Distance Energy Therapy

Distance Energy Therapy (Autonomic Response Testing)

All living things and beings are permeated and surrounded by a universal energy field or aura.  Autonomic Response Testing Therapy utilizes this force to observe changes in the functioning of  the autonomic nervous system (Our Inner doctor that deals with anything we do not think  about, like our breath, digestion, heartbeat etc). A change in this field has an effect on a person’s physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being. Because we are all connected through the Universal Energy Field, it is possible to detect an individual’s state-of-being across space. In my practice I have come to experience that distance between the practitioner and Patient is irrelevant, nor is there a time factor, and that, long distance A.R.T. therapy is an effective tool in establishing balance and well-being in individuals.

It is possible to give a very effective and beneficial distance A.R.T. therapy treatment to a patient even if they are on the other side of the planet. There will be times when it becomes necessary for long distance therapy, with certain clients who are often at remote locations or might have health problems and cannot come for an in-person treatment.

Distance A.R.T. therapy treatments are conducted in a manner similar to in-person treatments. The work is done by placing the A.R.T. signal enhancers on a picture of the patient (full body and palms forward), or by using a surrogate (the picture and the patient field is locked into the surrogate, and the field of the patients becomes available for assessment). A session lasts approximately 90 minutes, after which the surrogate is unlocked from the subject.

Sessions can be conducted by prior consent and arrangement only, where a time is allocated that is convenient for the patient. It is strongly recommended that you consider this therapy time as sacred and set aside the space and time not to be disturbed. As with anything, taking responsibility for yourself and your health, and receive the therapy session with with focus and
feeling, will allow for the best results.

After the distance therapy A.R.T. test, a protocol will be derived to discuss the findings and any interventions that need to actioned on. Nutritional remedies and essences will be send at additional cost.

Follow up sessions are recommended to address the issues on the different levels (sympathetic level, matrix, cell wall integrity and intracellular environment). Each time the test and interventions will go deeper. It is not possible to heal the cell if the matrix is polluted. As an analogy: you can not treat the fish and keep them healthy if the fish tank is not regularly cleaned.

Prior to the Session. Please complete and sign the downloadable forms and email to ishskoinfo@gmail.com

  1. Please fill in the medical history questionnaire “How in the Health are you?”
  2. Draw a plan of your bedroom and your position of sleeping, let me know what is on the other side of the wall or underneath, above the bed. Write down any near by Pylons, Phone masts or electricity sub stations and railway lines. Take your laptop to your bed after switching off your own WIFI and write down the amount of networks you can receive.
  3. List all issues and symptoms that you feel are pertinent to your health concern and score them between 1-10 in severity (see scoring document)
  4. Familiarize yourself with the principals of the “5 levels of Health and Healing”
  5. Consent to treatment form.

Instructions for the Therapy Session

  1. Prepare a comfortable place where you can rest uninterrupted and with minimal distractions. If you have young children or a pet, arrange your partner or sitter to mind them.
  2. Because we will assess your biological field, make sure you have switched off the mobile phone after I have called you at the start of the session, also switch off the WIFI any other IT gadgets.
  3. Prepare a candle or incense stick in your room that can burn during the session, or place a picture of yourself in front of you as a focus point.
  4. Remove all metal jewelry, watches and EMF protectors, from your body along with your belt and shoes. If there is metal you can’t remove, let me know.
  5. Have a bathroom stop prior to the session.
  6. You can drink water if necessary but refrain from eating or smoking
  7. If necessary, have a blanket nearby in case you get cold.
  8. At the designated appointment time, I will call you to confirm the remote therapy session.
  9. During the session, just relax, just empty your mind and feel your body. Do not give any power to any thoughts that come to distract you. Repeat the words NEUTRAL, NEUTRAL if your thoughts like to take over from your feeling. You may be aware that something is taking place. You may have feelings that pop up along with sensations such as warmth, ressure, or tingling.
  10. At the end of the session, blow out the candle or incense stick. Stretch your body and breath deeply. Once you feel your feet firmly on the ground, you can leave the room and engage in the every-day world again.
  11. Be aware that during the days following the session you will continue to balance.
  12. Drink plenty of water as you are likely to detoxify.
  13. The A.R.T. report and nutritional/essence support that came up during your session will be emailed to you within a week. If you decide to order the nutritional supplements, remedies and/or essences, please email the signed nutritional/essences form and a PAYPAL invoice will be send to you. Once your funds have cleared into our account the products will be send to you.

General Principles

Principle I: Integrity

  1. Personal Integrity. Integrity is an adherence to honesty, openness and a dedication to the loving essence at the core of who we are. Integrity is demonstrated in knowing ourselves and to ourselves being true. As a Practitioners ( myself and the ISHSKO team) strive to be aware of their own belief systems, values, needs, and limitations and the effect of these on their work. Practitioners stay centered and continue their own education and unfolding by participating in a inner reflexion practice (non-religious and not bound by dogma) and doing trainings, workshops, etc. that are nurturing and supportive of the therapy practice on an on-going basis.
  2. Demonstrating Integrity. Practitioners are dedicated to providing competent therapy sessions with caring and respect for human dignity. Practitioners adhere to principals of honesty and integrity while working with clients and colleagues. In these activities practitioners
    are honest, fair, and respectful of others. In describing or reporting their qualifications, services, products, fees, research, or teaching, they do not make statements that are false, misleading, or deceptive. Practitioners respect the law and respect the rights of patients, of colleagues, and
    of other health professionals, and safeguard client confidences within the constraints of the law. Practitioners may recommend to their patients other health care professionals where appropriate.
  3. Promoting Integrity. Practitioners seek to promote integrity in the science, teaching, and practice of Autonomic Response Testing therapy. To the extent feasible, they clarify for relevant parties the roles they are performing and they function appropriately in accordance with those
    roles. When practicing A.R.T, practitioners are clear in their communications with the client, making a clear distinction when they use other therapies appropriate to the level a block is found (5 Levels of Health and Healing).

Principle II: Competence

  1. Boundaries of Competence. As a Practitioner I strive to maintain high standards of competence in my work. As an ART practitioner who practices and utilize other modalities within the scope of my practice, I have the proper training and certification. I maintain knowledge of relevant professional information related to the services I render, and I recognize and honour the need for continuing education.
  2. Self-Monitor Effectiveness. As a Practitioner in private practice I take reasonable steps from time to time to seek out teacher and/or peer supervision to assist in evaluating the efficacy as a practitioners of A.R.T Therapy.

Principle III: Do No Harm

  1. Primary Responsibility. The primary responsibility of an A.R.T. practitioner is to respect the divinity of, and to promote the well-being of their patients. Practitioners work to empower the self healing capacity of the patient. Practitioners contribute to the wellbeing and health of those with whom they interact professionally. Practitioners act with caring toward their patients to the very best of their abilities.
  2. Patients are obliged to list any prescription and non prescription medicine, supplements and remedies so synergistic or conflicting reactions can be anticipated and or avoided. Failing to do so can seriously harm the patient. As a practitioner I can not take responsibility for adverse reactions if full disclosure is not given.
  3. If A.R.T. protocols are complex patients can enroll in our detox support coaching program, which guides and motivates the patient through the program. The 7 Module detox support program can be down loaded once the detox program is emailed to the patient.

2. Positive Growth and Development. Practitioners support growth, development, well-being, self-esteem, awareness and welfare in the patient. Practitioners avoid fostering dependent therapeutic or educational relationships.

Principle IV: Respecting People’s Rights and Dignity

The ISHSKO practitioners provide their services with awareness of the cultural, individual and role differences, including age, gender, race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, disability, language, and socioeconomic status. Practitioners are aware that the work they do transcends all these apparent differences. They do not knowingly participate in or condone any discriminatory practices.

  1. Right to Disclosure. Practitioners will inform patients before therapy begins of the basic principles and procedures of A.R.T. Therapy. Practitioners may inform patients in more detail of the purposes, goals, techniques, procedures, limitations, potential risks, and benefits of services to be performed, and other pertinent information upon the patien’s request.
  2. Right to Privacy
    a. Maintaining Confidentiality. As Practitioners, the Ishsko team respect patient’s right to privacy and protect the safety of the session and do not disclosure confidential or personal information to anyone under normal circumstances. They will also insure that any helpers or other persons present also maintain confidentiality to the best of their ability.
    Practitioners with licensure or credentials in other modalities must adhere to the requirements of their credentials.
    b. Exceptions. The right to privacy may be waived by the patient or his or her legally recognized representative under necessary circumstances. The general requirement that practitioners keep information confidential does not apply when disclosure is required to prevent clear and imminent danger to the client or others or when legal requirements demand that confidential information be revealed. Practitioners must consult with their teachers, other professionals or their own legal representative when in doubt as to the validity of an exception.
    c. Minor or Incompetent Patients. When working with patients who are minors or individuals who are unable to give voluntary, informed consent, parents or guardians may be asked to sign release forms and give consent.
  3. Records
    a. Requirement of Records. Practitioners will maintain records to facilitate their work and to protect themselves in the event of legalities, at the least, appropriate, signed release forms. If the practitioner is also a licensed professional in another field then they will keep the records
    necessary for rendering professional services to their patients as required by laws, regulations, or agency or institution procedures. Practitioners shall maintain the confidentiality of any records.

Principle VI: Professional Responsibility

A.R.T Practitioners adhere to professional standards of conduct, clarify their professional roles and obligations and accept appropriate responsibility for their behaviour. Practitioners consult with, refer to, or cooperate with other professionals and institutions to the extent needed to serve the best interests of their patients. Practitioners are aware that their personal moral standards and conduct may reflect into their professional life. Therefore they take care, as best they can, that their personal conduct does not compromise their professional responsibilities or reduce the public’s trust in A.R.T Therapy. When appropriate, practitioners may consult with colleagues in order to prevent or avoid unethical conduct.

    1. Fees and Bartering
      a. Financial arrangements: Prior to entering the therapeutic relationship, all financial arrangements related to professional services including the use of collection agencies or legal measures for nonpayment are explained. It is suggested that Practitioners refrain from accepting goods or services (barter) from clients in return for services because such arrangements may create inherent potential for conflicts in the professional relationship.
      b. patients need to pay by c/c prior to their therapy sessions. Pre- treatment forms are released as soon as fund have cleared.
      c. Supplements and Essences: Separate invoices are created for  supplementation, essences or other A.R.T. Tools, products are shipped after funds have cleared. No monies are taken without prior consent of the patient and full understanding of what needs to be ordered.
      d. Pro Bono Service. Practitioners may contribute to society by devoting a portion of their professional activity to services for which there is little or no financial return (pro bono).
To make an appointment please contact us or phone the centre on 0949532000.