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Brussels
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0Sg6BZAUU8

This kind of treatment is found in Germany and used by many practitioners.

Dr. K.'s practitioners un-switch every patient, every time they see a patient.

Dr. K. muscle tests patients to discover where the switching is, then makes the patient do certain things (usually tapping).

You need someone knowledgeable in ART, someone to test you etc.

Well, this video shows dr. Doepp's 8 exercises to practice daily, if possible, so that the brain is unswitched.

Switching happens due to many reasons, but when it does, energy flow from meridians and brain are switched, messed up, and nothing works properly in your body.

Dr. Doepp thinks that due to excessive electrosmog, the brain is stressed and switched, so he teaches his patients these 8 easy to do exercises.

If you do these exercises for 15 seconds each, you may feel relaxed, and this possibly can help your regulation open.

I haven't got experience with all these exercises, but will take note and try. I do get affected by electrosmog, and anything that can help me feel normal is welcome.

If you'd like to try, I would like to listen to your experiences! Thanks.

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Summary (each exercise for 15 seconds):

1- crossed arms, perform eyebrow massage

2- crossed arms, perform ear massage

3- upper and lower lips: perform pinky finger massage (you can shift pinky fingers)

4- comb your hair with right and left hand, alternating hands

5- tap both hands from the exterior side (small intestine 4 massage, in acupuncture)

6 - hit palm with your fist (change hands)

7- elbow touch your knee crosswise

8- with eyes closed, perform a clockwise rotation

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Oh man, this is VERY relaxing!!
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thank you! I tried it
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Nice! Thanks Brussels!

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You're welcome.

I just had a person here today, who was blocked, we didn't know why.

I didn't test him, I just suggested him these 8 exercises, which he did.

His regulation opened without any test.

It does calm down the nervous system. Very relaxing! I'm sure this is good before bed time too!

The person told me he has seen dr. Doepp in person, long ago, as a patient!

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