New! Quantum Body Sculpting sessions and my on-camera interview

by Wendy Down on January 8, 2013

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Hey!

“It’s a new dawn.  It’s a new day.  It’s a new life!     For me.   And I’m feeeeling good.”

(Hopefully you recognize these lyrics.  If not, sing it, Michael Buble!)

Thought I’d make quick post to share two bits of Consciousness Playground news.

First, I’ve been busy getting ready to deliver live Quantum Body Sculpting sessions soon.   They’ll be in-person sessions in my Ontario, Canada office.

When I do, you can bet I’ll be telling you all about how I’m doing them, what I’m learning and what folks are experiencing.    

My aim is to see reliable, consistent visible changes in the health and appearance of tissue like this awesome dude does.

So to do that, I need practice.

So far, what people consistently report after a session is this: the body issue that brought them in no longer bothers them.    They don’t think about it or even notice it anymore. 

Which is great.   Maybe it’s even the better outcome.

But I also know it’s possible for the tissue itself to morph.  Dagnabbit…

So the tissue-shaping practice sessions will begin.

Which is why my office is newly-stocked with a cushy massage table, fresh pillows, blankets and other comforts for the special souls who’ll meet me here in the playground of yet-unseen possibilities.

In these photos taken this morning, you can see I’m preparing the location in my office where the work (well, play) will happen.

The space feels yummy.  And the light from the window is perfect for seeing tissue pink up, glow and change.   I know because I’ve already seen this happen a few times in early trials I’ve been doing to set the stage and to get feedback, like:

“Music might be nice.”  

“Is there another pillow, please?”

I’m not quite ready to launch these sessions.  But they are on their way.  I’m excited and nervous.   The perfect combination.   So stay tuned!

Today’s second bit of news is that I recently taped an interview with WiredforSuccess.tv.

It’s my first live video interview and I’d love for you to let me know if I make any sense!

I did my best to talk to ‘the average person’ about the Consciousness Playground, the Youthening Program and why aging is an option.

The interview is called “Is Aging a Thing of the Past?” and you can see it, and me, here on Youtube.

That’s it, that’s all!

Short, sweet and just enough to let you know I’m still moving along and preparing to share what I’ll be learning next with you here.

See you Friday, Jan 11 with another quick update!

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Zehra March 13, 2013 at 7:01 pm

Wendy!!!! I’m so excited and looking at your website all the time. Can you please tell me if you have started body sculpting courses yet!? I read that you performed it on yourself, I can’t wait until I get to try it on my own. I want to do so much :).

Toni Delgado January 10, 2013 at 8:14 pm

Very dear Wendy,
You do look fantastically healthy and youthful! Loved that this interview is available to the public for more folks to join this fabulous morphic field of limitless possibilities and potential. So often as I am playing with the info that is me and “others”, I feel right there about to make a breakthru into that phenomenal transformational space the JP talks about that we all have. I have to relax more around this me thinks…too anxious, excited, nervous…and maybe wanting it too badly?

Young T.

Wendy Down January 11, 2013 at 3:10 pm

Young T., when there’s something I want that seems out of reach, there’s almost always a point at which I have to make peace with the notion that it may never come to pass. Let go of the dream… for real. This feels like giving up. But is usually only temporary. And it can’t be done with the underlying intention of still trying to make that thing happen… Because then I haven’t actually let go. I actually have to make peace with life never containing that wanted experience. Which is tough when you also know it’s possible…

Heidi January 10, 2013 at 9:59 am

I really liked this interview…! It gave so many insights on how the consciousness playground started and little invaluable tidbits that you probably don’t even realise you were sharing… I have this thing at the moment where I like to see the person behind the person behind the person behind the person and this comes out in natural style interviews, informal interactions and personal conversations for example and this was one of these… It was lovely to see some of the foundations and context for the way you do and how you do what you do and it’s so refreshing as it’s different to so much else out there… Very peer based, rather than teacher student based, wonderful 🙂

Wendy Down January 11, 2013 at 3:03 pm

Thank you so much, Heidi. I appreciate your comments and your thoughtfulness.

Kathe Gaarde January 9, 2013 at 7:09 am

I am exctied for all this great information, same as I was with your original Youthening Program Wendy. Sculpting tissue has a toxic vibration within that is enticing and full of wonderment also like the original Organ Regeneration platform. This is exciting beyond words keep us in the loop I thank you in advance.

Kathe Gaarde

Wendy Down January 9, 2013 at 12:54 pm

Thanks Kathe, your own tissue regrowth experience showed us all – it’s possible.

amy January 8, 2013 at 11:43 pm

How exciting Wendy. It is such a wonderful space with great energy. I’m excited with you and for you.

Linda January 8, 2013 at 11:29 pm

What an exciting new venture filled with possibilities!! Is this the outcome of your meeting with J.P. Farrell? And is he ready to partner with you for some online talks or interviews? maybe classes??? Keep us posted!!

Wendy Down January 9, 2013 at 1:13 pm

I’ll definitely keep you posted, Linda. And yes, JP Farrell is absolutely the inspiration and example!

Ken Graydon January 8, 2013 at 10:24 pm

I’m thinking Wendy should also be manifesting some gifted crowd controllers for when the word gets out that these amazing results are available and clients have the bonus of spending special time with her.

Wendy Down January 8, 2013 at 10:37 pm

Ken, I think the greater issue is: who will step up to do the same for folks on the underside of the world. In, oh, Australia, say. I’m counting on you to join me in learning the craft and science of shaping and sculpting human tissue. You up for it?

Ken Graydon January 9, 2013 at 2:46 am

Absolutely! I’m respectfully trotting three paces behind you – but I certainly want to be sharing the science, craft and fluffy pillow magic with the good folks down here around Perth.

Wendy Down January 9, 2013 at 12:53 pm

You could never be 3 paces behind, Ken. I’ll look forward to sharing experiences and learning alongside you.