How to Cure Pain by Addressing the Underlying Emotional Issues (Part I)













When patients come to see a therapist, they expect a treatment that is "reasonable, logical and according to the so-called common sense." Usually our patients don't expect us to do a miracle cure in order to help them get rid of their pains. They are very aware of the fact that it takes time to cure a pain. It does not come by accident that the word "patient" derives from the Latin source and literally means that it takes patience if you are a patient.

On a subconscious level, though, a patient hopes that we can cure him in an instant, like it's done in anesthesia--he expects us to find the underlying cause for his pain, too. Pain is considered to be a warning sign that the body offers in order to look for the reason behind it.

I want to give you some case histories from my clinic in order to demonstrate how you can fulfill the patient's wish in a gentle, elegant and fast manner--namely to free the patient from his pain and finding out about the underlying cause of the pain at the same time. As a therapist I don't need any "special tricks" nor chemical weapons to get to the point. I only have to detect the hidden emotional conflict and then treat it with the help of especially designed homeopathic complex remedies. Even though this sounds incredible at first glance, we have overwhelming proof that it works. By detecting the emotional conflict I find the real cause for the pain.

I can treat that conflict virtually by putting the respective vial into the patient's subtle energy field--and if I pick the right medication, the pain will be gone in an instant in very many cases. Of course, this can't be a substitute for a real treatment, because it will take weeks of taking the homeopathic drops orally to dissolve the pain for good. My experience is that it's not sufficient to carry the medication with you in or on a vibration card--the patient's part in the healing process is that he really takes his drops twice a day for several weeks.

I want to give you an explanation how this phenomenon of instant relief works. In neural therapy according to Huneke, there is a phenomenon called Sekundenphänomen (second phenomenon) used for the disappearance of pain in an instant when the therapist does an injection somewhere in the body, frequently far away from the place where the actual pain is. Huneke discovered this phenomenon for the first time when he injected some ml of procaine into the vein of a patient suffering from migraines--and the migraines were gone instantly! This "instant relief" appears to everyone like some kind of miracle from the bible and therapists long for having that kind of success, because it's so exciting. Or as the saying goes, "nothing succeeds like success!" Unfortunately, the phenomenon of "instant relief" is very rare in daily practice. Dosch, one of the leading neural therapists, told me that he only experienced this phenomenon once during his entire life as a therapist.

The idea behind the Sekundenphänomen is that an irritation far away from the pain location--like a scar that irritates by its electrical depolarisation--becomes repolarized by the injection and comes back to balance and harmony. Thus the irritation is instantly neutralized, and all the effects it has been creating, disappear at once. Both therapist and patient are impressed by this miracle but it's just--to put it in a picture, as if an electrician was to plug in the main fuse, and suddenly all the lights in a house begin to shine.

On a deeper level of causes, though, it's the blocked flow of subtle energy that causes pain. Dr. med. Reinhard Voll, the inventor of electro-acupuncture (EAV), said correctly that pain is the tissue's cry for flowing energy.

We all know that emotional conflicts are an important cause for psychosomatic diseases like tension headache or irritated bowel syndrome. From my experience there are a lot more of emotional conflicts hidden behind symptoms and disorders in daily life we wouldn't usually think of. This means that emotional conflicts are more frequent than we would think. And this applies especially for all forms of pain! The reason is that emotional conflicts block the flow of subtle energy, and the larger the conflict becomes, the more the energy is blocked--and before long some tissue will start to complain--with pain because it lacks energy.

The emotional conflict blocks the flow of energy in a certain segment, and in a most specific way. This is why it's possible to detect a certain emotional conflict from the region where pain is occurring. For example it's the feeling of fury that blocks the segment of upper abdomen--that is connected to the 3rd chakra in energetic terms--and can stop the flow of gall, causing pain even without gallbladder stones. Or a feeling of defiance and resistance--that is connected to the 2nd chakra or the lower abdomen can cause backpain. The reason is that the pelvis muscles contract differently on the right side and the left side respectively, resulting in a block in the ileosacral joints.

The subconscious emotional conflict acts like a focus in the patient's subtle energy field because it blocks the flow of energy there and leads to pain in a certain segment of the body. If a therapist succeeds to neutralize the conflict energetically--e.g., by putting a certain test vial into the energy field of a patient--the pain disappears quite frequently within seconds! I could experience this with more than 50% of the painstruck patients in my clinic. (You can get the test vials from the Rubimed Company).

If you hit the right conflict, you can very often experience, just as I did, that pains go away within minutes. This is an important sign, too, that you really have found the right, actual conflict in that person. Some other patients report that their pains start to go away a little later--sometimes hours later, sometimes several days after they started taking their remedies (so called "emotional remedies"­ Emvita from Rubimed) depending on the individual constitution.


Continued in Part II


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  1. How to Cure Pain by Addressing the Underlying Emotional Issues (Part II) | Healing Base on December 9th, 2011 11:55

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