I’m a great believer in energy flow, which is slowly gaining more understanding here in the West — although to be frank, it’s easily simplified this way: When the body is healthy and operating the way it should be, all its internal systems are moving without hindrance. In other words, all its metabolic energy systems are in equilibrium and all those internal tasks are carried out smoothly. You can further simplify by summing it up and saying the energy flow is consistent, that you are in a good physical place.
I occasionally — but regularly — go for visits with an energy healer, and I’ve asked him to guest-write someday for the site. He’s agreed and will better explain the process and its benefits to you, so stay tuned.
Anyway, so I wanted to give a short product review for today, an itty bitty one because I’m out of town right now and don’t have my materials apart from my trusty laptop.
An accessory for healing that’s worthy of consideration is Shuzi jewelry (men, fear not, they’re not like, dangly earrings). Explore the linked site for more info and check out their products and research data (if you’re analytical like some people I know!). You don’t have to take my word for it, but I just want to point you in a direction worth thinking about. Go to shuziqi.com for their official website.
Watch this video which demonstrates its effects on blood flow (I’m still trying to figure out how to fiddle with the size of these videos, so sorry about the incorrect placement):
I have a simple silver bracelet, pictured above. You can feel its effects immediately: without the bracelet, stand on one leg with an arm extended perpendicular to your body, and have someone push down on your arm.
You should topple over pretty easily.
Now, with the bracelet on, do the same. You’ll stand stable.
Why? The jewelry blocks energies that attack you in the air, like radio waves, stuff coming out of a running microwave, cell phone signals, television, etc. All of that has an accumulated effect on our body systems. The technology involved apparently works by blocking against EMF, electromagnetic fields, therefore limiting the bombardments of stress that we unwittingly take in everyday life.
I recently had mine replaced because I’d accidentally broken it over the course of about a year (wear and tear); you’re directed to wear it when you think you most need it, but I wear it 24/7 since I don’t think blocking out bad energies is something to limit — and usually I’m sort of prone to tripping and random, awkward “foot confusion” moments.
They come with a year guarantee and are fairly up there in price, but I personally think it’s worth the investment. I wear it on the left arm for obvious reasons — plus, the bracelet needs manipulating to open and close over the wrist — and the nice part is it’s an inconspicuous way to positively affect your balance and overall stability.
Even my personal trainer wears one, and her husband too (an ex-[American] football player). She is, actually, the one I learned about the bracelets from.
What do you think? Leave a comment below if you have any questions or anything to say. A little food for thought. Remember, just a suggestion. 🙂
To our healing,