The western world has finally come into terms of adopting a holistic perspective on seeking health and quality of life. We slowly understand better the importance of healing the human being physically, psychologically, as well as energetically, and spiritually. As we grow towards the complete bonding of science and spirituality, new therapeutic treatments are being born. Lumni Therapy is one of them. It was created by Carmem Farage, an experienced Brazilian psychologist, who decided to blend the traditional psychology with spiritualism (detached from any religion) and the quantum physics theories and concepts. This new therapeutic approach has its framework built on techniques of Apometry, Past-life Regression therapy, and Psychoanalysis. Past-life Regression therapy, and Psychoanalysis have been at least heard about for most people. On the other hand, Apometry, which I intend to focus for now, might be a new term for many.
Apometry comes from the greek words, ‘apo’ which means beyond of or away from, and ‘metron’ which means measure. Although Apometry has no religious connotation, the technique Apometry is usually well known for those who follow the religious doctrine of Spiritism. In the Lumni therapeutic approach, it is used as a technique for treatment with no attachment to any religion. In this context, the term is better identified as Clinical Apometry. According to Carmem Farage, this is a technique that conduces the separation, dislocation of the mental and astral body from the physical body beyond time and space, through the usage of the concepts of quantum physics. This separation aims to facilitate the treatment of subtler bodies in which every being is composed of. This technique can be applied to anyone, no matter age, religion, beliefs, or physical health status. When using Apometry, the therapist is only a channel, or guidance through it, the patient is always completely conscious and actively in control throughout the whole process. Apometry brings cleanse, healing, and harmony in three different levels: identifying blockages, or obsessors, treating those, and balancing the main chakras.
The identification of energetic blockages or obsessors either in the body or around the body of the patient is usually seen in the first two steps of the Clinical Apometry. We use the name obsessors here in a way that there is some kind of energy influencing in the energetic balance of the patient that might be so strong that affects them emotionally, mentally, and physically. These obsessors could be a disembodied soul which has some kind of connection (could be either negative or positive, either way affects the patient negatively) with the patient, or just energies/forces built up by thoughts and emotions from either the patient and/or from other people towards them. Anyways, the obsessor’s interference is given attention and treated in the so-called base procedure and physical body cleanse, which are the two first steps of the technique. In both steps the patient is guided through a pulse of light cleanse, and here he/she might notice parts of the body with troubles in becoming bright and clean. If anything is seen as needing healing, we proceed to a deeper treatment.
In all steps of the Clinical Apometry there is an intelligence behind it, that is explained by the equation, ∑=KZ. K, kapa, represents the cosmic energy, in which behaves as a potent magnetic-energy vector and as the heaviest electric flow in Poynting’s equation. Z, zeta, is the energetic force that comes from our own physical bodies. As an important reminder, it is valid to point out that quantum physics has shown that we are mostly energy. Therefore, the combination of the vibrating forces of kapa and zeta results in a powerful energy force represented by ∑. The understanding of different vibration frequencies of energy and the different colors resulted from these vibration facilitates the understanding of how the light pulses work for the healing treatment of the patient. Thus, through this process the patient is protected, cleared, and healed while also might treat and heal obsessors. After this main treatment is done, then comes the importance of harmonizing the chakras in order to keep the flow of energy going.
Chakras are energy wheels in constant movement. They are channels that allow the energy, in which feeds and connects two of our bodies (physical and astral), to flow. Just as our breathing cycle that needs both inhalation and exhalation to be completed, the energy flow of the chakras also has an intelligence between internal and external energetic forces. If the chakras are blocked or with an imbalanced flow, the energy does not circulate properly and the body gets sick. Many chakras have been mapped out in the human body through contrast and tomography. Most people are very familiar with 7 of them. On the Clinical Apometry we work with the 8 main chakras. These are the basic/root, the splenic/navel, the solar plexus, the cardiac/heart, the throat, the frontal/third eye, the coronary/crown, and the coordinator. We treat each one of them with light pulses until is unlocked and balanced.
After the energy cleanse, and balancing the chakras, the patient is safe to proceed to the next step of the Clinical Apometry, which is the dislocation of the mental and astral body from the physical so there is no more space-time limitations for the full Lumni therapy treatment. I believe it seems clear the holism of this technique; it treats the patient in many levels. Also, it has been shown to be very efficient in bringing this holistic healing off the session to the patient’s life. I have been a patient myself and I can say that not only I felt lighter after a session but people around me would notice the difference as well. Even though there are still some resistances out there from many people about holistic therapies, this technique holds no bias and can be applied on anyone; skeptics or spiritualists. As a result, it opens the doors for many people to get more in touch with their wholeness.