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Some Recent Questions and Answers on the Assemblage Point.


We are always being asked questions about out lengthy and extensive experience with the assemblage point and its various locations. And we thought that some of the answers might be helpful for anyone reading our website. So this is a selection of questions we have recently been asked by clients and the answers we have given:


Q: Is it true that the assemblage point of a baby is at the navel at the point of birth and then travels upwards?

A: In our experience, this is not the case, but the assemblage point of a baby remains in the situation appropriate for that baby and its state of health. This is in the centre of the chest. Children's assemblage points can be very flexible but do not seem to travel upwards at the point of birth but to already be in or near the centre of the chest.


Q: Is it desirable to have an assemblage point in various out of centre positions to gain various psychological states? Should I shift my own assemblage point to achieve various moods?

A: No, in our experience, there is only one optimum position for an assemblage point and that is in the centre of the chest, in the small indentation in the centre of the sternum where it seems to wish to be located and to where it shifts when it is given the right treatment. Trying to shift your assemblage point away from a central location could be a dangerous thing to do. Having a central assemblage point will in no way stifle any of your individuality but enhance your experience of life.


Q: Should a female assemblage point be in a different location to a male one?

A: No, the ideal position for both is described above, in the indentation in the sternum, where it places itself when given the right encouragement. In all our many years of experience and thousands of treatments, we know that the assemblage point is striving to get to that central position and will shift to it rather than any other when encouraged by correct assemblage point shifting.


Q: Is it possible to shift an assemblage point with only the hands?

A: Many people can do this temporarily, using their own energy, but we regard this as inadvisable both for the practitioner and the patient. It can be depleting for the person doing the shifting and is unlikely to last long before it drifts out of centre again. Using a very large wand, full of the right type of energy protects both the practitioner and patient by preventing energy transference in either direction. This is why our wands are so large and strong. Shifting with the hands is not unlike shifting with a tiny, inefficient wand, and we do not recommend it. After a shift the assemblage point should be allowed to settle with either a large wand or appropriate equipment in place on it for about twenty minutes, which is difficult to achieve with a hands only shift. Shifting should always be undertaken in such a way that it is as safe as possible for both patient and practitioner and this is why we teach our students so carefully and meticulously in the skills needed for both location and shifting.


For more infomation we recomend  Drs Angela, Tom and Anna Blaen, The Assemblage Point: Dynamics of Assemblage Point and Gemstone Healing.

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