Many people ask “What is Access Bars?” and answering that question can be challenging…..Access Bars is a gentle yet effective, hands on head body processes that can create change in the recipient that goes beyond Mindfulness, Beyond Healing and allows Stress to Melt away.
It’s weird, it’s wonderful and can be difficult to put into words!
So what is Access Bars? Everyone experiences something different and each time you have your Bars run can be a different experience again.
My first time of having my Bars run, I had no idea what they were!
I was at a conference in the city of Chicago USA and hanging out with a fun group of Americans. One evening the suggestion was:
“Let’s all go out for dinner and then run some Bars”
Being a Brit and brought up with the English Pub culture where pub crawls are familiar…. I thought it was just the American way of saying we’d be eating out for dinner, then going on a pub crawl!
…But what is Access Bars?
Did you know there are 32 points on your head which, when gently touched, effortlessly and easily release anything that doesn’t allow you to receive? These points contain all the thoughts, ideas, beliefs, emotions and considerations that you have stored in any lifetime. This is an opportunity for you to let go of everything!
That’s one description of what Access Bars are. It’s a nurturing, relaxing experience and can create change in any area of your life.
Access Bars (often simply called “The Bars”) is a dynamic hands on process.
It involves a practitioner gently touching various points on someone’s head. That’s called “running your Bars”. It’s done fully clothed and during a “Bars” session which usually takes about an hour, you are free to talk, snore, cry or laugh.
One of the side effects many people find after getting their Bars run is more JOYfulness.
But I’m sure nobody wants that.
Here’s a short video about Access Bars:
What if you could Clear out all the clutter from your mind and relax into a space so nurturing that all stress and tension melts away?
That’s what Access Bars are to me. Clearing the mental clutter.
When you have your Bars run, it’s a way of dissipating all the “Gunk” that’s built up and got stuck anywhere in you physically, emotionally and beyond. Letting go of layers and layers of stuff that no longer serves you.
Quietening the monkey mind, dissolving the relentless mind chatter and creating a space of peace that’s deeply nurturing and expansive.
The action of running Bars creates space.
Space of clarity. Space to choose more of you.
It’s a powerful process and yet very gentle. So gentle that it’s wonderful as a treatment for children. In fact, children are welcomed in Access Bars Classes and under 16yr olds can attend an Access Bars class for free and qualify as an Access Bars practitioner.
There’s a wonderful account on the Access Consciousness Blog about an Access Bars Facilitator who took the one day practitioner class to a school in India. You can read more about it here.
Created and developed by Gary Douglas and Dr Dain Heer, there are many accounts of how The Bars has changed lives around the world and a recent scientific study shows remarkable results:
The Effects of Access Bars on Depression & Anxiety
In fact, it was through being in a state of such deep depression that Dr Dain Heer was considering suicide when he first discovered The Bars. This video Gary and Dain share Dain’s story in a video that they made to share the Bars with people around the world on Suicide Awareness day here:
When people ask “What is Access Bars?”, you could say that The Bars begins the process of being able to receive.
When receiving a Bars Session, you can be sitting or lying down and it’s your opportunity to really melt into this wonderful experience and simply relax and receive.
Gary and Dain have a podcast radio show where they offer verbal processes and take live questions on a weekly basis. In this episode, the very first recording of their show, they talk about the beginning of Access Consciousness and Access Bars.
People often ask where Access Bars comes from. They first came into the world in the 1990s and there’s more about the very beginnings in this blog post HERE
When people ask “What is Access Bars and what can it do for me?” there are so many different areas that Access Bars can create change, including reducing pain in the body, changing things that were previously considered to be unchangeable.
Bizarrely, One way to explain it is by asking questions…
Do you remember the last moment in your life when you were totally relaxed and nurtured and cared for?
Or has it been a little too long since you received healing and kindness without any judgment of your body or your being?
These questions give you a sense of the energy, space and consciousness that’s available to you when you have your Bars run.
Access Consciousness have a powerful selection of tools of which, The Bars is the core and others include:
And NO JUDGEMENT.
What would it be like if you could just lay there… and let someone else do all the work?
Thousands of people have used Access Bars to change many aspects of their body and their life, including sleep, health and weight, money, sex and relationships, anxiety, stress and so much more.
At worst you will feel like you have just had a phenomenal massage. At best your whole life can change into something greater with total ease.
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What is Access Bars and Does it help with Stress in the workplace?
As there is no special equipment or environment needed, many staff, employees and employers have found Access Bars to be of great contribution to the work place for:
Increasing Productivity and general enthusiasm,
Creativity with projects,
And improving team work just to name a few things.
If you would like to discover more or chat about Access Bars, you can book yourself in for a free call with Niki HERE
If you would like to invite me (or another Access Bars Practitioner anywhere in the world) to your workplace for a FREE day of Access Bars taster treatments, email your workplace request HERE including your workplace country and location.
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