I had the opportunity to zone a friend who had recently lost a loved one. Understandably, a lot of emotional stuff surfaced in the zone that we were able to clear out. Much of the turmoil came from thought processes stemming from ideas that she “Could have, should have, and would have done things different” if only she had known. How many of us have struggled with this process when we lose someone we love? The truth of the matter is that none of us are perfect and there are always things we can do better, but most of us are doing the best we can with the circumstances and knowledge we have at the moment. I was grateful that this friend was very open to healing which made it easy to identify the thought processes, mental, and emotional stuff that was going on. This made it easy to work with her so that we could clear things out. We worked on thought processes where she felt a need to punish herself, and all kinds of emotions including sadness, grief, worry, and stress that was shutting down her digestive system. We talked about ways to let go of the emotional garbage that was being stored in the lymph, and the need to work on forgiveness, including forgiving herself. Physically, we worked on her knee which she had damaged in a volleyball game. It is awesome how zoning speeds up the healing process and it was a wonderful experience to help someone that I have loved and admired for many years. She called me a few days later to tell me that she felt stronger and better. She was so grateful for the foot zone and how much it had helped her. The burdens she had been carrying were lifted and she felt lighter and happier!
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