If you have any stubborn health challenge, you will want to keep reading.
Maybe you can’t seem to lose weight no matter what you do.
Or perhaps you have had headaches for the past 20 years.
Or maybe you have always suffered with low energy.
Or any other condition…
You may have an interference field.
If that is the case, no amount of food, exercise, sleep or supplements will be able to fully restore your health until the blockage is removed.
What is an interference field?
I am so glad you asked. It is common in our society for people to be low in minerals. When your body is low in minerals and at the same time you endure some sort of physical injury, it creates an energetic blockage…kind of like a “clogged artery” only with clogged energy. When this happens, waste gets trapped, and nutrients can’t get it. You end up with a perfect storm (increased toxicity and lack of nutrients getting into the given area).
Since everything in the body is connected, a cut on your arm from 20 years ago, could be the reason you have headaches (or any other health challenge) today.
I often explain it by likening it to a kink in your garden hose. Water trickles out but doesn’t shoot out at full stream like it otherwise could. The kink is the interference field. If you want the water to flow again, you need to remove the kink.
You know how to find and straighten out a kink in your garden hose…but how do you do it in the body?
We find these IF’s by using QRA (Quantum Reflex Analysis) testing to check past injury sites.
The IFs can be caused by broken bones, falls, stitches, sprains, abuse, childbirth, tattoos, fights, medical procedures (surgeries, vaccinations, etc), car accidents and more.
Mud packing feels amazing! You are laying on a heated massage table in a quiet room…but it’s not just any type of heat. We use full spectrum heating pads with jade stones. The heat helps you relax and also helps the mud work more effectively.
Once we put a small “patty” of mud on your injury site as well as the corresponding download (hands or feet), you just rest/relax. Many people fall asleep which is great.
While you rest, the mud is working!
The mud has 2 roles…the first one is that it draws toxins. This will make sense if you have even used a mud mask or any type of spa treatment that uses mud to draw toxins from the pores. The other, even more important thing that the mud does is that it opens the energetic blockage. You can think of this as unkinking the garden hose.
The effect of the mud is still working for 24 hours after it is removed. During that time, you may feel a bit tired but otherwise typically feel great. We always recommend going to bed a bit early the night of your mud pack session(s) to allow for adequate recovery.
Mud has been used medicinally for thousands of years to treat all kinds of conditions.1
The results from a mud packing session can range from instant (less common but possible) to the more common result which is slow steady relief over time.
Case study: I had a client in her mid 50s who came to me about ~10 years ago because she couldn’t lose weight. We mud packed one of her old scars (from childbirth over 30 years previous) and she started losing about a pound/week. That’s not much. But it went on for about a year. She lost ~50 lbs making no other changes!
Mud packing isn’t the only factor but it is an important part of any health program.
If you have had injuries in the past…or if you have stubborn health problems that you just can’t seem to get to the bottom of, I would highly recommend calling the clinic to schedule an initial consultation. In the initial consultation, we will do Interference Field testing to see what your body needs to restore optimal functioning. Reach out at 269-204-6525 to save your spot in the schedule.
1. Rautureau M, Figueiredo Gomes C de S, Liewig N, Katouzian-Safadi M. Principal Modes of Clay Use. In: Clays and Health. ; 2017. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-42884-0_8
Nothing said or implied in this post is intended to treat, cure, diagnose or prevent any disease. It does not take the place of a qualified health care practitioner and is intended for educational purposes only.