The Quantum Matrix Code
an experimental energy rebalancing system for healing
This unique intuitive healing chart combines many resources to identify imbalances in your life. This can accelerate the trained energy worker to become even more effective. This advanced program is perfect for people already skilled in other healing modalities, as it can easily be adapted to each user and their level of experience. This system is complex however, and we strongly recommend you contact me to learn how to use the chart and the system, otherwise it may not have the same powerful effect. I developed the Quantum Matrix Code with another great energy healer, named Richard Stanley. We worked together for almost a year to develop this system to easily find and release blocks and energies that were interfering with us, with an overall plan to uplift our energies to higher dimensions. This system is free for everyone to use.
To use this system, begin on the QMC Chart page, starting with the opening protocol on the bottom of page 5. Once you have cleared anything interfering and aligned with yourself or your subject… Then use Muscle Testing to ask your higher self which page number to go to next. What section letter next, which column and row next and what number? Follow the section headings and use your intuition. Feel free to contact me with your questions.
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