The practical use of energies

Always interesting how quickly i can forget what i know, and then unexpectedly remember it.

Today I had two teeth extracted, and implants put in. They came out easily, as i expected, even though one had broken off at the gum line and the other, a bicuspid, had split down its length. I asked the teeth to come out nicely and they did.

After this kind of work, dentists (oral surgeons, actually) expect you to have swelling, severe pain, perhaps some bleeding), the swelling for at least three days, the pain for an indeterminate amount of time. They prescribe ibuprophen and a heavy-duty one the name of which i have forgotten (and have no intention of taking).

The work was finished at 11:40 a.m., and within an hour (while i was waiting at the drug store for the prescriptions to be made up) the anesthetic wore off and the pain started getting pretty bad. I wasn’t enjoying it.  

Then – (voila, also duh!) – i remembered and did some energy work on it. I talked to the tissues, said i understood, said it was under control and we were into healing mode, and it became (and remains, at least for the moment) just a background annoyance. I’d be surprised if i have any trouble tonight. Granted, i had taken an ibuprofen, but the pain level dropped like a stone in an instant, rather than gradually. And the swelling, which is supposed to last three days, appears to be almost entirely gone.

Amazing, this energy-medicine stuff.

2 thoughts on “The practical use of energies

  1. Can you recommend a book about energy healing? My father and I are having digestive issues. His are severe. He has travelled to several specialists and none can figure out the problem. Of course we know there is underlying spiritual “stuff” going on, but what to do and where to go for help?

    1. I have written a book on the subject but it hasn’t been published. You could find cognate material in my book The Cosmic Internet. or type something like “spiritual healing” and/or “energy healing” into a search engine and see what it suggests. Possibly “books on …”

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