experiment with a single yes or no. It could look like in this example:

  1. The object is for instance psoas
  2. Ask: “Is psoas influenced?” If the answer is no, you are done and can move on to the next object. If the answer is Yes, continue with the next steps.
  3. Direct your loving intentional attention at the psoas
  4. Count 1-10, 10-1 or use the rosary
  5. Ask: “Is psoas balanced?” If the answer is no, repeat the this process. If the answer is yes, continue with the next object.

Using only yes or no will speed up your work. Finding an exact % at any stage is time consuming and not important, if you work persistent and determined to balance any point down to zero.

However, determining the % at least some times in the process may help you to get the feeling of progress and where you are on the road to healing.

Another thing is: Why not balance and measure simultaneously? You may be able to do just that. But for the beginner, it is recommended to keep these two distinct different tasks apart. Measure, balance, measure until your goal is achieved.

Determine the object

A logic approach is to check with every muscle, every organ, every vein, nerve and so on. In the end this would lead us deep down in the body and the need to address each and every cell. This would be a never ending story; do not pursue this path!

Instead we start out choosing the whole body as a unit. We walk through the 5 steps until we have brought the load down to zero.

This sound easy! It is tempting to believe, that with this step, you are done, that you are out of the long lasting Paralysis Hangover.

Most likely you are not. The organs in question, heart, lungs, diaphragm, liver, intestines and so on are all meant to stand a short Paralysis. When the alarm is over, they simply should return to their normal state and the thriving life goes on.

Getting out of a Paralysis Hangover however, that lasted for decades, does not come from it self. Think of it as a tension spring. After having been overstretched, it has lost its agility and ability to contract. Thus it needs your loving attention.

Hence, although our measure for the whole body says zero, there may be a lot more to look into. Therefore from here we penetrate the details to see, what may be left. At least we can know, that some load on organs and muscles has been balanced.

How much can be done with this first approach highly depends on different things. Firstly how capable are you, or is the practitioner? The skilled person will quickly find his way through the needed processes, where as the untrained person may spend looong time simply to come to the experience of measuring or even changing anything.

Just stick to it! Eventually you can get help at www.innate.one. In reality this process does not take place neither in space, nor in time. Hence it can be done from anywhere, for anybody, anytime; and even demanding no time.

As any misalignment a child can be born with is meant to disappear spontaneously in the caring love of the mother, in the moment she has surplus for her child, any such misalignment can disappear spontaneously, when a caring consciousness touches upon an affected person.

Next of course it depends on the state of the patient. For the ones, that had some traumas in early childhood and now live an easy and happy life, most of the load can be skipped with this first step. For those however, that live in fear and daily stress, the process of balancing may lead deep down in body parts, that generally get little or no attention at all.

For most people some few loads will jump back up again, as soon as they are left out of sight. That is normal and may indicate weak points of this body or some left hand work of the practitioner. Just rebalance until the organ has regained its resilience and has become capable of bouncing upcoming stress loads.

Hence a next step is breaking the problem zones down and measure one after the other:

  • Nervous System
  • Cranium
  • Face
  • Vertebral column
  • Pelvis
  • Extremities
  • Viscera
  • Glands
  • Connective tissue
  • Other parts of the body