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Bartenderbonnie
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This is my new area of study.

It sounds promising. The material is so intricate. I m having a hard time deciferring all the science. Yuck, always science.

http://www.biomagnetismusa.com/

Anyone try this and have success ? It sure would save me a lot of time. . .

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We are electromagnetic beings. Our e'm energy goes down during illness. Boosting it really helps.

[ 10-14-2017, 03:33 PM: Message edited by: Robin123 ]

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ukcarry
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It has been very helpful for some people with Lyme. I flew from England to Dublin every 12 days between last November and early April, when my stomach issues made it impossible to travel. We bought some magnets and some literature showing the body locations of the biomagnetic pairs and have tried to work on it ourselves, but I miss the knowledge and expertise of my practitioner.

It is an amazing thing to watch when a magnet placed on a certain point causes the person's right leg to contract or lengthen. It is hard to credit until you try placing them yourself on someone else. The leg can contract or lengthen (usually contract for most people) by over an inch, as I have seen happen when treating my husband. The leg only does this when the positioning of the magnet has located an imbalance, indicating a pathogen.

If you decide to have some biomagnetic pair treatment, the person should be experienced and should have the points for the appropriate pathogens and infections that go along with Lyme. Joan Randall in Vermont has developed a Lyme protocol from treating her own condition and she has a big waiting list, but does also train other practitioners in it.

If there is a weak point with this, it is that the you can only treat something if the pair of points for it have been established, so with parasites in particular, biomagnetism only has relatively few points at this stage, whereas we know that there are over a hundred different types of worms, for example. Each one requires its own 2 points. However new points are being identified all the time.

If you have a lot of pathogens, whether bacterial, fungal, viral or parasitic (and many Lyme patients do),then you need to be aware that you might not notice improvements until a long time down the road. For acute cases though, it can apparently knock the pathogens out very quickly. It also works faster for younger people whose immune systems may not be as badly compromised.

I am very frustrated that I can't resume going to my practitioner, as I do trust him and he has a lot of empathy. If you want to ask me anything, Bonnie, do go ahead.

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quantum alignment technique using non magnetic devices

Page 8 of the book shows photos with exactly what UK Carry is talking.

The practitioner above is not using magnets, but the logic behind is similar to magneto therapies.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7KAIMHvUHdU
neuro disorganization and treating subluxations with quantum connected devices

(very similar to magnetic therapy)

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Neuro balance quantum device

Here is a 2 minute video of a quantum device placed on the central line of the body of a person, improving her balance immediately.

It looks like magic, really, but I guess, people who use magnetotherapies will see it's not impossible.

This chiropractor has developed some 'devices' that look quite interesting, even though they are not magnetic, they are still 'quantum connected'.

I have 3 different of his devices, and am using it for tests. When you place on your body, it FEELs like magnetic, but they aren't.

Very interesting, non invasive, fast method to improve neurological memory (dysfunction) caused by infections, trauma, accidents, contusions...

Pain can disappear almost immediately.

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Bartenderbonnie
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Thanks for replying. . .

Is this a bacterial killer or a supported therapy done after the bacterial load is reduced ?

I'm feeling better, would love to get off pharmaceuticals, take my money that I spend every month on my LLMD, and find a practioner that specializes in magnets, and move on to next stage of wellness.

In other words, I want a guarantee that it works, ha ha ha. [lol]

I don't want to relapse or ever go back to that hellish nightmare. I don't think I could ever live through again.

Also, how much are treatments in US dollars ?

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ukcarry
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Yes, it is a pathogen killer (if you are still referring to biomagnetic pair therapy), but it can also help balance the hormones. Each pair of points on the body corresponds to a pathogen (bacterial, vial, fungal or parasiticial).

But there are no guarantees that it will work for you, I'm afraid!

It is usually mid-price, I would say, but seems to vary a lot depending on the practitioner. You would have to look on the websites of a practitioner near you. In the UK it is still almost unknown, which is why I was travelling to Ireland to a practitioner recommended by a friend. You would want to avoid going to someone very newly trained and make sure that they are lyme literate.

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