The Doctor is NOT in.

Oct 14, 2011

By Contributed by Katrin Julia Schubert, MD, CBI, PaRama, CBP

Reaching across the distance- BodyTalk in the intensive care unit

I love BodyTalk distance sessions! Just this morning I called the intensive care unit at the nearby university hospital in order to report a session to the mother of the girl I had offered a distance session to the night before. The daughter was suffering from acute bacterial meningitis with the usual severe headache, nausea and vomiting and a high fever.

The BodyTalk session brought up only two links, one relating to the flow of cerebro spinal fluid in the ventricles of the brain and a 'reverse' hydration relieving the cells of edema which then linked as a package to the pancreas and sugar metabolism. The second link was a very simple one: cortices to kidneys balanced/tapped for 10 minutes. Ah, the power of the simple link!

The mother had interviewed me the day before revealing her great skepticism of distance work. I told her about the long history of distance healing work dating back to the middle ages and that modern scientific research proved the healing effect of prayer. I explained to her the profound action of BodyTalk as it hones in on the very specific needs of the person receiving it and how this makes it even more effective. Her fear of her daughter deteriorating made her decide to ask for a session.

When I reported the details of the session to the mother the next morning she told me that the doctors had been concerned about her kidney function and taken late night tests. This morning there was much of an improvement. Even after 10 years of BodyTalk balancing people from a distance, I am still struck by the deeply beneficial results.

I have witnessed many other more dramatic cases. People have come off of life and breathing support and showed a marked increase in kidney function while in intensive care. This basic shift propelled them to better health. This has often happened after receiving distance BodyTalk and usually stimulated an upswing in health. I spent several years working in a surgical intensive care unit during my training as a medical doctor. Never had I seen such spontaneous improvements in physical functions as after distance BodyTalk session. This is why I love BodyTalk distance sessions.

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