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"Good health is your most precious asset."

Diana Mossop

Phyto... what?

Published: 09/03/2012 09:47:57
Source: Women's Health


 

Phyto... what? Phytobiophysics, it's quite simple really. Phyto from the Greek word phuton meaning plant; bio from the Greek word bios meaning life, and physics, which, as we all know from school, is the branch of science concerned with the properties of matter and energy, and the relationships between them.

What exactly is it? It's a new philosophy that harnesses the infinite energy of plants to restore balance and harmony on all levels of consciousness.

Do plants have an infinite energy then? Yes.

And I suppose it was a Phytobiophysicist who discovered this infinite energy? Got it in one. From her early childhood in Nyasaland, when she was nursed by African tribesmen, Dame Diana Mossop -scholar of complementary medicine and the acclaimed creator and guardian of Phytobiophysics - has spent her life studying the healing properties of plants. After contracting malaria as an adult, Diana found herself utterly dissatisfied with Western medical help and began studying and researching the disparate cultures of the Far East.

Remarkably by using the power of plants, she made a full recovery. Setting about to formalise her knowledge, Diana began to attend numerous courses on nutrition iridology, cosmetology, polarity therapy, herbalism, acupuncture and EAV diagnostic techniques. And from her studies in these various fields Phytobiophysics was born.

So, what exactly happens then in a Phytobiophysics session? Because it incorporates such a broad spectrum of modem techniques, lies, and ancient wisdoms, it is particularly interesting to attend Phytobiophysics session. The first thing is to identify exactly where our bodies are blocked - that is where the root of any physical or mental problem might lie - a physical or mental problem that we ourselves might not even know exists. This is done with an in-depth health analysis using electro-acupoint testing. By contacting points on the hands and the feet with a probe attached to a galvonometer, the practitioner is able to find out where the blocks; determine the most appropriate therapy to facilitate healing. Once this has been done the patient can take a flower formula, or a combination of flower formulae, to remedy it. With a non-invasive, holistic approach to disease, Phytobiophysics sees it as something that arises from unhappiness, which may result from the traumas of modern society, such as family disunity, social breakdown, toxic overload or stress. So, you might feel run down the whole time, not because you have a cold, but because of a vaccine you received as a child.

Does it work then? Apparently so. Straight after a pill(s) from one of the 20 flower formulas, the very same acupuncture point which only minutes before will have registered a high, and therefore problematic reading drops right back down to normal.

Anyone famous use it then? Both Jodie Kidd and Natasha Caine (daughter of Michael) have used Phytobiophysics Flower Formulas to stabilise and harmonise their hectic lifestyles.


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