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About Axel Ebert
My BodyTalk Story

About Axel Ebert

I was born in Koenigs Wusterhausen near Berlin. I am my parents only child. Grown up under the care of a communist system I quite early came in touch with the facets of a powerful controlling system, the feeling of not being free, warmth and security due to subordination, analytical skills, character study, and friendship. I was always interested in the ancient knowledge of China, later also of Japan and India, and I would have loved to study Sinology and traditional Chinese medicine.

In reality I became a mechanical engineer, specialized in turbo machines. This has brought a highly creative, analytical and communicative activity with good income after the fall of the Berlin wall. For a German and a Swiss power generation company I visited power stations all over the world, to run guarantee performance tests. A nice lesson from this job was to see that with openness and trust, there would always be a friendly relation possible, and that happiness does depend neither on property nor on health. Happiness is just a state, and one simply has to choose if he wants to be in it.

There are three havens which are important to me. First of all it is Weisswasser, the city where I spent my childhood. When I question my nature I like to mind-travel to situations in this time. Next there is Moscow, the city where I have started my engineering degree in 1987, meeting a new art of thinking and analysis. Even today my technical approach may strike odd to friends and colleagues in the West. Finally there is Bangalore in India, where a visit to the palm leaf library has caused quite a stir in my philosophy of life. Independent from the belief in Karma or destiny I have found a place of inspiration, able to unveil new paths. The palm leafs I consider rather handy comments than prophecy. Bangalore certainly is the cradle of my spiritual growth.

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My BodyTalk Story

I came to BodyTalk in 2005. I was 40 years old and wanted to meet my Reiki grandfather John Veltheim, who happened to give a presentation in Germany. To me it did not matter, that the subject was different from Reiki. In this presentation I recalled a childhood dream, when I was fascinated by acupuncture, and after the presentation I asked John, if he would recommend to study this subject (John did practice acupuncture for many years). John suggested BodyTalk instead, because it uses acupuncture elements, moreover is more adaptable to individual bodyminds, and easy to learn. That went straight into my heart.

I completed BodyTalk modules 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9 and PaRama College Unit 1 and 2. Since 2009 I am a certified Bodytalk practitioner (CBP).

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Modules 1 & 2 - November 2005

With just modules 1 & 2 many powerful treatment techniques may address a wide variety of disorders.

  • General treatments including overall breathing patterns, left/right brain and body co-ordination, energy blockages associated with birthplace or imbalances with the local environment, energy faults within the main brain cortexes, general and localized hydration, and health problems associated with internal and external scarring.
  • Specific balancing of the twelve major body organs, eight endocrine systems, and other non-specific body parts.
  • Clearing the body of viruses, infections, parasites, food intolerances, environmental allergies, and accumulated toxins.
  • Clearing past and present emotional blockages including specific phobias and fears. These treatments have been very effective in correcting a number of psychological disorders.
  • Treating the 36 surface energy points that often impact a person's energy level, mood, overall structural integrity, muscle tension, and digestive system. Surface energy imbalances can also cause pain in specific parts of the body.
  • Cleansing the lymphatic system including all the body lymph glands and the lymph ducts.
  • Treating energy blockages associated with the nervous and circulatory systems.
  • Balancing the various energy systems within the body including the traditional acupuncture meridians and the Chakras.
  • Restoring energy imbalances between the client and certain aspects of the environment.
  • Specific balancing of brain function and improvement of the circulation of nerves and blood to, or within, specific areas of the body.
  • Correction of hereditary and/or environmentally influenced cell disorders. Repairing damage from vaccines.

Module 3 - March 2007

  • Links as/ to parcels and packages, subsessions, parallel sessions and satellites.
  • 5 senses: Balancing the physical and subtle 5 senses within the BodyTalk System.
  • Basic Consciousness: The basic approach to consciousness work within the BodyTalk protocol. This enables the BodyTalk Practitioner to address the beliefs, attitudes, and states of awareness of the client in a simple, non-invasive way under the direction the client's own innate wisdom. It integrates with every aspect of the BodyTalk protocol supplying definitions of links that will greatly enhance healing at all levels.
  • Advanced consciousness: This includes the philosophy and understanding of such concepts as Space/time; Guilt; Separation: Individuation; the True nature: the 'essential' nature; masks; and habitual thinking patterns, as they relate to the unfolding personal and spiritual growth of the client and practitioner. Practical use of this knowledge enables the practitioner to balance the right/left brain complex and assist the client towards recognition of their natural state of inner peace and harmony.

Module 4 (7) - April 2007

  • 5 elements: A more detailed study of the 5 elements.
  • The role of the kidneys in the Yin/Yang balance of the body and how they relate to the sensuality/sexuality equation.
  • Wei Qi (protective energy): A detailed examination of the role of Wei Qi and the practical ways to balance its functions.
  • Breathing cycle: A study of all the aspects of the breathing cycle and its ramifications throughout the body.
  • The Diaphragm: The role of the diaphragm in the processing and distribution of pathological emotions and thoughts. A specific technique to release the diaphragm and improve its function.
  • Nature of Emotions: A study of the role of emotions within the bodymind complex and new techniques in harmonizing the emotions.
  • Body Vivaxis: A specific technique to re-orientate organs, endocrines, and body parts to the whole bodymind complex.
  • Muscle relationships: a detailed study of the emotional and psychological relationships of all the major muscles and joints of the body.
  • Sports injuries: Specific guidelines in using BodyTalk to address acute and chronic sports injuries.
  • Sports performance: Using an agenda to specifically prepare a sportsperson for maximum performance in specific events.
  • Managing chronic arthritis and chronic pain
  • Adhesions and improvement of range of motion
  • Posture correction
  • Specific spinal balancing
  • Reciprocals - in detail

Module 6 - December 2007

The macrocosmic view of the function of the bodymind complex

  • 21 Sub-Chakras: The function of the 21 sub-chakras that are spread throughout the body and the technique for balancing them.
  • 8th Chakra: The use of the 8th Chakra to address: cultural influences, hereditary influences, ancestral influences, deep seated habits and trends.
  • Planetary Influences and the link to the Chinese clock: the planets, the houses

Module 9 - March 2008

  • Dissolution of the primary and secondary personality matrixes of the bodymind.
  • Complex matrixes (specific groups and family)

These Matrixes are collective personality masks that profoundly affect the health of the client.

PaRama College Unit 1 Live - May 2007

  • Levels of Consciousness
  • The Quadriune Brain
  • The Gunas
  • The Brain - a detailed description of all major parts from the perspective of Sattva (consciousness) and Rajas (physiology)
  • The Thalamus
  • Strategies (Environment; Gunas; Consciousness)
  • Networks; Matrixes; Five senses; Five elements
  • Quantum mechanics; Kundalini; Repair systems)
  • Categories: Gunas; Mind Level; Brain Function; Context
  • Variables: Time - fixed, variable, recursive; Scope/parameters; Dimensions - 3D, time/space; Time Function - expansion/contraction
  • Satellites: Fixed; Roving; Alternative; Resource
  • Circulation and Rehab plugins, Defrag

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PaRama College Unit 1 Practical - April 2008

  • Elaboration on many of the principles and their practical use
  • Extensive practical demonstrations
  • CDRRII Plug In: Circulation - Differentiate (Defrag, Fragment) - Reevaluate - Recontextualize - Integrate - Introspection/Heart complex
  • Balancing the Amygdala Complex

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PaRama College Unit 2 Live - July 2008

  • Further deepening Circulation Plug In und CDRII Plug In
  • The Amygdala Complex (Connecting pathways, Alarmsystem of the body, pleasure center, Behavioral Approach System BAS and Behavioral Inhibition System BIS
  • Dynamic interactive formulae DIF: Search and Retrieve SR, Interactive Corrections, Optimization of Immune System
  • Karmic Transmutation and Energy Blueprint
  • Energy Medicine: the field of the heart, Cytoskeleton, extracellular Matrix (connective tissue), liquid crystallinity
  • Tensegrity Matrix: A tensegrity system is defined by a continuous tensional network (tendons) supported by a discontinuous set of compressive elements (struts). Vertebral body and knee as Tensegrity Matrix
  • M-Theory and the 11 Dimensions, the sattvic blueprint, zero point field, universal consciousness, introduction into the Mandala as access tool

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PaRama College Unit 2 Practical - November 2009

  • Consciousness based health care
  • Epigenetics
  • Elaboration on many of the principles and their practical use
  • Practical demonstrations

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Exam - Certified Bodytalk Practitioner - November 2009

  • Theory Module 1 und 2
  • Practical demonstration Module 1 und 2

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