Summary of a BodyTalk Epigenetics Session
Want to see how Epigenetics might show up in a session? To give you a sense for the complexity and detail of this work, here are excerpts from a session I gave for a woman with Fibromyalgia.
I started by doing an intuitive Epigenetic Scan with the specialized chart I have. I found 18 epigenetic markers influencing her Fibromyalgia. Six of those came up as priority to address in this session (18 would be far too many to effectively address in one session).
- The first marker was inherited from her Mother’s Father and related to his en-utero heavy metal exposure from nickel, impacting the health of his thymus. Priority? Remove a histone silencing marker in her.
- PVC exposure in client affecting the posterior pituitary. Add a methyl marker.
- There were 3 inherited markers from her Father’s Mother’s Mother that came from a gastrointestinal tract weakness created by a viral infection at 2 years old. In the client herself, the priority was to remove histone silencing markers.
- Inherited trauma Father’s Mother’s Mother's Mother: head trauma, locked spheno-basilar junction effecting the posterior pituitary. Remove microRNA marker.
Then it came up as prioirty to address self-judgement about health, "Just not feeling good, why?" That she doesn't feel safe in her own body is impacting her sympathetic nervous system.