■I’ve heard that if I learn this technique, I might lose the present one I’ve been practicing.

First of all, Reconnective Healing® is not a “technique.” This is the first thing that separates it from the other forms of healing that you’ve heard of. Secondly, you won’t lose your studied healing techniques. They just might not be as easy for you to find?and you might not really want to bother. One reason for this is that the healing techniques that we’ve had on this planet up until now have been subsets of Reconnective Healing®. They have been merely glimpses of some of its aspects. If you put these techniques all together, you have a slightly greater glimpse of Reconnective Healing®, yet nowhere broaching all of it. Although this analogy doesn’t do it justice, think of the different healing techniques you know of each as a single letter of the alphabet and randomly assign them letters, e.g., techniques C, J, P, Q, R. Now, if you know only technique “R”, you’re a little limited as to what you can spell. If you know two techniques, (i.e. if you own two “letters”), you mig
ht have a little more flexibility. If you own all five of the letters above, you’re still noticeably limited in what you can do. Each of those letters is a subset of the alphabet. If you have the full set, all 26 letters, you can more fully communicate because not only can you spell words now, you can write volumes.
Once you are working with the Reconnective frequencies, you are no longer just in subsets. You don’t lose your “R” or your “Q” when you access your alphabet; you just have to work a little harder to find them individually. And there’s not much incentive to do so as they bring you such greater rewards when utilized as part of the set than they did when trying to function as an entire alphabet.

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