This is Your page on the blog – I hope it will be continuously updated.
I get lots of testimonials from my students and clients, many of which I publish here - http://www.referencepointtherapy.com/Testimonials.asp.
This page is about your stories. You see the whole point of RPT (for me) is that it’s about You, not about me. I don’t need to convince you that I have seen miracles. I want to convince you how easy it is for You to do them every day.
In our RPT teacher conference call on the weekend, Sue Healy from England shared a really fantastic story. It has all the key ingredients of a best-seller: suspense, self-doubt, deadlines and the inevitable triumph. I asked Sue if she would share it with everyone and kick start this new blog page.
Tooth healing – 13 March 2010
Yesterday morning I woke to fairly intense pressure and a very focused ache centred around a lump in my gum and radiating into the whole of the left side of my face. The pressure under my skull felt intense and unpleasant. I’ve had an abcess before and recognised it. As the day passed I felt the beginnings of a raised temperature, headache and vague sickness. Much to my own distaste I began to think of visiting the out of hours medical centre to get antibiotics.
Part-way through this irritating experience I stopped and, with little patience, felt into the area and found the tone of “hopelessness” that immediately felt overwhelming. I had no idea where it came from, neither did I care. I acknowledged it, felt something, then carried on with getting ready to go to the clinic. The whole thing took maybe 20 seconds.
As I drove to the clinic I prodded my face and found that the gum lump was gone. The swelling under my cheekbone had almost gone, the pressure in my head was easing and I felt much lighter. As I waited to see the doctor the remaining discomfort almost vanished. By the time I was in the consultation room there wasn’t any apparent swelling, just residual tenderness when he pressed my face.
I was taken aback by my own little miracle as I tend not to be involved with the direct healing of physical ailments in my practice other than the aches and pains associated with stress, responsibility, etc, and which feel like incidental side effects to me. Rarely do I set about a visible problem like this. I think I doubt myself in that area and I tend not to attract such clients. I’m also not always too great at getting round to treating myself; a common issue and one that I lecture my students about at length. The nerve!
I’m not sure why I waited so long as I really felt quite ill but certainly didn’t want to go the antibiotic route. Maybe I needed to be disgruntled and uncomfortable enough to stop thinking and just do, or rather Be.
I’ve received quite a lot of emails over the last year from people who’ve done RPT courses and even people who had an instant healing just by watching my demo videos (especially the shoulder one).
If you would like to share your story here please leave a comment below, or you could send it to us in an email.