(Closed) Anyone with “Natural Healing” experience?

posted 8 years ago in Wellness
Post # 3
2006 posts
Buzzing bee

Hmm I would be skeptical. While I fully believe in the powers of non-western medicine (acupuncture anyone?) I would be cautious of a psychic who claims she can make your husband walk in less than a year when the doctors held out zero hope for him. May I ask how much she is charging for her services?

If you go through with it I would not get your hopes up. That way if it does work you can be extra excited but if it doesn’t work than you aren’t feeling a huge disappointment. 

Post # 4
948 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

Three years ago I was diagnosed with terminal thyroid cancer (very rare for papillary carcinoma to be terminal, but I was 25 and in other wise perfect health so by the time we found it, it was everywhere).  I refused to believe the doctor’s diagnosis.  I kept an EXTREMELY positive attitude and found a doctor who agreed to take on an aggressive treatment plan than what others where comfortable with.  It took 3 years to get a clean scan, but I finally got one. 

I believe that one’s attitude towards life and their ailment has a lot to do with how well they overcome and beat the odds.  Personally, I would be very skeptical of the psychic and I would focus my energy on finding doctors willing to take a chance on me. 

If you do choose to go with the psychic’s treatment plan, I really hope things work out. 🙂

Post # 5
5147 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

I agree with babyboo. Be very skeptical.

How much is the psychic charging for these “natural healing” sessions? There are bad people in this world that will take advantage of people in a situation such as your fiance’s.

Post # 7
2271 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2009

Well if she doesn’t charge anything, what would it hurt to try? The mind is a powerful thing and there are many things between heaven and earth that we do not know about. And I am a scientist!

Post # 9
1032 posts
Bumble bee

I have had AMAZING success with Acupuncture, I had a 3 herniated discs in my lower back causing a lot of nerve pain. However, I tried 3 before this guy that didn’t really help, you really need to find the real deal. I am fascinated about thi natural healing, please post how it goes!

Post # 10
1237 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

What exactly are her treatments going to entail? Be very skeptical and protective, it’s hard to imagine, but there are plenty of people in this world that have no problem with taking advantage of people in desperate situations. I would be even more skeptical BECAUSE she’s not asking for any money right now.

I also wanted to add that there are plenty of “alternative” therapies that don’t involved psychics. For example, Boston Medical Center has a revolutionary program called the NeuroRecovery Network (a friend of mine worked there for a period). Be careful and protect yourself AND your fiance!

Post # 11
1079 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

I’ve been extremely pleased with Network Spinal Analysis, which is gentle form of chiropractic and uses pressure points. I doubt my chiropractor would say she can cure paralysis, but it might help stimulate some nerve function.

Post # 13
236 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

I haven’t had experience with this – but I believe in the power of the positive thought.

When are you having a treatment? I’d be really interested in hearing how it goes.

Post # 14
5262 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: June 2012

@ChantelleyLace: Please be careful. I know you don’t agree with me on such things (I think we’ve had the psychic conversation in an old thread) but they’ve done studies related to crystals, and the results suggest that it is only effective insofar as the placebo effect – i.e., people feel it warming and report feeling what they are told they should expect whether or not they are actually holding a crystal, but there is never significant progress that can be linked to crystals. 

Post # 15
14183 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

I would be skeptical regarding a psychic performing this work. Like many others have said, I’m a big fan of non-traditional medicine and I fully believe that certain herbs and plants can help your body.

But I have a hard time believing a psychic can perform a miracle where a trained surgeon can’t fix something. If you said she heals with crystals, I’d still be skeptical.

My chiropractor practices a natural form of healing called Nutrition Response Testing; it involves providing your body with whole food supplements so it repairs itself.

But if you believe in this kind of stuff, you may as well give it a go. Plus if it’s free, it can’t really hurt you.

It’s a shame stem cell research isn’t available to your Fiance. There is some research out there regarding it–i’d put my eggs in a basket for something like tha.

Post # 16
4693 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

I definitely think it’s worth a shot.  Personally I know of one psychic I would absolutely trust, and my guess is it’s similar for you.  If that is the case I wouldn’t worry about it.  I don’t think she’s trying to rip you off or anything, especially since you can decide how much you want to pay her.  I think that the power of positive thinking by itself makes a huge difference in recovery, so if you believe that this will work, then it will make a difference.  I hope the best for you and your Fiance, and I’d love to hear an update after the sessions!

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