Staying Dry at Night
A popular, multitalented 13-year-old simply could not stay dry at night. Nobody could understand it. Desperate for help, his parents had tried everything from craniosacral therapy, osteopathy, bioresonance therapy to kinesiology. Nothing worked.
During session, a few factors came to the surface. As he visualized himself in bed, ready for sleep, he was told to listen to the sound of the urine dripping into his bladder. The body produces hormones at night to reduce urine production. The dripping should slow down at night, yet in his case, it did not.
He convinced his body to produce the missing ingredient. When he checked again, the dripping had slowed down considerably.
The second factor was his sleep pattern. A healthy pattern is like a roller coaster going up and down through the different stages of sleep. He went down like an elevator and stayed in a deep sleep where body signals often go unnoticed.
He talked with his body again and asked it to install the roller coaster sleep pattern. This would bring him into the lighter sleep phases and help him feel when his bladder was full.
When asked to use his Inner Eyes to inspect his bladder and sphincter muscles, he discovered the third factor. With the power of his mind, he strengthened his sphincter muscles.
Lastly, we used the Inheritance Ball Test to determine if any inherited factors were getting in the way. He removed the word “bedwetting” from the blue inheritance balls, the male side of the family.
After resolving all the above issues and ending the session, he was given an audio file to listen to before going to bed. This reinforces the positive changes and prepares body and mind for a dry night.
Shortly after, with only few exceptions, he was able to remain dry.
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