Free Access Bars® subtle energy-sessions are available globally as part of the Mental Health Initiative.
We believe it is time to end the stigma around discussing vulnerability and struggling with poor mental health.
Too often, people we meet say they felt “alone” before discovering these tools of change from Access Consciousness.
What are things to look at when one is feeling worthless?
People with a sense of worthlessness feel responsible for taking on the weight of the world. Ask yourself “Who does this belong to?” to any feeling that you might have. It allows you to let go of what you were picking up from others. If it lightens up, it’s not actually yours; you’re perceiving it from someone else. It’s a great tool to get rid of 98 percent of the lack of self-worthiness…
The global pandemic and COVID-19-induced uncertainty have triggered a worldwide mental health crisis.
This is why Access Consciousness have launched Stories of Change to reinforce the message that you are not alone, you matter, and you are, in fact, a gift to the world.
People from around the world are sharing their stories of what they’ve personally changed around depression, anxiety, PTSD, and more.
They discuss the tools they used to move from despair to hope and share how they arrived at a place of self-acceptance.
Welcome to the first interview with Emily Russell and Cara Wright:
Want to create your own story of change?
Dr. Dain Heer, internationally renowned speaker, author, and co-creator of Access Consciousness, explains how Access Bars changed and saved his life:
Soon after setting the date of my suicide, I discovered The Bars.
One session of this simple energy technique allowed me to know that everything was okay, always had been, and always would be. That one tool, one thing – a process that took about an hour – changed the energy of what I knew was possible.
It changed my whole life.
Access Bars has assisted thousands of people in improving many aspects of their bodies and lives, including insomnia, anxiety, depression, stress, panic attacks, PTSD and OCD. The effects of Access Bars® are individual to each person and differ from session to session.
In addition to improved physical health, recipients have reported greater intuitive awareness, gratitude, kindness, more peace and calm, and easier communication. At worst, at the end of a session, people feel like they have just had a pleasant rest; at best, their whole life can change into something greater with total ease.
An Access Bars session usually lasts 60–90 minutes. You can undertake this process as a one-off, monthly, weekly or daily experience.
As part of this global mental health initiative, Access Bars practitioners around the world are sometimes offering free taster sessions of Access Bars.
- If you´d like to learn Access Bars right away, you can do so with Dr. Dain Heer, the co-creator of Access Consciousness. A unique online experience! Learn more >>
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