Mother and Daughter

My daughter is one of the wisest people I’ve ever known. She sees the world so differently from the majority’s view.

When she was small she never colored carefully within the lines, Her grass was pink and her trees blue.

And, at the age of three she’d sit all alone in her room just thinking. Yes. Thinking. Not sure what she was thinking about. Kept herself occupied for hours.

At the age of  eighteen, while auditioning for dance schools she developed an excruciatingly painful back pain. The MRI revealed a herniated disk and we believed the doctor when he told her that the leaky disk was the culprit and source of the debilitating pain that had her crying herself to sleep at night.

That doctor told my daughter she could never be a dancer—as she had always dreamed of becoming.

Fortunately the Universe brought Dr. John Sarno into her life and she introduced me to his work. If you live with any chronic pain I highly recommend his books. Healing Back Pain is a good place to start.

In his work she found the cause, the real cause, of her pain – emotional hurt caused by multiple relationships in her life. Together she and I worked through the emotional upheaval between the two of us. Then she talked to the friends in her life from whom she felt disconnected due to behaviors she interpreted as hurtful or unresolved.

With every clearing she grew healthier and happier.

She really understood how the body is a metaphor for what goes on in the Spirit.

The doctors had sent her to physical therapy where the dancers from the Washington Ballet went to regain their health.

I remember the day she came to me and told me, “Mom. I want to cancel the physical therapy sessions. So long as I keep going I will not heal. I need to heal myself.” And she did exactly that. In fact she healed herself so well that she went on to dance on Broadway and venues across the country.

Today I told the chiropractor I was seeing for help with the numbness in my hands that I need not to see him any more . I told him he cannot heal me and I feel I need to stop looking outside myself for any healing as I am the only one who can allow and cause myself to heal.

Being the holistic practitioner that he is, he totally understood and helped me program my body to heal what I needed to heal to more easily pursue my dreams.

Thankfully I remembered that day with my daughter. It made sense to me to stop seeing this skilled and gifted doctor who cold have helped me regain comfort and feeling. But only I can heal me.

I love doing kinesiology on people because their Spirits tell us what is wrong—the entire emotional history of disconnects. They never have to try to remember events that exist out of their awareness. Spirit does that task handily.

I assist my clients in gaining health. I am so clear that I never heal anyone, They do that by allowing the healing to happen and  by determining what they need to do to live the purpose they came here to live.







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  1. Robin Hart CH.t says:

    I love this post, as a Hypnotherapist I completely agree, all healing is self healing. The subconscious mind is so power! We have an innate ability to heal, as long as we are congruent and know/believe in our possibilities. Miracles happen all the time!

    • ajb says:

      Thanks so much for your comment, Robin. I usually decide something and get it right away. This time I find myself using the numb hand and telling myself I am feseing what I am doing: holding the pot, washing the dish, etc. By adding the verbal message I feel the change coming into my reality. I could not hold anything for a while so I know this works.
      Of course I know how much I need to clear and connect with my Spirit as well as disconnect from others’ spirits, to get fully where I am heading. 🙂

  2. I LOVE this post. I too believe in our ability to know what is best to heal ourselves. I am also blessed with a daughter that teaches me, as much if not more than I teach her about life and how it should be lived.

    Your clients are lucky to have you! All the best to you…

    • ajb says:

      Thank you so much for sharing and your kind words, Teddi. I worked with kids and with parents for so many years and always honored the wisdom in very young people. Those who see kids as vacant vessels to fill with their own beliefs (and of course their beliefs are always right, yes?) miss out on so much!
      I once shared a poem on the wisdom of children in a poetry group . One of the older women blew up exclaiming, “Children have no wisdom!” Phew! What I learned is she has very bad relationships with her adult children. How how do you suppose that happened?

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