Chakras by Simon Emsley PhD
At the Iaso Wellness Center we use Energy Modalities in order to heal the past so that the body can heal itself in the present day. We talk a lot about Chakras and Meridians and raising your energetic vibrations.
These are all bound up in the aura surrounding our bodies. Some talk about the aura as being a New Age concept; but it is clear that our bodies generate electromagnetic fields and that these can be demonstrated to exist not just by scientific experiments but with the use of a simple children’s toy and dowsing rods. To look at the way in which the body produces an electric current or an electromagnetic field we need to look at quantum physics, but more of this another time.
If we accept that our bodies can generate these fields the question is not one of do they exist but how some people can see them and also detect or even determine the state of someone’s health but observing the aura. We can also show with the use of dowsing rods the effects of thinking negative thoughts as opposed to positive thoughts and holding positive emotions. It can be demonstrated that when someone thinks negative thoughts the field around that person shrinks, becomes smaller and closer to the body. Conversely, positive thoughts are shown to increase the size of the aura.
This brings us back to the Chakras and Meridian systems. It is generally accepted that the word chakra is derived from a Sanskrit root and translates as wheel, a circle or cycle. One of the Veda, Hindu scriptures, Rigveda mentions Chakra with the meaning of “wheel”, with ara (spokes). In Sanskrit texts the word is also used to describe the “wheel of time” or “wheel of dharma”. The term Chakra is also reported from Buddhist and other religious texts.
Chakra is a part of the esoteric medieval era theories about physiology and psychic centers that emerged across Indian traditions between 1500 and 1000 BC. The theory stated that human life simultaneously exists in two parallel dimensions, one the “physical body” and the other the “psychological, emotional, mind, non-physical” which is called the “subtle body”.
This subtle body is energy, while the physical body is mass. It is also thought that the subtle body can be subdivided into seven layers and so the subtle body can also be termed a multi-dimensional body. This subtle body or energy body can be broken down further into three physical plane bodies; the etheric body, the emotional body and the mental body.
There are also three spiritual plane bodies, the causal body or free will body; the celestial body or body of love and the Ketheric template or Spiritual Body. These two sets are connected by the Astral Body that forms a bridge between the two. sets. It is considered that the physical plane bodies closest to the body process the energies dealing with the physical planes whereas the outer three process the energies from the spiritual planes. It is said that the energies from the outer planes must pass through the “fire of the heart” or the Heart Chakra in order to access the planes closest to the body.
It is also considered that each body or layer has its own seven Chakras which are nested within the other auric and etheric body chakras. As each layer or body extends outwards the Chakras vibrate at higher rates. The chakras in the etheric body vibrate at a lower rate than those in the causal body. This allows energy to be transmuted between all bodies to all chakras.
Atlantean Healing Explained by Simon Emsley PhD
Atlantean Healing™ is a high vibrational energy that was used in the healing temples of Atlantis by the priests and priestesses. The attunement and the system was channeled by Birkan Tore and is taught internationally..
Atlantean Healing™ sessions are designed to balance the energy field as Atlanteans believed dis-ease was a manifestation of the imbalance in the energy field. We also focus on listening to the body and its messages to find out the root causes of the conditions. In this modality we do not focus on dis-ease but simply acknowledge it and instead focus on perfect health. The energy is very high vibrational and powerful, yet it feels gentle when channeling or receiving it. Each session is conducted by a certified Atlantean Healing Practitioner™ and Atlantean Angels, who will be assisting with the application of the energy and healing process.
The energy can be used as a hands-on healing technique but also without laying on of the hands or can also be sent from distance. An Atlantean Healing™ session can take 15 to 40 minutes depending on the needs of the client and practitioner’s inner guidance. Atlantean Healing Energy though, will continue working and balancing the energy field of the client for several hours. This way there will be no sudden shifts or energy release caused by the treatment. The highest good of the client is always the core intention for each session. The practitioners respect the soul path and soul lessons of the client and support the clients on their path. The individual is provided with intuitive guidance received during the session.
Explore well-being beyond the medical by Simon Emsley PhD
The Iaso Wellness Center was established as a Holistic Wellness Center where we apply integrative methods or complementary and alternative therapies to address our clients needs. There is raising awareness of the benefits of alternative methods and how they can be combined with traditional Western Medicine and also Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Some may consider the alternative methods that we and others apply are “a bit out there” or a bit strange, certainly in an era and a culture where we take pills to cure our problems. There is reluctance to use these alternative methods as stand alone treatments or in parallel with the traditional medically prescribed solutions.
However, when we look back through history we find that color therapy and sound therapy were commonly used by the Egyptians, the Greeks and the Chinese. Chromotherapy is a centuries old concept, with the Egyptians and Greeks using light and color.
In ancient Greece, color was used to restore balance using both direct exposure to sunlight and indirect methods where garments, oils, plasters, ointments and salves were used to treat disease. Avicenna (AD 980) advanced the idea that color is an observable symptom of disease. Today we see a yellowing of the skin, jaundice, as being an indication of liver disease or the excessive breakdown of red blood cells.
Similarly sound and music therapy has its beginnings in ancient times. Pythagoras, the Greek philosopher who lived approximately from 580 to 500 B.C., saw music as being based on the laws of nature. The specific vibrational rates affecting energy fields point to the potential for notes, tones and vibrations to promote healing.
If we look through the scientific literature we see a growing number of papers and articles on alternative methods and integrative approaches to healing. One such paper, published by the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, discusses the use of integrative medicine in head and neck cancer.
In 2016 Matovina and others published an article that used recent data to outline the decision making inherent in integrative medicine utilization among patients with head and neck cancer, the article discussed the ethical implications inherent in balancing integrative and conventional approaches to treatment and to highlight available resources to enhance head and neck cancer providers’ understanding of integrative medicine.
The authors used randomized controlled trials involving integrative medicine or complementary and alternative medicine treatment for cancer patients. The data were drawn from a systematic database search and were categorized into cancer prevention, treatment and symptom management.
The authors concluded that integrative medicine is gaining popularity for the management of cancer and is most commonly used for symptom management. A number of randomized controlled trials provide data to support integrative therapies, yet physicians who treat head and neck cancer may be faced with ethical dilemmas and practical barriers surrounding incorporation of integrative medicine.
American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, Volume: 156 issue: 2, page(s): 228-237 Integrative Medicine in Head and Neck Cancer by Chloe Matovina, Andrew C. Birkeland, MD, Suzanna Zick, ND, MPH, Andrew G. Shuman, MD.
Explore well-being beyond the medical
Essential Oil Expansion by Ellen Rayner, Aromatherapist, Atherae Essential Oils Blends
Listen to any popular love song and you can recognize how powerfully our emotions affect our sense of well-being. Consider these words from a song entitled Immortal by Evanescence:
“These wounds won’t seem to heal;
The pain is just to real;
There’s just too much that time cannot erase.”
Today, many healers, wisdom teachers, doctors and therapists agree that it is time for humanity to deal with the subtle reality of strong emotions and bring them consciousness for the health and well-being of our community on Planet Earth, now over 7,000,000,000 strong!
In an article entitled Wisdom’s Way, Angeles Arrien states: “to achieve an adult sense of freedom, we must come to terms with unresolved anger, disappointment, despair and feelings of repugnance concerning death. We can no longer harbor our illusions, aversions or attachments. Recognizing these feelings is only the first step”.
There are many ways to take this first step of recognition. One of the most powerful methods to bring feelings to the surface is through the use of essential oils and aromatherapy. The sense of smell is the only one of the five senses directly linked to the limbic area of the brain, the emotional control center. The scent of a particular fragrance can evoke memories and emotions before we are even consciously aware of them. When smells are involved, we react first and think later. In my world this reaction includes all our lifetimes, and thus we continually uncover unresolved memories also. In a sense, one could say that scent is a gateway to the soul. We can certainly limit our spiritual evolution and ascension by suppressing this sense.
Another factor that contributes to the effectiveness of these oils is that the vegetable kingdom appeared on our planet long before the animal kingdom, and the two realms evolved in close interaction. We depend on plants for many reasons (food, energy, oxygen) and there is between plants and humans a complementary relationship. We are part of the same whole, which is life itself. When individuals react most strongly to scent, I usually find that they were overexposed to or currently use too many synthetic, petroleum-based products. This is hard to avoid since these are used in the majority of household and personal care products on the market today.
Atherae Essential Oil Blends are developed and created to bring to the surface of awareness the reality and magnitude of emotional pain. Possibly, the first is that of separation when the newborn begins its trip through the birth canal to experience light, gravity and the need to take in air through the lungs for the first time. I believe that when each one of us decided to embody and join the human race, we also agreed to accept the assignment of dealing with and beginning to heal certain emotional wounds that are part of belonging to humanity. Thus, that early feeling of being separate, alone and abandoned is the beginning of the way back to Source
“What’s the alternative? Well, since you’re going to experience these feelings and thoughts anyway, maybe it’s part of the plan, the journey, the human experience. Maybe a first step lies in remembering that you’ve already felt the fear and all the other stuff you’re afraid of and you didn’t die. Life went on”. Mark Bender, PhD., Black Ice and Banana Peels – Getting a Grip on Your Mind.
When used with clear intentions, your core essence blend created while working closely with Ellen will assist you in recognizing and releasing long suppressed emotions that hinder your sense of well-being.