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This is a 3 step healing technique that you can use anywhere.
What is healing?
Healing is bringing the body back into balance when it is out of balance.
I first discovered this process when I brought together healing modalities that I had learnt into this 3 step healing technique and yes, it is as easy as ABC! I used to apply it only to heal from physical injury. The first significant time was when I walked straight into a glass French door! Other times have been when twisted an ankle out walking, or grazed my shin moving furniture, stubbing my toe, bashed by shopping trolley and so on. You get the picture!
At first, I wondered if it was a coincidence or that I did not really hurt myself. It is no coincidence. I have shared this technique with so many people and it works. Including my 2 year old grandson. It works every time!
Over time I have found that this technique is effective for any upset. It works best if used immediately trauma or upset is experienced. The body responds immediately too, as our body is made to heal.
What is it?
Step 1: Ouch! Ouch! Ouch!
Stop and acknowledge what has happened. Say it out loud, over and over. Your words may vary from Ouch! Ouch! Ouch! For example: when I walked into the French door my language was colourful! It was so painful!
Step 2: Heal! Heal! Heal!
This is to mobilise the body into healing mode. I often say: Arnica, arnica, arnica. You can choose your word.
Again, repeat over and over.
Step 3: Undo! Undo! Undo!
This is the most important part, to ask the body to undo the damage. Whether physical or emotional. Sometimes when I am stressed I ask my nervous system to heal and undo the damage of stress on my nerves.
That’s it! As I said as easy as ABC. You keep repeating the 3 steps until you feel some relief. After I had walked into the French glass door and left an imprint of my face on the glass I had no bruising!! Our bodies truly are amazing.
Here are the 3 steps again.
- Ouch! Ouch! Ouch!
- Heal! Heal! Heal!
- Undo! Undo! Undo!
As adults we often play down or try to brush off when we are upset or physically hurt. It can be embarrassing, we say things like, no, it is ok I am fine. My mother is a great one for this. She broke her knee cap when she fell over while out walking, got home, cooked and ate her lunch then called my sister and reluctantly went to the hospital! We do the same for emotional upset. It is so important that we are honest with ourselves when something hurts! Then we can heal it so quickly, our bodies really are amazing.
So, do not take my word for it, try it out for yourself. I would love to hear how you get on. Remember great for children too!