What is Access Bars?

Access Bars is a gentle therapy technique that was introduced by Gary Douglas in 1990. The Bars are 32 points on the head that act as a storehouse of all your thoughts, feelings, emotions, ideas, beliefs, considerations and any points of view you have had in any lifetime. When these bars are lightly and effortlessly touched any blockage that obstructs their freedom is easily released and paves the way for a free flow of joy and cherishment. anything that does not allow you to receive.

As a matter of surprise, each year, a day is spared to celebrate this endowment of Access Bars. On January 23, 2020, the 7th Annual Global Access Bars Day was celebrated.

What happens during an Access Bars Session?

During an Access Bars sessions, a practitioner asks you to get comfortable in a position whether it is lying down or sitting in a comfortable chair. The client is advised or forbidden to touch or cross hands as it believed that if done so, the flow if energy is disrupted. He or She then gently touches the bars to release the electromagnetic charge of all thoughts, feelings, emotions, ideas, beliefs, considerations and decisions as it is stored in your brain.

Access Bar therapy sessions is often talked about in terms of a sense of deep relaxation. While some go off to a very shallow sleep, some people have images come to them, others see colours, or feel sensations in their bodies such as buzzing, tingling, warmth, twitches or shivers.

What are the benefits of Access Bars?

Access Bars have assisted thousands of people to change many aspects in their lives both internally and externally.

Some of the benefits people have experienced from this therapy technique include mental clarity, eradication of mind fogging, removal of insomnia and improved sleep cycle, decreased anxiety, stress, depression, sadness, frustration and reduced levels of pain, calmness and inner peace and hones the skills of concentration, focus and problem-solving. It also solves the problems that individuals face with their relationships. Body wise it also helps one in keeping their weight in check control and avoids obesity. Access Bars has also had a profound effect on people with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injury (TBI), acquired brain injury (ABI), ADD, ADHD, OCD and Autism. 

Having your bars run is a comforting and nurturing process but eliminating all the limitations in your life. At the end of the sessions, your life will take a somersault and change into something greater and better!