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Therapist Questions - April 2009

Being a Bio-Energy Therapist

FAO: Bio-Energy Therapist 


I'm currently finishing up in my job as IT Project Manager (was made redundant).

I've experienced different alternative therapies over the years for different ailments and have a huge interest in it.

The past few weeks I've been thinking about a career change and taking a course in one of the alternative therapies and Bio-Energy

is the one that seems to be coming up for me. I'm fascinated by the whole thing about "Energy" and everything I read is very interesting.

I was just wondering if you wouldn't mind outlining for me what its like being a Bio-Energy therapist? What type of mind set does one need to have?

Do you ever get fed up listening to people's storys/ailments? Are you ever nervous with clients and if so how do you handle it?

If you have a client thats a bit sceptical about the whole thing, how do you deal with this kind of situation?

What advise would you give to someone starting off? Do you ever get tired of it i.e. is giving a session draining on your own energy and body and if so

how do you deal with this? How many clients would you see per day?

I had some Bio-Energy a long time ago but I cant remember if it helped me or not.

If I was to take this career path, I want to be sure I'm going to be good at it.

These are some of the questions that are in my mind at the moment.

I would really appreciate your answers if you have the time.


Thanks in advance.


Kind Regards,

Miriam Lynch

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if we cry salty tears, is it possible to evaporate the salt from the tear, and then collect the salt and use to eat??
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How to maintain weight at or around a constant after frequent battles of loosing weight

My detais are as follows;

Age;  42 years     sex; female    Marital status ; Married            No. of Chidren; 1

Profession ; Medical officer  

 Height; 4feet 10 inches        weight; 54Kg

Level of physical activity;I have busy shedule but physically not much active  It is quite difficult for me to do regular exercise due to my busy shedule  although i have tried hard.

Medical history ; No  major illnesses at the momoment but past medical history of gestational diabetes mellitus +

Family Medical history; Diabetes Mellitus ( Mother, Father, brother & sister ), Isheamic heart diease (mother, Father ), Obesity (siblings)

problem; From my teenage years my main problem is regaining weight after frequent horrible stuggles of loosing weight from about 65Kg to about48- 50 Kg.  I have gone through about 5 such episodes. At all these instances I gained  weight at a faster rate than loosing causing me much anxiety.

My main sratergy of loosing weight had been either by exercise or by dieting and some times by both methods. But after each big struggle i regained weight at a faster rate. At the moment Iam on a diet

My daily dietary recall;

Breakfast; tea+ 1 tea spoon non fat milk ( No Sugar)

                1 big banana

Lunch: 1/2 cup of boiled brown rice, 3 tab spoon of vegetables,  one small piece of fish/ dried fish/ chicken

Afternoon; tea + 1 tea spoon of non fat milk ( No sugar ), one slice of brown bread with curry or 2 sugarless buiscuits

Dinner; same as lunch

Rate of weighr loss; I loose about 1kg in five working days but regain that amount in just 2 days during the week ends when i have some rest such as an afternoon nap and better eating ( not over eating ) 

My worries; People of my height  and physical activity level are having normal meals and are not gaining weight where as I am always scared of food and my life is a constant battle agaist extra fat 

What I think the cause of my problem; Multifactorial ie. Genetic predisposition for obesity, ?Low BMI, No regular exercise, Not knowing how much calories I need to eat, Frequent episodes of loosing and gaining weght




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artheritis results help with interpretation


I have been suffering with pain in my hands for the last few years and finally gone to the doctors about it. The doctor sent me for some blood tests. The RF came back at 20 and the Ana as postive. Can you please tell me does the result RF 20 confirm that i have Artheritis and what could the ANA mean

thank you for your time

i would be very greatful if you could shed some light


kind regards

Rosa Pereira

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