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Ethel FeneranMemberJune 28, 2021 at 6:23 am
Hi Yvonne and everyone!
I won’t be able to attend this weeks business hour as it’s at 2am my time but I thought you would like an update.
Further to my case as presented above, we had a treatment today and I decided we would work on her Kidney Luo instead of her knees. I did not go into the why’s of the treatment, she was just really happy to have her feet treated as she is embarressed by the blood vessels there. I needled Rn15, Sp10, Ki,3,4,5,6, all the Ki points bled some more than others. We were talking about everything and nothing when the subject of increased domestic violence during the pandemic came up. At this point she disclosed that her father had been a very violent man and she was terrified of him growing up. This is not something she has ever revealed outside her family. I then explained to her the function of the kidney luo and that her body has been protecting her all this time, she was a little emotional but pulled herself up. I decided to let her rest for 30 mins after and she slept.
I intend to release more luo in our treatment next week and I may concentrate on the Spleen then.
What an incredible learning and experience! Thank you.