Access Bars® Practitioners Throw Open Doors for Suicide Prevention Day

Access Bars® Practitioners Throw Open Doors for Suicide Prevention Day

Access Consciousness, a global personal empowerment movement present in over 170 countries, will host complimentary Access Bars® sessions throughout the month of September in honor of World Suicide Awareness Day and Suicide Awareness month.

In recent years, there has been growing interest in the concept of subtle-energy processes, electromagnetism, consciousness and cutting-edge understandings of physical well-being. In this time, alternative techniques such as Access Bars® have found their way into prisons, schools and businesses worldwide.

During the month of September, in honor of World Suicide Awareness Month, facilitators and practitioners of Access Bars® will be hosting events all around the world and opening their doors for anyone looking for a different possibility or a spark of hope. During these free sessions, clients will be able to lie back, relax and experience this hands on energy process.

Centre for Integral Health as our local Centre of Access Bars Practitioners, will be hosting a FREE day on Wednesday 26th Septmeber, where people can come and try a complimentary session of Access Bars. People who have never experienced the Bars before can come and get their Bars "Run" for FREE and experience the stress dissipating effects of Bars, which in a recent pilot study was shown to reduce anxiety and depression by 82% and 84 % respectively in a single session. People can book in via our website event or join in the discussion and contact us via our Facebook Event

Access Bars® utilizes pressure points on the head to defragment the electro-magnetic components of stress, thought and emotions and has brought relief to thousands internationally. Scientific research by Dr. Terrie Hope PhD, DNM, CFMW published in the Journal of Energy Psychology: Theory, Research, and Treatment has revealed the results of one 90-minute Access Bars® session indicated a significant decrease in the severity of depression and anxiety.

Dr Dain Heer, an internationally renowned speaker, author and co-creator of Access Consciousness®, explains how Access Bars® changed, and saved, his life. “Soon after setting the date of my suicide, I discovered The Bars®”, Heer remarks. “One session of this simple energy technique allowed me to know that everything was okay, everything always had been, and everything always would be. That one tool, one thing, a process that took about an hour – and it changed the energy of what I knew was possible. It changed my whole life.”

Access Bars® has assisted thousands of people to improve many aspects of their body and life including insomnia, health and weight, money, sex and relationships, anxiety, depression, stress, migraines panic attacks, OCD. The effects of Access Bars® are individual to each person and differ from session to session however, in addition to improved physical health, recipients have reported greater intuitive awareness, more gratitude, kindness, peace and calm and easier communication. With suicide the biggest single killer of men under age 45 and something that effects 4 x as many men as women, it's time for us to make it easier for people to deal with the stress that leads to suicide.

At worst, at the end of a session, people feel like they have just had a pleasant rest; at best their whole life can change into something greater with total ease. A Bars session usually lasts for 60 – 90 minutes and is a process you can undertake as a one-off, monthly, weekly or daily experience. It is used in prisons, businesses and schools around the world to facilitate greater health and wellbeing. Visit the World Suicide Awareness website for more information and to find the nearest event or practitioner in your area.

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The Centre for Integral Health was started in 2013 by director Ben Calder after studying Integral theory since 2011 and over 10 years of professional practice of kinesiology and Bowen fascia Release Technique, coupled with the desire to explore the application of the Integral Model in relation to health.

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