Recently there have been a whole bunch of ads on for this Bracelet that is out called' Renew ' it guarantees, energy and health, now obviously that is a big statement that I doubt,,out of interest what do you folks think ,is there any truth in this, or is it simply money making quackery .We have always had the copper bracelets that many wear ,this seems to be something differant ...
Wow, these people are good! Claim to have a medical doctor and quantum physicists involved! Have Google search gamed already -- every item but one on the first three pages are the official website. Have a TV commercial! All for what is apparently a plastic and metal bracelet, but you can't tell because the website ain't tellin' what it's actually made of. This is like the opposite of our conspiracy theory politics of today -- complete acceptance health! Claim is, it maintains the integrity of your biofield. Now, we all do have an electrical field around us, every living thing does, and it's been photographed by Kirlian photography for decades. There are people who claim to be able to see this field and irregularities in it -- I actually saw one several years ago for my anxiety attacks, he couldn't remove the irregularities in my field, and, miracle of miracles, he gave me my money back because he couldn't help me. He was Polish, and had this ability from youth, and was brought to the US by an integrated health organization. But there are these odd healers here and there. But how could a bracelet do this? It would have to be able to ascertain your energy field, see where the irregularities are, repair them. A static bracelet? I think it's like a pet rock or Glenn Beck or the Wizard of Oz -- if you say something enough times or just believe it's true, then for you it is. So if you close your eyes and believe really hard, I bet it'll make you feel better than you do now. After all, placebo is the safest medicine.
My son has always been able to see these fields, which are normally called auras. He can see disturbances in the aura and colors that define spirit, mood, illness, etc. But that is all. He is not a healer in any sense of the word. But don't try lying to him. He will catch you out.
Hey, you never know. I think that's how it started for this Polish fellow, who became quite famous in Poland before he was brought to the US to share what he had to share. He had to learn how to manipulate what he called, if I remember correctly, gray spots in the aura, or something like that. He was very humble, though -- didn't claim to be a miracle worker or know why he saw what he saw. Maybe your son can learn; some people do have gifts.
I agree but they are spending so much money advertising this they must have tons of buyers, thanks wanted your input ,many folks do believe in this kind of thing I have seen a lot of folks wearing those copper bangles. Hey Pax watch what you say about my hero Glenn, much of his input is already happening to America , eyes wide open ....LOl
I think there's actually some science behind the copper -- don't know anyone it did anything for, but golfers do swear by them. Copper does have immune system properties and such. But this thing is way out there. I never know if you're serious about Beck or not -- but there's no doubt he's one the most successful hucksters in American history.
Well I am going to give their bracelet a miss and stick to my supplements that work ,I didnt think there was much to it, but they have sure plugged it a lot ,the ads alone must have cost them ...Shame if you guys had thought they were good I was going to hang one off each ear, one on each foot, one on each arm and even have one through my nose .....maybe I would be the healthiest woman alive by their standards LOL
My son has spoken of dull red clumps showing illness. He watched a talented musician improvising and said that streaks of purple were shooting off him. I very fine doctor that we know (one that is truly devoted) has a wide green aura (green is the color of the healer). I was giving a presentation once and he said my aura turned lively, but I don't remember the color. A sickish greenish yellow is the color of deceit. I think the gray you mention is a lack of vitality.
But, no, my son can see no use for his ability. In fact, he is now purposely repressing it.
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