Disease Topic: Brain Aneurism

Aneurysm of the basilar artery, and the vertebral arteries. Source: Wikipedia

Aneurysm of the basilar artery, and the vertebral arteries.
Source: Wikipedia


An intracranial aneurysm (also called cerebral or brain aneurysm) is a cerebrovascular disorder in which weakness in the wall of a cerebral artery or vein causes a localized dilation or ballooning of the blood vessel.
~Wikipedia

This is all to do with issues relating to the cerebral arteries or veins.

It relates to the sympathetic stage of a disease which is Stage 2 (of 6) in the ACE Disease process.

The vein or artery becomes thinner at this time. The wall of the vein or artery can bulge, especially during times when the blood is under extreme pressure.

This happens because the person feels a deep intellectual lack of strength.

They feel inferior mentally to others.

When working with ACE, I would go to place where the aneurism is and clear the trapped energy of feelings of not being good enough intellectually.


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Richard Flook is an expert on stress and disease with a focus in Alternative and Integrative Health with an extensive background in Integrative Health Coaching, Energy Therapies, EFT, NLP, Timeline Therapy, and Hypnotherapy. His extensive work within these fields includes training 1000's of top blue chip company/corporation executives, medical and alternative practititoners. He is also a highly sought after speaker and health coach. His 20+ years of research and advancements in these fields lead him to discovering the strategies he calls "Advanced Clearing Energetics"(ACE). These strategies help uncover the root stress of an illness and assist the client to clear out the energy behind those stressors and rapidly increase the healing process. ACE can be used with any medical or alternative modality. His Revised book, "Why Am I Sick - What's really wrong and how you can solve it using Advanced Clearing Energetics" was released through Hay House Publishing in July 2013 and he is currently working on his 3rd book.

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