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The Microcurrent Revolution


#1

http://www.t-mag.com/nation_articles/227micro.html

Does this really work?

Trying to "train" or increase the bodies energy (electrical? chi?) is a really interesting idea.

I have tried some Qi Gong type of energy circulation with moderate success. Although I have not at this point put enough work into it to get any really good results.

Maybe Electromedicine might be a easy way to get started?


#2

Redirect this question to Dr. Gregg. He used it with all of my clients he performed ART on. He would follow up ART treatment with the microcurrent. He explained it all to me onetime, but I am not even going to try to repeat it. He has some great links that go in depth on it. I can tell you this, my clients all loved it.


#3

Has anyone else had this done? Charles Poliquin held a seminar on the topic last year, I believe.


#4

Not to rain on anybody's parade, and you can dismiss it if you prefer to, but James "The Amazing" Randi offers a one million dollar prize via his not-for-profit organization, JREF, to anyone who can show proof of the paranormal. "Chi" or "Qi" falls under that category, so anyone interested in actually demonstrating this Chi energy healing stuff should contact him in order to do so. Be a million dollars richer:

http://www.randi.org/

From the site:

At JREF, we offer a one-million-dollar prize to anyone who can show, under proper observing conditions, evidence of any paranormal, supernatural, or occult power or event. The prize is in the form of negotiable bonds held in a special investment account. The JREF does not involve itself in the testing procedure, other than helping to design the protocol and approving the conditions under which a test will take place. All tests are designed with the participation and approval of the applicant. In most cases, the applicant will be asked to perform a relatively simple preliminary test of the claim, which if successful, will be followed by the formal test. Preliminary tests are usually conducted by associates of the JREF at the site where the applicant lives. Upon success in the preliminary testing process, the "applicant" becomes a "claimant."