Face Covering – Not Advised during the Therapy!
So Subtle-Face Mask Policy: During a sound therapy session, we practice deep breathing to assist the energy flow. Wearing a face mask during the session can potentially trigger adverse effects in the overly toxic body as the lungs are one of the body’s major detox organs.
Your Sound Therapist will not be wearing a face mask during the session and cannot recommend you wear one as it is damaging to the lungs and overall health.
For individuals uncomfortable with my decision, I ask you to wait till you feel at ease to meet w/o a mask.
What is MANDATORY?
305, 47 N. E. 623; Atlanta v. Wright, 119 Ga. 207, 45 S. E. 004; State v. Lewis, 76 Mo. 370; Ex parte Crane, 5 Pet. 190, 8 L. Ed. 92; Marbury v. Madison, 1 Cranch, 158, 2 L. Ed. 60; U. S. v. Butterworth, 160 U. S. 600, IS Sup. Ct 441, 42 L. Ed. 873. The action of mandamus is one, brought in a court of competent jurisdiction, to obtain an order of such court commanding an inferior tribunal, board, corporation, or person to do or not to do an act the performance or omission of which the law enjoins as a duty resulting from an office, trust, or station. Where discretion is left to the inferior tribunal or person, the mandamus can only compel it to act, but cannot control such discretion. Rev. Code Iowa, 1880,
Human rights and health – World Health Organization
The right to health, as with other rights, includes both freedoms and entitlements:
- Freedoms include the right to control one’s health and body (for example, sexual and reproductive rights) and to be free from interference (for example, free from torture and non-consensual medical treatment and experimentation).
- Entitlements include the right to a system of health protection that gives everyone an equal opportunity to enjoy the highest attainable level of health.