They are 32 points (or bars) contain all the thoughts, ideas, beliefs, emotions, and considerations that you have stored throughout your lifetime. Having your bars run is an hour long treatment that involves gently touching 32 points on your head while you lie back and relax.
During the treatment, energy is released to stimulate positive changes in you by ridding your body and mind of built-up stress, thoughts, feelings, emotions, considerations and attitudes you have stored in your brain. It allows you to create change in any way you want in life.
Some of the results patients have reported include;
- increased motivation
- greater mental clarity and problem solving capacity
- improved manageability of anxiety and depression
- relief from migraines, panic attacks, obsessive-compulsive disorder
- deeper relaxation and uninterrupted sleep
- a “significant increase in joy and happiness.”
Scientific research has associated access bars treatments with a significant decrease in the severity of symptoms of anxiety and depression (Hope T. 2017). Studies by the Global Neuroscience Research Foundation have also shown that single Access Bars session can have a positive neurological effect that is similar to those experienced by advanced meditators (Fannin et al 2015).
Did you know that kids can benefit greatly from getting their bars run?
The Access Bars® can create change any area that is inhibiting a child’s growth and happiness by unlocking areas of a child’s life that are creating dis-harmony.
After having their 30 minute Access Bars session, kids are happier and more well-balanced, resulting in improved performance at home and school, a reduction in tantrums and outbursts, and improved sleep. Kids of all ages will enjoy the benefits of a session, including teenagers during the challenging years.
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Hope T. (2017) The Effects of Access Bars on Anxiety and Depression: A Pilot Study. Energy Psychology 9:2
Fannin J., Anderson L., Waterman M., Hope T., Stivers J., Roye L. (2015) Access Conciousnesss Bars Research through Global Neuroscience Research Foundation