I’m Dr. Dave Kirkpatrick from Quantum Techniques. I want to talk to about something that you may not think of as a health issue – grieving.
We normally think of grieving as losing a spouse or a child or a loved one of some sort, but in fact the grieving process is something we encounter anytime we experience a lost job, a financial setback, a physical setback, etc. Any of these things trigger the grieving process. My wife does a lot of work with people in grieving, and there is a whole range of very effective standard approaches to handling grieving.
What I want to address is why QT can also be a very supportive approach in going through the grieving process. All of the various things that QT specializes in resolving, are items that could break down the barrier to recovery within the grieving process, and are often things that the normal techniques of grief work don’t address.
The first thing is that grieving triggers unconscious issues which may be hard to access through the normal grieving process. That’s one of the things that QT is very good at – looking at emotional issues that are buried very deep, usually in the unconscious. Secondly, the grieving process itself lowers the effectiveness of the immune system, meaning, your body can be much more vulnerable to pathogens, as it is less able to handle toxins. In particular, viruses are of concern. One of the most common viruses is Epstein-Barr, which really feeds on stress hormones. Anytime you are stressed, you are likely to activate whatever Epstein-Barr, or other herpes viruses, that may exist in your system. And who knows what else feeds specifically on those stress hormones and becomes activated.
The key is to first recognize that grieving is a process involved in any loss, whether it’s personal, physical, economic, emotional, etc. Consider using Quantum Techniques as a way to discover those things that are difficult to address during the typical grieving process and associated treatments.
I wish you good health, and hopefully you don’t have to grieve a loss, but if you do, just know that we are here to help you. Thank you very much, and have a good day!