Psoas muscle as a key to physical and emotional wellbeing

Wilma Meuwissen, BICOM® Therapist, EchtPey, Netherlands

Thank you!

I am very grateful to have the opportunity of speaking here at this Congress.Bioresonance therapy has completely changed my life and that of my family.

Since I first came to the Congress in Fulda I have become even more interested in all the options bioresonance therapy offers.A big thank you to all our colleagues from all over the world for their amazing know how.

Since 2000 I have been working as a health practitioner using natural therapies:Dermasegmental reflexology and Podosegmental reflexology, applied kinesiology, Bach flowers according to Dietmar Krämer, Dr Schüssler salts and PHYLAK Spagyric essences and many more.

Time and again frequency therapies came into my life.

In 2004 I was having a discussion about spagyric medicine and the Egyptians with Aaltje Steunebrink from Assen in the Netherlands. And that was the first time I saw the BICOM 2000. An impressive machine, but I was absolutely certain that I didn’t want to have a machine in my practice. But Aaltje said: “Take a seat for a moment“.

I was fascinated by what she discovered.I always thought that I just worked too much and hadn’t quite recovered from a previous burnout.

In 1999 I had an infected tick bite, and as you know and I now know too, an antibiotic doesn’t work unfortunately.

Six weeks later I was in Assen again, had my second bioresonance session and was already feeling somewhat fitter.

Three months later I had a Biotensor in my hands and was sitting in front of my own BICOM 2000.

I am very grateful to Aaltje Steunebrink. She gave me the chance of seeing a totally new world and has made me a fervent admirer of Regumed’s bioresonance therapy.

Introduction

Thinking about different therapy options and combinations has always interested me. Not all problems or illnesses are easy to remedy. Remedying a problem or an illness and to see and treat the person holistically brings success and a lot of happiness to every therapist. As BICOM® owners, we can perform “wonders“.

The question from a female client suffering from pulmonary emphysema as to whether I knew anything about TRE® (Tension & Trauma Releasing Exercises), gave me the idea of taking a closer look at the psoas muscle.

Then I searched for which BICOM® programs and CTT ampoules could be used and where the applicators should be placed. Of course always keeping in mind everything I had learned previously.

When I started my new psoas treatment I was astonished at what I observed with my female clients.

The Psoas – a brief explanation
The Psoas – a brief explanation

The iliopsoas (also known as the iliolumbar musculature, shown in the above image by a red line), is one of the undervalued “construction zones“ of the body, which can have a lasting negative effect on the whole system.

Our immobile lifestyle is catastrophic for the whole body.

Physically the psoas quietly exerts a great influence on posture and strength. With a healthy psoas we can rebuild and support the body’s vitality.

The psoas connects the upper and lower body. Without the psoas we would be unable to set our bodies in motion ourselves. A flexible ‘long’ psoas also keeps your spine supple and smooth.

In China it is called the “muscle of the soul“ because in cold and heat it has a strong influence on the organs in the abdominal cavity, in particular the kidneys (and vice versa).

The kidneys lie at the front of the psoas. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, negative emotions such as fear and terror are located in the kidneys and make “cold kidneys“.

If someone feels threatened, then the whole body and all its systems react with a “fightflightfreeze“ response.

The psoas muscle also surrounds the lower abdomen “Dantien“ – an important energy centre of the body.

A flexible and strong psoas allows subtle energies to flow through the bones, muscles and joints. The psoas is connected by connective tissue or fascia to the membrane which relates to the breathing and anxiety reflex.

This is because the psoas is linked directly with what it known as the reptilian brain, the oldest inner part of the brain stem and spinal cord.

The spine’s influence on the whole body is enormous, both physically and emotionally.

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Looking at the table above, you will see just how many illnesses and emotions might be affected.

My search

The starting point: Psoas muscle
I had the “Aha“ experience from NRT (Neuro Reactive Technology)

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The reflex segments in Neuro Reactive Technology
The reflex segments in Neuro Reactive Technology

Method and protocols
Electrode position in bioresonance therapy

Electrode position in bioresonance therapy

Case studies

Experience from my practice: When I test ampoules (mainly from the CTT Orthopaedics test set) and find no resonance on Ai, I then test this ampoule with an A program 192. The A program is used here as a provocation for patients whose reactions are inhibited. It is as if this has the effect of ‘waking up’ the body. Though I am always careful here to test the amplification very precisely. It is normally 1.

Case 1: N.G., male, born 27.04.1999

Sportsman, Pencak Silat (collective term for traditional Indonesian martial arts), has fitness studio and often has a “tired” lower back. Before treatment: Kinesiology test, very weak hand on the hip Neurovascular: Hand very weak on the posterior edge of the skull After treatment both were strong.

Therapy
1st sessionPsoas muscle as a key to physical and emotional wellbeing-table 32nd session, 4 weeks later: repeat all programs, 3 minutes

Case 2: S.R., female, 1971

Call centre employee, acute viral infection with severe cough, abdominal pain, tiredness, obesity, back pain, endometriosis (the pill)

1st session 09.05.2015

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2nd session:

Felt much better, the cough had gone. Viruses negative
Blood 13.05.2015: Vitamin B12, 185 pmol/l (250 – 850)

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3rd session: no more abdominal or back pain
Psoas muscle as a key to physical and emotional wellbeing-table 7During the next appointments we worked on everything necessary to help her weight reduction.

I always asked whether abdominal pain, back pain or endometriosis symptoms were still present. She felt well and no longer had any symptoms.

Case 3: M.F., 1961, female

A runner, fractured symphysis in 2012 accident, severe back pain, bladder weakness, stress

1st session

In my practice in June 2013 with BICOM 2000, at the time I had not yet started working with the BICOM BICOM optima®.

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2nd session (after 6 weeks)

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3rd session (after 6 weeks)

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4th session (after 6 weeks)

Patient reported for the first time that she could tolerate her back pain and limitations. She was however very worried about familial Alzheimer’s. The siblings of her parents had died from high blood pressure, high cholesterol or Alzheimer’s.

Coincidence? I hadn’t previously had the CTT Amyloid Beta ampoule.

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5th session (after 6 weeks)

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She came to see me every six weeks and felt well doing this. She was also able to tolerate stress from work and family better. At each session we repeated the listed programs following resonance testing.

The Amyloid beta ampoule was used for therapy each time until it didn’t show resonance any more.

She felt so well that she underwent intensive physiotherapy so she could start running again.

In July 2014 the BICOM BICOM optima® was introduced in my practice.
I will highlight some things which were suitable for M.F. at the time.

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1st session February 2015: Start with the psoas protocol
The “Aha“ experience, as stated, came from the Neuro-Reactive Technology, and therefore to be tested all together and not individually.

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2nd session:

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The patient felt much better and stronger throughout her whole body. In addition she was no longer in pain.

Tried and tested programs for psoas treatment

Channel 2 ALWAYS has the following:CTT ampoules: Orthopaedics: Connective tissue, muscles, ligaments, tendons, T12,L1 – L5 Iliosacral/hip, injuries, shock

Kidney ampoule and tested CTT ampoules of the disturbed CTT meridians.

Therapy programs:

Input: flex applicator on the edge of the skull, flex applicator on the groins, square flex applicator on the symphysis

Please test the following programs for resonance:

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*“Stress reduction“, Dr Sabine Rauch, Fulda 2015,
H+Di, low deep frequency, bandpass, 4.3 Hz, wobble = yes, symmetric amplification sweep,amplification H = 5.50, Di = 1.10, amplification sweep speed = 10 sec, duration = 7 min


Spagyrics table of Mendeleev and BICOM®

My experience tells me that improvements occur more quickly if I use PHYLAK spagyrics too: Put Psoas in channel 2 and test the vitamin and nutrient points according to Sissi Karz and carry out therapy.

You can also check Mendeleev’s table to see whether there is a deficiency or stress. (Substance complex → mineral balance → stress or deficiency).

The figures for interpreting the essences made by PHYLAK Sachsen GmbH concur with Mendeleev’s table so they are also a support for mineral balance.

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Finally I would like to quote Sissi Karz:

“Above all, gain your own experience applying your preferred indication programs to see how you might achieve even better treatment results from the symmetrical amplification sweep.“

Thank you very much and all the very best!


Sources

Rauch Sabine (2015): Seminar „Schilddrüse, Nebenniere, AutoimmunErkrankungen:Ganzheitliche Zusammenhänge und Therapie“ [Thyroid, adrenal glands and autoimmune disease: Holistic relationships and therapy]

Marcel Riffel (2015): BICOM BICOM optima® für Fortgeschrittene [BICOM BICOM optima® for Advanced Practitioners]

Jo Ann StaaugardJones: The Vital Psoas Muscle, ISBN 9781583944585 BICOM® Congress, Fulda

NRT AK at a glance: ISBN 3980570657

Elisabeth Puchtler v. Thurn: The Vertebral Column, from the book: The Language of the Organs, VOLUME I and II

Websites

https://www.originalbootcamp.com/training/rueckenschmerzenhauptursacheiliopsoas/#sthash.Ej2jgDtM.dpuf

TRE, David Berceli
http://www.bercelifoundation.org
PHYLAK Sachsen
http://www.phylak.de
Hamer’s foci
www.newmedicine.ca

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