Jack Carter brings this delightful story of his client's conflict being resolved by first aiming at inner turmoil. Jack says, "... I told her that when she conquers the situation within herself, she will be able to conquer the outer situation. Her unhappiness was from an inner turmoil. Once the inner turmoil was resolved the outer situation would not disturb her. She tried on her own for a week and could find no relief so we worked on it together over the telephone."
Note that Jack combines both tapping and The Unseen Therapist. Many do this on their way to gaining more trust in The Unseen Therapist. It can be very useful. The end of the story shows how The Unseen Therapist can take care of other issues "behind the scenes."
Ann felt under terrible pressure. She had come a long way in her practice of meditation and had been able to move away from the violence and fears of her childhood home. Her neighbour’s son liked to bully others and started parking his big red van in front of her house. Her house was right on the street and the van would dominate her sitting room window.
She had words with him previously about something else and he had threatened to burn down her house so she didn’t see any use in asking him not to put his van there. Normally neighbours accept that the place in front of your house is reserved for your car but Ann didn’t like to park there because the road was narrow and parking there caused problems for others on the street. The neighbour’s son didn’t mind and took advantage of the vacant parking place.
She talked to several people about the situation and a few solutions were offered but to her mind they were all messy and tit for tat. When she asked me I told her that when she conquers the situation within herself, she will be able to conquer the outer situation. Her unhappiness was from an inner turmoil. Once the inner turmoil was resolved the outer situation would not disturb her. She tried on her own for a week and could find no relief so we worked on it together over the telephone.
I asked her to feel the feeling of turmoil. What was it like?
She said, "It’s like being oppresses, being pressed down, helpless and overshadowed."
We did one round of tapping and then asked The Unseen Therapist to bring harmony to the feeling. Ann is devoted to Mother Mary and asked her to be The Unseen Therapist. The uncomfortable feeling went from a 10 to a 6. We tapped again for one round on still having the uncomfortable feeling and then went back to The Unseen Therapist. Ann became filled with the light and peace of her Unseen Therapist. Her eyes were closed and she said that she was completely at peace. To test her state I asked her to see the red van in her mind and try very hard to get back to the feeling of oppression and helplessness.
She nearly shouted, “Oh my God, the van is gone.” She had been sitting with her eyes closed while we did the healing work and when I asked her to visualize the red van and try to get back the helpless oppressed feeling, she opened her eyes to look at the van in order to focus on it and it was gone. She said the van was gone. The place in front of her house was empty.
Ann called me again a few days later and said that the man doesn’t park in front of her house any more. He parks behind his mother’s house next door. She said that she cried so many tears of relief and was so happy that she was able to deal with her problem with the help of the higher world rather than her old way of aggression.
Regards, Jack Carter