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Re: Anxiety reducing innovation.. BarbaraCat

Posted by omega man on June 15, 2002, at 23:00:28

In reply to Re: Anxiety reducing methods?? several omega man, posted by BarbaraCat on June 9, 2002, at 22:31:22

When youre ill you try all sorts of extremes...its a bit like body brushing a sort of physical process like sex or touch to help bring you here, anxiety is like a psychosis..

so I find it can be drawn out..

I been using "wire" techniques for ten years..sort of like how many people scrape and cut themselves when ill to keep the brain focussed on the body and not thinking about "what if" type scenarios.

High impedence just means wire that allows maximum current through..I think copper has the highest. You bare two ends of a metre length of multi-strand thats got enough stiffness not to bend against the skin but to penetrate it..

use each end at pressure points like the two inside the nose bridge..which help focus ..obviously keep the wire clean..

I don't find this damages the body, just provokes a very helpfull immune rush and a neural sizzle helps frontal awareness and reduces the psychotism..

Its not just an immune response..because over the years I notice that better conductivity helps..I think perhaps theres some sort of electrical leakage happening ..

Its helped me for ten years every day..no matter how many people say its strange..it really does the trick.


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