Case 1:

Issue:

50 year old mother distressed by the actions of her 16 year old son.

Findings:

The strength and persistently high degree of influence exerted by the Mother archetype, which had been a boon in the past for each, had become an impediment in the lives of the woman, and her son.

Resolution:

I removed the Mother archetype.

Results:

The night following our work the woman dreamed of birthing her son and placenta. She experienced postpartum depression for the next two weeks. On the morning the two weeks ended she awakened well. She walked into the living room seeing her son there. For the first time since falling pregnant she felt like a separate person. He felt like a separate person. Each was no longer connected in a burdening way—but rather in a strengthening way. She also realized that her son had not been being difficult the past two weeks. He looked relaxed in his skin—the way a child looks who knows he is loved. Two years out from that change-work each are doing well.

Comments:

We are not the various archetypes through which we express ourselves. Think of them as Apps on the platform of the operating eco-system of self. When needed we downloaded unawares. When no longer necessary we need to consciously, with proper help, delete them from our system.

Sidebar:

I’ve removed the Mother archetype from many women with grown children. This process is energetic and not psychological; yet, the resultant changes impact parent and child energetically, psychologically and physically. Removing the archetype frees parent and child to expand into their lives with greater ease. I’ve not removed the Father archetype from men as it functions differently. Should I see the relevance of doing so, I will.

 

Case 2:

Issue:

28 year old woman cannot keep a job.

Findings:

The woman was fully embodying her feminine-gender-essence, which itself is uncommon. Women in our world are not supported in doing so. See Comments within this case.

Resolution:

I had her remove and replace her feminine-gender-essence from her body and field several times. This provided her with contrasting experience enabling her to become consciously aware of the presence and absence of the feminine-gender-essence. I then had her embody masculine-gender-essence. Placing and removing it several times. Providing awareness. I had her explore different blends of feminine- and masculine-gender-essence—different ratios if you will. I instructed her that working in companies or organizations necessitated the embodiment of a certain minimum degree of masculine-gender-essence. It is responsive to the male models on which workplaces are predicated.

Results:

Though the woman literally cringed at experiencing the embodiment of the full masculine-gender-essence—for she truly favored experiencing and expressing the feminine—she realized that she could—if she had to—embody the smallest workable ratio of the masculine to get and keep a job. She realized the imperative of flexing sufficiently to provide for herself.

Comments:

Gender-essences are the province of the Mystery. They are separate and distinct from our energetic eco-system, personal psychology and physical body—though, when embodied impact us significantly in helpful or unhelpful ways depending on the moment and context. The feminine-gender-essence goes away when it is subjected to time-based demands and deadlines. It goes away when the woman (or man) feels ‘hurried’. We can move quickly or go fast when necessary and the feminine-gender-essence can and will remain, but I repeat, when ‘rushed’ or ‘hurried’—she’s out of here. The feminine-gender-essence uses her power indirectly. When circumstances of the moment (whether the workplace or not) demand direct power deployment, she feminine leaves. If a person, in this case, this 28 year old woman, has a working relationship with the masculine-gender-essence, those energies will come to the fore enabling her to deploy her power directly or to decide and act with all necessary haste. If she has an inadequate relationship with the masculine, as in her case, she cannot do what the moment asks of her.

 

Case 3:

Issue:

50 year old business executive experiencing hormonal imbalances

and wanting “to feel like a woman again”

Findings:

To succeed in business this woman formed a bond with her masculine-gender-essence to such an extent that she unwittingly and slowly—incrementally—disassociated herself from her feminine-gender-essence, her body and the psychological patterns generally associated with being a woman. She worked too hard. Was successful. Financially OK. Unhappy. Unfulfilled.

Resolution:

Introductions to her body and feminine-gender-essence were made in the non-ordinary energetic aspects of her invisible eco-system. Processes of reconciliation were undertaken enabling her to reacquire an ecological rapport with her body and the feminine-gender-essence. The masculine-gender-essence was honored and was given an emeritus position and role. The professional persona was honored and then introduced to the person—the woman—then the professional persona was reintegrated into the woman. This enabled the woman to go to work in possession of the requisite skills. The woman was also given homework consisting of:

1) dancing by herself daily by letting her body move as it wanted to, if only for five minutes when returning home from work. This enabled her to come back into her body. To preferably do so in a skirt that moved as she moved. The skirt’s motion invited her to begin becoming aware of the movement and contours of her own energy system.

2) to take an Essence, Tantra, Hula, Belly or equivalent dance class taught by women, with only women in the class, at least once a week and to do so for at least two years.

3) to identify what she loves doing, that is fun and creative, and to do it regularly and consistently whether or not she is good at it   

Results:

She did her homework and within two years left the corporate world to do something entrepreneurial. At last report she was happy.

Comments:

This is a suitable beginning for many women in similar circumstances.

 

Case 4:

   

Issue:

36 year married woman, mother of one wanting another child—and is not falling pregnant

Findings:

1) My client’s mother had had an extraordinarily difficult delivery with her second child vowing never to have another. 2) My client had a last moment c-section with her first child though she wanted a vaginal delivery. 3) My client was conflicted and fearful regarding a former sex partner with whom she yet worked. 4) She and this man remained energetically entangled and continued having casual sex energetically—albeit outside of her awareness.

Resolution:

Unwanted energetic connections were severed between my client and her mother freeing my client from living out unconscious fears of a difficult birth and her mother’s decision of no more children. My client feared another c-section. The energetic entangling connections were removed. Her ongoing energetic sexual rendezvous were ended and their bonds released.

Results:

The woman fell pregnant within six weeks of our work.

 

Case 5:

Issue: 62 years, married, father of two, diagnosed with lymphoma.

Findings:

35 years previously my client’s wife had had a miscarriage. To him, the miscarriage was a medical circumstance not warranting grief. In this he failed to appreciate the rightfulness, healthfulness and validity of his wife’s sense of loss, pain and grief. Distance ensued between he and his wife.

Resolution:

My client was unaware of being conflicted about the loss of his child; about seeing his wife’s loss and suffering, and about the distance that began in their relationship at that time. We surfaced these issues and cleared them by changing the entangling Lines of Intent that kept the consequences of his old thinking in place—those preventing him to grieve.

Results:

A year later my client reported that his cancer was in remission. He said further that although he had no concrete evidence that our work had been the difference that made the difference, he said that his sense was that our work was hugely significant in moving him into wellness.

 

Case 6:

Issue:

35 year old married woman and her 50 year old husband wanted a child but were failing to fall pregnant.

Findings:

The non-ordinary realities of the couple revealed that in the past the husband sold illegal and contaminated drugs causing significant difficulties and injuries for many people.

Resolution:

In the non-ordinary realities, my client, the husband, took responsibility for the injuries he had perpetrated. In honoring the injured, and taking back his burden of the guilt — relieving the others of it—and through offering his remorse, he cleared entanglements of Intent thus freeing himself and his wife from the karma of his actions.

Results:

Within two months, they were pregnant.

 

Case 7:

Issue:

50 year old woman wanting relief from a presence and weighty pressure she’s felt around her all her life

Findings:

The woman’s mother had been raised in an orphanage. During those years the mother had fallen prey to the bullying and had been repeatedly raped by an older boy. My client, was carrying the vaginal pain, guilt and indignity of her mother as well as her rage and grief.

Resolution:

The injuries of the mother were acknowledged in the non-ordinary realities; knowing that one cannot process the experiences of another, the weight of the injuries were returned to the mother; the energetic entangling Intent lines were severed freeing the woman from the fate or karma of the mother. The perpetrating boy received the burden of guilt that was his to carry. The mother and daughter realized that they were unsullied. That their beauty, dignity and innocence can never be severed.  

Results:

For the first time in my client’s life she felt free and lighter and more comfortable in her own skin. She sought vaginal osteopathy to clear remaining trauma from her body.

 

Case 8:

Issue:

50 year old man frustrated because his home (in a good location and during a good market) is not selling.

Findings:

The home is in a country that endured ethnic cleansing several decades before. Non-ordinary field explorations revealed a mass grave to be present on his land.

Resolution:

Non-ordinary lines of Intent connecting those interred to their families, culture and killers were severed by energetically acknowledging and honoring the experience and fate of all parties to the conflicts and hostilities—including friend and foe, countryman, governments, combatants and non-combatants, and so forth. Also honoring and acknowledging the land, and all prior deed holders.

Results:

The home sold within two months.

 

Case 9:

Issue:

40 year old woman confined to a wheel chair from a car accident 15 years before—was profoundly unhappy and feeling trapped.

Findings:

5 generations before the woman’s grand, grand, grandmother had forced her daughter to wed a man she neither loved nor wanted. The daughter was forced to wear black at her wedding—a punitive consequence of suspected dalliances with the man the daughter loved. …the man the mother distrusted and thereby forbade the daughter to marry.

Resolution:

In non-ordinary energy, the weight of the injury grandmother had inflicted was returned to the grandmother—ending the atonement/rebalancing energetic system requirement. The injury and suffering of the one who had to wear black was acknowledged and honored and her blessing requested and received. The daughter’s was made aware of her innocence, dignity and beauty—that she, herself, was unsullied. My client apprehended her fate as an atonement.

Results:

My client felt immediate relief and freedom. “Like a huge weight and cloud had lifted.” My client remained in her wheel chair of course yet for the first time since the accident, she acknowledged to herself that the paralysis in her body was real and present. Her feeling of being trapped evaporated and happiness found her.

 

Case 10:

Issue:

33 year old straight man regularly crossdressing and picking up men in bars had fallen in love with a woman and wanted to have erections with and make love with her.

Findings:

The women in the man’s maternal line—carried misunderstandings about sexuality—religious influence, in part, and carried mixed messages about what it means to be a woman and sexual being. The mother wanted to know that she had the feminine power to capture the attention of men—if she chose was being enacted by her son, my client.

Resolution:

Cleared energetic entanglements (DNA/muscle memory) with mother and women in her line. Then cleared arousal associations with men and anchored them to women, generally, and the woman he was in love with in particular.

Results:

Eleven year history. Had been in a ‘good’ relationship with the woman for three years before each went their own way. He continued dating women and had not crossdressed or pursued men since our work together.

 

Case 11:

Issue:

42 year old never married woman ‘always dating the wrong men…can’t find the one.

Findings:

Mother not strong enough to properly parent or partner with her husband. Father not strong enough to support family.

Resolution:

I had my client’s soul feel the rage and grief of paralysis of life’s circumstance—then energetically release the rage and grief of the family and herself—cleared her system’s rage and grief against the Fates/karma/God/the gods. Cleared all energetic connections and bonds with ancestors and family of origin, save for the human lineal hookup. Then cleared all bonds with everyone she’d had sex with—and cleared their energy from her system; this also included ending and releasing all non-ordinary energetic sexual partners, whether causal or love-based. Lastly, we removed the Love Model which unconsciously informed her what love is in herself and others—then downloaded, personalized and installed the right Love Model for her. I asked her to read Alison Armstrong’s The Queens Code, which she did and adjusted her understanding of men and how she’s undermined her intentions.

Results:

Unseen burdens fell away. Strength came to her from Life itself. The woman has a sense of self confidence. Is curious and excited. Her next two to three months were quiet and peaceable and then ‘out of the blue’ she met the ‘right’ man. Three and one-half years into this relationship she knows each is the right person for the other.

 

Case 12:

Issue:

50 year old woman with energy lover – feels guilty regarding husband — wanted to end energy sex relationship

Findings:

With prolonged lapses in emotional and physical intimacy with her husband, my client connected with a man in the non-ordinary (energetic) realms that suffuse us in our lives. There she and the other man would rendezvous for casual sex.

Resolution:

Working neither psychologically nor physically—instead—in the non-ordinary—my client acknowledged the man for their interactions and released the energetic bond keeping them tethered/connected. Further, in energy, my client released Lines of Intent from the man and declared their interaction over, finished. Done. She put boundaries in place that were not to be trespassed. She would not intrude in another’s life nor would she permit intrusions into her system of self and marriage.

Results:

A multi-year followup revealed that my client had no more encounters with that man or others. She and her husband had more frequent intimacy. She was happy.

 

Case 13:

Issue:

She 43/he 53–married 20 years—young children. Unhappy. She’s resentful. He’s enraged. Surface level friendship. No intimacy.

Findings:

The man had an ‘incomplete reaching-movement’ (attachment disorder) rendering all attempts at giving and receiving love incomplete. He, stuck in his own rage, and that of his father which rendered his anger particularly self-righteous. She, a daddy’s girl and unseen by and disconnected from her mother—married her husband because he asked her. The wife wanted to end the marriage. The husband did not. And, were she to leave him, she’d receive nothing from their home, savings or investments nor any support from him.

Resolution:

Arranged and effectively facilitated a safe, dignified and respectful mediation process to emotionally decontaminate their relationship. Clarified where each stood and what each wanted. Completed the husband’s reaching out movement enabling him to experience loving another and being loved. Energetically disconnected the woman from her daddy, properly connecting her instead with her mother. Shifted husband’s perspective so he could see that his wife was entitled to one-half of their assets, and that providing for his children was in everyone’s best interest.

Results:

The couple’s relationship became caring and affable. They divorced. Assets split amicably. They collaboratively and cooperatively coparent their children—supporting one another in their respective lives.

 

Case 14:

Issue

: 46 year old married menopausal woman, no children, with endometriosis.

Findings

: Woman highly conflicted as she did not want children with her husband, but those of another man — but remained faithful to husband

Resolution

: The woman acknowledged her inner conflict—her secret desire—and her angst with her husband via the non-ordinary to her husband. (And to herself dropping her inner resistance.)

Results

: Woman’s gynecologist was present as the woman and I worked. The doctor and woman agreed to wait and observe and run tests within a few weeks. The woman hoped to avoid a hysterectomy. We will see.

Comments

: Woman was conflicted. She had wanted children with someone other than her husband. There is a relationship wanting children with someone other than husband often has the consequence of endometriosis where cells which normally grow only in the uterus grow in her pelvis. This symbolizes broader availability.

 

Case 15:

ISSUE:

80 + year old female troubled by her relationship with her daughter, eldest child. Three younger brothers.

FINDING

: Client’s mother anxious, indecisive, expected different things from life. Overwhelmed. Unsupported by her husband and had a distant father. Wanted a different life. Unable to cope. Daughter overbearing, speaks for everyone. Cocky, angry. Feels like everyone is in her way.

RESOLUTION:

Removed father’s wound. Father admits his inability to care for his wife and children. Offers remorse. Daughter gets to have her rage – soul screams – owns the indignity of her experience as a child. As she does she becomes smaller and smaller energetically without being diminished. Prostrates to her mother and her father. Parents stand together. All 4 children bow to their parents. Mother experiences peace with a quiet yet powerful strength. Children take their rightful place.

RESULTS

: Client (80+ year old woman) has sense of relief—“a weight has been lifted”.

 

Case 16.

ISSUE:

Fifty year old woman acknowledges her victim story. She knows she has tools to combat this and that she has choices, but continues to default to victim. Is worried that it is harming her current relationship.

FINDINGS:

Client – woman feels great shame without awareness of its source. Feels tight and rigid.

RESOLUTION:

Birth is represented. Client cannot look at birth. Things feel stormy and cold. Maternal grandmother is represented. She cannot look at birth. Cannot speak. Paternal grandmother is represented. Detached. Dark. Feels sorrowful and rage. Client is directed to have her soul scream—inaudible to those of us present. The scream is both personal and transpersonal. This expression clears emotions linked to her traumatic birth, and later failures in getting her needs met.

 

Clearing emotions allows her then to connect with beauty. “Inside each of us there is a soul fury.” —Shams. Grandfather sad and regretful. He and his wife bow to each other. She offers remorse for her feelings of contempt toward him. Grandmother offers remorse to her daughter. Client feels her rage and throws a soul tantrum—releasing pressure within her system. Client prostrates to grand mother and great grandmother. Mother to client: “I wasn’t strong enough; there was not enough of me to go around.” Client gave back what she was carrying that belonged to her mother.

 

Maternal great grandmother begins to open and falls into the pregnancy. Client’s shame is released. For the first time she feels her belly opening. She feels centered and calm. Feels grateful for her life. Looks to the future with confidence. Feels Gratitude for life

RESULTS:

Client has a sense of relief. She feels lighter than she remembers feeling. Tension is gone from her body. She feels expanded. Buoyant.

 

Case 17:

ISSUE:

Woman in her sixties. Widowed 6 years. Two daughters. Difficulties between them. Older one named Joy—she is not joyful. Mother wants her to be released from the burden of the name. Feels sadness and concern for her daughters.

FINDINGS:

Mother disconnected form her feelings. Older daughter has a bubble of protection around her. Very pissed off. Calls her mother a bitch. She is caught between the parents and feels unseen. Mother angry with the father. Father rigid. 

RESOLUTION:

Mother and father face each other. Mother tells her husband “Unhand my heart. Loosen your grip. I entrusted you with my heart and my love. Release the vice on my heart NOW!” Father remains closed but exposed. Mother feels stronger and says, “The lover in me sees the lover in you and the fucker in me sees the fucker in you. I miss the lover. I see that was scary for you. I am sorry.” Father demanded that mother give him back his balls. Says to his wife, “I was not strong enough to be your lover.’ Prostrates to his wife. They face each other and honor the love that they shared. He acknowledges the gift and blessing of his wife.

 

Healing between the mother and father. Joy stands quiet and calm. Younger sister bows to the older. They bow to one another. Prostrate to parents. They ask for their parents blessings, which is given. The girls stand by their mother. They look forward into their futures and to new possibilities.

 

Case 18:

ISSUE:

Client wants a life partner. She wants to be able to recognize him and not push him away.

FINDINGS:

Facilitator speaks to the fundamental longing for partnership. We all want to meet “our person” and our longing that the one we wants wants what we have to offer — and that they have what we want. Longing is hardwired in us. Three representatives are called to represent the client. The first feels busy and confused. The second nervous, resentful, judgmental. The third sad, racing heartbeats.  Client needs to attend to her autonomy and wholeness. First representative bows to second, holds her ankles and works her hands up client’s body. Quality of gentleness is received. 

RESULTS

: Begins to feel a relationship to power, an integration of parts. Looks towards the future ready to live her life in her own way — and show her magic.

 

Case 19:

ISSUE:

Intense hip pain. The pain is in her whole pelvic region and very sever at night.

FINDINGS

: Four children plus two given up for adoption. Client now dealing with an empty nest. Symptoms occurs when she has to release something from her life. The pain began when she was 16 when  in physically and mentally challenging teacher training program. The current pain began when her last child left home. A representative is called to represent the client. She feels very nauseous, morning sickness. The 4 children are represented. Client feels worse. She is invited to deliver the placenta giving it to the earth. Then client is directed to have an energetic period and let it flow in to the earth.

 

The Mother Archetype is called in as a representative. She has a huge and powerful presence. Client bows acknowledging her experiences of love and difficulties she’s had at the behest of the Mother Archetype. Client stands – feels dizzy and nauseous. Woman releases her bond with the Mother Archetype letting Her go in love.”

RESOLUTION:

Client experiences a full body release of energy through her. The children relax.

 

Case 20:

ISSUE:

Client wants to be in the Mystery more and feel more creative. She feels alone. Wants to be seen more and feel the enchantment and discovery of life.

FINDINGS:

Mental illness in the family. Female and male gender essence are represented. Client feels scared and that she is being interfered with. Four reps are called in. One to rep 0-18 months, 18-36 months (client reports feeling silenced) 4/5/6/years old (Client turns her back) 8/9 years old (Client moves away). Reports that she feels despair. Client has very poor relationship with power. No tools to deal with life. Representative called in the represent the client’s physical body. Client feels distant yet slowly becomes not so lost. Client prostrates to the body. Female and male gender essence long to merge. Client bows to both, saying yes to their support and to their balance.

RESOLUTION:

Client feels her sexuality, and safer with people, more confident and looks to the future with an excitement about being creative.

 

Case 21:

ISSUE:

  Client recently quit her job. Has body image issues. Overweight. Her mother tells her that she is built like her maternal great grandmother.

FINDINGS:

  Great great grandmother and great grandmother and mother represented. Great great grandmother very loving and affectionate, generally at peace. Mother has had life long weight problems. Client husband represented. He is closed and cannot feel his genitals. He feels anxious. Closed heart. He is a perpetrator. Client has taken on weight to protect children. Client says to husband “ ENOUGH! I surrender my loveliness no more!” She bows to her husband. “What is yours is yours; they are NOT mine.” Husband offers remorse and bows. He comes from a long line of perpetrators. Client bows to her ancestors. Her mother becomes smaller without diminishment. Mother prostrates to great great grandmother and great grandmother. Client says “I am done waiting for my life to start.”

RESOLUTION:

Client feels bigger energetically. Feels full of gratitude. Lighter. Moving on.

 

Case 22:

ISSUE:

British born male—living in the States—in his 90s feels that there is a hole where his inner sovereign authority should be. He lives his life to be good and appropriate rather than being OK with who and how he is.

FINDINGS:

Formerly an award winning architect. He worked to serve others. Managed big projects. Client’s representative felt expectation and love, and a barrier around himself. When architecture representative spoke, client representative straightened feeling energy expanding within self and far into space. Beautiful feeling.

 

Facilitator spoke to the fact that men need to be respected and this includes being acknowledged for doing a good job. People need to be appreciated—which differs from acknowledgement. When not, men feel starved and not enough. Client’s wife has not appreciated her husband – the client. Wife is represented. Tall in energy but not organized within self and relationship. Patriarchy is represented. Commentary: Sensitive men are often required to give their balls away.

 

Wife unsure of who she is and what she is. Depressed. Wife faces the representative of Love. Beautiful to look at but she feels very distant from it. She moves to touch it, wife looks at client and feels something is missing. Love Rep stands by client. She wants to help client with confidence. Client needs to consent to love. Longing for love. Incomplete reaching out movement completed. (Hellinger). Client and wife face each other and bow for staying with each other and for not leaving. They bow to the love that they share.

Resolution: Client’s presence is changed. Clear. Strong. Tall. Unencumbered.

 

Case 23:

ISSUE:

40 year old client wanting to take her place and move ahead professionally.

FINDINGS:

Born abroad, lived in another country, now the US. Feels homeless, no place that is hers. Worried that moving forward has to do with moving away. Has an older twin and a younger brother. One child died. Birth country and former country of residence and the States are represented. Mother and Father represented. Client prostrates to place of birth—taking her place. We need to sing the song of our birthplace—and acknowledges countries of residence.

 

Client’s profession persona is represented. The woman and the persona are introduced and honored. Professional persona is integrated into woman. From now on the woman goes to work with her professional competency.

 

Case 24:

Issue:

Double standard of men being superior to woman weighs heavily in client’s experience. Family conceded this “fact”. Client feels excluded, diminished, powerless.

FINDINGS:

Client is represented. Deep sorrow. A whirling energy surrounds the client’s rep. Rep feels trapped inside and out—cannot move.

RESOLUTION

: The familial and cultural story acknowledged and released bonds with them. Facilitated a rebirth for the Client (not the rep) delivering herself into a subculture of one—herself; and, then introduced to her “tribe” (others like herself). The client was centered and grounded and clear and felt relieved and free to move on in her life.

 

Case 25:

ISSUE:

 50 something woman who’s done a lot of psychological and spiritual work yet feels flat and disconnected from herself—uninspired—lethargic—many aspects of self asleep—fearful.

FINDINGS:

Brutal rape at 17. Feels that she embarrassed her parents who valued high standing in the community—fearing loosing face threatened their belonging. Mother carries her own shame and has no sense of who she is. She feels oppressed. No thoughts that feel like her own. Client feels lost inside unable to breathe. Stands preparing for a blow. Feels the illusion of safety.

RESOLUTION:

Though inaudible in the room, client prompts her soul to scream unleashing her conflicted anger and grief. Waves of heavy energy release. Client realizes that her innocence, beauty and dignity are yet intact. She proclaims: “I have prevailed!” then bows to her mother energetically connecting with her—righting herself—yet simultaneously individuating herself.

 

We also free the client from the energy connecting her to the one who perpetrated the rape in her adolescence.  The perpetrator was freed as well offering the client his remorse. She takes it. Client is released and clear and connected with her life force again.

 

Case 26:

ISSUE:

Client lacks a sense of resourcefulness. Acute pain in right hip. 

FINDINGS:

Client had difficult births with both children. Pain predates the births.

Hip, sacrum are represented. Client and mother and father face each other. Mother cries “Oh my god I hurt my child!”. Both prostrate towards the client of offering remorse to her and her body. Client realizes that her hip pain has been her ally and all she can count on—her only friend and support. Client honors her system’s wisdom. Client now faces her future—pain free…with a new and robust sense of self.

 

Case 27:

ISSUE:

Seriously overweight client wants help with interpretation of a recent dream which she awakened from with hunger pains and pressure under her stomach, fist-like, felt nauseous.

FINDINGS:

 

Bull Dog represented. Was trained by a mean person who did not like other people. Dog says to client “You are the only ally I have, you are not a bitch even though you are female.” They move closer to each other. Facilitator asks client to look at the dog’s paw and that there is a thorn there. Client gets on her knees and slowly reaches for the paw. Removes the thorn. They face each other. Client and dog feel like they can be gentle with each other, fierce but strong. Client bows to the dog for her committed service to her. Client renegotiates and concedes to be more sensitive to the dog’s needs and respond more appropriately. Dog feels supported by the human. Client agrees she will no longer give scraps or kernels, no more letting the water bowl run dry. Client welcomes the animal into her body. Offer the animal her remorse.

RESOLUTION:

A new orbit given to the now reorganized client. The pattern of the client’s movement has changed.

 

Case 28:

ISSUE:

Client has had a liver disorder for over 30 years and has Hep-C.

FINDINGS:

Client and liver represented. Liver feels injured and uncared for. Client feels cold in her extremities. Hep-C represented. Communal spread, part of the flora of life. Client feels isolated. Intimate needs not met. Alcohol addiction a long pattern in the family. Fate represented. Facilitator says of client “I need this nourishment even at the expense of my wellness and ease and longevity.” Client invited to bow to the gift of Hep-C which is a gift from the Mystery. Client faces fate. Invited to see that tolerances of change in life is allowed and necessary in life.

RESOLUTION:

Client sees that we can make more conscious choices and create an alternative future. We can release our bonds relating to our former fate. Life of newness is available. Client is changed. Looks different. Feels lighter. Open. Confident. Aware of possibilities. Awakened from a long sleep.