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So you'd like to correct your assemblage point

Updated on March 28, 2014


Written by Dr. Jon Whale:

Locating and experiencing our Assemblage Point gives us personal proof that in addition to our physical body, we all have an energy body. Working with the energy body is not a trivial affair. The Assemblage Point, in particular is particularly personal, directly connected to the "life force" of the individual. The Assemblage Point is not part of the physical body.

Although it has serious beneficial medical applications, like the acupuncture meridians, chakras and nadis, it is an integral component, the epicentre of the energy body that saturates the physical body and is almost entirely a spiritual matter. At the same time, it should be understood that the Assemblage Point, acupuncture meridians, chakras and nadis have little place in the treatment of notifiable contagious disease such as tuberculosis, AIDS, syphilis, gonorrhoea, parasite infestations, etc.

The Assemblage Point is a cluster of strong energy lines or strings. Close to the body they have an average diameter of about 1.0 centimetre or less. These lines pass through the chest and out of the back not unlike the Earth's magnetic north and south pole. There is an energy "potential" both along the length of the lines and across their diameter. The energy potential is strongest close to the body where the lines are concentrated.

Further away from the body the energy lines diverge or spread out and the energy potential spreads with them. Where the cluster of lines enter the physical body, they induce a tender or very sensitive area of skin when pressed or touched. This area has only a diameter of about 0.5 to 1.0 centimetres. This tenderness can be quite uncomfortable and can penetrate through to the back. For a healthy person, infrared digital thermometers and infrared image scanners will show a slightly lower reading of approximately 0.2 degrees centigrade at the precise location where it enters the chest compared to the immediate surrounding skin.

Where to Look for the Assemblage Point

The location of a woman's Assemblage Point is generally, but not always, several centimetres higher than that of a man (Figure 4.2.). Broadly speaking, a woman's vibrational rate, her behaviour, the way she feels and her view of the world are quite different to a man's. Therefore, female and male locations tend to be different. Finding the precise location and entry angle of the average, healthy, balanced person is a very quick and simple affair.

Patients with a bright and energetic disposition (a high vibrational rate) will have a high location and elevated entry angle. Depressed and lethargic patients, such as those suffering from M.E., post-natal or clinical depression, will have a low location and descending entry angle. Finding the location and entry angle for patients with mental or physical health problems can be difficult in the beginning, but gets easier as one gains experience. Often their symptoms, posture, and tone of voice will suggest where to look. The "off centre" map (figure 4.3) gives a general overview of locations for specific physical and psychological symptoms. There are, however, rare exceptions to these

Part II

To learn more about Assemblage Point and how to locate and correct it, get the book NAKED SPIRIT by Dr. Jon Whale


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