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According to elaborated tachyon theory and based on research Gabriel Cousensa is the SOEP (subtle organizing energy field) that is responsible for transforming tachyon energy into the appropriate form and frequency needed for that form. SOEPs could also be called subtle packages that interact with each other and with each other. For a better understanding of the functioning of the subtle energies, I personally lean towards Barbara Ann Brennan’s model of 7 basic auric containers interconnected with the chakra system. I consider this theory to be more comprehensive and elaborated in detail (more in books …) and it is also more widespread in the healing community.

Tachyon energy experts also agree that the physical cause of the disease is the result of blocking the flow of energy at subtle levels. It is therefore a reaction, and therefore therapists also support the search for the cause of the illness at the mental and spiritual levels. It corresponds to the holographic understanding of our lives. This means that if we start to look for the cause of a physical illness, we find that it is related to several areas in our lives.

Translation of disease

Let’s look at a practical example: If a person has problems with the pancreas, e.g. inflammation (pancreatitis) cannot fulfill its basic function – production of digestive enzymes and regulation of blood sugar. Pancreas symbolizes the sweetness and love with which we approach life. The problem will be reflected in relationships, partner, family, work, etc. From the perspective of the auric field, sweetness manifests itself on the first level as taste, on the second as sweetness to oneself, on the third in sweetness of thoughts, on the fourth in sweetness from a partnership, etc. Each of the auric containers has a role and corresponds to a certain level of life. The artist in the “translation” of physical illnesses is M. Hrabica, who sees the weakening of the pancreas function as lack of love given and received and satisfaction. If a person has few digestive enzymes, he cannot see the nice thing in people and he misses the joy of every day. He recommends looking at the world with “sweeter” eyes and seeing the love coming from the people around us. Louise L. Hay, a recognized healer, also writes in connection with panreas problems about rejection, anger and frustration from feeling that life has lost sweetness. Positive affirmation for her is to repeat that I like and I’m happy with myself. Only I can sweeten my life and fill it with happiness. Several authors independently describe the connection between the physical problem (pain in the body, exhaustion, discomfort) and other levels of being. The holographic view shows that all these aspects need to be addressed for complete healing, because if something does not fit on one level, it will inevitably affect the others.

Responsibility for health

One needs to be actively involved in this process and take full responsibility for their health. Realizing your share of healing work and not leaving all the responsibility to the doctor, while trying to ward off something that has been grown for several years with a few pills for one weekend. Today, man needs to become an explorer of his life. In this process, she can start by asking questions like “Where exactly do I feel pain?”, “How long does it take?”, What have I done about it so far? and explore all areas of your life. These answers are meant to bring you to yourself and you may sometimes be surprised by what you discover in your lives. The first step to change is to realize the problem.

“The essence of discovery is not just finding new territories, but starting to see with new eyes” Marcel Proust

Resources

[1] Miroslav Hrabica, Co nám tělo říká  aneb Po stopách nemocí, 2007, ISBN 8090232273

[2] Dr. Andreas Jell, Tachyon, klíč ke zdraví. Souhrnná příručka o tachyonech, možnostech používaní tachyonizovaných produktu a léčení tachyonovou energií. 2005

[3] Barbara Ann Brennan, Ruce Světla. Léčení a lidské energetické pole. Pragma.

[4] Louise L. Hay, Miluj svuj život. Pragma, 2007