Subtle physical disorders

Some physical disorders are difficult to correct using medications. Examples may include:
• migraines
• dizziness
• loss of one’s voice
• fibromyalgia
• general fatigue with no known cause
• circulatory problems

Disorders that are hard to heal using medicine could be caused by malformations in the energy field. Constrictions of the field impede the circulation of energy, which results in a feeling of malaise and tiredness. Restoring the natural size of the field allows the energy to circulate again, which can reduce disorders.

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