- Britanny Balke
My lower back has straightened out quite nicely, and my neck is slowly getting better too. I don’t get sinus infections as often either. Far less back pain than I had before back pain that kept me quite frequently from my work and from doing what I love. I love the staff here too.
“I’m looking forward to all you can offer me and my family, my prayers are with you all every day, from my heart to yours.”
“Healing is a journey and Dr. Danny and Dr. Richelle will be active participants and guide on this journey with you.”
- Barbara Tejada
“Not only did my knee start feeling better but my body started to open up. “
- Don Poe
“I now handle my own stress and guide others to better handle their problems. Thanks a ton, my whole life is easier.”
- Chris Dyer
“Frequency duration and intensity of the pain is decreasing.”
- Ingrid Castrojon
“Pain drastically decreased.”
- Russ and Patt Holmberg
“The wellness center was another source to improve our quality of life, mental attitude, posture and our balance as well as our focus.”
- Gloria Lamboy
“I am 54 years old but I feel younger and healthier than when I was 24.”
- Darcy D.
“Our Doctors at NFWC are “straightening” me up!”
“If you can’t be in the Stage you love…Love the Stage you’re in!”
Each stage of the healing process has it’s own rhythm. No one stage is “better” than another.
Each stage represents one of the 12 rhythms of consciousness shared by all humanity. Be with the stage you are in. Don’t resist the stage, honor it. The stage will come to completion as you’ve gained the information within its rhythm.
Although, many people never fully experience most of these stages, spending the majority of their lives within the first few, those receiving Network care consistently move through the stages much more rapidly. Your breath and movements guide you through each of the 12 Stages of Healing. Go with the flow. Regardless of the stage you are in, breathe, move your body, and let your hands move in any way or to any place your rhythms take them. Even your distress has a “story” to tell.
Let your PEACE teach your distress to HEAL.
1. Suffering: Different from pain, suffering is marked by a profound awareness that something is wrong. Parts of our being are disconnected. The awareness of this disconnection is usually made as we draw more upon our consciousness and energetic resources. This especially occurs when confronted by a traumatic or chaotic event or loss. The lesson of this stage is the acceptance that nothing works at this time, and that you are presently helpless.
2. Polarities and Rhythms: This stage begins with the search for the magical genie that can or has been identified as the savior from distress, pain, or crisis. We project from the alienated, isolated, traumatized, hurt, shamed or ignored aspects of our being. These parts try to gain power over our helplessness through external authorities, procedures, treatments, etc. As we heal, we eventually discover that what we blamed or projected as being so wrong is not so bad. Or we see that our genie is not so magical. We begin to become aware of our rhythms and polarities and discover we are somehow involved in a process, and are partially responsible for our distress.
3. Stuck in a Perspective: This stage of healing involves the recognition that our distress is associated with the fact that we have been stuck in a perspective. Our concepts and/or our physiology have been fixated. We do not yet know why we’ve been stuck, or what to do about it. We just need to be with the simple revelation that we’ve been stuck.
4. Reclaiming Our Power: This stage of healing is one in which we realize that the “script” determined by the above three stages is no longer desirable or no longer works. Initially, we are angry that we had lost our power, and are determined not to let it happen again. As we progress through this stage, we choose to no longer dishonor ourselves, because we deserve more.
5. Merging with the Illusion: This stage is associated with having a strong enough sense of self to turn back onto our own alienated ”shadow” or “light” to heal the illusion and create more wholeness. At this major stage of healing we can appear on the other side of our illusionary self.
6. Preparation for Resolution: The alienated, traumatized, denied or redirected consciousness or energy is moving towards being prepared for discharge and resolution. We feel the tensions building within ourselves as this process advances. We find ways to create change and develop the flexibility to continue the process.
7. Resolution: Discharge of bio-electric energy is associated with a discharge of mechanical energy. This may be discharge of the muscular system, such as movement of the trunk or extremities. Processes such as fever, coughing, sneezing, or vomiting are common forms of discharge. Crying screaming and laughing are also discharge phenomena. When the discharge occurs after the previous six stages, resolution can occur with the discharge. When a sense of accomplishment, peace and inner strength accompanies the process, then resolution has been achieved.
8. Emptiness in Connectedness: After the discharge we are emptied. Rather than a space of nothingness, we find ourselves in a place of possibilities. We enter into a state of gratitude, vulnerability, connection with our external rhythms, and alignment with events around us. We welcome serendipity as a natural way of life.
9. Light Behind The Form: From our place of emptiness and gratitude we can truly appreciate our energetic fullness. We experience that we are more than our physical body, actually become aware of the flow of the life force, through us. We more fully experience our connection to others.
10. Ascent: We experience our union with the creative force of the universe. We transcend all limits, boundaries, language, judgments, and our existing sense of self. We gain the wisdom of knowing the oneness of all of creation during this stage.
11. Descent: We are renewed beyond our limits and sense of self and enter into the world again. We know that we are part of all we perceive and responsible for all that we know. We live without being attached to our situations. We love and serve.
12. Community: We experience our involvement with humanity and recognize that wholeness comes from bringing our individual gifts into community. This occurs in our internal and external communities. We receive gifts from within ourselves and from others. We recognize that all our choices are spiritual ones and affect all beings. Eventually we recognize that our limits stem from our own lack of wholeness. Consequently, we seek to re-experience the rhythm of stage one.