News: May 2017.

Acutonics® Teacher Profile: Ling Chen

“I’m very curious and I love exploring how and why things work,” Ling Chen explains, “but I came from an educational system that was very academic, and my training was very analytical, so I didn’t imagine I’d ever do this.” She’s talking about gravitating toward Acutonics, the applied use of sound vibration integrating Oriental medicine, psychology, science, and the arts to promote health and well-being, and how it has changed her life – and her focus.
Astrological Considerations for May

Aloha! It is my honor to present some thoughts on the astrology of the month of May. This article is meant to be as much a conversation piece as it is insightful into the inner and outer relationships of the planets and the physio-energetic systems of our bodies. I encourage you to reach out and start a dialog beyond this article if you are interested in this study or have any insight you think I may find useful! It is our community that makes us so much more effective as healers and students. There will probably be themes that you will start to notice as your clients come in expressing similar needs through their own unique lens of experience. So I would love to hear about any of these patterns that start to come up for you and your practice during the month. For those who are not as versed in astrology, but the desire to be utilizing some of the energetics of the month exists, the following suggestions focus on an early May reading and a late May reading; with a little bit of retrograding here and there!
Acutonics Student Profile: John Rosan aka Tone

John Rosan (Tone) is a Level IV Student Practitioner of Acutonics. He has studied here at the Mothership and it has truly been a pleasure getting to know him. John and his wife Abby are based in Lakewood, Colorado where they offer private healing sessions, performances, workshops and retreats from their home office, and anywhere that sound happens around the globe and beyond!
Using Source Points for Growth and Transformation: Archetypes and Alchemy

The heavenly given or original qi is said to be retained and to linger in the “Source Points”. Ordinarily they are thought of as points that provide exceptional access to the channel and organ with which they are associated. Some Chinese medicine references say that the source points of the yin organs tonify the energy of the organ and source points of the yang organs expel pathogens, or release excess in the body.
Celebrating Venus: Archetypes, Myths and Healing Themes

On April 20 we entered the sign of Taurus ruled by Venus the goddess of love. Venus the brightest planet in our sky is similar in size to the Earth. Billions of years ago Venus may well have more closely resembled Earth supporting water and oceans. However, today it is a hotbed of volcanic activity, covered with sulfuric clouds and a surface temperatures around 425 degrees centigrade.

"When I went to get my facial I was feeling a little achy and tired, wondering how I would get through the rest of my workday . . . After my treatment I taught some (yoga) classes, went shopping and cleaned the kitchen! My face definitely feels more lifted after just three appointments . . . and the treatments leave me feeling energetic, happy, and younger! "

- Nancy, Boulder, CO