Both Melanie and Paul work with remedies that we are guided to make from plants, flowers, seaweeds and Mother Nature.
Melanie trained with Professor Diana Mossop to become a practitioner in Phytobiophysics and Paul is trained in the use of Bach flower remedies.
During the Phytobiophysics healing sessions with Melanie, electrical muscle testing and/or dowsing/divining are used to determine which remedies are needed for the person at any one time. The remedies act on four different levels of consciousness: spiritual, mental, emotional and physical as they work to gradually heal the person. They also vibrate on the different colours of the chakras as they help to restore balance in the body although the feelings/experiences that arise while on the remedies are very individual depending on the source and intensity of the energy block and the sensitivity/consciousness of the individual.
The time it takes for the healing process also varies from person to person – for example traumas stored in the spiritual bodies can be the deepest (deeper than in the mental or emotional body) so taking longer to heal as they work their way out through the layers of the aura and body. This medicine is not a replacement for a medical doctor or diagnoses but it has been used to restore balance of the subtle energy bodies by removing toxic emotions/memories/harmful imbalances before they move deeper into the energy bodies. If it is a physical problem the remedies may help although we always recommend that you have checked it out with a medical doctor first.
One of the aspects of a Phytobiophysics session is to look for the “heart lock” of the client – this is a process whereby, through divining and electrical muscle testing, the source of a problem is seen and related to a specific date and time in their life depending on where it is in the heart e.g. the top right quarter of the heart relates to the first quarter of life – the Tricuspid valve and may store experiences from birth. In doing this then the appropriate remedies are chosen that act at the deeper level of the heart to release the problems at their source.