Ancient Black Pearl Technique Course

This amazing virtual course is now available! I’m so pleased to be involved with creating this course with my mom, Jackie – of Ladybug Wellness. (You may recognize me as the course manual model!)  Now you can learn this beautiful modality to offer to your own clients, friends and family. There is an affiliate link below to sign up with that earns me a small commission.  

What is Black Pearl Technique?
The Ancient Chinese Black Pearl Technique works on your nervous, parasympathetic, sympathetic and neurovascular systems as well as your amygdala. A delightful combination of meridian clearing and energy healing it releases deep-seated traumas and stress from these systems. When these systems are stress free, the amygdala shrinks and becomes like a black pearl, hence the name. The Black Pearl Technique focuses on a deep level healing of the amygdala to release trauma, as well as balancing the fight or flight system. The processing time for this technique is two weeks, so you may notice subtle shifts over that time frame. For more details, please visit my website by clicking on the button below. 

The Electrics are a subtle energy system that interconnects with all the other energy systems as well as the physical body. At a physical level, our cells generate electricity. Every cell in the body is a miniature battery. The movement of electrically charged ions at the cellular level is the basic building block in the complex electromagnetic workings of your “body electric.” Every muscle you move, everything though you think, every morsel of food you digest involves electrical activity. Your feelings, memories, and thoughts are coded in patterns of tiny electrical impulses. Electrical fields help regulate tissue growth in the fetus and promote tissue regeneration in adults.

The amygdalae are almond-shaped groups of neurons located deep within the medial temporal lobes of the brain. Shown in research to perform a primary role in the processing and memory of emotional reactions, the amygdalae are considered part of the limbic system. The amygdalae perform primary roles in the formation and storage of memories associated with emotional events. Research indicates that during fear conditioning, sensory stimuli reach the basolateral complexes of the amygdalae, particularly the lateral nuclei, where they form associations with memories of the stimuli.

Researcher Neil Slade discussed the part of the brain called the amygdala, which controls anti-anxiety, anti-fear, and your advanced positive emotions. He likened the amygdala to the a “junction box” inside the brain, which can be switched back and forth between the powerful frontal lobe region and the “less advanced part” which spawns depression, anger, and the “flight or flight” response. In their everyday life, Slade observed people are constantly facing challenges and stresses that force their amygdala forward and activating the frontal lobe.

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