I had a very exciting thing happen over the weekend. I am a member of a yahoo email group for LDS women who are into natural healing methods, healthier ways of eating, etc. There was a post by a member asking for help for her friend's daughter. This daughter is pregnant with her 5th child and very, very nauseous, more so than she's been with her other pregnancies. Several women responded with the various treatments we've all tried--ginger, red raspberry leaf tea, essential oils, apple cider vinegar, chlorophyll, etc. These often help to take the edge off but never seem to get rid of it completely. So I posted that I knew of a relatively new method using energy work that was discovered by Dr. Bradley Nelson. I didn't give much detail, just said that if she was interested in having me try it, I needed her permission to muscle test the various energetic connections between herself and the baby.
Only 30 minutes after posting this I got a personal email from the pregnant mom saying that she was so sick and even though she didn't understand much of what the method entailed, she wanted me to try it. I was so excited to try it out. Granted, I had done the method on myself several weeks ago before I miscarried. While I think it worked, I can never be sure because the pregnancy ended before the nausea would have reached its peak (supposedly 8 weeks). Anyway, I went into my bedroom, locked the door so the kids wouldn't disturb me and after saying a very fervent prayer for help, I tested all the connections. This is how I explained the process to this lady:
"If you're not familiar with energy work this may sound really weird, but basically Dr. Brad found that morning sickness happens when there is a disconnection between the mother's brain and the growing baby. The process involves muscle testing the connections between the mother's brain and the fetus, the umbilical cord, the amniotic fluid, and the placenta. The connections go both ways, so there are 8 different connections to test for. Of those 8, you had 7 that were disconnected."
That's why she was so sick! (By comparison, when I did this on myself, I only had one disconnection and really no nausea.) The connections are restored by using magnetic therapy--a very quick process using any kind of magnet. It's truly amazingly simple and fast. So as soon as I finished I emailed her right back and told her it was done and to let me know if she felt any better. I checked my email periodically the rest of the evening but there was nothing from her. When I had prayed about doing it I had felt encouraged that it would indeed help her. I felt disappointed and figured she didn't notice any difference or she would have replied.
Well, late the next morning I finally got an email from her. This is what she said:
"Thank you so much for doing this for me. I had a relatively good evening and was feeling really amazed about it- I actually went out on a date which we had planned but I wasn't sure how it would work out! And then when I got home later I checked my email and saw your message. I definitely think it made a difference and I hope it wasn't just a fluke! I certainly still have typical pregnancy symptoms, like sensitivity to smells, fatigue, and sluggish digestion but most of the nausea is gone- I hope it lasts! I'm definitely interested in learning more about this when I have the energy to give to it. Thank you so much!!! And my family thanks you to!!!"
Is that so cool, or what? Dr. Brad has said that this method has helped every woman he has ever tried it on to either significantly reduce or, in most cases, totally eliminate their morning sickness. I am so excited to have had my first success with this. I hope to have many more, so if you are suffering from morning sickness or know someone who is and are open to the idea of energy work, please let me know so I can try to help you. The whole process really only takes about 15 minutes. I can do it by proxy so I don't have to even meet you, I just need your permission to muscle test the connections. Having had 7 and 1/3 pregnancies I know what morning (usually all day) sickness is like and I hate for any woman to have this debilitating nausea rob them of the joy of being pregnant. It doesn't have to be!