Newsletter January 2019

A peaceful and happy new year to you! 

Welcome to my third issue about NES health! “The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes”, wrote Marcel Proust. In September, I was talking about NES founderHarry Massey who was bed-ridden for years, trying different healing approaches. Things started to change in 2000, when he met Peter Fraser, who had been researching the human body-field for 20 years. Combining Peter’s research with Harry’s technological insights led to the foundation of NES Health – now a flourishing global community of over 5,000+ practitioners in the world in bioenergetics.

How does the NES Health scanning software actually work?” was one question I received after sending out my last newsletter. The scan is non-invasive and painless. I will ask you to place your fingers on the scanner and within seconds the scan will be uploaded and analyzed by our proprietary and comprehensive decision-aiding software. 

The software identifies the blockages and distortions in the flow of energy and information and returns a recommended protocol to stimulate the body’s innate self-healing ability. This analysis software allows me to see beyond my client’s symptoms to clearly distinguish the distortions or blockages of energy and information in the body-field, as well as the field’s interaction with nutritional and environmental elements.

Can you also help someone heal if they are too sick to get out of bed?” was another question. Indeed, we can. If clients of mine are bed-ridden, I have the ability to remote-scan them without them needing to come for an in-office visit.

NES has created its BioEnergetiX WellNES System to restore health at all three levels of the human being: our information, our energy, and our physiology. By simply connecting my special body-field scanner, with a simple click and a few seconds, the software will return a richly detailed overview including multiple screens with graphical presentation of the body-field’s condition and how this field supports overall wellness. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me – I will be happy to answer them.

Winter isn’t the easiest season to stay healthy. As the winter days are shorter with a much smaller window of natural light, try to get as much exposure to the sun as you can – whether you sit by the window or take a walk at lunchtime.

Go towards the light,