Access Bars

Access Bars

What is access bars?

Access Bars® is a gentle hands-on modality that was first developed by author and speaker Gary M. Douglas in the 1990s. The Bars are 32 unique energy points located on the head that correlate to different aspects and areas of life such as thoughts, ideas, decisions, attitudes, and beliefs. When these points are gently touched, the electromagnetic charge of these self-limiting aspects and areas are released, which then allows an effective and tremendous change. The Bars are a vital tool of Access Consciousness®.

What is Access Bars Healing Therapy?

What to expect from an access bars session

Access Bars can relax the body, recharge vitality, and soothe the mind which can bring balance to the whole system. This can leave the person in a blissful and tranquil state. Each of the energy centres relates to a different aspect of the consciousness. This therapeutic process can clear any blockage in any of those areas.

A session of Access Bars for adults can last between 30 to 90 minutes while a session for children will only last for a few minutes, depending on the child’s age. Each session is different from each other as everyone responds differently. Some have a complete sense of relaxation, while others fall asleep. Emotionally people have been reported to laugh or cry for no apparent reason. Most clients end the session feeling happy and in a more peaceful state than before.

Benefits of access bars

Access Bars may provide the following benefits:

  • Improved physical and emotional health
  • Reduced mind chatter, stress and tension
  • Reduced anxiety and depression
  • Improved sleep patterns
  • Faster recovery time from injuries, surgeries, or diseases
  • Erases self-limitations
  • Provides relaxation
  • Enhances creativity
  • Kindness and gratitude
  • Peace and calm
  • Hopes and dreams

Children look at the world differently than adults and they are much more willing to let go of these self-limitations. This helps them to have improvements in academics and relationships with parents and friends. In addition, children with past emotional problems or with divorced parents can start taking control of their lives.