This post can help prospective patients understand how effective NeuroModulation Technique can be in helping eliminate symptoms of allergy and anaphylaxis. However, because NMT is not a disease or symptom specific technique it can be equally helpful for many other complaints. This is what my patients are experiencing in my practice.
This post can also open the minds of other healthcare professionals or others who are already familiar with or who have an interest in energy healing. NeuroModulation Technique is a powerful energy healing method which can be learned by almost everyone. Please check the seminar schedule at www.nmt.md.
From the NeuroModulation Technique (NMT) Web Board (December 20, 2009, 12:10 PM):
From: Leslie Feinberg
The recent seminar in Haarlem, the Netherlands was a great one. We had a really wonderful group of students, many new and most of our practicing European NMT practitioners were in attendance. This was a Level 1 seminar taught in the new style that I have been working in this past year. Previous to the new way of teaching NMT, we have emphasized how much we do for the patient; how many pathways are treated. Looking at posts many of us have made in the past, it is apparent that we have often tried to rush through as many pathways as possible, feeling that this was important to making a thorough and lasting correction. You will note from my posts this year that I have changed my emphasis and this is all due to the realization that we are not micromanagers of the patient’s physiology, but that we are informational alchemists. Our work is to induce transformation at a quantum mechanical level. No matter the condition, my view is that our NMT process is that we bring to awareness the informational attunement by which the patient’s consciousness pulls forth from the zero point field, the universal informational field, the undivided field of consciousness and manifests into experiential reality those characteristics of the “transformed from” state that are unacceptable so that the attention and belief that cause these conditions to persist can be released. The process of correction is completed by hypothesizing the characteristics of a new state, a “transformed to” state of the system that is informationally rich enough to clearly define the healed and perfected state of the system; so that by holding awareness, intention, and belief of this new state that it may be pulled from the nebulous “in potential” condition of possibility into the experienced state of manifested reality. That is always now my thought about what it is I am doing in an NMT session.
I want to share with you the story of a patient that I treated at the Haarlem seminar that reinforces my belief that this way of looking at our NMT process is a powerful one and critical to achieving quick and thorough results. One of the new practitioners attending the Haarlem seminar is an osteopath from the Netherlands. He brought to the seminar an old friend who has had all his life the most severe anaphylaxis that I have even encountered. This fellow was so immediately and severely anaphylactic to peanuts that he always carried with him Benadryl and an epi-pen. Many anaphylactic patients can stop a reaction with Benadryl and some need to use an epi-pen, but this fellow needed both immediately after exposure to peanuts – and that just to survive the trip to the hospital so that he could get emergency supportive care. The patient, Frans, was also severely allergic to dogs, cats, bird feathers, and horses such that he could not tolerate being in his osteopath friend’s home for more than five minutes because there were animals in the home. Frans had both the Benadryl and epi-pen with him and agreed to use them if needed. The hospital was 500 meters away from the hotel. Frans’ wife sat nervously in the back of the seminar room, probably wondering why her dear husband would be involved in such madness as this NMT stuff. All were ready to respond if Frans had a reaction.
At the Haarlem seminar I treated Frans with one pathway, the Allergy Pathway. By the time I finished the pathway, I exposed Frans to a teaspoon of peanut butter that he said, prior to the treatment, “would have killed me”. He had some slight tingling and burning that immediately resolved as I treated IFs [information faults] related to the exposure. There was no further treatment until this week, about six weeks after that first treatment. I did a remote session for Frans. He was at the home of the osteopath and he said he had been there for three and one half hours enjoying dinner and visiting. He said he had absolutely no reaction to this environment that he could previously not tolerate longer than five minutes. We did a test exposure to the peanut butter having him first smell it (previously produce a reaction just to smell), then rub it on his lips, then put some in his mouth. No reaction at all. In the first session I had not been aware of the egg allergy and it was not considered in the treatment. An egg was now prepared and I had Frans rub some on his lips. Within a minute he had burning, tingling, and swelling of his lips. I ran the Allergy Pathway again and within five minutes all the symptoms were gone.
Here are some things that I think were critical in creating this successful response using just one NMT pathway:
[If you are an NMT practitioner, please log into the NMT Web Board to read Dr. Feinberg’s detailed explanation which is too technical for those who have not attended NMT seminars.]
You know, I have spoken to some of the old timer NMT practitioners in recent years who have wondered out loud why they have to use so many pathways or new pathways to get good results. They speculate that NMT has changed and that the basic pathways they used years ago somehow don’t work as well as they used to work. That doesn’t make much sense, of course, but some of them do observe a change in their results. What I know is that it is they who have changed. It is common for people to become dulled by familiarity over time to something they used to find exciting. It is important to reconnect to what is real and reaffirm one’s beliefs and understanding. Without this, practitioners won’t be able to extract the value of each NMT pathway – unless it is something new and captures their interest. Remember that all of our pathways are about the same thing, manifesting a transformation within a field of consciousness. The language of the pathways is of great importance in illuminating that transformation, but the transformation is always powered by the same things: the awareness, attention, belief, and intention of the practitioner. When familiarity lulls the practitioner into an apathetic mental posture the magic goes away – because, you are the magic and when you forget that and externalize the process of transformation into something else, you will always be looking for a new pathway or maybe even a new technique to learn, when the answer was within you all along.
Leslie S. Feinberg, D.C.