Today is a year since A Great Doctor, my father, passed away. I am remembering his wisdom, his soft elegant humor, his skillful hands that helped so many see the light of the day again, his loving heart that was always open to those in need – and I
know that the best thing I can do today in his memory is to be a Doctor, the best I can be.
I and Dr. David are currently in Austin, Texas on a short holiday. Well, this is not exactly a full-blown holiday; it is rather an exploratory trip to see how comfortable we feel in Austin. My son Denis is being transferred here by his company (he works as a financial analyst for AMD, and they are moving my brilliant son to their head quarters). And as any dedicated mom, I am seriously considering to follow my only child (I guess, that umbilical cord is a very strong thing ). So we are doing house hunting and detailed area exploring rather than just enjoying all the wonderful and exciting things real tourists can find in Austin.
But today we are not doing any of those things. We are going to San Antonio to see a small girl who is battling ALS and see if the FUSION equipment can help her. Yes, you read it right – 6 year old Kennedy is suffering from ALS since she was 6 month old. She does not walk or talk. Her muscles are so weak that cannot hold her body even in a sitting position. Her breathing is weak and even though she still can breathe on her own, the cumbersome equipment near the bed constantly reminds you that this vital bodily function that we usually take for granted Kennedy can lose any moment. Her spine is pretty badly curved due to scoliosis, and she needs a suction tube on a regular basis to remove saliva that she cannot swallow. And at the same time, Kennedy’s intelligence level is higher than average for her age, and she is a happy little girl, who smiles often and talks through her beautiful brown eyes.
Kennedy’s mom Dorene spent the last 5 years fighting for Kennedy’s life, even though for her it meant to be separated from her other 4 year old child and her husband Terrence, who works in Memphis, TN. Dorene and Kennedy have to stay in San Antonio where the girl can receive the best care. They see the rest of their family only for special celebrations, like Kennedy’s birthday that is coming up in a few days. The entire family flew in for that day, so we had a chance to meet them all. Here they are, on the picture – Terrence, Dorene, and their children (Kennedy in the middle, with Dorene supporting her head; Kennedy cannot do it on her own).
Even though Kennedy’s family is not rich, there is nothing they would not do for this little girl. Besides conventional medical treatments, Kennedy takes homeopathic remedies, receives acupuncture, reflexology and many other alternative modalities. Terrence and Dorene found information about SCENAR therapy on the web and immediately felt that this is the technology that can help their baby. In the search for the best SCENAR device they ended up on our www.truescenar.com site, called the office, get their COSMODIC 715 (it arrived yesterday) – and here we are, in San Antonio, to give the family a crash course on how to use their 715 on Kennedy.
On this picture you see Dorene doing the 7 points on the face, which Kennedy didn’t particularly like yet still tolerated 20 min. on the third (orbital) point – that’s how long it took to Dose (this point scored unusually high during assessment in S0). Actually, other Dosing points on the 3 pathways on the back didn’t take long at all – and what was interesting is to see how Kennedy would listen to the device on her back, then at one moment she would smile – and the Dose immediately followed. It happened two times out of three. Coincidence or the body’s awareness and intelligence? Will see what Dorene will observe during consecutive treatments.
Well, I didn’t specify that we began from the classic 3P6P Basic Technique, but you could guess. Systemic condition, first session, no chance to ask for complaints – any one of these reasons would be a strong indication for the 3P6P (actually, we use 7 points on the face, not 6, but we still call the protocol by its original name), never mind all of them together.
Actually, Dorene is a student any teacher dreams of. Imagine, when we walked into their apartment, the TV was on – and guess what I saw on the screen? Myself showing the 3P6P! Dorene was actually watching the Training DVDs we sent her! She scored A+ in my eyes right away.
No one expected any change after the first session considering the severity of the condition – and yet, everyone was hoping for a miracle. It looked like the Kennedy’s spastic right arm was moving more naturally… But the amazing thing was, Kennedy actually tried to pull the bag with the SCENAR 715 in it (left in the close proximity) towards her. When we moved the bag closer, Kennedy pulled the machine out of the bag with her spastic and almost immobile fingers and unwrapped the device from the bubble paper… All all that without looking at what she was doing as she does not have control of her neck muscles and cannot move her head. Dorene wrapped the device again and put it back into the bag – Kennedy repeated the entire procedure. That was amazing to watch – and pretty heartbreaking.
I know Dorene wouldn’t want me to pity her. She is a fighter with a winning attitude and does not need my pity. She KNOWS Kennedy is going to get well. They already achieved the impossible; the progression of Kennedy’s condition actually stopped and there are clear signs of reversal. And now adding the COSMODIC… No one in the family doubts the positive outcome; the only question is how soon it can happen. They can’t wait for Kennedy to say her first “mama” (or “papa”, or “cookie”, or whatever she’d like to say, their darling little girl, as long as she can enjoy the gift of speech). Let’s wish for it to happen as soon as possible.
Even though my father being a very conventional eye surgeon didn’t believe in energy medicine and only smiled at me and my gadgets, he was also a scientist – and a real scientist never disregards the facts, even when they contradict the existing theory. In his long surgical career he saw enough healing miracles to believe in the body’s amazing abilities to heal itself. And if our strange toy-looking devices can help Kennedy’s body regain strength and mobility, a real Doctor in my father will say, “Good job, Irisha” (my nickname). Just the way he would say it every time I did a good job in the operating room. And that would refer to me, as well as to my client, Mother Nature, and God. As long as the job is well done and the universal coherence is restored, does it really matter who takes the credit? A piece of the Universe becomes beautiful again – and that the only thing that’s important to A Great Doctor.
I know he is now watching over little Kennedy also, and from the bottom of my heart I wish her and her loving family health and happiness. On behalf of myself, our entire Transformational Health team, and my father, who is now completing his one year transition cycle. Safe and successful journey to all of us.