Prayer Wheel

Prayer Wheel
  • It''s based upon the concept of harmonizing subtle body energies through the use of computer generated affirmations, prayers and other hololinguistic, energetic modalities. Any similarity of terms describing disease conditions and/or energetic imbalances, is purely coincidental.
  • Energetic prayer and affirmation balancing does not diagnose, treat, prescribe for disease, remove disease, act as a substitute for medical treatment or imply any health or medical benefits.
  • The HEB Program does provide energies that may assist in neutralizing imbalances and stress on all levels of being.
  • It may facilitate experiencing a greater sense of well-being.
  • The HEB Program operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. On a regular basis there will be several hour pauses of the Balancing to allow your body-mind to integrate and make highest use of the balancing feedback.
  • It''s normal on days when you are working on energetic imbalances that you can feel down, tired and energetically drained. During the time between imbalances, you can feel really great. It''s normal to experience the roller coaster of ups and downs on your path to energetic balancing.
  • The ups and downs tend to be most apparent within the first few months. Interestingly, during this time many people have also reported a certain inner stillness, quiet, joy and centeredness. It''s subtle, as all energetic balancing is, but no less real.
  • Your photo represents your energy field.
  • Before taking your photo, remove jewelry and stand in front of a white background with nothing else in the photo.
  • Include a good portion of your body, but it''s actually more valuable to be able to see the face and the eyes clearly.
  • The fact is that even a pinkie--as a fractal of one''s energy field--would actually work.
  • Avoid having other people in the photo.
  • The same is true if you are requesting the HEB Program for your pet.
  • The HEB Program has the unique ability to incorporate your individual affirmations into the process.
  • These statements can be extremely powerful. They may support and strengthen your intent to create maximum benefit by imparting creative energy into the process.
  • After the affirmation has been manifested, you are asked to make contact immediately. That particular affirmation will then be removed from the program.
  • The Universe needs to be respected by keeping your affirmations up-to-date.
  • Examples: My boss is treating me with respect...I am working for myself as...
  • The single most important tool to measure your energetic progress is the Daily Log. It''s a method that will allow you to track how you feel on a day-to-day basis. It''s easy to remember the days when you were feeling below par and forget the days when you were on top of the world.
  • A daily log sheet may be printed and used weekly.
  • The days of the week are along the left margin of the log sheet. Next, you''ll see the "Self Assessment" column--numbers one to ten are listed. On this scale, one represents a "low". The ten represents a "high". and a five would represent an "average" day of actually feeling "balanced".
  • Circle the appropriate number at the end of the day. This scale should represent the overall sense of the day, not just what happened ten minutes prior to filling out the log sheet. The scale should also represent your opinion, not that of your spouse, friends or children--even though feedback is of value. (Others may see the shifts in us before or better than we can ourselves.)
  • The next column is the "Comments" section. Here you may enter a quick narrative about the day. You may enter how you feel physically, emotionally or mentally. This is also a good place to enter what you perceive as "positive" or "negative" events. It may also be interesting to note if what you used to think of as "negative" you now see as "positive".
  • Some examples: If you have been detoxing and experiencing general body aches, you might write, "general body aches". If you have experienced a day of great mental clarity, enter "great mental clarity". It''s also a good place to enter any intuitive experiences you may have had during the day or any vivid or lucid dreams you may have had during the night.
  • Remember, that how you responded to an event is perhaps more important than the event itself. For example, if you have a disagreement with your spouse, your entry may read, "Argument with ___. Didn''t lose my cool this time."
  • Keep in mind, the Daily Log represents a thumbnail sketch of YOU. It''s interesting to ask yourself, "What is the difference?"