Everything is energy. Literally EVERYTHING!
The human body is not an exclusion, it is endless energy flow, vibration, and frequency. This is the basis for any energy medicine, and Polarity Therapy is not an exclusion. Quite opposite. This unique modality of energy work can be experienced not only in person but also using online service. Remote healing has the same properties and benefits as the in person one. Only that the client is staying in one place and practitioner can be on another side of the World!
Remote healing is also known as distance healing or distant healing.
It is believed and proven through different science experiments that energy can be transported through space and time.
Distance energy and regular energy work are very beneficial to practice together with ongoing medical treatment, as self-care tool to enhance the health level, or just regular relaxation and stress release practice. However, any energy healing should not substitute regular medical care.
What is typical Distant healing Polarity Therapy session looks like:
For the time the session is provided the client usually asked to be at a quite space where they won’t be disturbed. Online sessions usually happen through the phone (on speaker) or computer (zoom, google meetings, etc.).
The client should wear comfortable clothes. The session done for the client laying down starts with several deep inhales and exhales. Then, they just follow the practitioner’s voice and guidance. Sometimes the practitioner can use music, sounds, and sometimes just be quiet and not speak at all.
What one can feel during the distant Polarity Therapy session?
This depends on self-awareness, being open to such kind of body work, and level of ability to relax. Same as in person sessions: sometimes the clients relax and fall asleep, sometimes they just can’t stay still or concentrate at all. However, it doesn’t mean that session is not working. It is working just on very deep level which is not easy to feel.
“Energy work is priceless. It makes every day extraordinary and transforms the mundane to the holy.”
― Silvia Hartmann