HCOB 15 March 1971 "Assists - A Flag Expertise Subject"
HCOB 5 July 1971R "Assists"
Tape: 5904C08 "States of Being"
Volunteer Ministers Handbook, Chapter on Assists
One of the factors of an assist is a balance of the nerve energy of the body on 12 channels going up and down the spine. The energy from a shock will make a standing wave in the body.
The brain is a shock cushion, that is all. It absorbs the shock from a large amount of energy. The neuron-synapse is a disconnection. A wave one way will have a wave reacting the other way. In the sympathetic system, the wave locks up on both sides of the body. So do the assist thoroughly on both sides. Get both sides and unlock the standing wave. The purpose of a touch assist is to unlock the standing waves that are small electronic ridges of nervous energy that are not flowing as they should.
At first, you might just get an awareness of the area. Then maybe, after the third or fourth assist (third or fourth day or many more days with one done each day), there is a large jolt that will go through.
The impulse locks up in the spine so you have to do the spine, too.
"Feel my finger." "Thank you."
The communication cycle is not as important in the touch assist, but it must be present. You do give the command, get an answer from the patient and acknowledge each time.
This is done alternating from one side of the body to the other, one command and answer and acknowledgement for each touch.
Pain gone, realization. It may take several assists to achieve this.
Both sides of the body must be balanced. If you touch the right elbow, it is followed by touching the left elbow in the same place, etc.
You must go to the extremities (feet and toes, hands and fingertips) beyond the area of injury.
Avoid setting up a rhythm, as you don't want to mesmerize the person.