IN THIS ISSUE - For Everyone:(1) Today's Inspiration, (2) The Unseen Therapist At Work, (a) Father Anger, (b) What's Not Done Yet?, (3) Healing Benefits To Juna, (4) Articles/Videos To Review, (5) NEED MORE HELP?
For OEFT Course Members - ADVANCED:(1) Our Next Webinar, (2) Helping A Stranger And A Friend, (3) Practice Group Reminder
Today's Inspiration: Watch the first 5 or 10 minutes of this riveting interview and you will likely want to watch the whole hour.
Anke Evertz describes her Near Death Experience and, in the process, points to numerous happenings that parallel the essence of The Unseen Therapist. How many can you recognize? Submitted by Sharon Clegg
NOTE: This series is meant primarily for our OEFT Course Membership and assumes a special, High-End level of understanding. However, as a courtesy, I'm including it here for non-members as well in hopes that we might broaden the benefits for all. It should be well worth everyone's exploration. Enjoy.
Resolving Dave's Deeply Held "Father Anger"
A Full "Good Start" Session
Like many of us, Dave carries some deep anger within himself that begs for resolution. In this case, the anger is towards Dave's abusive father and, as you will see, it has a major hold on him.
It is easy to excuse all this academically by discussing that the father's abusive behavior is simply a reflection of the abuses, criticisms, rejections that he endured himself. But that's usually not enough. With Unseen Therapist's help we can move from an academic understanding to truly owning the deeper form of "father forgiveness" that is truly useful here.
Note, in the latter half of this video, how Dave and I work with Unseen Therapist to get a "Good Start" on this vital resolution. Very inspirational and useful for anyone with a similar resentment.
With The Unseen Therapist, we are able to achieve a long list of personal improvements. It's human nature, however, to discount these improvements because we tend to focus on "what's not done yet?" Thus we may have eliminated headaches, a phobia, disease symptoms, etc. but, because our shoulder may still be sore we tend to "forget" the earlier achievements and criticize the process because THAT symptom still gets our attention. The sore shoulder can improve, of course, but until it does we tend to lose sight of the big picture.
The Unseen Therapist Brings Healing Benefits to Juna
Kudos to Helle Gylling
Intro from Gary: Juna Shoulders had the privilege of working with Helle Gylling, one of Sheri Baker's current Certification students. As you will see below, even though Juna presented a very challenging case, Helle was able to handle it nicely.
This is to commend Helle Gylling who has truly moved me forward and that is why I am writing.
The vibration of the Unseen Therapist is so restorative, Her energy most comforting and gentle.
Before Helle, I had delved into my past in therapy and it has, unfortunately,
left me retraumatized with no true resolution. Working with the Unseen Therapist, however, on these very same issues has been uplifting!
I have gained perspective and, with Helle's help, have begun to work through a tangle of anger, fear and sadness. With Helle's guidance I have gained great compassion for myself and my family.
I have come to appreciate that love is at the core of everyone, myself included, and that it is the ultimate healing energy. It has given me respect for the journey that each of us is on. We all have so much in common
Many thanks for your assistance and the support you provide.
Our next Webinar: It will be on Sunday, November 21, at 10am Pacific time. It will be dedicated to Members' questions/comments about our Advanced Lessons, Self-Help Sessions, Challenging cases, personal uses or anything else that will help us climb our Stairway to Miracles.
This is where you get live support from me and immerse yourself in both our OEFT process and The Unseen Therapist. Lively exchanges. Entertaining, Highly informative. Customized to you.
Our topics this time will include:
A discussion on a Heavenly Habit idea.
Karen Kelley will describe an "urgent needs" idea for Practice Groups
Dr. Marion Bilich will give the highlights of her work to help orient Practice Groups. Solid ideas here.
The balance of our time will be a prime opportunity to explore your questions and comments. Write to me about them or bring them up at the Webinar.
Helping A Stranger And A Friend
"Finished, I opened my eyes and lifted my head. He was sitting straight in his chair, his face alive with confidence, his eyes, looking straight at me, were overflowing with gratitude. For just an instant we were totally connected. "
By Linda Brummett
A friend of mine was scheduled for an imaging procedure to determine if she had a cancerous tumor. She asked if I could drive her to the appointment as she was advised she shouldn’t drive afterwards due to a possible reaction to the dyes used.
We got there, she was checked in, and I took a chair in the waiting room. A few minutes passed when a Hispanic family came in. There was a man in a wheelchair surrounded by, I am guessing, his children and grandchildren. The man could not speak any English so a member of the family was trying to answer the nurse’s series of questions. This man was hunched over in the chair, his trembly body language was that of a doomed person. Understandable. In a facility like this where anxiety about the unknown and fear of death are common, emotions in a waiting room are not unusual.
Having been the one who coordinated all my Dad’s medical needs, for the last two years of his life, I could relate to this man’s situation. I closed my eyes and worked with The Unseen Therapist on his emotional and physical state, how would I feel in this man’s spot? I can’t remember exactly what I gave to The Unseen Therapist but it probably was something like this:
“What is wrong with me? Why am I here? I feel so intimidated and so alone. Do I have cancer? Do I need surgery? Am I going to die? If I die, what will happen to my family? Will I see my loved ones again? When will this pain go away? I feel powerless and helpless. I don’t understand when they talk to me. What if they give me the wrong things? I am terrified.”
When I finished giving all this to The Unseen Therapist to dispose of, I asked her to help the man to forgive himself completely for all this mess. I then asked her to use Love to fill all the voids caused by the removal of his negative emotions.
Finished, I opened my eyes and lifted my head. He was sitting straight in his chair, his face alive with confidence, his eyes, looking straight at me, were overflowing with gratitude. For just an instant we were totally connected.
Just then a nurse asked me to go back to where my friend was. They were having trouble inserting the die delivery devise in her left arm and it hurt so badly that she demanded they remove it. They brought me in to help calm her down.
Conversational EFT works well in this type of situation. I knew she was nervous about this procedure which probably was causing her to tense up. I had her tell me in detail what happened, at what point she felt pain, what was it about the procedure that upset her so much? Did she trust the staff? She did trust them and said she would agree for them to try again, this time in her right arm. I had The Unseen Therapist help my friend, and the staff, in getting the job done. It was flawless on the first try and there was no pain at all. Needless to say, everyone was very happy.
While the procedure was being conducted on my friend, I focused on sending love to her tumor to repair the cells to a normal state. A week later, when the test results were available, my friend’s tumor was found to be “encased” where the cancer cells were prevented from spreading to the rest of body. Later, it was an easy surgery and no chemo required. I cannot say this result was because of my effort as it may have been in that encased condition all along. Who knows? I am just thankful she is okay.
Practice Group Reminder: Our practice group facility regularly offers new opportunities to improve your skills. Please check it out in the Membership section of our website.
Note: Please consult physicians on all medical issues.