The Energy Doctor [report number 1]
through Energy Awareness
Saturday, 11 June 2011 – from Stephen Kane's casebookThe Energy Doctor is a new column exclusive to this website about the everyday experiences of Stephen Kane. Stephen's clients started calling him the "Energy Doctor" when they noticed how he can literally see whether any form of therapy is working for them or not, simply by looking at their energies. Nowadays, Stephen helps people suffering from chronic conditions—health, relationships, spiritual and personal development, and work-related problems.
Medicine Energy therapy has come a long way since it began in the early '80s, but the kinds of cases I was looking at then are just as common nowadays. In fact, they're more common since, with every technological advance, our exposure to harmful environmental energies or environmental stresses increases.
This story, from 1983, is about a case of serious depression that wasn't responding to the usual drugs and counselling.
Gas Pipe Blues—adapted from Hidden Secrets of Real Health
Pamela, a woman in her early 30s, first came to see me with her sister, because she was too incapacitated to drive herself. She sat huddled in her chair, trembling, with downcast eyes, as she tried to explain why she had come.
In essence, the problem was that she'd spent the last few months sitting on the floor in the corner of her kitchen, crying. As a result, her husband had just agreed with her psychiatrist that he would have her committed, the following week, to a psychiatric unit where she would undergo electro-shock therapy.
Pamela had a good relationship with her husband and, before they moved to their new house a year earlier, she'd been fine. She had no idea why she felt so bad, but she didn't feel that hospitalization and electro-shock therapy was the answer.
I ran some tests (I was using instruments at that time, before developing the more effective Medicine Energy techniques) that showed how Pamela's energy was being damaged by a strong environmental stress entering the frontal lobes of her brain.
Since the stress was current—it wasn't just received in the past—I decided to pay a visit to Pamela's home to see what I could find.
At the house, I soon discovered the same environmental stress coming into the front of the building from a manhole cover over a gas pipe in the street. The signal was strongest at the front of the house—the areas where Pamela spent most of her time—the kitchen, the lounge and her side of the bedroom.
I found that by temporarily blocking the environmental stress, Pamela's body immediately started eliminating it at a good rate—a sign of potential recovery. Unlike her husband and daughter, who left for work and school, respectively, in the morning, Pamela was exposed to this signal most of every day. She had also reached an age where she wasn't able to eliminate it—while being exposed to it—anywhere near as efficiently as her child... and her husband was often out in the evenings at the gym. Thus both Pamela's exposure and vulnerability to the environmental stress were much greater.
When the gas company investigated, they discovered that a clamp had come loose on the pipe. They thought the pipe may have been emitting some kind of subsonic vibration as a consequence. Once they had fixed the clamp, the signal disappeared and Pamela's body was finally able to start eliminating the environmental stress it had accumulated.
One week later, Pamela gave up her antidepressants, psychiatrist and counsellor.
Effective treatment for depression often brings about a rapid recovery. Pamela's story is just one of many of people whose health problems were being treated without much success until their home or work environments were examined. Similar corrections to the one made in Pamela's house have resulted in many children and adults—who had been suffering from long-term, serious illnesses—no longer needing professional help with their problems... not just health problems, but also with their relationship, learning ability or work-related problems as well.
To read about other cases of recovery from chronic disease, see Hidden Secrets of Real Health at www.realhealth-online.com