Passing Gas

Gas? Belch. Yawn. Fart. No more gas. Gas? You have two openings given to you by Nature to deal with gas. <> I told a woman she had gas. She said she didn't. I asked if I could place my hand on her pudgy abdomen. She gave me permission. I used percussion and clearly heard a hollow drum... Read More

Breast Body Language

Breasts are associated with nurturing and nourishment. <> John R. Lee, M.D., Jesse Hanley, M.D. & Virginia Hopkins (What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Premenopause, 1999) wrote ... "Breast cancer has been well studied, and out of all this research, a very clear breast cancer personalit... Read More

Bone Body Language

Bones often represent deeply buried feelings. They can also represent plans or dreams that are "fractured." <> Flanders Dunbar, M.D. (Psychosomatic Diagnosis, 1943) wrote ... "In the fracture series studied more than 40 per cent gave a history of accident in the family including the patient... Read More

Lyme Disease

Q — What can be done about Lyme disease? A — My experiences with Lyme clients have been single sessions and no long-term treatments. According to Neurologic Clinics (Feb. 2010), "Only two spirochetal infections are known to cause nervous system infection and damage: neurosyphilis and neuro... Read More

Bladder Body Language

Urinary bladder problems often represent being "pissed off" and sometimes fear (although fear is most usually associated with kidney trauma) The bladder often indicates guilt. <> Karl A. Menninger, M.D. (Man Against Himself, 1938, 1966) wrote ... "The sense of guilt is particularly liabl... Read More