Mal Weeraratne – Founder of Tantric Journey – School of Healing and Awakening
Author of Emotional Detox through bodywork
Mal Weeraratne is the British Pioneer in the area of Emotional Detox through Tantra – Bodywork, who has studied in various accredited institutes under pioneers and experts. Mal Weeraratne has worked in the field of Emotional Detox since 1994 and has treated over 3000 from all walks of life spanning across U.S, Europe, UK, and U.S.A.
Mal Weeraratne teaches women how to take control of their sexual energy within their bodies to remove trauma stored in the form of emotions using ancient knowledge and practices that are combined with new groundbreaking insights to create an engineered trauma release technique called Tantric – Bodywork for Emotional Detox.
In Mal Weeraratne’s latest book ‘Emotional Detox through Bodywork’, he advocates the importance of replenishing your system through alkalinity. In this fascinating work, he explains that ‘when undergoing healing through Deep Bodywork it is important to support your healing process by undertaking a physical detox. This is a good time to access your eating habits and cravings……when dealing with emotional or physical pain we are programmed to crave sugary food as sweet food can alleviate pain by releasing opioids.’ Mal goes on to explain that whilst there is no harm in consuming fatty or sugary foods occasionally, ‘they should not form the basis for anyone’s regular diet. The main issue is that fatty, processed and high sugar foods are acidic and an acid body is a magnet for sickness, disease, cancer, and aging.’ He recommends that we aim to follow a diet that contains at least 60% alkaline-producing foods.
A good tip for reducing the acid in your diet is to keep a food diary after a week it is easy to spot where the issues in your diet lie. There is a useful food acidity chart in Mal’s book ‘Emotional Detox through Bodywork’ and he advises that ‘it’s actually quite easy to eat a diet rich in alkaline-producing foods’, he goes on to explain that most fresh vegetables, nuts, and fruits are alkaline producing.
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