In 1993, I went to see Jan Archer, a massage therapist in Alliston Ontario Canada. At the time, all my joints were a mess from martial arts training and long distance running. It was like every injury I’d ever had growing up playing hockey and baseball came back on me. I was also experiencing 3 to 4 migraine headaches a week and had severe food sensitivities that restricted me to eating steamed chicken and fish, vegetables and brown rice … conditions that seemed to develop after a serious car accident in 1990.
Jan is a gifted massage therapist, clairvoyant and spiritual guide, and I learned a lot from her and the books she recommended. Jan also introduced me to another therapist, Lynn Williams. Jan said she got better results from her clients who also saw Lynn. So off I went without having any idea what Lynn did (by this time in my life I had seen so specialists, I was open to just about anything). Lynn, as it turned out, practiced One Brain Therapy, and after my first visit, I was so fascinated that I couldn’t wait to see her again.
OBT uses muscle testing to determine what issue, or negative experience in your life, most needs to resolved, and then uses age regression (sort of like meditation or hypnosis) to go back to that experience to identify the negative emotional energy that needs to be resolved. This energy is held in our cell memory and limbic brain. When the energy is released, whatever discord you are experiencing gets resolved.
What most intrigued me were the past-life regressions. I believed in reincarnation, so it was an easy leap for me. We healed issues from many lifetimes and each time we did, whatever was going on in my present life got resolved, including issues with specific people.
I saw Lynn for over two years and enjoyed the experience so much and got such good results, I learned to do it myself and eventually developed my own technique. Nowadays, I rarely get headaches, I can eat a lot more foods (although I choose to eat a healthy diet) and except for Parkinson’s (another story yet to be completed), my body is very healthy.
As wonderful as this healing journey has been, what is more fascinating is what I have learned and the wisdom I have developed along the way through Jan and others about the truths of our existence. I think this awareness is an important part of the healing process and inspired me to write The History Teacher.
Although the journey is not over, it has clearly changed my life.
Have an awesomely fascinating day!