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Sacred G Micro: Balance your Cell Phone

This is a product that I have been using for my cell phone and devices to offset EMF problems. It’s simple and FREE!


Distance Energy Testing


Summary of Distance Energy Testing

Thank you to those who have used the distance testing and healing program. Your feedback has been supportive, and I am happy to hear that the tests have been helpful in your healing process.I have some stats that I would like to share with you.Below are some stats reflecting the most common findings and recommendations from my tests. Disclaimer: the statistics are from energy testing and their energy result, not a medical diagnosis or medical treatment.
Overall, the most common feedback was that this process helped people be more confident in their ability to heal and it brought calmness to their lives knowing that they had someone to help them with their health, especially during this unsettling time.I have been donating my time by providing distance healing, to do my part in supporting our community that is trying to cope with this pandemic infection, and to help bring calmness.  Today’s meditation brought me two words: compassion and patience. My sense is that when one goes through a challenge or dis-ease in their life one understands how others in a similar situation is feeling and the need(s) that comes from that feeling. Empathy for the suffering.I will continue to provide distance energy testing and donate energy healing to our community until we can all resume our work schedule. If you require energy testing please click below.  Yours in good health, Georgio Trimarchi


Yi Fa Qi Gong

Yi Fa Qi Gong with Swami Anand Nisarg

Yi Fa Qi Gong Workshop Video Pics!

Qi Gong Exercises description

Yi Fa Qi Gong Videos:

Warm up Exercises

Preliminary Exercises 1 , Preliminary Exercises 2

level 1 Earth exercise

Qi Gong Exercises description  (word document for Level 1 Earth Exercise)

Qi Gong is not only a series of gentle movement exercises for physical health, or work with different focus points/energy-centers of the body; it is also an advanced system of meditation designed to elevate your consciousness and help you to, over time, manifest your higher self (called “The Superior Individual”).

Yi Fa Qi gong is a series of exercises and practices, based on the elemental system found in the I Ching, the most ancient of Chinese spiritual texts. In spite of being one of the most advanced and complete systems of Qi Gong, the basic exercises of Yi Fa are very simple and easy to learn. The exercises do not take very long to do and are ideal for the modern world as you can adjust the time spent on the exercises according to your daily schedule.

Swami Anand Nisarg is the author of The Magician’s I Ching, published by Karnac/Aeon books. Alternatively, the book can be purchased through amazon: Magicians- I Ching-Swami-Anand-Nisarg at
Swami Anand Nisarg’s book, The Magician’s I Ching, is an attempt to present the I Ching not for the academic, but for the practical western user that wants to actually work with the ‘alchemy’ of the I Ching.

He has been a student of the I Ching for over 20 years, of Qi Gong for over 15 years, and of both the western and eastern esoteric/magical tradition. He is a spiritual teacher with students and initiates worldwide, and the modern head of the YI FA Society, a school for training in a meditation system of inner alchemy based on the I Ching and Qi Gong.

For further information please contact Swami Anand Nisarg:


Swami Anand Nisarg is the author of The Magician’s I Ching, published by Karnac/Aeon books.

He has been a student of the I Ching for over 20 years, and of both the western and eastern esoteric/magical tradition. He is a spiritual teacher with students and initiates worldwide, and the modern head of the YI FA Society, a school for training in a meditation system of inner alchemy based on the I Ching and Qi Gong.

The I Ching is “the book of changes”; as a text it is the oldest spiritual book in Chinese history, and one of the Five Classics (the five books that Chinese culture considers the ‘foundational’ books of their entire civilization; it’s the only one of the five that is about spirituality).

The core section of the I Ching (called the Zhou Yi) dates to about three thousand years ago, and was compiled by King Wen and his son the Duke of Zhou, but it is clear that they were only organizing in written form a system that was already old by their time.  For its entire history it has been venerated by Chinese culture, and is the only sacred text that is considered sacred to all three of the major Chinese religions (Confucianism, Taoism, and Buddhism).  For the last 3000 years virtually every great Chinese philosopher has studied the I Ching and most presented new insights and commentaries on it, many of which survive to this day.

The I Ching is a book of philosophy and of metaphysics but is also a practical ‘oracle’ system, where a practitioner can ask a question and then use a method based on binary mathematics to generate one of the 64 ‘hexagrams’ of the I Ching; this ‘casting’ system acts as a kind of measurement of space/time in the context of the question, showing you the balance of yin and yang (in the form of the 8 elements) as of the moment where you ask the question, what parts of the situation are stable and which are in the process of Change, and how that change will evolve over time.

Or to put it another way, it uses probability to show you the probable direction of change to predict outcomes based on the choices you make.

Additionally, in the time of Confucius (2500 years ago) that great master wrote a set of commentaries on the I Ching which became a part of the official text, in it he explains the I Ching not just as a decision-making tool but as a system of inner-alchemy, where you can use the I Ching to understand how to manifest your higher self in any given situation.

The symbols of the I Ching became the basic symbols of all Chinese metaphysical systems: so the 8 elements of the I Ching are the foundation on which the theories of Acupuncture, Qi Gong, Feng Shui, and most native forms of Chinese martial arts are based.

The I Ching wasn’t translated into English until the second half of the 19th century, and its system was not actually practiced by any westerner we know of until the early 20th century.  It did not become popular in the west until the academic Wilhelm-Baynes translation in the 1950s, where the introduction to that edition was written by Carl Jung, who considered it of immense value to Jungian psychology.   It was also highly influential on a number of other western thinkers including writers and poets (Jorge Luis Borges, who wrote the introduction to the Spanish edition; also Ginsburg and the other beat poets, Philip K. Dick, and many others), mystics (Aleister Crowley, Robert Anton Wilson, Huxley, Timothy Leary, Terrence McKenna, Alan Watts, John Blofeld), and mathematicians and scientists (especially quantum theorists – Heisenberg, Schroedinger, and Niels Bohr who added the taiji symbol to his coat of arms).

The Magician’s I Ching may be purchased from the Karnac Books website. Alternatively, the book can be purchased through amazon:

Swami Anand Nisarg’s book, The Magician’s I Ching, is an attempt to present the I Ching not for the academic, but for the practical western user that wants to actually work with the ‘alchemy’ of the I Ching.

The Magician’s I Ching by Swami Anand Nisarg

The Magician’s I Ching by Swami Anand NisargThe Magician’s I Ching by Swami Anand Nisarg at Karnac Books
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This article was written by Swami Anand Nisarg



December 18, 2012

The contention and illusion of battle is a reflection of our social pulse. Tension energy resonates throughout everyone. Worldwide, people collaborate in this pulsating tension as the end of the solstice approaches, and the beginning of a new day nears. 

Ardent heartbeats vibrate in the soul to prepare for a voyage of peace and harmony with everyone. Break away from the model that was created by the social community and carry forth your truth for others to see.  

Open your eyes to the calmness and the reality unveiled. Allow trust to permeate your heart to allow life to unfold to its fullness. Now, demonstrate a new way and others will follow.

As health concerns grow, people seek a deeper truth that will unleash the spirit unto its rightful freedom.

Georgio Trimarchi

Student Feedback

Touch For Health through the eyes of recent students

Compiled by Georgio Trimarchi, TFH instructor

December 2012

Taste testing: (Information sent from S.S.)

During a recent TFH level 1 workshop, a student began to experience distress signals from her bowels and hot sweats after consuming a delicious dessert.  She rejoined our class after completing her 1hour porcelain communication with a distressed look on her face. At the same time, the class broke up into pairs to do a “balance as you go” on each other. This gave me time to assess the situation. The student felt that she could no longer continue the class (2nd day in the morning) and that she had to go home.

After receiving permission to test her, I felt that we should at least perform a balancing on her to support her energy and hope for the best….I had a level 2 student provide the balancing with level 1 criteria’s (balance as you go). After all, it was a level 1 class and this was an opportunity to engage in a real life situation.

20 minutes later, with continued hydration and balancing the stomach, small intestines and large intestines meridians, the emotional stress release (ESR) technique proved worthy as a final support. The student felt great, able to continue the class and eat lunch without any ill affect!

This experience reinforces confidence in trying a balancing with what you know, even while you are learning level 1.


Salsa Dancing: (Information sent from J.D.)

A dance instructor had the opportunity to experience a touch for health balancing from her sister that recently completed level 2. As this student flew to the west (from Toronto), she instructed this dancer to write some goals down before she arrived (very efficient). Well, to her surprise, she was confronted with 20 goals. I thought this would be great practice for her since each goal (inhibited/unlocked) would require a 14 muscle balance.

The dance instructor’s symptoms included the usual aches and pains throughout the body that these athletes endure. She was also unable to sleep soundly. She has been teaching for more than 20 years.

During the balancing, this student would use a variety of techniques from level 1 and 2, but mainly used the wheel balancing and 5 elements. She did notice that some goals, that were inhibited, locked after only performing the usual 14 muscle test (all muscles were locking).  This gives rise to the potential of moving the energy flow of the meridians with only the muscle testing.

The dance instructor commented on the fact that she was able to perform her tasks instructing students with great ease, pain free and felt stronger and more balanced in her daily activities. She had restful sleep, which was uncommon for many years, which provided an opportunity to regain her energy and heal.

Emergency room: The following is a letter from a student that has completed TFH level 1(M.F).

Touch for health is a great addition to my family.  Since we have opened ourselves up to the touch for health way of treating our bodies, we’ve been able to live life more positively and feel great about the choice of healing ourselves through the body’s natural energies.

Recently I took part in the level 1 course of touch for health and it was the absolute best thing I had ever experienced.  During the two day course we got the opportunity to learn from an amazing instructor and practice our new found knowledge on each other.  Wow!!! Hard to believe that I can actually make a difference in someone’s health simply by knowing the 14 meridians!

Recently, my son was home sick with food poisoning.  It was such a great feeling knowing that I had enough knowledge, through what I learned in level 1 of the touch for health course, to be confident enough in myself to test and balance him.  As I began the test I found that his stomach and large intestine meridian’s were unlocking only on one side.  With the application of pressure and massage on the neurolymphatic points associated with the stomach and large intestine I was able to provide him with relief from the cramping and pain.  He was able to feel the benefit and more importantly, communicate to me what he was feeling and experiencing.   It is amazing to know that I could use what I am learning on my 12 year old son and actually see how well it works.  Looking forward to experiencing more and possibly helping others reap the benefit of Touch for Health.

After spending five hours in emergency (arriving home at 7:30 am) with my son to rule out appendicitis I was wiped!  My body was physically exhausted and my mind was following suit. It was through the support of Georgio and my fellow classmates that I was able to continue with the second half of the level 1 course.  Thanks to everyone who helped balance me and gave me the opportunity to finish off the best course that I have ever been involved in. See you in the second part of our adventure!

Instructor’s note:

This student arrived at the course as we completed a student exchange. I began to muscle test this student during day 2 of TFH level 1 and found that she was unable to lock with any muscle. She was certainly overwhelmed from her son’s experience (and lack of sleep). I had another student perform the ESR technique. After a few minutes, she came back to life! She felt her energy rise and her muscles starting locking. This was a great opportunity to show how a 1 point balancing works and introduce TFH level 2. We were now able to communicate with her system and provide her with a TFH balance.





Senica Indian Cleanse

The Cleansing Diet was contributed by the Seneca Indians.

This 4 day cleanse supports and helps to allow the body to function optimally. Clients have experienced a decrease in allergy symptoms and congestion in the body, improved digestion, weight loss,  and increased energy levels.

This cleanse can be repeated seasonally or at your discretion.

DAY 1:

Eat only fruit and all you want (no bananas).  This will cleanse the colon (your waste paper basket).

DAY 2:

Drink all herb teas you want, such as, raspberry, hyssop, chamomile, or peppermint.  Sweeten slightly with honey or maple sugar if needed.  This day will release toxins, salt and excessive calcium deposits in the muscles, tissue and organs. It is important to drink enough fluids during day 2 because headaches may occur. Day 2 is easier when you are able to relax in the comfort of you home and not challenged by many activities.

DAY 3:

Eat all vegetables you want.  Have them raw, steamed or both.  The third day the digestive tract is supplied with healthful, mineral rich bulk.

DAY 4:

Make a big pot of vegetable broth by boiling cauliflower, cabbage, onion, green pepper, parsley, or whatever you have available. Season with sea salt. Drink only this rich mineral broth all day long. On this last day, the blood lymph, and inner organs are mineralized.

Prior to commencing, gather all ingredients for each day so that the cleanse will run smoothly.

From God helps those that help themselves by Hanna Kroeger.

Precautions: Consult your health practitioner to determine if this cleanse is for you. Consult you medical doctor for people taking medications prescribed by your MD. 

Meditation Techniques

This article focuses on the author’s personal meditation experience. There are many forms of meditation– the key is to keep practicing.


Although it can be practiced on its own, meditation is most beneficial when performed after Qigong exercises (see Qigong part 1 and or 2 articles).


Meditation relaxes the mind allowing the nervous system to relax and perform optimally throughout the body with its neural matrix. You will notice a general sense of relaxation and clarity – especially during everyday stresses – improvement of vision, blood circulation, and experience an increase of energy. Your body should feel infused with vitality.

Meditation will strengthen your mind resulting in an increased ability to focus on daily tasks that require your attention. With practice, you will eventually be in a regular state of focus or awareness of every moment, and appreciate the beauty of life and all that surrounds you.


Meditation can be started in various positions—lying down on your back, sitting or standing. Each position is useful to assist the body.

Lying supine (on the spine) is considered a healing position and requires the least amount of energy to perform. In this position, it is common to fall asleep, which is perfectly acceptable. The body heals optimally when in a sleep mode or deep rest.

Sitting meditation is commonly known from pop culture. This position is favourable and requires more energy than lying supine. Getting comfortable is necessary to maintain this position for a meditation session. If the lotus position is uncomfortable at this stage (see photo), use a pillow under the buttock as support to help prevent pain and discomfort. For those with leg or hip problems, sitting in a chair is an alternative.

Standing meditation posture is common to martial arts, known as the warrior stance. This position uses the most energy in maintaining balance with the pull of gravity. Rewarding in its own way, it is an alternative to the other two positions.

All three postures can be used to attain the desired results. Try each one to determine the benefits for you personally.

MEDITATION PRACTICE-A Personal Experience (Sitting Position):

Various teachers of meditation have influenced the author’s practice.

BEGIN, in sitting position, with one hand on top of the other hand with thumbs crossing. Place hands just below the navel over the Danteen location (energy area). Perform four counter clockwise rotations around the navel with the hands and then repeat in a clockwise direction. This is performed to stimulate energy flow from this area. Return to the starting position.

Place the tip of your tongue on the roof of your mouth with slight pressure. Purse your lips so that a fine breath of air flows out.

Begin by breathing in slowly and naturally, without force, in through the nose. The exhalation phase (breathing out) will occur passively out through the mouth. Once you feel heat in the Danteen area, imagine (as you breath in) an energy flow travelling from the base of your spine, up the spine and over your head to the top lip. At the same time feel the energy flow up from the navel to the bottom lip. As you exhale from your mouth, allow this energy to flow out. Begin a new breath in from your nose and continue the flow of energy up towards both lips. If you visualize this flow, you will eventually feel it. Do not reverse the flow down to the Danteen.

Focusing on the breath is the key to meditation for the beginner. This technique of bringing the energy to the lips helps in focusing on the breath.

Alternative techniques to help with focusing are to focus on the flame of a lit candle (in a lit room); focus on the exchange periods of your breath (the still point between breathing in and out).

It is common to drift away from focusing on the breath. Recognize it and bring yourself back to your breath focus.

End the session of meditation, when ready, by rubbing your hands together creating heat. Immediately place the hands over your face for a few moments. Repeat rubbing hands and place them over the small of your back (kidney area). Then tap your body with your hands from head to toe to reawaken your body from the stillness of meditation. Your peace and stillness will vibrate throughout your day.


Open eye meditation is useful for those whom are not able to sit in stillness. Examples of this type of meditation are washing dishes, going for a walk and gardening (be creative). These are tasks that do not require as much cerebral activity. After a while of performing these tasks, the mind starts to relax and unwind, achieving a meditative state. Relaxing the mind is the goal in this practice.

Spend 1 minute to 30 minutes or more on meditation. If your time is limited, use a timer (that beeps) to keep you on track in your day. With practice come results!

Qigong meditation part 2

The following video of Qigong practice is provided by Swami, Deva Peter. This video was recorded at The Way of Harmony Meditation Group during an actual session and filmed by Georgio Trimarchi. It is with great appreciation to have permission to show this video to the public. Thank you Swami, Devi Peter.

Introduction video: Qigong mediation part 2

Full length instructional Qigong video: Qigong meditation part 2 with Swami, Deva Peter

For those that like to read the details of this Qigong sequence, please read below:

  1. Knocking on the doorway of life
  2. Spinal cord breathing
  3. The basic standing flow
  4. The breathing exercise
  5. Back to the first standing flow
  6. The fountain
  7. Second standing flow-Buddha holds the world (hands behind you)
  8. The tree swaying
  9. The third standing flow-Embracing a tree
  10. Cloudy hands-Heart exercise
  11. The fourth standing flow-Holding the golden urn (arms up in an angle in front of you)
  12. Pebble in the pond
  13. The fifth standing flow-Pulling down the heaven’s (hands facing down touching the ball of energy beneath them)
  14. Bamboo in the wind-The standing meditation

A common practice at the end of the Qigong session is to sit or lye down to meditate for a length of time that satisfies your needs.

To practice in the Toronto classes or further information, please contact Swami Deva Peter at for a location near you. Alternatively,

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It is in a way you see

That all is acceptable to thee

For it is when you are

Open to that of what is presented naturally



For it is when one understands

The importance of True Love grand

And it truly does open up

And create the room for Truth there of



So just realize that all is now

To truly be in a Beauty way and how

For it will then truly express

The ways are able to say what is best



For it is when one realizes

That life is truly full of surprises

Though need truly understand

That Self Honour and Respect are equally grand



For it is with oneself you see

Where the gentleness is present so Kindly

And as well it truly shows

Others how to be caring in the show



So just realize that it is now

In a way that brings forth a great peace

That honours the shine within thee deep

And no longer allow others to be unkind to thee



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