Unexplainable Sadness

Ben is an 11-year-old boy who loves to drive tractors and help around the farm. He approached me with a unique issue. For no apparent reason, he would be overcome by sadness, leading to tears. It could occur at any given moment without a reasonable explanation.

Despite seeing a psychiatrist for more than a year, the sudden crying continued.

During the mindTV session he saw the strong sadness in his head, in the shape of a greyish cloud. He said it had been there since birth and he also confirmed, it had been given to him by someone else.

As we continued, he identified the owner of the cloud as a friendly looking man with blond hair and a beard. Ben went on:
”He looks exhausted and sad. He is in the same hospital I was born in because his wife had a car accident and tragically today she died. The man is sorry that I soaked up his sadness.”

Ben gave the cloud back to the man and replaced the empty space with lots of grass-green happiness and courage. He was visibly relieved.

We did discover a few more cords connecting him to this man’s grief. Ben simply pulled them out, just like in the Matrix movie, and freed himself.

Working our way up through the Movie of his Life, no more greyish clouds and connecting cords were found.

The unexplainable sadness never came back. Two months later his brother also came for session and successfully dealt with an issue of his own.

Sonya Mosimann

In thousands of sessions Sonya discovered patterns that led to astounding results. This unique way of working with children developed into the mindTV visualization method. She is never afraid to challenge the status quo and try new ideas.

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