Writer & Mother
I would just like to write a few words about what has transpired and how incredible the technology is that every one in our local affiliate office holds in their hands. Five weeks ago I was told by neurologists that my sister would most likely be a vegetable, paralyzed, unable to talk, and unable to recognize any family members. They said that she would be strapped to a wheel chair for the rest of her life. They explained that the hemorrhaging that she experienced in her brain had been so severe, that even if she did live, there was no way her brain could recover from the insult of the injury. They told me that her type of injury was far worse than a direct hit to the head, i.e. a car accident, or the like.
Even just two weeks ago in a meeting with the hospital staff they asked my family to question how long we would consider letting my sister live in the condition that she was living. They truly did not believe any chance of recovery was possible.
This whole episode happened to my sister just four days after I returned from my February sessions in Scottsdale. I sent Lee an email about her brain hemorrhage and subsequent brain surgery, and he told me to contact him when she got out of ICU and that he would assist me.
With Lee’s encouragement that this could possibly help my sister, when the medical community had absolutely nothing to offer, I decided to give it a chance. It was not easy working on my sister while she lies in a coma in a hospital bed, especially as the doctors rolled their eyes at me, but because Lee had an amazing ability to hold the space for me, to give me hope that there was a chance, and believe me, he did not try to sell me the moon, together we worked through the assessment and protocols process over the last five weeks.
So today I’m up in Seattle with my sister, and she is talking, she recognizes her family members, she appears to have control over all of her limbs. She sat up on the side of the bed for 15 seconds today without assistance, and she can move her head. On Mother’s Day she saw her twins, asked how much they weighed, and asked about a birth mark on one of her babies.
I have had numerous staff come up to me and tell me they know this was a result of the Brainwave Optimization. Many have told me that they will be leaving their field as nurses or technicians to do this work. They are so thrilled.
So, I know I could go on and on about the last 2 1/2 months. But I wanted to recognize Lee for his exceptional vision, courage, commitment, for his true belief in infinite possibilities, for all the time he has given me during a very busy time for him in his business, his confidence, his caring, his insatiable drive to help others, and for the creation of this technology. My sister would still be lying in a coma if it wasn’t for Lee, and now three little children will soon have their mother home. Thank you seems so moot. With love and gratitude.
Optimized by: Ann Vogel
Brain Balancing International - San Mateo, California