Lou Gehrig’s Disease

I was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease [amyotrophic lateral sclerosis] five years ago, when I was 35. By now I have lost most of my strength. I am unable to walk. I have been seen by doctors in three countries. No one has been able to help me. A friend who heard you on a radio program in Los Angeles thought you might have some suggestions after you spoke about how you overcame illnesses in yourself for which there was supposedly no cure.

I know that this disease feels like being hit by a slow, unstoppable avalanche, and it is generally considered incurable. However, from time to time, I hear of a case report claiming total remission of ALS. If it were me, I would give energy work a try, though you need to know from the start that the outcome is uncertain and that you need a highly skilled energy worker and frequent treatments, perhaps daily at first, if this approach is to have much of a chance.

If a good energy worker were able to work with you day after day, it might well be possible to stop the avalanche and then eventually push the disease, energetically, back up the hill. This metaphor is vague, I know, but it is how I have seen the progress when I have worked successfully with other progressive diseases.

I don't know if this will put you into more despair or give you a ray of hope. While it is difficult to find an energy worker with the skill and time to take on a challenge such as yours, you just may draw such a person your way. Of course there are many other things you can do for yourself or a loved one can do for you that will help with your overall strength and vitality, such as keeping your meridians strong, your chakras balanced, making sure your energies are not scrambled, basically everything in Chapter 9 of Energy Medicine). But turning the condition around will require the dedicated attention of a talented practitioner. I send you my blessings.

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