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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

From Wearing an Ankle Brace to Picking Tomatoes and Corn

A 70+ year old female came into my office wearing a brace on her ankle, and in severe pain all over her body, especially in her joints and spine. Her pulse rate was 197. She had been recently diagnosed with Polymyalgia Rheumatica and an auto immune disease. Blood work revealed a low white count, anemia, and increased Sed rate, indicating her body was in a severe state of inflammation.

She was frightened because she had been unable to work or leave her home all summer due to the pain. Immediately, I reset her polarity (corrected her reversal). Her beginning SUD (level of discomfort) was at 11-12 on a 0-10 scale.

We completed the Trauma Relief Technique, the 9 Gamut Sequence, Environmental Toxin, Collarbone Breathing Exercise, Seven-Second Treatment, then tested for further Psychological Reversals and found several levels of reversals and corrected them.

Then on to diagnostic test points to develop her personal tapping sequence. We found four tapping points: Thyroid, stomach, heart, and large intestine meridians. We tapped for those systems and finished with the Eye Roll.

She stated she had no pain and her SUD was down to O. She began walking back and forth in the office and then decided “to put it to a real test” she held the back of a chair and squatted to the floor and up again without pain, which she had not been able to do for months. She left the office and returned 2 hours later, carrying a bag of sweet corn and tomatoes, which she picked from her garden, for the first time this summer.

She was scheduled to go to a class reunion in Illinois, but advised not to fly by her doctor due to the autoimmune disease. She continued the Trauma Relief Technique for 2 weeks and went to and returned from her class reunion without any symptoms. It has been 2 months now, and she remains symptom free.

Blessings to the Callahans!!!!
Patricia Jennings NHC
ELShaddai Clinic, Washington, CT