Articles and Recordings
October 10, 2010
Success Story: Resolving A Fuel Allergy
"As my co-p and I watched, Melinda's pupils looked as if they almost flashed, then began to contract to a normal size...The three of us marveled at her body's ability to make a shift so quickly... "
It's not every day that we do a piece of work with someone and instantaneously see a physical change, but that was the case this week in our practice lab at the practitioner training where Steve and I are teaching. With a student on the table (I'll call her Melinda to protect her privacy), my group was busy exploring the evening's topic, amino acids.
Melinda wanted to work on what she thought was a fuel allergy. She told us that having big, dilated pupils--one of the symptoms of a fuel allergy--was "normal" for her. The leucine pathway is often blocked when there is an allergic reaction to substances such as fuel, solvents, plastics, or even fingernail polish remover. In this kind of allergic reaction, the mid-brain part of the brainstem--which controls, among other things, the dilation of our pupils--is affected.
Other symptoms of fuel allergy include getting headaches when in traffic, feeling crazy, confused, or disoriented (commuters: you may suspect that some of your bus mates or fellow drivers have fuel allergies), and feeling spacey or fatigued after being in the car or after exposure to fumes. Another common symptom is joint pain.
We muscle-tested Melinda's body and it was willing to work on this. Melinda reported that as a young girl, her family had been in a serious car accident. The car rolled and she remembered the smell of gas spilling out. As her mom received medical care, Melinda had gotten separated from her for while and didn't know if her mom was okay. As we worked with Melinda, strong sensations and memories emerged.
My co-practitioner and I worked to release the charge Melinda's body still held from when she was five. After a while, she reported that the agitated state her body had been in had eased and she felt calm. Her body reported (through muscle-testing) that her leucine pathway was now working properly. As my co-p and I watched, Melinda's pupils looked as if they almost flashed, then began to contract to a normal size. Melinda felt it too. I handed her a mirror so she could see for herself. The three of us marveled at her body's ability to make a shift so quickly in response to releasing the trauma she had been carrying for over 30 years.
This is the beauty of Bioenergy Balancing: we work at the place where physical symptoms, amino acids, and long-held emotional events intersect. It is an effective and exciting place to work toward health and well-being.
(Story told with the permission of the client.)
Bioenergy Balancing Center North