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LC
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Of all the threads on this topic, I don't recall any describing the actual procedure?

I'm going next week to have this done.

What's it like?

LC

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My advice: Just go and let it happen. It is one of the most painless things.

http://integrativehealthcentre.com/autonomicresponse1.htm

Read through this - it sounds complicated, but it really really isn't.

You might want to read "KMT - I love it", but go to one of her previous posts where she describes what ART did for her. I am sad that she did not bring that up in her KMT post, because ART is at the basis of all.

I will try to find her previous comments and post it when I find it.

Do relax, take a positive attitude with you. Your body follows your brain. If you expect misery, that's what usually happens. I have found every ART experience uplifting and a move forward - always toward better. I am totally well today because of ART and a man who is the master at it.

Take care.

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Here is Hardynaka's first ART experience.

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=043011

Take care and good luck to you.

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Ho Gigi and LC!

I didn't explain much about ART in my last post, that's right, as I don't feel I'm an 'expert' on that. It was just one session and I don't really understand how it works.

I have been doing 'muscle tests' before with some of the herbs I was taking, so what the naturopath discovered through ART was not too different from what I was taking.

She was though MUCH more precise in the amounts I really needed. But I didn't change much in my pills.

I would just not ingest any medicine the last 12-18 hours, IF POSSIBLE, before the ART session.

That's what I will do in my next week ART session. But only if you're not too sick, if you feel you can skip these stuff for this long, if not, just take them as usual.

She said that she can see if I lacked things in the moment she was testing me, but if I had taken enough of it for that day, the test would come 'negative'.

For instance, I took my CoQ10 100mg that morning I went to see her. So CoQ10 came out as I didin't need it, as Cats claw.

In the end of the session though, when she saw my case was 'complicated' (in her words), she told me at last: "Continue taking everything you took today in the morning, cats claw included, because I can't see if you need them as they're still in your body".

So cats claw is not in her initial list she prescribed me, nor glucosamine sulphate, coQ10, all stuff I had taken a few hours before. I just keep taking these then.

But next time, I won't take them and they will maybe still come negative. Then this will be a first great change in my pill diet done through ART.

I have a bit of a Japanese cultural background somehow so I'm open to new treatments even if I don't understand or believe them at first.

That's how I tried reflex massage, accunpuncture, muscle test etc. I never believe on them before hand, only experience makes me believe on them. When somoene muscle tested me first time, we had to interrupt the session as I couldn't stop laughing. I just couldn't believe it could work so simply like that.

But there I am, doing similar 'muscle tests' in all stuff I take! It's not 100% sure, but it's about 80% good in my opinion.

I just don't block myself saying 'this is bull****'. I just say, 'well, if it works, why not?'

So I don't say I believe ART because it's too early to tell. I start to really believe the KMT because I've been using it everyday and I feel so good, that's the only thing that REALLY changed in these last weeks.

I think only experienced people like Gigi that uses it for years can tell by experience. It doesn't seem 'believable' when you see it performed. I just felt like 'What's going on here?' [Smile]

More or less like acunpuncture, it doesn't seem possible to have extreme sciatic pain for days and nothing after an hour of accunpuncture. It happened to me not too long ago. It's a matter of experience.

So just relax and go for it. If you didn't muscle test your pills, you may go out with a very different set of pills/ medicine than I did and that will make a difference!

I'll post about my second ART experience soon!

Hope you keep us posted too, be it good or bad experience!

Selma

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LC
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Thanks ladies..for sharing. I am very open-minded about it. In fact I am really looking forward to it.

I will share my experience afterward....

LC

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