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by Pamela and Hugh to further develop the ideas and techniques you've
read in the book. Find out how to correct your allergies in people
and pets. Learn more about hypnosis, past lives and much more.
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Balancing to all allergens has been of tremendous
help to our clients with arthritis, asthma, and diseases involving imbalanced
immune systems. A client of Pamela´s was successful in healing Lyme´s
Disease due to tick bites with a combination of this method and two sessions
of hypnosis work to bring the immune system back into balance.
How long allergy relief lasts with this method is not
yet clear as I have only been using it with myself and my clients for
thirteen years. Most clients have, in these thirteen years, remained allergy
symptom free to those allergens to which they have been balanced. Other
clients have had to be re-balanced to specific allergens when their immune
systems have become compromised by stress, illness, or an overwhelming
exposure to that allergen. For instance, clients of ours living along
golf courses sometimes need to be re-balanced to grass when the golf course
is scarified. The same is true for some clients who have been balanced
to dust and then been caught out in the open in a dust storm. I, myself,
have to be re-balanced to mesquite pollen when it comes in bloom once
a year as we sit beneath that tree every morning. Pamela, on the other
hand, was also allergic to mesquite pollen, but she has not had to be
re-balanced to it in the six years since I balanced her. Re-balancing
takes less than a minute.
Balancing to allergens is like any other healing in that
encouraging the immune system to right itself may be all that was needed.
However, when an emotional need for allergies is present or a subconscious
belief in the inevitability of allergies remains, the allergy symptoms
may return. For subconscious belief in allergies, EMDR or hypnosis or
a combination of these will usually be sufficient. For an emotional need
for allergies, regression therapy is effective.
Although it would naturally be upsetting to the allergy
drug companies and to those labs who specialize in expensive testing for
allergies, I would like to share - not sell - my method. As it is a non-medical
process it can be used by many in the healing arts and sciences, but I
intend to teach this method only to professional therapists and doctors.
While it is a simple method and can do no harm, it is also a method that
requires careful intake and investigation if all the allergies are to
be discovered and balanced and all emotional factors eliminated. Partial
relief may come with the balancing of only some allergies, but all allergies
must be balanced for complete relief. It´s also important to discern
between toxins and allergens. Reactions to toxins cannot be corrected
by this method. Fortunately, the body can itself indicate through this
method whether a substance is toxic to it or merely an allergen. For instance,
we find white sugar is toxic to many and should be avoided by those people.
For other people, it is an allergen to which the immune system can be
balanced. The same is true with sugar substitutes.
I have already taught this method to a few doctors
(one of those an allergy specialist) who came to me for relief of their
allergies. However, they have been afraid to use it with their own patients
as they don´t understand how it works and could not, therefore,
explain it to their medical boards. I can explain it. Even if the medical
boards don´t accept that information, as much of it is based on
meridian flows, they can easily see its benefit when they experience it
for themselves. As it´s non-toxic, non-invasive, and very inexpensive,
it would be of enormous benefit to millions of people who suffer needlessly.
I would love to see every medical practitioner in the land using it.
In ancient China medical practitioners had great incentive
for keeping their patients in good health as they were paid a steady income
as long as those they served were well. When a person became ill, that
person´s family ceased to pay the doctor until he or she became
well again. This situation propelled those who practiced medicine to investigate
and develop ways of keeping the body healthy and balanced. Keeping the
meridian flows of their patients flowing and in balance was one of the
most important of those ways for the meridian flows are important not
only to the immune system but to all the systems of the body and brain.
Meridian flows are strongly affected by thoughts and
emotions. Negative thoughts and emotions can block or diminish these flows,
thus depriving the organ associated with that meridian of necessary life
energy and leading to weakness or disease in that area of the body. With
Dr. Thie´s technique it is possible to quickly and comfortably discover
which meridian flows are weak and the thoughts and emotions weakening
Dr. Jacobs and I refined Dr. Thie´s techniques
to uncover the experiences creating the thoughts and emotions weakening
the meridians. Working with our refined techniques, Warren and I discovered
I was unable to allow myself an ongoing, satisfying, and fulfilling relationship
past a certain length of time with a woman due to feelings of guilt, shame,
and anger that I´d carried forward from my negative childhood sexual
experiences. These experiences had locked me into the subconscious belief
I did not deserve happiness in my intimate relationships. I would subconsciously
choose women that would bring me the unhappiness I inwardly thought I
deserved. To complicate matters, we discovered I also subconsciously believed
all women to be betrayers. My subconscious pattern of behavior was one
of "setting up" the women in my relationships to betray me so
the relationship would end. If a woman was loving and caring, I would
subconsciously begin to act in ways that would eventually cause her to
be unloving and uncaring. Towards the end of the relationship I would,
sometimes deliberately, cause them to become so angry at me they would
either break up with me or wouldn´t feel too badly when I left them.
After discovering what is undesirable in ones self,
the next step is to change it. Although Dr. Jaycobs possessed superior
therapeutic skills, he worked with the body, not the mind. I needed a
hypnotherapist. More, I needed a hypnotherapist with my understanding
and knowledge of sexual abuse and my level of therapy skills in working
with it. I began to program attracting such a person.
I have trained, through my state approved school of
hypnosis and hypnotherapy, hundreds of students. These have included medical
doctors, chiropractors, therapists, teachers, journalists, business people,
sales people, sports professionals, retirees, "alternative" healers,
and metaphysical seekers. Some of my many students established their own
practices in hypnosis and hypnotherapy. Others put their new knowledge
and skills to good use in their professional and personal lives. People
have come from all over the country to train with me, but Pamela was the
first to come from Hawaii. All of the people I have trained have been
special in some way, but Pamela was extraordinary. She was one of those
students that seem to "soak" up everything. I had the sense I
wasn´t teaching her, just reminding her of things she already knew,
but had temporarily forgotten.
When Pamela began working with volunteers brought into
the advanced classes for supervised sessions, I was startled to observe
in her a natural and gifted therapeutic manner that closely matched my
own. Further, she seemed to possess an innate knowledge and understanding
of the mind that took her beyond what she had learned in class. I was
excited by her abilities and began to talk with her about her plans after
graduation from the school.
She was, she informed me, a writer with a life long
interest in metaphysics and the mind. While she´d planned to use
hypnosis in some way, she´d not really considered full time work
in the field. Somewhat startled to find herself so gifted, however, and
buoyed by my supportive enthusiasm for her abilities, she was considering
opening a hypnotherapy practice when she returned to Honolulu. I was thrilled.
As a teacher nothing is more exciting than to see gifted students embrace
their gifts and training to use them for the benefit of others. I was
trying to think how I could teach her even more of what I knew in the
short time remaining when it occurred to me that Pamela might well be
the one to write the book I had long planned to write.
I am an able writer, but hardly enthused by the process
of writing. I lack the temperament, the patience, and the time for re-writes,
a necessary process in writing a book. I suggested to Pamela that, in
addition to establishing a practice, she might be interested in writing
a book of my work - specifically a book on sexual abuse. In that way,
she would have access to my written notes, tapes of sessions with clients
who had agreed to share their stories, and could even observe sessions.
It would be a way of sharing as much of my knowledge with her as possible
and getting that knowledge out to all who would benefit from it. Pamela
enthusiastically agreed. After graduating from the school she began a
short internship with me. Then, taking with her the notes, tapes, and
books she would need, she returned to Hawaii.
Over the next two years, we would collaborate often,
both on the book and on her growing clinical practice. As I listened to
her telephoned reports and read the pages of the book sent back to me,
I noted with pride her growth as a therapist and her increasing knowledge
of the mind. I noted, also, her increasing contributions to the book and
was bemused when she announced, rather defensively, that it was now "our"
book. I chuckled inwardly and wondered that it had taken her so long to
In the meanwhile, I continued with my own work which
seemed to be moving in a new direction. Many of my clients had always
been referred by doctors and other therapists, but the practitioners were
now bringing in these people themselves in order to observe my work with
them. I had further refined the techniques Dr. Jacobs and I had refined
from Dr. Thie´s techniques, naming my refined process Neuro-Muscular
Response, or NMR. Using NMR, it became possible to access information
from all levels of the mind - cell consciousness, conscious level, subconscious
level, emotional levels, ´inner child´, past life memory banks
- and from the Higher Self. Clients could differentiate between "truths",
"programmed beliefs", and "false information." We could
discover in one morning or afternoon session all that was out of balance
in their bodies and their lives and what needed to be done to regain the
balance. Frequently, the one being tested would comment: "Wow! I´ve
just found out more about myself in a couple of hours than I´ve
discovered in years of treatment!" Sometimes the NMR would indicate
that working with my techniques was the best method of recovery. Sometimes,
it would indicate other techniques and methods. On rare occasions, just
discovering what was wrong was all that was needed for the healing or
change to occur!
I believe in, and teach, the wisdom of using all of
the treatments the body and the mind require or desire. I do not like
the terms "mainstream" or "alternative" healing. I prefer
the term "compatible" or "holistic" healing. Holistic
Health is the awareness that the body and the mind are one and must be
treated as one. No process has all of the answers. We must encourage our
sharing with one another the knowledge we each gather and link that knowledge
for the good of all.
As my professional practice began to change direction,
so did my personal life. My second wife, Merrien, and I, recognizing we
had grown apart, agreed to divorce. After a period of turmoil and anger,
we parted as friends. She had been a large part of the success of my practice
and my school. An amazing woman, she had lifted herself out of the despair
of her childhood and beyond the damage of her abusive first marriage.
She had endured, in that marriage, twenty years of violent abuse at the
hands of her husband. When she finally was able to leave him, he broke
into her home, intent on murdering her and their children with a gun he
had brought. Trying to stop him, her oldest son accidentally killed his
father. After that, she slowly and painstakingly rebuilt her life. She
let nothing stop her, not even a devastating stroke a few years later.
When told by her doctors she would never walk again
and that her sight, hearing, and speech would remain badly damaged, we
began working with all the healing techniques I knew. She healed completely
and became a powerful force in our community. Even working full-time to
promote and support my work, she was active on several community boards
and spoke (despite a previously paralyzing fear of public speaking) to
numerous clubs and organizations about abuse. Invited to speak, with her
children, on the Oprah Winfrey show, she received a generous donation
from Oprah for the building of a shelter in Coachella Valley for abused
women and their children. She, and I, served on the Board that got the
shelter built - thanks to the support, help, donations, and work of many
members of the community. That shelter - Shelter From The Storm - is now
actively serving many women and children in our Valley.
Oprah was also instrumental in encouraging Merrien
to write a book on the story of her abusive first marriage. Merrien did
write her story and that book, Twenty Years To Life, is certain to help
many understand more clearly and intimately how abusive marriages work
and why they can´t work as long as the abuse is going on. I am certain
her story will inspire others to leave abusive marriages while they still
survive the abuse. I am very proud of Merrien Helton Harmon and it was
with a mixture of sadness and joy that I watched her go. Sadness because
the sharing of our lives was over, and joy that each of us was facing
new and exciting change.
My change involved Pamela. During the two years of
collaboration by phone and letter, we´d grown to appreciate each
other´s energies more and more. Now that I was divorced, it seemed
a good time to discover if our mutual appreciation was destined to be
more than the professional collaboration of good friends. So Pamela moved
to the desert and joined me. Thus did a new chapter in my life begin.