Theta Healing and More
With Lynda Abbaraxus
361-929-5047
dothetanow@gmail.com
Corpus Christi, TX 78411



Questions and Answers
What are chakras?

The body has 7 major energy centers and 20,000 minor ones, known as chakras.  We can not see them with our physical eyes. They present themselves as funnel shaped vortexes of energy.  The 7 major chakras lie along the spine.  Each of them has a color and vibratory frequency associated  with it.  Our chakras may be either open or closed at any given time, depending on our well-being. Chakra imbalances may negatively effect our physical or emotional bodies.  A constant balance between the chakras promotes health and a sense of well-being.


What is Long Distance Healing?
We are all connected by an energy force and can tap into this life force energy to enhance our well-being. This life force energy is known by many names…such as Chi, Ki, Prana, Source, etc. Through the practitioner’s desire and intention, this Universal energy can be sent to any subject (person, plant, situation, animal). This energy work simultaneously at the physical, emotional, spiritual and mental levels. It tends to go where the need is greatest and may not always be reflected in the physical body.  


Where Do Our Beliefs Come From?
Our beliefs originate from childhood or other important times of our lives and become the perspective through which we view ourselves, others and the environment. Unfortunately, many of our beliefs are based on inaccurate, exaggerated, or dysfunctional information given to us by society, religion, or by those we trusted to advise us about life.

Why Are Our Subconscious Beliefs So Important?
Our subconscious is responsible for approximately 90% of our thoughts. Our thoughts work much like computer software, creating what they have been programmed. This is fine, as long as a belief promotes us in a healthy way. When we aren’t getting the results we want, that means that there’s an unconscious conflicting belief at work. 

How Does a Belief Get Downloaded into the Subconscious?
To illustrate how a belief gets downloaded, let’s use the following example. Let’s take a look at disappointment. Fear of disappointment can stop you from moving forward, taking chances, initiating new relationships, asking for a raise, going to parties, starting a new business, etc.

Fear of disappointment is a LEARNED behavior or response, one modeled for us by well-meaning care givers who were doing the best they could at the time. As small children, when we asked for something we wanted and were told no, it hurt! The upset parent, perhaps not knowing how to soothe and comfort their hurt, frustrated and crying child, may have responded with comments like:

“Big boys, don’t cry!”
“Stop whining, or I’ll really give you something to whine about!”
“You are an ungrateful, spoiled brat!”
“You can’t always have what you want!”
“Life’s unfair…so get use to it!”

None of these answers make a child feel any better, nor provide the tools on how to resolve disappointment. These unprocessed feelings of disappointment get downloaded into the subconscious as a belief. A few of these beliefs might be, “It’s not safe to show frustration”, or “Nothing I do is good enough”. Our beliefs create our life.

How Many Sessions Do I need?
Much work can be accomplished during an energy session. Many people experience a shift after only one session. However, the number of sessions required to accomplish what you desire, depend on the complexity of the negative subconscious beliefs attached to your issue. Hence, the number of sessions required, varies from person to person.

How Do I Muscle Test Myself?
Please make sure that you are fully hydrated before muscle testing yourself to ensure accurate results. Excessive stress can also make muscle testing more difficult, as can being too much in “your head”.  

There are many ways to self-test to get answers. Below are two easy ways to self-test. 






















"O" or ring finger tech

In this self testing technique, touch the tips of the thumb and the pinky finger of one hand making an "O" shape. If you prefer, you can use your thumb and middle fingers to make the “O” shape, or your thumb and index finger. However, some feel that using the index finger is too strong and may influence the results. Use which pair of fingers on one hand that feels most comfortable for you.

Make the same “O” shape, using the same two fingers, on your other hand.  Link the two "O" shapes together, like two links of a chain.

Establish a baseline for a weak and strong response by asking a "yes" and "no" question.  Say something or think something true, such as “My name is (give your name).” Now, pull the interlaced rings as if you are trying to separate the links. Most likely, you will find that they do not feel as if they want to separate. This is what a strong response feels like. This is how your “yes” will feel when asking a question.

Now, say something that is untrue, such as “My name is (give a false name).” Now, pull the interlaced fingers in the same manner as before. Most likely, you will find that one of the rings opens. This is what a weak response feels like. This is how your “no” will feel when asking a question.




















Sway Test Technique

In this self testing technique, stand facing North. Your feet need to be flat on the floor, straight ahead, and shoulder width apart. If you have difficulty standing you may do this seated in a chair, with your back as straight as possible. Your hands should be comfortably by your side.

Establish a baseline for a weak and strong response by asking or thinking a “yes” or “no” statement. For instance, think or say, “I am a (fill in the blank with your gender)”. You should gently feel your body sway forward confirming your stated gender. This movement forward is confirming the truth of your statement and this is how your “yes” feels.

Repeat the process by stating or thinking, “I am a (fill in the blank with the wrong gender)”.  You will then feel your body repelled gently backwards. This backward movement is validating that your body is not in resonance with your statement and this is how your “no” feels.