Course curriculum

  • 1

    MODULE 1 - Introduction

    • Opening
    • Historical development of VELO
  • 2

    MODULE 2 - Basis

    • The VELO technique
    • Essential attributes of VELO
    • How VELO works
    • Difference between VELO and the Vibrational State
    • How VELO produces the Vibrational State
  • 3

    MODULE 3 - The Procedure

    • Preparing for the VELO session
    • Establishing the energy flow
    • Guided exercise 1
    • Maintaining the VELO technique
  • 4

    MODULE 4 - Attributes of VELO

    • Identifying the attributes of VELO
    • Improving the quantity of energy moved
    • Controlling the speed of the energy moved
    • Establishing a complete energy sweep
    • Rectilinearity - Moving energy in a straight line
    • Improving the compaction of the energy wave
    • Guided exercise 2
  • 5

    MODULE 5 - Advanced Control of the Technique

    • Direct and indirect approaches to controlling energy
    • Active energy workout
    • Breathing during VELO
    • Sensing vs imagining
    • Improving your awareness of energy
    • Recognizing energy and bodily sensations
    • Sensing the flow vs performing VELO
  • 6

    MODULE 6 - Further Concepts

    • Asymmetry in the energy flow
    • Possible sensations caused by moving energy
    • Hindrances in preforming VELO
  • 7

    MODULE 7 - Application of VELO

    • How often VELO should be performed
    • Length and regularity of VELO sessions
    • Long VELO sessions
    • Applications of VELO