The Analogue Regression Technique
It is my belief that after an injury the body heals itself up to a certain point, but unless there is removal of the traumatic emotional factors, residual physical effects may remain. If the trauma can be completely removed and it makes no difference if it is fifteen minutes or fifteen years later—the healing process will complete itself, in some cases even restoring damaged structures. The problem is to find a procedure which will make this possible.
I began my professional career as a psychologist, but after fifteen years of practicing conventional psychotherapy, I felt the need for a more complete armamentarium of holistic treatments, one that would take account of the patient’s physical condition. I returned to school and earned a D.C. degree, and in the 24 succeeding years I have moved increasingly into a holistic healing approach. One of my most successful healing modalities I have developed is the Analogue Regression Technique, a procedure to release traumas which have persisted in the body over a period of time without reinforcing agents. In this technique I talk to the patient’s body suggesting that as I make input, such as counting, saying the alphabet, or using a bell, it will re-live and gradually release its charge of pain. For reasons that I do not understand, it obeys me, and the release of the pain effects physical healing. When I first began learning what I could and could not do, I started with superficial exterior injuries. As I learned that wounds would not start bleeding again, I treated more serious surgeries and injuries.