A. As I tune into these Bars, I see them as a very real and powerful thing.
I get an image of an ancient time (at least a few hundred years ago). There is a huge line of people waiting outside of a oriental woman's hut. It looks as though people travel from all over to get help and be healed by this woman. She looks to talk with her client for a few moments before she begins her session (to make a spiritual connection), and then begins to work on their Consciousness Bars.
I hear something about this being an ancient healing practice that was discovered and used in the Orient. It was first used on people with mental health challenges (to purge and process past traumas and karma), and then later evolved into a physical and spiritual therapy as well.
It is also coming to me that depending on the person, and what they are dealing with or wanting to purge, you may not want to do all 32 bars or areas at once (it is too much for the system to process). It is better to pick a few areas to give a more intense focus, and then quickly go over the other areas and build up to a full system purge. After a session you may go through intense emotions (cry, be angry, recall memories, etc) and that is a GOOD thing. That means you are processing ideas, subconscious thoughts, past life traumas, feelings, etc that have been suppressed, and from there purging and healing begin to occur.
Overall, these Access Consciousness Bars feel like a good and positive thing. Be cautious of costly courses (I hear there is lots of free stuff online to get your started). If you do chose to connect with a teacher / mentor, trading a fair wage for knowledge and support is very reasonable (but be careful of those that want to charge a large sum).
And that is all I have for this reading. Thank you. Love and light-