Want a Quantum Body Sculpting session on Friday, Jan 25?

by Wendy Down on January 22, 2013

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I promised you an update on the Quantum Body Sculpting front today. (Also, read on to see what’s behind this photo of my mirror and I.  It might look like vanity, but it’s really about the progression of science.)

The other day I told you about the surprising outcome of my recent personal Quantum Body Sculpting session.   I’m happy to report two pieces of good news on that front.

First, I have a theory about how I got a bit skewed in the creative process.

In his book, Manifesting Michelangelo, Joseph Pierce Farrell outlines 5 steps to describe how to observe miraculous changes such as he is able to rapidly achieve in his sessions like with this 62-year-old woman. (photo, below, shared courtesy of www.FarrellCenter.org).

Those steps, in JP’s shorthand are:

1) Connect

2) Establish Empathy

3) Experience Joy

4) Establish Intent and

5) Surrender

In my own session, after connecting and establishing my intent, I did feel empathy and joy.  (Steps 1, 2, 3 and 4.  Check, check, check and check.)

Then I surrendered.   (Step 5, check.   So far, things are looking so good.)

As I started to feel the cartilage get soft and shrink I was certainly blown away.    First one side of the bridge of my nose started to soften then the other.  It was wild!

And, it was as the bridge of my nose became malleable that things may have gone askew because I then started wondering how much specific direction I needed to give to get the desired outcome.

In other words, I suddenly became aware that I didn’t exactly know what my ideal nose would look like now that it appeared I might actually be able to choose it consciously.  

I didn’t have a mirror, either, so I couldn’t observe what I was doing.  I’m not a good artist so I couldn’t draw an ideal nose, let alone picture in it perfect detail, up close, in 3D.   I started to wonder if maybe I needed to picture the outcome as clearly as a sculptor does in order to chip away marble with an exacting touch.  It occurred to me that maybe this was going to require a lot more artistic skill than I currently had.

 Oops.

So in that state of partial disconnect (egads and yikes, there goes Step 1), I had a Carrie Underwood “Jesus Take the Wheel” moment.

I decided to leave the outcome to God.  Then as I observed later, my schnoz had recreated itself closer to God’s original image but further from my own ideal :-).   So, that all seems useful for me for the future.  Hopefully for you too.

(If you’re lost at this point, read the whole story here.)

The other bit of good news is that my friend, Ken Graydon and I have been playing with this shnoz of mine together remotely.    Today, he sent me the most beautiful custom nose-shaping process you could ever ask for.  And I do have to say that as I look at it now, it may well be reverting to my preferred look again.  The photo, above, was taken just a short while ago.   Looks kinda alright, huh?

But that’s not all!   Today I’m launching my Quantum Body Sculpting sessions.  Mainly because in my office recently, I’ve been noticing a pattern emerging that goes roughly like this.

A person comes in with something bothering them, emotionally or physically.   They lie down on my comfy new massage table.  I fluff the pillows, then put my hands near or over them.

Within a few minutes we both feel heat in the affected area.  If the person is sensitive to energy, they may feel energy moving elsewhere in their body too.

For example, the other week a young woman was upset about her skin.   After about 15 minutes on the comfy table, we both observed a subtle new glow to her complexion.

More importantly for her, in the mirror, her attention was no longer drawn to perceived imperfections in her skin but instead to her beautiful eyes and mouth.  She suddenly felt neutral about what was seriously bothering her only minutes before.   The last time we spoke, she has continued to experience the detached neutrality.

Today, a woman was complaining of long-standing and worsening elbow pain from repetitive use.   The joint was noticeably swollen.   In less than 10 minutes, the pain went from a level of 8 out of 10 to only 3.  Afterwards, she could also touch the joint (previously extremely painful to do) and actually feel the bone there.  Minutes before that same bone had been hidden by swelling.

Obviously I love the emotional and physical healing aspects of these stories and others I’m seeing.  But between you and I, the part that excites me the most is the noticeable change in tissue appearance, texture and quality.   I’m a complete sucker for undeniable, observable changes.

So I’m eager to see what is ready to happen next, Quantum Body Sculpting-wise, here in my Brantford, Ontario office.    That’s why I’m offering the first Quantum Body Sculpting sessions this Friday, January 25.   Between 9:30 and 12noon.

As a big thank you to anyone daring enough to come try one, the sessions are discounted to only $50. (A private session with me is normally $225.)

To be clear, if you click the blue BUY NOW button below and purchase a Quantum Body Sculpting session for $50, what you are purchasing is an in-person session for Friday Jan 25th between 9:30 and 12noon Eastern.    

I anticipate the sessions will be short, so you don’t need to book an exact time.  When you purchase your session, you’ll automatically receive directions to my office.   Just show up between 9:30am and 12noon and I’ll see you then.   Fingers crossed, synchronicity will handle the flow…

If you don’t live near Brantford, Ontario, don’t despair.   Later, once I’ve got these live sessions underway, chances are I’ll offer them remotely by Skype as well.  

That’s enough for one day, right?  Stay tuned!

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nancy January 26, 2013 at 4:07 pm

Good ideas Wendy, thanks for the support!

Elizabeth Richards January 24, 2013 at 3:47 pm

I also love what you said about becoming our own teachers, Wendy, how true. Having also met an amazing healer myself, it became so clear that wanting someone else to do it for me was not going to entirely work. If there truly was a man named Jesus who performed said miracles and went from place to place teaching others to do the same (“go and do as I do, and greater works than these shall you do!”) then he must have felt frustrated at times by how many wanted him to heal them when he was teaching them to heal themselves. This is a big part of this shift we’re in – knowing that we truly are all one and learning to plug into the wisdom, joy, peace and love of that. It IS great to share and have support, though, while we’re learning! And your nose DOES look fabulous, very cool!!! Congratulations!

Toni Delgado January 24, 2013 at 4:51 am

Wendy,
Did you have your hands around the ridge of your nose and nose when you did this? Or did you just let go and allow? Keeping the ego removed from this may be a challenge if we are not completely trusting and allowing of the Field of All Possibility to grant us our desire.

I LOVE THIS: “There’s a point at which, to claim our own power, we have to leave the comfort of being the student behind and step up as our own teacher.”

This research we are doing is amazing grace…it is thrilling…and it is time.

Young T.

Magali January 23, 2013 at 10:14 pm

I am happy that you love your nose even more, Wendy 🙂 I find it perfect on the photo…and I can’t really figure out how it was before you resculpted it !……
Like Christine, I would have been there in a flash, if I could teletransport….So I will wait for skype sessions * and wish you some mind-blowing transformative observations, in the meantime !!! ***

Joan January 23, 2013 at 3:43 am

This is SO exciting! Can’t wait for it all to unfold!

Wendy Down January 23, 2013 at 4:01 pm

Me too, Joan. Me too!

Christine Bennett January 23, 2013 at 12:46 am

Dear Wendy so much fun to read about your journey in the body sculpting.
If I lived closer I would be there in a flash . Maybe on Skype later eh?

Wendy Down January 23, 2013 at 4:00 pm

That would be very enjoyable for me 🙂

nancy January 23, 2013 at 12:05 am

Great story Wendy. I’d be a little nervous not using a mirror, but that’s me! Could you share some of the ideas in Ken’s custom nose-shaping process? I wouldn’t mind slimming mine down a bit 🙂

Wendy Down January 23, 2013 at 3:59 pm

I’ll leave that decision to Ken, Nancy. But since I know you’ve studied a lot of processes and teachings, this thought is occurring to me. There’s a point at which, to claim our own power, we have to leave the comfort of being the student behind and step up as our own teacher. If you’re ready to test those waters, you could play around with your own Nancy’s Nose Slimming experiment, pulling together some of your favorite experiences from the past. Remember a word or idea you’ve already used that you loved. Or a process that really felt good and right to you. Take a cue from that and apply it to this situation in whatever way your imagination takes you. That’s actually all I do – and possibly Ken too. We notice what has worked for us in the past and extend those ideas into new situations. You can too!

barb glover January 22, 2013 at 11:09 pm

Wow…. love your nose, Wendy. Very cool stuff!

Wendy Down January 23, 2013 at 3:54 pm

Thanks, Barb. I never intended to put this much attention there but so be it 🙂

Christine January 22, 2013 at 10:45 pm

Wendy, you are beautifully funny, you make me chuckle in such a good way! All the best to you as I continue to follow you from small town NS.

Wendy Down January 23, 2013 at 3:52 pm

Thanks so much, Christine. I’ve learned that, for me, I always have to share my journey while it’s happening, which always seems a bit too soon for my comfort. But doing so is my declaration of changes and progress which make them even more real. Humour is my way of bridging that gap 🙂

Ken Graydon January 22, 2013 at 10:33 pm

I trust that, in the nicest possible way, your office is filled with love, hope, belief and the singing and laughter of the angels as you bring about more of these shared acts of wonder. You may notice a shared version of myself in a corner offering supportive intentions.

Wendy Down January 23, 2013 at 3:50 pm

Ken, your support is appreciated. And you definitely are not confined to the corner but free to roam around and lend a virtual hand if you like!