0011 - Anusuya Quinn, Tong Ren Healing - 2020-10-14

Episode 11 October 14, 2020 00:19:21
0011 - Anusuya Quinn, Tong Ren Healing - 2020-10-14
Tong Ren Podcast
0011 - Anusuya Quinn, Tong Ren Healing - 2020-10-14

Oct 14 2020 | 00:19:21

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Tong Ren is an energy healing therapy based on the premise that illness is related to interruptions, or blockages, in the body's natural flow of blood, neural bioelectricity, blood, hormones and chi (life force energy). Tong Ren is a powerful healing energy treatment used to help people restore their health and heal from viruses, pain, cancers, organ disorders, etc.  Welcome to the Tong Ren Podcast.

Please visit https://tongrenstation.com/ for more info.

 

Anusuya Quinn

Phone/Text – 207-569-4711

Email – [email protected]

 

Speaker 0 00:00:00 Yeah. Um, someone says we have, we'll start from as soon as I see that we have.
Speaker 1 00:00:15 Okay.
Speaker 0 00:00:17 Yeah. Okay. Let's see. We're up. Very good. Thanks. See, clicked it on mine too. Okay. So we're going to start with emotions, which is where we always start. Um, goodness, I dunno if I put the top of the list on my list yet or not? I did. Okay. So we're going to start with emotions. I have most of the requests starting with Yon.
Speaker 1 00:00:43 Okay.
Speaker 0 00:00:45 30 yesterday afternoon. So anyways, we will run through, um, general treatments that covered pretty much everything. And then we will treat the cancer, um, the different cancers individually and, um, as well as doing treatment for the, um, Parkinson's ALS ms. Kind of stuff specifically. So anyways, um, and I looked through the list, but honestly we pretty much cover everything, um, as we go along.
Speaker 1 00:01:19 So,
Speaker 0 00:01:22 Um, worry about that as much anymore as I used to worry anyways, I'm just gonna move this clip a little bit. So I don't have quite so much cloth hanging off my arm. Okay. Here we go. So emotions you like to work on relaxation or everybody junk on my desk, overly relaxing. Um, okay. So Tom's been doing a lot of trauma work lately. So first I'm going to go to see, to see to both sides opens our motor cortex, opens us up to receive the energy from the universe. Um, GB 13, 14, right side and lap, the right. We work with relaxation, peace of mind. We slow the brainwaves. It's a form of brainwave entrainment. We also work left side from memory focus, cognitive anti aging, things like add ADHD. Alzheimer's dementia, brain fog from chemo. Um, brain fog from, um, hormone treatments is another one.
Speaker 1 00:02:44 So
Speaker 0 00:02:48 Just left my brain as I work on memory. Um, I actually called double point sometimes or front and back because I'm using my hands instead of the doll, which it possible to do things I can't really do with my hammer. So anyways, then really it's about my wrists. I'm still healing soft tissue. It takes a while, especially when you go use it a lot. So anyways, work that relaxation will take it to GV 22, which I always called the PTSD point. And again, Tom's now doing a lot of work with trauma. So we are working with other points as well. So GV 22 works on the hypothalamus and pituitary fight or flight and survival instincts, neurotransmitters and brain chemistry. Um, some of the brain chemistry is hormone based. Some of it's neurotransmitter, um, based so many ways. We want to open that up, take it to the insular cortex.
Speaker 0 00:03:55 So we are stimulating creative mind, integrating mind, body spirit, harmonizing clears away, deep seated fears, phobias compulsive tendencies, back to the left side, frontal lobe also open up the speech center while we're on the left side of the brain. So let's send that to Ana, um, speech broker warn a gate left frontal the left motor, the left temporal open up, um, you know, Tang, emotional balance, intuitive guidance works on the pineal gland. So good for sleep for melatonin production. Um, Tom uses this for the olfactory nerve. So anyways, he in Tang, Ty yang, B L six, we're opening the olfactory doing those trauma points, opening TW 20 GB pate open beyond nine GB 17. We want to open up the hippocampus. Our memories are the hippocampus and the, um, all factory triggers, the deepest oldest kind of memories. And again, is connected to our sense of smell, which is deeply again, related to trauma can be a really, um, big trigger for trauma. So we're opening that all up. We're bringing it to the FCMS. Let's open the circulation up to the brain, relaxing neck, shoulders, jar, and upper back. So take it from subclavian arteries, which come from the aortic arch and comes from the heart. Subclavians into the carotids, internal external, and give your key pearls basil or the brain STEM. Again, again, we have dopamine production there as, as other cardiac respiratory, um, regulation. We are opening
Speaker 1 00:06:06 Okay
Speaker 0 00:06:06 Through the neck, the shoulders also, as we relax the neck and the shoulders, it opens our circulation by all electrical flow and our nerve function. So we're relaxing. Clearing the tension, washing it from the chest to the feet, kicked me 27 to one. So we take it all the way down the kidney Meridian out through the soles of the feet. When we strengthen balance support, we also open up as we bring it down and moons through the chest. We open the respiratory cardiac through the digestive system, into the janitor urinary area all the way down the legs, back into the feet and ground out through the soles kidney one to the earth, like the roots of a tree ground net suite do metabolism, hormones, deep sleep. We do the emotions one more time before we start all the cancer treatments. So we do that twice. Actually the second time I say less. Um, okay. So let me see, what do I want, I want to look at Tanya and station for a second. Okay. Let's see what else I haven't got. Okay. I think I have two Steffi and as I was grabbing it, I saw Casey popup. Okay, Suzanne, let's see.
Speaker 1 00:07:35 Okay. Cheers. Copy. Okay. Um, yeah, no, it is.
Speaker 0 00:07:55 And then when I get it on the other page, maybe I can,
Speaker 1 00:07:57 You can read it
Speaker 0 00:08:01 Stephie.
Speaker 0 00:08:05 No capper. Is that Robert from April? I suppose I saw you were on, it's been a while. Okay. Healing. She lymphoma. Okay. We do. Um, we do lymphoma for Jean too. So that was already on the board for the treatment at the end. But now we have you there too. Okay. Um, short and sweet really does it for me. I use my hand a lot and quite honestly, you know, people don't like to hear it, but if the requests get really long, I just kind of, um, dance right past them because they can't, I can't take it all in anyways. You benefit by keeping it short and sweet also. Um, See, I'm just making sure there's nothing else I need to really attend to.
Speaker 0 00:09:17 Thank you. Writing some words so I can maybe look at your request after. Okay. Beverly Good morning, Suzanne. Okay. I got everybody. Very good. Um, so we're doing metabolism, hormone, steep sleep next. And again, we'll go through, um, a lot of general treatments. Yup. Happy mama. Good morning. Um, I have yarns perfect blood at the top of the list. So we'll do you with that when we get there. Okay. Metabolism open up behind the ears. Triple warmer. 16, 17. He talks is everybody's system cleans outside effects of chemo, which we'll do tomorrow. Um, when we're doing the cancer treatments. So clean up the metabolism, revving up for healthy balance cell growth. We want to clean out any unhealthy cells, replace some with healthy new growth. We bounced the growth hormone that she be 22 GB, 23 caliber race open up, um, BR six opens. Endocrine can play a part in sleep is also our mirror neuron point, which explains the collective really open up, back into the brain STEM, circadian rhythms, along the brain STEM also things like sleep apnea. We work on, um, the respiratory there regulates the breath, regulates the heart. Also let's open up the occipital Ridge open straps and the thoracic spine. Let's open up GB 12 whole neck and shoulders.
Speaker 0 00:11:09 the long thoracic nerve to the guy for him, but also see six, seven is thyroid parathyroid. So hormones take T one, two, three, four, seven, kidney 27, 26, 25, 24, 21 auto immune issues like Hashimoto's affecting thyroid. So we cleared the, we strengthen the immune also helps with virus prevention works on anything inflammatory and itis. Take that back to see six, seven S T nine, 10 thyroid parathyroid. Again, specific to the Hashimoto's or graves' is the other way the other direction up down. Um, we want to balance is really what we're looking for when we work these, um, hormone based organs, we can take it to T for kidney 24 for breast, take it to T seven, bring that blood supply down T a kidney 20 stomach, 21 on the front opens pancreas, which is endocrine an X Uprint open the adrenals at L one kidney 16. Let's open up the, um, stomach 25 to 30 pudendal nerve opens pelvic bowl. Pelvic organs are generally endocrine, not the digestive, but the, um, male, female organs are endocrine. So open the lumbar spine and get all of those organs. So things like prostate ovaries, uterus, cervix, endometrium, you guys get the picture,
Speaker 2 00:12:49 Right? We're opening it up.
Speaker 0 00:12:51 We're opening Prudential back and front back as S two, three, four, five, um, also T seven is night issues. So we got that again for the deep sleep. The adrenals can affect our sleep, our stress hormones, our cortisol levels, take it down the front, bring it all the way down. Take it from the chest to the feet where we ground again for sleep for peace of mind, right out through the soles liver three kidney one, I think I said put down the lint pelvic floor organs, and also it did. And it will again, um, brain circulation, nerves and abundant energy is next. So let's do 10 dong and sky with no open up these SCMS. So TN knowing SCM sky window is part of the FCMS S I 16, 17. Again, specific to carotids. We open the internals, the externals open back to the vertebrals basil or into the bank, brainstem basil ganglia again for the dopamine, for the Parkinsonian symptoms.
Speaker 0 00:14:05 So we're opening also our nerve pathways on the brain STEM, but we're going to get them on the way back from the top of the head back. So let's take it back in, open the neck and the shoulders let's open. The neocortex loop gets the facial nerves, GB six back to 12. Let's open again, triple warmer's up to GB, 22 regeneration and the growth hormone, the endorphins for any discomfort and pain. We want to stimulate endorphins. They know where to go. We want to open the motors, these association and sensory cortex's of top of the head. We're opening up GV 21, 2019.
Speaker 0 00:14:53 we're taking it again, back into the brain STEM. So those are the nerve pathways. Um, again, the neuro-transmitters as well. We, um, produce some on the brain STEM. We produce some in the pituitary. We regulate some from the hypothalamus. So we just got that all across top of the head, back through the brain STEM, we can open the occipital Ridge, opens up the traps and the thoracic spine. So it was going to be opening up spinal nerves in those areas. We can take it to GB 12, which opens C one to seven facial arteries around to the front of the face area. Also into the throat. Take it to the spinal artery from . So GB 12, C one to seven, where you open the brachial plexus on the bottom of that C five, six, seven. We take that, um, down through thoracics T one through 1201 through five S one through five and the coccsyx.
Speaker 0 00:15:58 So we opened the spinal nerves. Actually. I don't know that there's a nerve at the coccsyx. I'll have to look that one up. Um, so see, five, six, seven is brachial plexus, and the subclavians on the front. Let's bring this down. The arms nerves down through the shoulders, elbows wrists down to the hands fingers, both sides. T one two three, four seven, kidney 27, 26, 25, 24, 21 opening up to clear inflammation, both sympathetic and parasympathetic we're opening nerves. Let's go down to the sciatic nerve bell four and five, both sides. Let's spread out to Prudential nervous, two through five, also stomach 30 liver, 12 spleen, 12 back and front. So nerves into the pelvic bowl. Also again, we said, sciatic goes down the legs. Let's take us to the GB Meridian down to GB 34 GB 39, go down to BL 54 behind the knees, down to the ankles again.
Speaker 0 00:17:06 So we're pulling all the energy to the feet. We're bringing it down the front of the body. We're opening up again from the chest all the way down. We're bringing it up from the feet back to S T 36 recharge the batteries recharged the cells fill up the lower dantien CD four and six. So we're charging the system, storing it in the lower down tans. We have a bummed in energy supply. There are self healing and for just a general energy flow to the feet out, the souls liver three kidney one. So sinus eyes, ears, mouth, and throat all go together for me. Um, again, we all have a way of doing so. Um, I was really running God an hour and 15, an hour and 20 an hour and a half. Um,
Speaker 3 00:18:05 Treating everybody, treating things okay.
Speaker 0 00:18:07 Over and over. Um, Tom has always been into us being prompt, even though he doesn't see too much, if we're not, um, he will, if we're before him and he notices. Um, but anyways, um, so this was kind of my attempt to bring it down, reel it in and get it to a place where everybody got taken care of, where I was taken care of and that I was done in the hour that I should be done or close to it. Maybe an hour and five. Um, everybody gets really thoroughly treated. And then the people that like Tom, he has this couple groups a week that are really focused on the cancer group where we're all welcomed. So everybody's welcome to be there. Um, but those groups are really, the focus is on that community who need a little bit of extra work. So that's kind of what happens here. Cause we do everybody. We can't really everything. If I see something that we really didn't hit, I'll do it. Um, but really we get it all. So, um, after that, we'll treat again, things like the CLL, the breast cancer and the lung cancer.

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Speaker 0 00:00:00 Yeah. Um, someone says we have, we'll start from as soon as I see that we have. Speaker 1 00:00:15 Okay. Speaker 0 00:00:17 Yeah. Okay. Let's see. We're up. Very good. Thanks. See, clicked it on mine too. Okay. So we're going to start with emotions, which is where we always start. Um, goodness, I dunno if I put the top of the list on my list yet or not? I did. Okay. So we're going to start with emotions. I have most of the requests starting with Yon. Speaker 1 00:00:43 Okay. Speaker 0 00:00:45 30 yesterday afternoon. So anyways, we will run through, um, general treatments that covered pretty much everything. And then we will treat the cancer, um, the different cancers individually and, um, as well as doing treatment for the, um, Parkinson's ALS ms. Kind of stuff specifically. So anyways, um, and I looked through the list, but honestly we pretty much cover everything, um, as we go along. Speaker 1 00:01:19 So, Speaker 0 00:01:22 Um, worry about that as much anymore as I used to worry anyways, I'm just gonna move this clip a little bit. So I don't have quite so much cloth hanging off my arm. Okay. Here we go. So emotions you like to work on relaxation or everybody junk on my desk, overly relaxing. Um, okay. So Tom's been doing a lot of trauma work lately. So first I'm going to go to see, to see to both sides opens our motor cortex, opens us up to receive the energy from the universe. Um, GB 13, 14, right side and lap, the right. We work with relaxation, peace of mind. We slow the brainwaves. It's a form of brainwave entrainment. We also work left side from memory focus, cognitive anti aging, things like add ADHD. Alzheimer's dementia, brain fog from chemo. Um, brain fog from, um, hormone treatments is another one. Speaker 1 00:02:44 So Speaker 0 00:02:48 Just left my brain as I work on memory. Um, I actually called double point sometimes or front and back because I'm using my hands instead of the doll, which it possible to do things I can't really do with my hammer. So anyways, then really it's about my wrists. I'm still healing soft tissue. It takes a while, especially when you go use it a lot. So anyways, work that relaxation will take it to GV 22, which I always called the PTSD point. And again, Tom's now doing a lot of work with trauma. So we are working with other points as well. So GV 22 works on the hypothalamus and pituitary fight or flight and survival instincts, neurotransmitters and brain chemistry. Um, some of the brain chemistry is hormone based. Some of it's neurotransmitter, um, based so many ways. We want to open that up, take it to the insular cortex. Speaker 0 00:03:55 So we are stimulating creative mind, integrating mind, body spirit, harmonizing clears away, deep seated fears, phobias compulsive tendencies, back to the left side, frontal lobe also open up the speech center while we're on the left side of the brain. So let's send that to Ana, um, speech broker warn a gate left frontal the left motor, the left temporal open up, um, you know, Tang, emotional balance, intuitive guidance works on the pineal gland. So good for sleep for melatonin production. Um, Tom uses this for the olfactory nerve. So anyways, he in Tang, Ty yang, B L six, we're opening the olfactory doing those trauma points, opening TW 20 GB pate open beyond nine GB 17. We want to open up the hippocampus. Our memories are the hippocampus and the, um, all factory triggers, the deepest oldest kind of memories. And again, is connected to our sense of smell, which is deeply again, related to trauma can be a really, um, big trigger for trauma. So we're opening that all up. We're bringing it to the FCMS. Let's open the circulation up to the brain, relaxing neck, shoulders, jar, and upper back. So take it from subclavian arteries, which come from the aortic arch and comes from the heart. Subclavians into the carotids, internal external, and give your key pearls basil or the brain STEM. Again, again, we have dopamine production there as, as other cardiac respiratory, um, regulation. We are opening Speaker 1 00:06:06 Okay Speaker 0 00:06:06 Through the neck, the shoulders also, as we relax the neck and the shoulders, it opens our circulation by all electrical flow and our nerve function. So we're relaxing. Clearing the tension, washing it from the chest to the feet, kicked me 27 to one. So we take it all the way down the kidney Meridian out through the soles of the feet. When we strengthen balance support, we also open up as we bring it down and moons through the chest. We open the respiratory cardiac through the digestive system, into the janitor urinary area all the way down the legs, back into the feet and ground out through the soles kidney one to the earth, like the roots of a tree ground net suite do metabolism, hormones, deep sleep. We do the emotions one more time before we start all the cancer treatments. So we do that twice. Actually the second time I say less. Um, okay. So let me see, what do I want, I want to look at Tanya and station for a second. Okay. Let's see what else I haven't got. Okay. I think I have two Steffi and as I was grabbing it, I saw Casey popup. Okay, Suzanne, let's see. Speaker 1 00:07:35 Okay. Cheers. Copy. Okay. Um, yeah, no, it is. Speaker 0 00:07:55 And then when I get it on the other page, maybe I can, Speaker 1 00:07:57 You can read it Speaker 0 00:08:01 Stephie. Speaker 0 00:08:05 No capper. Is that Robert from April? I suppose I saw you were on, it's been a while. Okay. Healing. She lymphoma. Okay. We do. Um, we do lymphoma for Jean too. So that was already on the board for the treatment at the end. But now we have you there too. Okay. Um, short and sweet really does it for me. I use my hand a lot and quite honestly, you know, people don't like to hear it, but if the requests get really long, I just kind of, um, dance right past them because they can't, I can't take it all in anyways. You benefit by keeping it short and sweet also. Um, See, I'm just making sure there's nothing else I need to really attend to. Speaker 0 00:09:17 Thank you. Writing some words so I can maybe look at your request after. Okay. Beverly Good morning, Suzanne. Okay. I got everybody. Very good. Um, so we're doing metabolism, hormone, steep sleep next. And again, we'll go through, um, a lot of general treatments. Yup. Happy mama. Good morning. Um, I have yarns perfect blood at the top of the list. So we'll do you with that when we get there. Okay. Metabolism open up behind the ears. Triple warmer. 16, 17. He talks is everybody's system cleans outside effects of chemo, which we'll do tomorrow. Um, when we're doing the cancer treatments. So clean up the metabolism, revving up for healthy balance cell growth. We want to clean out any unhealthy cells, replace some with healthy new growth. We bounced the growth hormone that she be 22 GB, 23 caliber race open up, um, BR six opens. Endocrine can play a part in sleep is also our mirror neuron point, which explains the collective really open up, back into the brain STEM, circadian rhythms, along the brain STEM also things like sleep apnea. We work on, um, the respiratory there regulates the breath, regulates the heart. Also let's open up the occipital Ridge open straps and the thoracic spine. Let's open up GB 12 whole neck and shoulders. <inaudible> Speaker 0 00:11:09 the long thoracic nerve to the guy for him, but also see six, seven is thyroid parathyroid. So hormones take T one, two, three, four, seven, kidney 27, 26, 25, 24, 21 auto immune issues like Hashimoto's affecting thyroid. So we cleared the, we strengthen the immune also helps with virus prevention works on anything inflammatory and itis. Take that back to see six, seven S T nine, 10 thyroid parathyroid. Again, specific to the Hashimoto's or graves' is the other way the other direction up down. Um, we want to balance is really what we're looking for when we work these, um, hormone based organs, we can take it to T for kidney 24 for breast, take it to T seven, bring that blood supply down T a kidney 20 stomach, 21 on the front opens pancreas, which is endocrine an X Uprint open the adrenals at L one kidney 16. Let's open up the, um, stomach 25 to 30 pudendal nerve opens pelvic bowl. Pelvic organs are generally endocrine, not the digestive, but the, um, male, female organs are endocrine. So open the lumbar spine and get all of those organs. So things like prostate ovaries, uterus, cervix, endometrium, you guys get the picture, Speaker 2 00:12:49 Right? We're opening it up. Speaker 0 00:12:51 We're opening Prudential back and front back as S two, three, four, five, um, also T seven is night issues. So we got that again for the deep sleep. The adrenals can affect our sleep, our stress hormones, our cortisol levels, take it down the front, bring it all the way down. Take it from the chest to the feet where we ground again for sleep for peace of mind, right out through the soles liver three kidney one, I think I said put down the lint pelvic floor organs, and also it did. And it will again, um, brain circulation, nerves and abundant energy is next. So let's do 10 dong and sky with no open up these SCMS. So TN knowing SCM sky window is part of the FCMS S I 16, 17. Again, specific to carotids. We open the internals, the externals open back to the vertebrals basil or into the bank, brainstem basil ganglia again for the dopamine, for the Parkinsonian symptoms. Speaker 0 00:14:05 So we're opening also our nerve pathways on the brain STEM, but we're going to get them on the way back from the top of the head back. So let's take it back in, open the neck and the shoulders let's open. The neocortex loop gets the facial nerves, GB six back to 12. Let's open again, triple warmer's up to GB, 22 regeneration and the growth hormone, the endorphins for any discomfort and pain. We want to stimulate endorphins. They know where to go. We want to open the motors, these association and sensory cortex's of top of the head. We're opening up GV 21, 2019. <inaudible> Speaker 0 00:14:53 we're taking it again, back into the brain STEM. So those are the nerve pathways. Um, again, the neuro-transmitters as well. We, um, produce some on the brain STEM. We produce some in the pituitary. We regulate some from the hypothalamus. So we just got that all across top of the head, back through the brain STEM, we can open the occipital Ridge, opens up the traps and the thoracic spine. So it was going to be opening up spinal nerves in those areas. We can take it to GB 12, which opens C one to seven facial arteries around to the front of the face area. Also into the throat. Take it to the spinal artery from <inaudible>. So GB 12, C one to seven, where you open the brachial plexus on the bottom of that C five, six, seven. We take that, um, down through thoracics T one through 1201 through five S one through five and the coccsyx. Speaker 0 00:15:58 So we opened the spinal nerves. Actually. I don't know that there's a nerve at the coccsyx. I'll have to look that one up. Um, so see, five, six, seven is brachial plexus, and the subclavians on the front. Let's bring this down. The arms nerves down through the shoulders, elbows wrists down to the hands fingers, both sides. T one two three, four seven, kidney 27, 26, 25, 24, 21 opening up to clear inflammation, both sympathetic and parasympathetic we're opening nerves. Let's go down to the sciatic nerve bell four and five, both sides. Let's spread out to Prudential nervous, two through five, also stomach 30 liver, 12 spleen, 12 back and front. So nerves into the pelvic bowl. Also again, we said, sciatic goes down the legs. Let's take us to the GB Meridian down to GB 34 GB 39, go down to BL 54 behind the knees, down to the ankles again. Speaker 0 00:17:06 So we're pulling all the energy to the feet. We're bringing it down the front of the body. We're opening up again from the chest all the way down. We're bringing it up from the feet back to S T 36 recharge the batteries recharged the cells fill up the lower dantien CD four and six. So we're charging the system, storing it in the lower down tans. We have a bummed in energy supply. There are self healing and for just a general energy flow to the feet out, the souls liver three kidney one. So sinus eyes, ears, mouth, and throat all go together for me. Um, again, we all have a way of doing so. Um, I was really running God an hour and 15, an hour and 20 an hour and a half. Um, Speaker 3 00:18:05 Treating everybody, treating things okay. Speaker 0 00:18:07 Over and over. Um, Tom has always been into us being prompt, even though he doesn't see too much, if we're not, um, he will, if we're before him and he notices. Um, but anyways, um, so this was kind of my attempt to bring it down, reel it in and get it to a place where everybody got taken care of, where I was taken care of and that I was done in the hour that I should be done or close to it. Maybe an hour and five. Um, everybody gets really thoroughly treated. And then the people that like Tom, he has this couple groups a week that are really focused on the cancer group where we're all welcomed. So everybody's welcome to be there. Um, but those groups are really, the focus is on that community who need a little bit of extra work. So that's kind of what happens here. Cause we do everybody. We can't really everything. If I see something that we really didn't hit, I'll do it. Um, but really we get it all. So, um, after that, we'll treat again, things like the CLL, the breast cancer and the lung cancer.

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