Tapping Away Aches and Pains – A Safe Way to Relieve Pain

stress guideOur last issue of the Thought Field newsletter shared a touching story about a little girl in the hospital dying from cancer, and suffering severe pain.  As I was reading it, I thought back about several times over the years, that Roger would work with a cancer patient, who, like this little girl, was in severe pain, in spite of the morphine drips and heavy medical pain killers.

As I thought about the many instances over the years that we have provided pain relief for someone, where nothing else had worked, I was reminded about what a powerful and simple tool we have to help chronic pain sufferers.

A quick internet search helped me quantify the number of people and conditions daily burdened with physical pain.

Lower back pain, headaches, neck pain, arthritis pain and any chronic pain create a lower overall quality of life.  Chronic pain sufferers – over 100 million in the USA alone – report: Read more

The Power of Treating PRs in a Hospital Setting

An 11-year old girl was admitted to the local children’s hospital wing for acute pain, level 10, throughout her body.  Doctors told her parents that based on a CT scan, her cancer had returned and had spread through her entire body and that there was nothing for them to do but to give her a Dilaudid/morphine drip, get the pain stabilized and send her home.

By the time that I arrived she had been on the narcotic IV drip for 18 hours and her pain was still at a 10.  I knew she had to have Massive Reversal or the pain would have dropped.  The young girl didn’t want to tap nor to have anyone to tap her so we treated her reversals through her mother.  We used a combination of CB2, Rescue Remedy, tapping PR spots and a Toxin release over 45 minutes to correct the Massive PR.

Her pain dropped from a 10 to a 3.

I instructed the parents to treat for Reversals every 30 minutes around the clock in order to help her body stay receptive to healing and to allow the medications to work their best.  That evening she walked around the hospital floor two times.

I went again the next day and she smiled.  Her only discomfort, at a level 8, was horrible itchiness from the drugs.  I tested for PR, and she was PR free.  She felt  good enough to tap herself or let us tap her.  We began with CB2,  the toxin treatment, and put Rescue Remedy drops on her itchy legs, arms, chest.  The itch stopped.  She had a bruised feeling on her chest bone.  We put Rescue Remedy there and tapped it for reversal.  The soreness disappeared.

After the itch was gone she got up to use the bathroom, brushed her teeth and asked her daddy to film her getting back on the bed by herself, a big accomplishment.

The nurse asked her to rate her pain and the girl replied that she couldn’t find any even though the morphine had been removed from the drip.  We tested to continue tapping the Reversal spots every thirty minutes.

Forensic Nurse Solves Pain That Won’t Go Away

As we dashed into the hotel lobby, shivering from the freezing wind of a chilly Denver night, my friend and I looked at each other and laughed—remembering the great day we had had.

We were conference presenters together and followed the morning’s proceedings with a calming afternoon of wine, massage, tea and friendship—after briefly visiting a reception for speakers at the conference.

I am a psychologist and TFT practitioner in Los Angeles, and my friend is a forensic nurse with more than 20 years in the medical field.

As we took off our coats, she sighed and revealed, “This cold really makes that pain in my arm hurt like a son of a gun.”

Never having heard her mention it before, I asked, “What pain?”

And with that innocent question began one of the most extraordinary TFT treatment sessions of my career. Read more