HOW POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE THOUGHTS AFFECT THE BODY
Female Client Baseline Scan
Organs, glands and brain parameters are rated on a scale from 1-10, 6 being shown in turquoise as optimum energy. Madison's brain activity during the baseline scan including the cerebellum, cerebrum, forehead brain, temporal brain, back brain, back of head, and forehead were all above 5 during baseline reading.
Client was given a baseline scan to detect her current energy balance. She counted to 100, with no specific thoughts. Once the energy stabilized, we took a recording. Notice the head area where thoughts, emotions, and mood are shown. The cerebrum just above the head is shown as white, representing the ability to focus and concentrate, and one's belief system. White represents higher consciousness, but can also relay too much activity of the mind. Other thoughts and emotions shown as blue, green and yellow. Blue represents leadership qualities and a sense of responsibility, green represents harmony and balance, and yellow is about mental strength.
Client was asked to think or envision of something positive. She thought of starting a family with her future husband. All the feelings of love and excitement were present. She was physically smiling. Client's head colors changed. Her cerebrum, which deals with present issues and how you view your life's foundation, started to display bright pink . Pink in the cerebrum represents universal love and unselfish thoughts. Orange combines thought and creativity. It is an emotion sensing energy.
Then the client was asked to think of a negative thoughts or a specific bad experience. Her cerebellum which was indigo in the baseline and turquoise in the positive thought scan turned to reddish grey in this scan. Red in this area indicates a low frequency, usually due to burdens of the past. A feeling of not being able to control one's destiny could also be present. The cerebellum the oldest human brain and is situated below the occipital lobe of the cerebrum. The colors you will see on the scan are next to the ears and splay outwards.The cerebellum anchors information and energetic patterns of the past. It stores old thought and behavior patterns of the soul, as well as, those of our ancestors. We can hardwire negative thoughts patterns, creating low frequency in the body. The organ that indicates low frequency sits on a meridian pathway, which runs through other systems of the body which include other glands and organs. Disease can more easily be manifested when patterns of low frequency are present.