Rapid Skin Changes… with Photos

by Wendy Down on June 7, 2013

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Happy Friday to you, my friend.  Last night I snapped this photo (left) of my daughter, Haley, and I after our exercise class (ain’t she sweet?).   And today I’ve got a quick update on my in-person Quantum Body Sculpting results.

And it’s good news.

I believe I’ve cracked the code on rapid skin changes as I’m now reliably seeing skin respond, visibly, to consciousness focussed into it.

Below are two photos of the same area of skin taken 5 minutes apart.   I’m not sure how well they show the changes you’d have seen with your own eyes if you’d been here at the time.

[A note on that: Yes, I need to figure out how to stabilize lighting conditions and camera position when I’m taking these before and after photos.   After all, I’m a coach, not a photographer!  Also, these aren’t meant to convince a skeptic, nor would they.  They simply document my progress.  The best advice I ever received relevant to pioneering was to not wait for ‘perfect’ but just to keep sharing the imperfect. So here’s today’s ‘imperfect’ and stay tuned for more and better…]

Upper Cheek (before)





Upper Cheek (5 min later)





To supplement the photos, here’s a brief description of what was observed in the 5 minutes between these photos were taken:

At first the area of facial skin in the upper photo looked dry, aged and mottled.   Viewing it under magnification highlighted these characteristics.

Over the 5 minutes between photos, I continued to observe the tissue under magnification, watching as the following, (almost predictable now!), changes started to occur.

The lines or wrinkles start to become wider and shallower, as though the skin tissue was starting to relax.   The straight line of some wrinkles started to reveal round pores previously hidden in the folds.  Under my gaze, the flesh between the pores in the lines then began to plump up.

The previously-continuous lines of the wrinkles slowly became fainter and more shallow.  The lines themselves became punctuated by the round dots of pores.   In some areas, a new row of cells appeared to emerge in the deepest part of the crevice.  These new cells appeared plump and moist with surfaces reflecting more light.

If I moved my attention elsewhere, the filling-in process would sometimes continue and other times stop.   With these photos, I’d pre-decided to take the second photo after 5 minutes, so the photos show what occurred during that time frame.

An overall bonus seems to be that focussing consciously into flesh is that the overall skin tone looks amazing!   The skin looks much more pink, smooth, alive, healthy and evenly-coloured.   I have yet to learn if these changes are permanent or require several sessions to boost and maintain the results.  Muscle and tissue memory sometimes seems to cause a reversion to previous appearance.

I am not yet getting results as quickly and  jaw-droppingly as Joseph Pierce Farrell but I now feel it’s mostly a matter of continuing to put in my time, focus and attention.

For example, skin tissue seems easier to change than the underlying muscle tissue.   So there’s a learning curve for me on that.  But muscle and bone I now know can also be altered with consciousness alone.

So!  I’ll continue to play, photograph and share.   And the good news is, since I’ve learned to do this slowly with patience and have encountered  and am overcoming a zillion hurdles, I know it’s teachable!  So I look forward to doing that when I’m far enough along.

And, it bears repeating that while the skin is the only visible organ, this same effect is possible with every organ and every body part.  That’s what makes this most exciting.

In the meantime, as I described the other day, working live doesn’t seem much/any different to me that working remotely, as Ken Graydon and I are happily and busily doing a lot of these days, so why not quantum entangle with Ken and I through a Remote Session?

See you back here on Friday, June 14 for more goodies!

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Dong June 9, 2013 at 4:17 am

Awesome result Wendy! This is highly inspiring. Also, I wish my hair stays looking that good after working out 😀

peggy fenner June 8, 2013 at 5:04 pm

Dear Wendy, the results of changing skin texture you recently featured is very exciting!!!! My friend Ron in N.H. and I have been playing with altering facial and body features with some nice subtle changes. I have been lifting the skin and muscles around my neck and chin. I see a great difference in a week. Also one eyelid drooped and it has lifted….I work within a deep trancelike state…I sing a sweet ongoing childlike song to my skin and my body,,,,coaxing it …not forcing it. this seems to work…..I would like to ask. How might one work on themselves using direct observation.?..With a mirror and an intention of seeing a specific change I would like to know more about your technique. when working on one’s own own face. Thank you very much from Peggy

Wendy Down June 9, 2013 at 1:17 am

That’s wonderful, Peggy. As you point out, the key word in this seems to be ‘play’. Each of us may do it slightly differently and this applies for working on yourself. Let your imagination suggest ways to play with altering your own image. Later, I’ll share more of mine 🙂

Miranda June 8, 2013 at 11:32 am

That is just amazing. I can’t wait to see how your skill develops,Wendy. I read the book “Manifesting Michaelangelo” and I kept wondering if that kind of skill could be developed by all of us. I think you are proving that it can be.

Lynda Borschowa June 8, 2013 at 4:16 am

Wow, that is so exciting!!! Thank you for sharing Wendy.

amy June 8, 2013 at 12:39 am

Wendy this is exciting stuff! Thank you for posting your experience and progress. Big Hugs

Linda June 7, 2013 at 11:08 pm

Oh Wendy, How exciting!! Thank you so much for this inspiring post! Eagerly off to play with possibilities, and curious to hear more!!!

Janet Harper June 7, 2013 at 7:26 pm

Thank you so much Wendy for being such a pioneer in this “field”. Your tenacity and your willingness to put yourself “out there” for us all to see is inspiring.

Joan June 7, 2013 at 6:46 pm

I’m picturing soaking in a bath of that energy! Thank you and great good luck in uncovering this new reality…to all of us!

Wendy Down June 9, 2013 at 1:15 am

Thanks Miranda, Lynda, Amy, Linda, Janet and Joan. I feel excited and happy to be seeing what I see and to be able to share it.

Brenda Johnston June 7, 2013 at 6:41 pm

Have you ever worked on restoring near sightedness? I’ve had to start using readers in the last 12 months and it is driving me crazy watch my eyesight slowly degrade with age:(

Ken Graydon June 8, 2013 at 2:04 am

Hi Brenda, Wendy and I together, have worked with eyesight issues with excellent results. One benefit of the healing adventure is that the client is able to change their perception. You remember from those Hippie days “Perception is Reality” – well it’s true and you can choose a reality where your eyesight is 20/20 and not affected by the illusion of ageing.

Wendy Down June 9, 2013 at 1:14 am

Yes, Brenda, what Ken said…