on pain!! Aug 11, 2015 5:25:02 GMT 10 via mobile
Post by wesley on Aug 11, 2015 5:25:02 GMT 10
Hi James and Samantha. A few years ago at work I really injured my wrist so severely. I was moving a large piece of iron and all of a sudden I heard a pop in my wrist. It caught my attention. Not knowing how bad it was I just started rubbing it and went back to work. It was just a nagging pain then so maybe it was going to clear up. But no it was really a bad injury needing surgery. As days passed it started to swell really bad. So many people saw it and I could see in their eyes that it was a gross sight. I couldn't feel my fingertips but my wrist hurt excruciatingly. I couldn't sleep because of rolling over on it. All the calls were to go to the doctor you need surgery. I was not scared of the doctor nor surgery but I knew recovery was going to be bad and keep me from working so I just bearing pain after tear dropping pain. Yet one day I touch the bottom of my hand and their seem to be a little pressure point there. It was only part of my hand that I could touch. And believe or not I started telling everyone I'm going to self heal. So many were saying to me you are so crazy and some laughed at the idea. And still I had it in me that idea and I was sticking to it. Then nature played it's roll as now I clearly see. My dog and her beautiful way enlightenment came her also. I used to always play with her but now I couldn't. But one day she came to me while I was laying down in disgust and wanted to play. My wrist laying off the couch she nipped at it and pulled with her teeth slightly. And with the tender pressure of her teeth I felt an alsome amount of pressure release. I quickly rose up and hugged her. That pressure point was the key. So I used her and any object to release the pain. She and I played until one day the swelling was going down. The people around me were looking perplexed. I was actually healing my self with the help of my dog together. My wrist today is as perfect as my other one. Perfect because I heal a most tremendous pain with out medicine or surgery. With nature by my side. My dog. I miss her.