Thirty Years of Pain continued
With my instructions, "Go back to the source experience for your pain," she described being on an operating table. Two doctors were operating on her while she was anesthetized. However, some part of her awareness heard everything the doctors were saying during the operation. I directed her to find - and to repeat - any words spoken by the two surgeons which tied in with her chronic pain. After a couple of breaths, my client repeated the older doctor's words to the younger doctor: "She must have a lot of pain with this."
It turned out that the older surgeon was training the younger one, and he said these words as an opinion and assumption. It was only a comment and was not even directed to the patient. For this older doctor, it was only a passing thought, but for my client, these words translated into an order to experience chronic pain for thirty years!
Incidentally, the woman's pain disappeared by the end of her PLR session!
Many Hospitals Could Do a Lot Better
It is evident, and now well established, that doctors and staff comments in the operating room can affect the patient who is anesthetized. This knowledge has led to research and accepted practice, in some cases, of putting earphones on the patient. These earphones block out all comments made in the operating room. Also, relaxing music and/or positive healing statements can be sent to the patient's mind through the earphones. This method of surgery has proven to be most beneficial to patients by reducing complications and healing time. I wish it were universally accepted in all operating rooms!
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