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'New Developments in Assemblage Point Work'

by Dr Angela Blaen

What is the Assemblage Point?

In WhatMedicine? several years ago I reported on the independent scientific proof of the assemblage point, which is the epicentre of the human energy field. Since that article, the Trott electrodes, used to measure the assemblage point in the experiments, have been patented and, it is hoped, will soon be in production (see Electrodeanalysers.com). There have also been many other developments within this fascinating subject area.

Briefly, for those readers who are not familiar with the concept of the assemblage point, it seems to be the major entry point of energy into the human body and should enter centrally at the back and front of the chest. If it becomes off centre through physical or psychological disease, trauma, intimidation, deliberate, prescribed or accidental use of drugs or alcohol, its position will need locating and adjusting by a trained, certified and insured practitioner. A centred assemblage point position can help to restore health and is essential for a well balanced mind and body. If the assemblage point is off centre, the energy field is also unbalanced and total well-being is difficult to achieve.

The Assemblage Point Centre

Since the late 1990s The Assemblage Point Centre has been working on many issues related to the assemblage point and has been inundated with requests for treatments, training and general information. The traditional shifting of the assemblage point, originally a Native American Indian technique, involves the use of large crystal wands. This technique and the most recent developments in locating and shifting are described in our new book, From Intention to Technology: Assemblage Point and Gem Stone Healing (2008).

The Assemblage Point Association and The Energy Medicine Association

Training affiliated to the Institute of Complementary Medicine is now available to practitioners and an international professional body has very recently been established to allow the public to trace a reputable assemblage point practitioner in their area. Assemblage Point Association registered practitioners undertake to practice to agreed ethical terms and conditions of expertise. We were experiencing a situation whereby so-called assemblage point shifters were claiming to have moved people's assemblage points but, on checking, had not done so or - even worse - seemed to have shifted the assemblage point to an incorrect location which could have resulted in the ill-health of the patient. Practitioners undertaking suitable training to join the register can now also join the new Energy Medicine Association, as can other practitioners of all forms of energy medicine. It is hoped that both associations will reassure the public of the high standards of practitioners and there are now many practitioners training in the UK and other countries to be able to join the registers. The Asscoiation now has members throughout Europe, USA and Australia.

Training in Assemblage Point Work

Proper training in assemblage point locating and correction is very important in a new discipline, which needs practitioners who work to high standards and in whom the public can place their trust and confidence. Without such a professional attitude, the subject could fall into disrepute. This is skilled work, needing care and dedication. Courses in the UK are currently being offered on an individual basis in Devon and consist of a day's intensive training with us, followed by the submission of ten case studies. The provision of a suitable quartz crystal wand, the handbook, and other materials is covered in the course fee (see here for more). Assemblage Point Association training is also being offered in the Netherlands and it is hoped it will soon be available in Australia and around the world. Once training is satisfactorily completed the practitioner can apply to join the APA Register and have free membership of the EMA.

Specific Gemstone Assemblage Points for Various Diseases

A further and exciting development in assemblage point work is the use of electronic and light gem equipment to effect shifts similar to those described in my last WhatMedicine? article, where diamond and carnelian were used in equipment to shift a patient's assemblage point over a period of ten minutes (as opposed to the instant shift given with a crystal wand). Certain patients, for whom a manual shift with a wand would not be appropriate (for instance in the case of a patient with frail bones) can benefit from the use of this method. However, diamond and carnelian was found to be more suitable for some conditions than others. For example, in some cases of epilepsy, in which high brain wave frequencies and electrical activity caused repeated fits, diamond can be too stimulating as it has the strongest energy of all gem stones. Therefore we have been creating sapphire assemblage points for epilepsy or patients suffering from stress or high blood pressure with great success. The difference in the vibrational energy of the gems is very obvious since it takes only ten minutes to shift a particular patient's assemblage point with diamond and carnelian but thirty-eight minutes from the same location on the same patient with the softer, calming energy of a mixture of pale and dark blue sapphires, used at the same hz and voltage. The new electronic Theragem equipment would be ideal for this work.

We are currently developing the use of other gem stone assemblage point shifts directly related to specific diseases and am very optimistic about the untapped potential of this work. The latest invention the Fluctuating Light Treatment System will enable a small, protable, inexpencive piece of equipment with various gem lenses/diffusers to shift the assemblage point for a variety of conditions with great ease and simplicity of use.

© 2001 Dr Angela Blaen (revised 2008)

 

 

 

This article first appeared in WhatMedicine?, Spring 2002. It was revised by the author in 2008.

 

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