Lana (not her real name) had a painful shoulder.
Body Dowsing discovered the reason — the Cause of the Cause of the Cause.
Lana and her business partner built a successful company from the ground up.
She had an affair with him, and he told his wife.
His wife started working with them to look out for her “interests.”
Lana was in love with him, and wanted to punch his wife.
The wife was “Who was the Matter” with Lana’s shoulder.
I said, “Your pain will stop when you stop being attracted to another woman’s husband. Any other therapy is just a Band-Aid.”
She protested. “When I was in Germany, a woman yanked my arm really hard, and the pain went completely away.”
“Then why are you seeing ME?”
The pain was back full-force, Lana admitted.
“In fact,” I continued, “I’ll bet the pain returned as soon as you walked in the door at work and saw your partner’s wife glaring at you again.”
“Yes, that’s when the pain returned, but I still love him.”
“You’re not ready to get over this shoulder pain yet, but let me ask you a question. You’re an attractive woman and very financially successful. You could have any man you want. What’s so special about this man? Why are you attracted to a married man who’s in love with his wife? If not married, would you still be drawn to him?”
We only had one session together.
Last I heard, she still had her shoulder pain, and was getting physical therapy (Reflexology) for her shoulder.
June 29, 2018 @ 2:56 pm Atom
Ava (not her real name) had a stiff left leg.
She was having trouble with her live-in boyfriend.
One day I Body Dowsed her, and her left leg was as loose as the right one.
“Wow! What happened?” I asked.
“I broke up with my boyfriend,” she said. “I kicked the [bleep] out.”
June 29, 2018 @ 3:10 pm Atom
“Imprisonment, as it exists today, is a worse crime than any of those committed by its victims.” — George Bernard Shaw
June 29, 2018 @ 3:16 pm Atom
“The Centers for Disease Control has determined that the common cold is caused by a tall man who carries around a bag of germs.” — George Carlin
June 29, 2018 @ 3:19 pm Atom
“Glory is fleeting, but obscurity is forever.” — Napoleon Bonaparte
June 29, 2018 @ 3:21 pm Atom
“Life is a solitary cell whose walls are mirrors.” — Eugene O’Neill