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Case Study: Successful treatment of severe low back pain using Subconscious Emotional Release.
11/8/19 Case Study: Successful treatment of severe low back pain due to spasm using chiropractic and Subconscious Emotional Release.
Female patient with constant severe low back pain (LBP). Used supine relative leg length analysis to ask yes/no questions. We established that for her, while supine, her the right leg becoming short meant "Yes". Legs staying even meant "No". Since a patient has no conscious control over leg length, it is assumed the answers to these questions come at a subconscious level.
The following questions were asked:
Continued to determine several factors:
Those factors as well as eye placement, touch on meridian points and breath were used to stimulate multiple neuro pathways at once. The goal is to weaken/unlock the underlying subconscious neuro pattern to allow feeling(s) to arise, so that they can be processed. The unlocked subsconscious pattern can also be processed via dreams.
Post Adjustment: Patient had 0/10 pain and was able to move normally.
"There is more to life than increasing the speed" (Gandhi)
When overwhelmed or exhausted do you feel the to-do list will not accommodate a break? Maybe the to-do list will grow much too long if you take a vacation. Maybe you feel guilty just for wanting/needing a break! Is the guilt compounded by not allocating enough time for your loved-ones or for your own physical/emotional well-being?
Hmmm….Could there be some shame or fear lurking in the background of our frantic busyness? Are we trying to prove that we are Productive? Successful? Secure? Whole? Worthy? A good provider? A good parent? Perhaps we are frantically striving to fulfill a higher purpose?
To begin to create a sane life, you can make small, selective, conscious choices. Such simple acts can slow you down enough to break the compulsive thought cycle and leave your mind free to…have an actual life. Taking just a little time every day refuels your energy tank. Loving yourself a bit will translate into being capable of managing the small and big stresses - with grace. Rest and play are not a waste of time. They are instead an investment in your mental, emotional, and physical well-being. Relaxation can boost creativity and creative problem-solving. A recharged heart has enough energy to give attention to a loved one.
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