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Changes and Cures

"I'm careful about miraculous stuff, but for a very real, straight up, down to earth gal,
she shares a remarkable undefinable gift with her clients."  Sandy C

Many people are uncomfortable talking about physical changes that happen after healing sessions. In this day and age, use of the word 'cure' is more likely to elicit derision and calls of 'scam!' than it is to be met by curiosity. It is more acceptable to frame healing work as a 'spiritual' endeavor, separating it from the body. Though there is certainly a track record of charlatans throughout history, this is not that. Though I cannot speak for other healers, in the medicine work I do (and how it was done by those who have taught me) there is no separation of body, mind and spirit. When one aspect shifts, all others shift. Nothing is healed in isolation. The spiritual experiences on the table and those that follow the initial catalytic experience are, indeed, profound but what

As yet, we don't know why or how this works (or why it sometimes doesn't). There are lots of ideas, suspicions and intuitions. Many attempt to conflate healing with theoretical physics and spirituality. And there may, indeed, be explanation in that weaving of science and story that helps us understand this in the future. At present, I can only tell you that when cells encounter this energy that moves through me, they shift. When the innermost depth of the body, mind and spirit experience the combination of electricity and love, physiology and psychology shift--whether we share physical space or not (though the former is my preference).

I can tell you that electricity from devices, large and small, is already proven to treat cancers, as well as alleviate physical and emotional pain. Defibrillators jump start the physical heart and electrodes within and outside of the skull alleviate depression and anxiety. I can also tell you that when the imprintation of trauma at the cellular level meets the deepest love, the love of God, all things change. The changes brought by this love do not require belief. They do not require a particular spiritual path or faith. They require only the willingness to show up, in whatever state you are in. It is certainly helpful to not think you're wasting your time although one man, who's decades-long PTSD symptoms permanently disappeared after our brief work together, was convinced it was: "I wouldn't be here if my wife hadn't made me come. It's not that I think this is bullshit exactly, but..." Hope, doubt, curiosity, optimism, orneriness and pessimism bring the same results when the choice to show up fully is made.

My definition for a cure is this: A dramatic change in physiological states that lead someone to not experience any of the symptoms they have been experiencing prior to our encounters. These changes are reflected in blood work, a physician's clearance to return to work, diagnostic imagery, the choice to eliminate medications or treatment protocols with no adverse effects and the lack of pain. Those in the medical field call these spontaneous remissions or the sudden disappearance of evident disease or illness with no 'reasonable' explanation.

Here, in this context, my definition for change is this: A dramatic, often spontaneous, shift in mental and/or emotional states that lead someone to live without the experiences we identify as mental illness. Generally speaking, these are shifts that cannot be measured by blood work, etc. They are anecdotal reports by people who live through the both experiences: those of life distressed or 'disordered' and then, after working with me, without distress or 'disorder'. Oddly enough (or not so oddly) those who have experienced these shifts include psychiatrists and therapists.

Despite the noise made by those who disbelieve, dramatic physical, psychological and spiritual changes have occurred in a variety of settings, across all faiths and the lack thereof; in sweat lodges, long houses, houses of worship, chiropractic tables, prayer circles, and peyote ceremonies. For those who have some interest in researching this, I recommend Uncommon Touch by Tom Harpur as a good starting place.

What follows is an incomplete list of cures and changes that have occurred after people (and animals) have worked with me one to three times:

  • Osteosarcoma (three times in three different dogs)

  • Lymphoma (one dog)

  • Scoliosis

  • Diabetes (cat)

  • Depression & Anxiety

  • Opiate and other addictions

  • PTSD & OCD

  • Chron's, IBS, and UC

  • Generalized chronic pain

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Plantar fasciitis

  • Atrial fibrillation

  • Chronic migraines & cluster headaches

  • Arthritis

  • Generalized back pain & sciatica

  • Fibroids, ovarian cysts & symptoms of PCOS

  • Chronic kidney disease

  • Parkinson's

  • Laminitis, scar tissue and mental/behavioral issues in horses

  • ACL and meniscus tears

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