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These articles have been written in response to our clinical experiences over many years at the Balancing Center. Our comments and discoveries are not presented as the result of scientific research, since we do not perform double-blind cross-over controlled studies with placebos, single-nutrient deprivation, or animal experiments. However, we have come across some useful discoveries that we have verified, over time, on an individual basis in our clinical practice.
Every now and then we will present a new article describing something we have observed that may be of interest to health practitioners, researchers in nutritional biochemistry, and people with health questions who are searching for non-medical health information.

Rewiring a Few Old Beliefs

Taking a Second Look

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The information presented in these articles has been validated by the consistent correlation of client results, but it has not been verified by the scientific procedures of physical testing. Since our form of inquiry is vibrational, this work doesn’t lend itself to the usual parameters of reductive scientific methods. What we are presenting here are our observations of the biological and emotional changes that have occurred as a result of nutritional and bioenergy field intervention.

Our reference for validating our discoveries is the personal account of health effects that our clients have experienced. We are also guided by their observation of changes in their ability to make more conscious choices, to use better skills for effective conflict resolution, and to feel more at peace within themselves.

Anecdotal information, ridiculed and dismissed by medical researchers, is our most useful resource. When the client says what happened, or didn’t happen, that is true for that person. It may be true for many. As individual evidence accumulates, we make correlations. This gives us a reference to work from, when other clients come in with similar challenges.

Clinical experience is a resource that most medical people depend upon to form their intuitive decisions. It’s ironical that “clinical experience” is simply accumulated anecdotal evidence. For us, these observations cannot become generalizations, they must still be validated individually for each client. Well-established solutions that we have come to depend upon don’t always work every time, for every person. One size fits only the one it fits.

When we were first starting out years ago, one of my professional friends, Mark Rosen, said that if you are never surprised, you’re probably doing it wrong! Knowing this, we are constantly aware of the hazard of self-validation, so as we test, we frequently re-focus ourselves to maintain our objectivity.

Since vibrational testing is by nature subjective, it is essential to maintain impeccable clarity, and listen carefully to every variation that shows up. It is OK to be wrong about what we assumed the client’s biofield response was going to be. Every surprise gives us a chance to learn something interesting that we hadn’t expected.

My intention in writing these articles is to provide our readers with a fresh look at a few health issues. Some of this information has been discovered here, and is not known beyond our colleagues and client-outreach of the Balancing Center. We hope that these articles will introduce fresh possibilities for people seeking assistance, and give practitioners a few new ideas to weave into the work they are already doing.

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None of the statements in this commentary have been reviewed or approved by the FDA nor by any recognized scientific forum for evaluation, and none of the statements in this commentary are intended to diagnose, or offer treatment for any disease. If you have a health problem, see your doctor.