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lalalu
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I am interested in learning more about these thearapies. I have looked at Dr. K's site.

I recently did a Voice Print where the octaves of my voice were measured. From this, the practitioner could tell so much about my system. It was shockingly accurate...in terms of the Lyme, candida, neurotransmitters, functioning of organs, viruses, heavy metals, and emotional issues.

Although I do not understand the science behind these technologies (brain fog), I am open to learning from others...what the different therapies are used for; whether sucessful or not; practitioners in different states; what experiences people may have had.

Please refrain from posting disparaging remarks.
Feel free to PM me.

Much appreciated.

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SForsgren
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There is a conference in May in Arizona where Dr. Lee Cowden is going to talk through many of these things. I am trying to work out attending. It looks very very good. If you email me via my web site below, I can forward you the brochure for the event.

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lalalu,

Why not try conventional testing? I have found them to be very helpful, and they have given me more piece of mind in terms of believing in results. A LOT of rigorous scientific work goes into seeing than many of these tests are accurate.

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lalalu
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I have had traditional blood tesing, allergy tesing and urine challenges without any problems. I have chronic Lyme, used IV Rocephin for 6 months; Mepron and zithr. for Babs., etc.

I have started some of the Buhner herbs with some success. I have been detoxing all along.

As I am evoling on this Lyme journey, I am turning to other modalities which are less invasive.

Just hoping to hear from folks with experience.

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My husband and I have done all three - a lot, whether alerting some body systems; calming down the autonomics where necessary. They all work when appropriately used at the right time.

We still use color therapy - in a variety of ways, mainly the ActiveAir www.eng3corp.com just for keeping us young and healthy. Also color by sound via CD's. I also use small lasers to activate certain meridians when needed.

I was introduced to all these by Dr. K. and I sat through many three-day lectures to learn. Never regretted it.


Take care.

Best to check out some books at the library.

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lalalu
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Gigi,

Could you describe which therapy might be appropraiate at which time? And for what purposes?

For example, when was cold laser therapy appropriate? Did you use it for specific physical ailments or general healing or both?

I will also take a look at some books.

Much thanks,
Lalalu

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Gigi,

My LLMD says we are stuck in Newtonian Physics when we have Quantum Physics also available for healing.

What types of lasers have you used to open up the meridians?

Much appreciated.

Lalalu

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I started cold laser therapy yesterday. The doctor tested me using frequencies emitted by the laser while muscle testing me.

I have no current or active Lyme (6 months of IV Abx must have done their job). Babesia was not present. Secondary Lyme was present as was Epstein Barr Virus and Cytomegalovirus (CMV). The doctor also puts the laser on different parts of the body to see which organs are most affected. Cerebellum and brain stem were repeatedly affected.

About half an hour after I was treated with laser for Lyme across my hips, I began to herx where I usually herx...in the tail bone and across the lower back.

This morning when I woke up, I had a herx in my usual herxing place and also a stiffness in my right hand. Mind you, I have not herxed in a couple weeks.

It should take 4 -6 sessions to take care of these issues and then we move onto other co-infections, microbes and parasites.

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