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Transcript of Video Mick: Hernia pain, MCS, Allergies, Asthma.
Introductions, S = Steven, T = Trudy, M= Mick (Client).
S: Do you know much about this?
M: No, just what I saw on Facebook. What it is, next week I got to go for a jab. But I saw this and I thought, try this first. (T: this is a pain killing injection)? Yes, and I thought well if this works undeciphered ?????? and hopefully I'll get rid of my pills and injections as well.
T: Is it a steroid injection?
M: I think it is, Not quite sure what it is, assume it's cortisone. It can last 3-6 months.
S: You want to know how long this lasts? Forever.
M: I heard about it from the video about the chap on the motorbike who had been on pain killers for four years and I thought well If I can get off the pills and potions then I will.
S: Well let's see what we can do then. Most people leave here totally pain free. M: Well when you get going, I'll tell you all I've got.
S: Well I'd rather you didn't. I'd just like you to tell me how much pain you've got where it is and how much out of 10 it is, OK? I don't need any detail.
M: Last year in Spain I had a hernia. Had surgery, a mesh was inserted. Told able to go swimming and walking after six weeks. Went for a walk around the block and was in bed afterwards 3 hours. 8 weeks post-op went swimming and this bit ripped. Was in pain walking, in pain sitting, unable to sit up straight. Was given Amitriptyline to treat the nerve damage. Lump on the left was checked out with x rays. He said there's nothing there.
S: Have you still got that lump?
M: Still got it.
Explaining the Unconscious and the Pain Message
S: I'm going to check with your unconscious in a few minutes that there's nothing else wrong with you. Because your unconscious is in control of your heart, your lungs, and everything. It pumps the blood around, and if you cut yourself, it says “bit of a problem there” and it mends it. So it's aware of everything inside of you. Yes. If anything inside of you is wrong, it won't turn the pain off, if there's something that can be medically done for it. Or if it's going to cause further problems, it won't turn the pain off. Because it wants you to keep having enough pain, that it annoys you enough to the doctor's saying “I'm not right”. That's how it works. And it's just a message that comes along to say “you've got a problem – get it sorted”.
Broken Arm Example
So I'll give you an example of a broken arm. So if you broke your arm, there would be so much pain that you would get straight to the hospital – you don't stop on the way because you are a little bit hungry because you are in so much pain, you just want to get it sorted. That's the only thing on your mind, “get it sorted, get it sorted” and as soon as you get it checked out, they say it's broken, put the plaster on your arm, it feels alright. But it's still broken. But the brain goes, “well you've done everything that you can now, you've immobilized it, it's going to get better”. So if you've got that plaster on for a month and it's still hurting, you go back to the doctor's to tell them there's something still wrong with it, and that's because the arm's not lined up right. So it knows what's out of line and everything, even if the doctor's and everything imply that it's alright now, it (the Unconscious) knows there's still something not right so it keeps giving you pain to say “get something done about it”. And as soon as you get the plaster off, get it straightened out, put new plaster on it, it'll go “Oh, we are all right now.” So pain is just a message. When a message keeps coming back, that's when you need to turn it off, because if there's no need for it, if there's no reason there that there's still a pain that needs to be sorted, then the pain can go. Now, I can't go wrong here, because it's not me that's going to turn the pain off. It's your unconscious mind.
S: I'm going to bargain with it. I call it Brain Bargaining. And all I'm going to do is I'm going to talk to it and say, “look, is there any need for him to continue to have this pain?” And if it goes, “No”. Then, I'll go “Turn it off then”. And it will be as instant and as good as that.
M: What if it says no?
S: If it gives me a no, then we'll do other things. But if it gives me yeses and agrees to do it, that means that you are OK inside and that probably things need to settle down a bit.
Explaining pain, inflammation and tension and relaxation
You see, if we have pain. Just imagine a pain in the shoulder – you'd tense up wouldn't you (demonstrates). So what happens when there's been pain there a long time, the muscles all tense up to immobilize it so it can rest, so it cuts off the blood supply a bit, so it doesn't heal as quickly as it would if you relaxed. So I'm going to go through a relaxation technique as well, and there may be some inflammation there. And you see since you had major surgery, they opened you up, you were cut, and there's also the thought that you might have about that, because initially it was keyhole surgery, so you expected just a little cut and they'd pop something in there, and suddenly you wake up and there's a longer scar, and we all know that if we are cut that it hurts. So the brain knows that as well. So you say that this was nearly a year ago, so it can go. You don't need it any more. So in a minute I'm going to get you to stand up and we're just going to go through this series of getting a few yeses and turn off the pain. Now when I tell it to turn off the pain. I don't want you to then go looking for the pain to see if it's turned it off or not, because there's going to be still some pain there because of the tension, but the message will have gone. So as soon as we've got the message yes that it's turned it off, I'll get you to sit down and talk the tension out of you and the rest of the pain will go.
Pain score /10
T: So what score out of 10 for the pain, if 10 is the worst pain you've ever had, what level pain are you in at the moment?
M: Well It's sort of hard to explain.
S: No just a number - 10 is the worst you have ever had and 0 is no pain at all, where is it?
S: What does it go up to?
M: When I do things, especially at night it goes up to 8-9. Want to do it but can't.
S: Have you got restricted movement?
M: probably, cramped, squashing the stomach.
S: Up you get then, stand here a moment. In a second, I'm going to get your unconscious to give us a sign for yes, OK? All it's going to do, can you stand straight? Relax as much as you can, you can't try and relax, so just allow yourself to relax, OK. So just let all the tension go away. And I'm just going to get you to do 3 big breaths for me, take 3 big breaths for me and as you let it out, let it go and as you let the breath out, notice that your shoulders drop down, and as you breathe out on the third breath, just let out a big sigh (huhhhh demonstrates). Now I'll just check your shoulders, is that alright?
S: Just going to check, and it's rock solid, you're a strong guy aren't ya? Plenty of muscles there (shaking M's shoulders) just let me wobble you about a bit, OK, so totally relax. In a second, I'll ask your unconscious to move you forward like that (leans him forward) like that. Moving from your ankles rather than from the bottom, OK. So just relax and let me pull you forward, and this is all that's going to happen, OK?
So I want your unconscious mind now – the one that controls your heart and lungs and everything else, and you are not really aware of it at the moment. I want it to make itself known to you by tipping you forward quite dramatically. You can just relax and wait for the signal. It's coming, can you feel that moving from your shoulders? That's it.
T: I find that I close my eyes, to get my yes.
S: Because you are a bit uptight, I'm going to get you to cross your arms over your chest like this ( demonstrates on M ). OK? We are asking your unconscious for a yes, and I want you to ask it for a yes as well. Close your eyes, and I want you to lean forward quite vigorously. Asking for a yes, a sign for yes from your unconscious. OK? Asking and just allow. OK. Yes, good. Just straighten yourself up again and relax. Just going to ask you, because it took you a while and it wobbled you about a lot, I want you to understand that this is a very definite sign for yes. So now that your unconscious knows what to do, it can tilt you forward for yes. There you go, brilliant, that's a yes. Do you feel that that was a yes?
M: Hm (agrees) .
S: Good open your eyes then.
So I'm going to ask for a few more yeses. You see, new pain is a good idea, because without the pain, you wouldn't have known to go to the doctor's about the hernia and you would have continued scrunching up your stomach which could have caused all kinds of problems. So new pain is always helpful, but old pain, is just a message that at one time, it told you there was a problem and you got sorted out. So now you got sorted out, I'm going to ask your unconscious mind now, if all the things that need resolving in that area apart from the surgery and all that they have done, that all the things you need to resolve in that area have been resolved? (Yes signal) . So that can put your mind now at rest, that lump in there, it's not a problem, it's part of the problem of the problem, if you know what I mean, OK, so I'm going to ask that to go away.
Fire Alarm Metaphor
So on the understanding now it's rather like a fire alarm going off. When the fire alarm is ringing it tells you to get out of the building, but you don't go back into the building while the fire alarm is still ringing. And you have it reset so you can tell if there's another fire in the building. Because you won't be able to tell if there's another fire if the fire alarm keeps ringing. That would be crazy, because if the fire alarm keeps ringing there'd be nothing to alarm them to it. So if we get the unconscious to switch this pain off, if anything new is there, or anything still needs sorting out, it can give you pain to that particular thing and then the doctor will know that there's some new problem there. So this isn't going to numb anything in the area, it's just going to switch off the old message that said you had a hernia. OK? So I want your Unconscious now to agree that it's a sensible idea now to switch off that old message, that old pain message, give us a yes. A nice strong yes, to switch off that old message that said you had a hernia. (Waits) . Did you get that as a yes?
M: Not sure.
S:I may have confused it. I just went through old pain is a bad idea, new pain is a good idea.
Explaining New Pain and Old Pain
So new pain is a good idea, because it alerts you. The old pain message, that's the message we want switching off right now, because you've had something done about it, right? So let's switch that off right now, because you have agreed with me that it's sensible to do. So close your eyes again and we are just going to break it down into bits. First we are going to ask it to switch off the initial pain messages that you got about the hernia, will it do that? Asking it? (moves, tilts forward) yes.
Now I'm going to ask, if the surgery has corrected all that it should do, and I know there's a mesh there and everything else, and there's scar tissue and all that, and that doesn't matter from the point of view that you don't need any more messages, because that has been how it has been dealt with, so if it's possible, I want your unconscious mind now to agree to switch off ALL the pain messages relating to the hernia. Will it do that now? (hesitant Yes) . Now there was a slight hesitancy, so I'm going to ask your Unconscious to understand that if there is anything still wrong there or if anything new happens in that area it can bring in new pain and that new pain will be a better sign for you that there's still a problem OK. But if it's still got the old pain still there, then there would be a mix up – Oh, is this new or is it old, or is it the thing that happened? And it won't know, so it's a much better thing to do if it switches off all the old pain messages totally now and as soon as it has switched off all the old pain messages, if it needs to give you a new message, for instance if you bumped yourself when you were out, you would have new pain, it can give you new pain any time it wants to. It's not going to numb the area or anything, it's just going to switch off the old messages to be receptive to new ones. So under those conditions, is your unconscious mind willing to turn off the pain? (Yes signal) . Brilliant. So now it's agreed to totally switch off the old pain messages, I want it to start that process immediately, and to erase all those pain messages, so if there's any pain in your body, all the messages, all of them, they can all go now. As soon as it's done that, as soon as it's erased all those old pain messages, I want you to give us a yes. Tell it how strongly you want to be free of that pain. There we go. (yes signal). Did you feel that as a yes?
M: Hm. (Agrees) .
S: Now sit down please, now that you have switched it off, I want you to close your eyes, in order to get you totally pain free I want to release all the tension. So just relax. And what we are going to do now, is we are going to take away all that tension and inflammation because your unconscious agreed to turn off all the pain messages and your unconscious cannot lie. And it was struggling a bit, but that's because you are a big strong guy and you have a lot of tension in there. So I want your unconscious mind to look in your body for tension anywhere and as it finds that tension, I want it to relax, and totally relax, as all that tension dissolves, relax, you see all those old messages are no longer needed, because if there is a need for pain, it can give it you back, and it can give you that message clearly and precisely so that you know you need to go to the doctor. It's as simple as that, just like if you pricked your thumb on a rose you'd know to do something about it, and that's all I'm asking is that the unconscious now erase all those old pain messages and so now all that tension will start to drain away, its like all that tension turned into water and it trickles down through you just like it does through pebbles, slowly draining away, draining away, into the legs and all the tension draining away through the legs and out as all the tension is leaving you now all those old aches and pains just dissolve and I want your unconscious to do one more thing for me, you see in any area that has had an injury, it benefits from good circulation to heal the area, for good blood to flow into the area repairing the areas that need repairing, so I want your unconscious to start that process now and it may take minutes, days or weeks, but start the process now to remove any inflammation and I want you to continue that process for as long as necessary. And just to show you that all these things are now in process, I'd like your unconscious mind in the next few minutes to give you a nice tingling feeling all over, everywhere these changes are taking place, all that tension and all that pain replaced with a nice tingling called wellness, and so every bit of your body now will be filled with that tingling sensation. So sometimes the conscious is in control and sometimes the unconscious mind takes control because it knows better and sometimes it carries on doing things that aren't needed. And today your unconscious has done the right thing and has turned off that message for once and for all because you don't need that old message, and if you do need a new message of pain it can alert you to a new problem and that'll be absolutely fine because we both know that new pain is a good idea and old pain is a bad idea, so I'm going to thank your unconscious and I want you to thank your unconscious.
Unconscious doesn't understand negative words
Something that can really help in all our relationships and everything, is that our unconscious doesn't understand negative words like I mustn't or I can't or I don't want, or I haven't. It doesn't hear that, it only hears the end of the sentence. So if you are thinking about I don't want pain, it will give you pain and so now you can give it better messages from now on. And so come back into the room and open your eyes and come back into the room. So how do you feel. Any pain? Be absolutely honest.
M: No. No pain at all.
S: Stand up. (client scanning body, and starting to smile in disbelief)
M: No (gets up and walks over to a high back chair) . This is how I used to sit and cramp up, so if I sit straight up for a while, it's certainly better, I'm better.
S: We don't want somewhat better, we want totally better.
M: You know when you know when something's going to get you?
S: Let me stop you on that language – you know when something's going to get you, right? Change that to “I know”, but I want you to change out the last bit to I know where it used to get me then . So now, I'm not asking you to look for where it used to get you, I'm wanting you to look at you as you are now.
M: Hopefully, yes.
S: No no, not hopefully, I want how you are now.
M: Well feeling good.
S: Is there any pain at all?
M: No not at this moment. No not ever. Positive thinking!
S: Come back over here, right, so this is the last bit I need to do for you. So just to understand that we tend to do things in the past because that's where we learned everything. And the thing you learned from the hernia was, initially, pain was needed to tell you “problem here” right, and it was a very intense pain so you wouldn't leave it for a while, you'd get right to the doctor. So now they've done everything they needed to do, supported it and everything, and you had “I've been cut open so I need pain” and the brain goes, well if you need pain, I'll give you pain, whereas if we just actually accept that it's all over and done with, time has gone on relative to then and you have a scar, just like I have a scar here on my hand (shows scar) from 40 years ago to remind me not to play around with pen-knives. So we don't need old pain there anymore, but if there was still a problem there could be new pain to tell us that it's not fixed yet, but your unconscious is wise enough to go in there and have a look around and it's not giving you any pain back. You can rest assured that everything that's been done is the right thing and you don't need pain for the healing process. Just like the arm in plaster, once it's all sorted it doesn't need pain except to tell you there's still a problem. So you are now pain free from the old pain and that's how it will remain, and if you did get any new pain in that area it would be because you need to go to the doctor. But now because you are pain free, you don't need to think about the pain, you don't need to go “oh, I hope it doesn't come back” because miss out the “I hope” bit, and it's come back. This is silly because it's been turned off and I didn't even turn it off because you did, because it was just like a fire alarm that keeps on ringing long after the fire's been put out. You had a fire a year ago and it's been put out, you don't need the alarm to keep ringing.
Trudy talks about people who have had an arm amputated that talk about still feeling pain in their missing limb. Steven says how it's the simplest thing in the world to tell the unconscious mind to switch off the pain message to the arm because it's no longer there, while doctor's etc. spend a lot of time trying all sorts of drugs without any success.
S: So that's it. So you and your doctor. can decide about pain management coming up. Obviously if you haven't got any pain then you don't need pain killers. I'd like you to see your doctor. and I'd like you to take enough time between this to establish that you are pain free till you see your doctor. Doctor's don't really believe in people like me doing this, they don't believe it's possible.
Trudy mentions noticing how he's sitting differently now, easily, whereas when he arrived he sat with his leg sticking out and all stiff. Mick fills out a client form .
S: Usually when people come here they release the pain and then they tell me about another injury but say, but you won't be able to fix that.
Mick tells of another pain he had not to do with the hernia in his lower back (that he hadn't mentioned) and now that can be gone as well.
M: I did that when I was about 17-18 and all the ways it sort of niggled doing the bathroom, had a twinge again.
S: Just finish off (the form) and I'll do something for your back in a moment.
OK, so I'll do your back in a second. What's the other thing?
M: Multiple Chemical Sensitivity.
S: How does that effect you?
M: Perfumes, deodorants, anything like that, I've been laid up in a lorry in a morning. Somebody’s obviously put some kitchen stuff in a lorry 4.30 in morning, it's gone across the dashboard and all this ammonia came out. And I was off for a year with it. And then....
S: Was that the first time you had a problem with it?
S: Do you want the comfy chair again?
M: No, alright here, I'll stay in this one. ( Sits sideways).
S: Close your eyes and there's 2 things I'm going to do with you.
Now I've already been in touch with your unconscious and it's done all this brilliant work so this means that the unconscious is open for me to allow me to do good stuff, because it knows I do good stuff, so I'm just going to address the pain in the back. Although I asked for all the pain messages to be turned off, there's still some pain in the back. The way that back pain works is that when we have an injury in it, it tends to lock up the joint that hurts. Sometimes we have an old injury and the old part that's hurt, the bones don't fuse but they'll hold themselves together using tension so as not to bend and hurt, and then after a while the joints either side of that, go, “ow, I've got to be used a lot more now because that middle bit doesn't bend”, so they join in and their muscles tighten up and before long it spreads all the way up the spine, top to bottom. The full length of your spine gets tension in the muscles. And this is quite tiring. And even if it doesn't come out as pain, you'll find if you get a lot of movement you get very tired. It's like holding a 2 stone weight in one arm all day, by the end of the day, you'll be worn out. It's no different because all the muscles in the spine are tensing all day using up all the energy. And the only thing is that when they are stretched like that it becomes like an elastic band that you can twang on it and it only takes a bit more pulling on it for it to snap. So that's what's been happening with your spine, it's been becoming all tensed up. So even though we did this relaxation a few minutes ago because I wasn't aware of this, I'm going to go over how I want your unconscious mind to work with this.
So I'd like your unconscious mind to now look down that spine and find all those muscles that have been holding in for fear of damage and for fear of causing pain, and I want them to just start to relax now, to put it back into the condition it was before, so you have the flexibility of it and all the strength and everything else it needs as and when you need it. So I want all your muscles in your spine, to relax, relax, totally relax and I want them to let go of that message of tension, because your back can now do whatever muscle tension it needs for whatever you are doing at the time, whether that's sitting upright, or lifting or whatever it does, just allow the proper muscle tension to do whatever it does. Not to hold on to anything, not unless there's any new damage of course. If it's old damage, just release everything for the time being, as all of your spine now can gently relax, relax, totally and absolutely relax, as all the tension drifts away. Like water trickling down your spine, just relax, now you told me about the hypersensitivity.
43.00 m MCS
Now the first instance you had was a genuine threat to you and you now understand that if you ever smelt those chemicals, that if you ever felt under threat again, that you needed to remove yourself immediately from that area, from that chemical. And it's highly unlikely that that thing were to happen again. But your immune system and anything else that relates to this has feared that traumatic event might come back and so you've probably become hyper-sensitive to things that are not harmful, to deodorants and sprays that everyone else uses, whatever. All these things, you are fighting too much for the fact that you had that previous trauma, so we want the unconscious mind now to learn the lessons that came from that, the cab that filled with ammonia in a small confined space, and possibly because you were driving, you didn't have the chance to say I can't drive this truck now. But in all other circumstances, if you feel this thing is dangerous to you, you can move away from it and I want your immune system and all that is associated with it to understand that from now on, whenever you smell anything or feel that something is odious to you that you have the chance to escape from it and your body can just produce enough antibodies, or whatever it needs to produce to fight off any damage that's caused by a small amount and then keeping it clear of it. At the moment, it's providing, like only a small amount of damage has been perceived, but it's sending out not just one guy to deal with it, it's sending out the whole army and navy and the air force, and they are shelling it and bombing it and this is just an over reaction based on that previous trauma. So if you take that lesson now from that previous trauma, and now let go of that previous trauma. You are in a more favorable position now, you exactly what that's like and you can avoid that and you can move yourself out of harms way. But any of those smells and things, you can just remove yourself from them and then your body doesn't have any problem and doesn't have anything to fight with. Now that your unconscious understands that, it will work better with you to only give you the appropriate signals that won't be attaching to that old trauma. So thank your unconscious for working with us today thank your unconscious for removing all that pain, including that pain that you didn't initially mention, and I'm sure it will work really well with you now, it's kept you alive. So open your eyes and come back into the room.
Trudy talks about the confined space, couldn't get out. Brain associated with a trapped feeling, not appropriate for when you are in a room.
S: Some people will have an immune system that will over-react to everything, and that's quite simple to get rid of if they realize that there was an initial trauma that made them feel like that. Like I met a woman once that a crop sprayer came over her school when she was about 5 or 6 and sprayed all the kids in the yard. Her brother had burns all over his body from it, and she's had asthma ever since and allergies to sprays, such as you, if she smells them. Her body now overreacts because it goes “a sprayer” its like tons come out, and her body goes, “if it's the crop sprayer again, we need all the antibodies”, and it's the antibodies that are causing the symptoms, it's the overreaction. Unfortunately we had this lady last week and I couldn't convince her that was the case and she needed my help.
We can turn off allergies and hay fever and things like that. It's always the initial trauma that you have gone through. The immune system learned a lesson, but it learned the wrong lesson. It didn't understand that you were confined in that cab and had to stay in there. And that when these things happen now you are not confined and can get away. So it's acting as if you are going to be trapped there for another 10 hours, so it's going to need a lot of antibodies to come out and that's what's affecting you. It's your system that overreacted. It's not the actual chemical. So I still want you to be aware, if you want to get out the room, get out the room. But I want your body to understand that you have escaped it and it's not doing any damage any more.
T: What reaction do you get when you have the sensitivity?
M: 'Cos I know now how it works, first case in the lorry, the polish, it was asthma that much, went to doctor's on a nebuliser first time.
S: Have you always been asthmatic?
M: Yes always since very young.
S: OK. Have you got another 10 mins?
2 nd MCS experience
Mick tells his story, he was in a lorry, cleaned out lorry, (cleaned with chemicals?) had an out of body experience, and couldn't think how to get around the roundabout, delirious, and missed turn, guy found him took him home.
51.7Asthma. Now all these things normally take hours, but I'm going to speak with your unconscious and see if there's anything at all we can do about that asthma. I know you are not stood up, so just nod your head for me for a yes. I just want to establish a yes from your unconscious. Do a sign for yes. Just relax. I'm getting a yes, can you see it Trudy?
S: I want your unconscious to understand now that when we get things like asthma when we are younger, sometimes, it unfortunately helps us to get attention or it gets us out of exams, or something like that, so although it's a horrible thing to have, we get some sort of benefit from it. And I want you to understand right now that whatever benefit, that is has long gone, you are not a child any more. It doesn't get you out of doing what you want to do. It just makes your life a blooming misery. So I want your unconscious to see that some of it about tension in your airways and obviously you've had these things happen in your lorry and all that, that you were on hyper-alert for. But I think that sometimes with asthma, it's about tension, and people with asthma, that tension gets transmitted in their lungs, perhaps in times of stress, which seems to go along with my theory. And I want the unconscious to understand that and to break any connection that has anything to do with connecting that stress to the lungs – the kind that tightens it all up making it feel like you can't breathe. You see unfortunately when you are a child, if you get tension in your lungs and you feel you can't breathe, you then start going “I can't breathe! I can't breathe! I can't breathe!” Now that is an instruction to your brain, because like I just told you about the way the unconscious works – it doesn't understand negatives. So when you are going “I can't breathe! I can't breathe! I can't breathe!” I can't breathe! It goes “You don't want to breathe? and it stops your breath“ And that makes it tighten even more, and then you go “I'm going to die now!” And it goes, oh I don't want you to die but I need to hold on even more to this tension. And a large part of that is what an asthma attack is, it's that fear that it's tightening up that makes it tighten up more. So I want you to lose that connection between tension in your life and tension in your lungs and just understand that whatever happens in your life, you have always breathed so far and you will continue breathing through any tension in your life, and the lungs will just relax and do what they do best, which is breathing in and out, in and out, in an appropriate way for whatever is happening at the time, and all those memories of asthma can just go away now because there are absolutely no benefits at all from asthma there's only problems from it, and any tension, is like a downward spiral, when you feel an asthma attack, and you reach out for your inhaler and you can't find it, then you panic, and it gets worse. And when you do have your inhaler, then it can loosen the lungs up and the brain goes “I just loosened the lungs up with my inhaler”. And I want you to feel now that you've got an inhaler in your hand and it will work automatically as and when you need it. As soon as there's any tension in your lungs that doesn't need to be there, it'll cut in and you'll not get into that state and it'll allow any tension to drain away to keep you safe. I want your unconscious to stop even getting to that state, so as soon as it recognizes any tension in the lungs, it'll enable breathing deeply and easily, however you want. So I want you to thank your unconscious. It's doing a good job and I want you to come back into the room.
S: I would normally spend about an hour each on these issues, so there may be some things still adjusting.
A lot of the time that people spend with therapists is to get the trust where they can reach right in and get to where we need to. To get in and then you are dealing with it and then you haven't got time really to finish off that process. Because I can get into your unconscious so quickly, that gives me all the time to work on it. And once I'm in, it's almost like just adding another to the list. I've had people before who've told me about one pain, or they have a list of 10 pains and I deal with it. So work with the main one and then as soon as I've proved it with them with the one that was really bad, then it allows me in to deal with the others. And the others go within seconds. So it's like lining up dominoes, the others are easy. Because your unconscious trusted me with becoming pain free, it's like what else can we do. You may not have realized that we could do it, but your unconscious popped that out so we could go “well let's check him out with asthma then!”. So that's how it works. How are you feeling now?
M: Ah, I feel great, really good really.
S: And that's why I do what I do.
M: Well we'll soon find out in the week won't we, as I try out different things in the week.
T: Don't go doing too much.
S: Thank you Trudy.
Take things steady for the next few weeks
Now there's a few things, because you have not been very active for some time, you've had to walk in different ways, hold yourself in certain ways, some of your muscles will have built up too much and some of your muscles won't have built up, so they might be a bit out of balance, so for the next few weeks, just take things steady and allow the muscles to relax a bit so it all comes back into balance. Now when you first stood up here, there was a very strange balance you stood in, like a cowboy. So I'd like you to stand up now, and look at the difference. (Mick Stands) .
T: The position of your arms as well, you were holding them out here, they are more to your body now.
M: Yeah, well before it was all right here (Mick holds his left hip) .
S: So this is going to cost you a hug. (All laugh and they hug). Right, thank you very much.
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