TF:LVL2_M2 Phases of Healing

The Three Phases of Healing:

Many of our clients ask how long the healing they are receiving will last. My answer is always the same. If we have acknowledged and eliminated the source of the issue, then the healing should technically last indefinitely. However, if we have only focused on the acute pain area and the source is still being triggered, then the pain could return at some time in the future especially if the pain is brought on by inflammation.

This section will outline the three phases an energy (vibration) practitioner will use to work with a client who has chronic pain which may require multiple sessions to hopefully bring about a more permanent solution to return their body’s healing systems back to normal.

Practitioners at New Earth Healing Center use this three-phase concept to healing with the understanding that the journey is only starting when client lays on our bed for the very first time. Each client can leave the office without the pain that brought them to us, but our work is never complete. In order to ensure full healing potential, we have more work ahead of us. Let’s get started.

Phase One: Dealing with immediate pain

Most of our clients are motivated to schedule an appointment with us due to some area of pain they are no longer willing to ignore. Their goal (and ours) is to find immediate relief from pain, so this first phase is designed to focus on areas of pain and reduce the inflammation around the area to a level below the pain threshold.

The readers of this article should be aware that the protocols used at New Earth Healing Center focus on pain relief generally caused by inflammation, and we believe that most pain is caused by inflammation as the end result of some source that has triggered a chain reaction ultimately leading to pain.

We also primarily use weighted tuning forks and specific Tibetan singing bowls directly on the body using methods and protocols described in other articles and our classes. The focus of this article is on the three phases, but our examples for removing inflammation will be based on using the tuning forks to flush or release the inflammation. In most cases, the inflammation is released immediately in one session.

The concept of dealing with the pain area in Phase One is under the assumption that the practitioner has located a physical pain in the client’s body and a method to affect the reduction of inflammation is available. We must also consider that the reduction of pain might not be accomplished at the actual location of pain. For example, a client might have pain caused by a pinched nerve, and the reduction of inflammation at another location will relieve the entire nerve branch and essentially relieve the pain further downstream.

Since there is a possibility of having remote causes of pain, energy practitioners should be aware of the body’s physiology and how systems interact with each other. Our medical community will often focus on each of the body systems independently, so a specialist in one area will not necessarily know how another area is affected. We do not have the luxury of dealing with one system at a time because inflammation will cross all systems from the skin to the bones and into the cells without concern for boundaries. Each layer and system can be inflamed due to different and distinct sources as well.

When we focus on eliminating inflammation to relieve pain, we should consider what happens when pressure from swelling is released. Blood starts flowing more efficiently, nerves are now communicating, cells are communicating and responding normally, muscles are loosening, tendons are stretching, and our “fight or flight” responses are switching back into a non-stressed state.

At some point, inflammation was meant to be a part of the healing process. Unfortunately, our bodies become overwhelmed and cannot heal what is underneath the inflammation. Eventually, this inflammation becomes a threat to proper healing and ultimately becomes part of the usual suspects of chronic health issues. Inflammation could be the trigger for another problem further downstream.

Phase Two: Dealing with the trigger

Once we have the immediate pain relieved, we still have to consider the trigger or what caused the inflammation. In some cases, the trigger is not necessarily the overall source of the inflammation. Our body has cascading responses where one immune response triggers an action in another system. For example, a client could have pain from sinus pressure and we helped reduce the swelling and inflammation around the sinus cavity and the lymph nodes. However, the inflammation both inside the sinus cavity and the swollen lymph nodes in the face reappear after a few days because of something the client consumed. The action of eating a certain food becomes the trigger for the inflammation.

Some triggers that cause inflammation are food based, but others could be caused by the environment to include breathing in particulates or touching a substance like nickel. Yes, I’m referring to allergies and sensitivity to something that triggers what we would consider an “allergic reaction”. Not all allergic reactions are acute like with bee stings or coming in contact with peanuts. Allergies and sensitivities could cause chronic conditions and constant immune reactions leading to inflammation that never seems to go away.

Eliminating triggers could be a simple as a scratch test at a medical facility to determine allergies and sensitivities. If the client is not currently aware of any causes, now is the time to have a discussion of when and where the inflammation flares up. How long has it occurred? What changed in their life to cause the pain? Is it something the client is eating, breathing, or touching?

Knowing if the pain fluctuates or gets worse during certain events or a time of the day is very useful. Airborne allergies can subside with just a change in location. Food allergies or sensitivities can stay with a client throughout the day because toxins and substances are still being processed and affecting the body long after consumption. Ask as many questions as you can to determine what triggers to recommend that the client work on after the session.

The biggest triggers to cause inflammation fall into these categories. Field crops (soy, corn, wheat), dairy, processed sugars (high fructose and all sugars not from fruits), and highly acidic foods and drinks. One or more of these categories can be enough to set off a chain of events to trigger your body into becoming so overwhelmed that the body cannot protect itself from the ultimate sources of chronic, inflammation-based illnesses. Those ultimate sources of viruses, bacteria, fungi, or heavy metals are the subject of the third phase of healing and explained in the next section.

Another major trigger when it comes to inflammation and many associated illnesses has to do with malfunctions of the nervous system. We are not referring to defects within the physical nature of the nervous system but rather the interaction and relationship between thoughts and emotions to affect the tissues of the body through a cascade of actions beginning in the nervous system. Although this particular section of training is broad in scope, it is worth mentioning here the importance of recognizing the role that unproductive and unhealthy thoughts and emotions play in our illnesses.

Sound healing tools have been known to cause changes to the condition of the nervous system and bring rhythms into balance through entrainment and resonance. Singing bowls are the primary methods for prolonged influence from multiple locations around the body instead of one or two locations with other sound healing tools. As we consider the trigger aspect of healing, we should also focus on the thoughts and associated emotions as a possible recurring trigger for physical ailments like chronic inflammation.

Before we get to the next phase, we still need to determine one or more triggers by cutting them out one-by-one until there is an extreme change to the re-occurrence and severity of inflammation in the chronic areas of pain. When one of the triggers causing the inflammation is eliminated for a few days, the body will become more sensitive to the reintroduction of the trigger, and the client will have a more obvious awareness of the impact this trigger is having on the body.

Identifying triggers is all about systematic removal of certain categories of food from a diet or refraining from visiting a location or performing an activity. The third phase takes us directly to the ultimate source that, when combined with a trigger, can cause a domino effect of sustained immune responses and chronic pain because entire biological systems are overwhelmed with inflammation.

Phase Three: Dealing with the ultimate source

Influential leaders in the alternative healing community like cellular biologist, Dr. Bruce Lipton, have stated that “all humans are infected with toxic bacteria and viruses referred to as opportunistic organisms.” The Medical Medium, Anthony William, believes that most of our chronic health issues are based on viruses, bacteria, fungi, or heavy metals causing full system inflammation which sometimes leads to a diagnosis of “auto-immune.” Anthony uncovers some interesting links between inflammation and sources like the Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV) where the National Institutes of Health even confirms that “most people (about 95% of adults) get infected with EBV at some point in their lives” and confirms its role in auto-immune diseases.

If the ultimate source of our chronic illnesses really has been brought on by a virus, bacteria, fungus, or heavy metals, then the next step is to help the body return itself to a normally operating system. Or at least give our body a chance to heal itself in the best environment possible. We give it a head-start by healing an area of pain, but pain is at the end of the chain of actions for any illness that is chronic and due to inflammation other than a physical injury. Sources like a virus can overtake entire biological systems just like a computer virus can infiltrate an operating system and eventually spread into other programs as well.

Since we are not medical professionals, we do not have the luxury of running diagnostic tests to determine a source. We certainly cannot diagnose an illness, but we can suggest the introduction of an eating lifestyle that enhances the immune system and targets the removal of heavy metal or puts viruses back into a dormant state. Even though we might have assumptions as to the ultimate source, we can still help clients experience amazing results across the board by educating them on the best foods for the occasion.

There are several sources available for showing us what to eat in this third phase. From channeled sources, Edgar Cayce’s library is full of information on the subject of healing through foods, and Anthony William continues to educate us in food-based healing for chronic illnesses caused by these ultimate sources. There is also a lot of misinformation which causes confusion for our clients and keeps them eating the wrong things and preventing them from consuming the necessary foods to truly heal. What you tell your clients in this phase is from your best judgement, guidance, knowledge, and understanding of how the body cascades from healthy into chronically ill.

Healing a client from chronic pain is never a one-step process. If you have ever heard the phrase “pain is only temporary,” then you know that we should not be in pain 24-hours a day for years at a time. Thankfully, we now have the knowledge and capability to start with the removal of inflammation-based pain, buy the client some extra time to heal by eliminating the triggers, and help them with life-long health by shutting down the ultimate source of their illnesses. It’s time to give them their lives back. This is the ultimate gift of compassion.