In Psychosomatic Energetics, every energy center is associated with specific emotional conflicts – e.g. Rage in the upper abdomen. The sense of each disturbed conflict has to be deciphered out of the meaning of the emotional remedy – but likewise through the psychic/symbolic significance of the respective energy center.
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Each Emvita is connected to a certain autonomic center called plexus in western medicine or chakras in the eastern tradition. The energy center of the lower abdomen has as its main theme the development of courage and strength when confronting stress and threatening situations.
Emotional issues addressed: You have excess nervous energy that can make you feel restless, excitable or tense. You may feel ‘butterflies in the stomach’ or like a ‘live humming wire’. You always need to be busy and find it hard to relax and let go or alternatively, you are so tired yet unable to ‘turn off’ and fall asleep. You find yourself often in a hurry, always under stress. The stress can manifest as physical symptoms*. You may appear calm on the outside but need to release pressure by being very talkative, while fearing an interruption in the stream of your thoughts.
• Bufo rana C800
• Pulsatilla vulgaris LM16
• Cuprum metallicum LM18
• Zincum metallicum D21
• Phosphorus D21
• Glandula suprarenalis suis D21
Take 12 drops two times a day or as directed by a health care practitioner.
Healers, shamans, counselors and therapists have, for centuries, spoken and written about the physical influence that unresolved emotional conflicts and lifestyle stressors impose upon the physical body. PSE research was undertaken to empower practitioners to achieve resolution of these complaints.
PSE is now used worldwide. Hundreds of practitioners have been utilizing PSE in Europe over the past 15 years and have demonstrated the benefits delivered to many thousands of patients there. PSE was introduced to Canada 10 years ago and more recently, an initiative has been undertaken to re-launch this awareness in the U.S. practitioner community.