Quantum Physics realizes that taking a quantum leap back in time is something that can be accomplished. This is because there is only the Now, the present moment for us to achieve an effect.
A long time ago, so long I can't remember the source, I learned that if you stub your toe, all you have to do is repeat the same action several times, (without quite stubbing your toe again,) and the pain will go away.
I used that a lot unthinkingly, but in later years I studied the process in detail and began sharing it with my friends and family. I even suggested that they try variations. The concept I developed was that by re-creating the pattern and (changing the ending), you were, in effect, giving your soul (or KA) a new memory of the event, requiring the soul (or KA) to change the body state in conformity to the new version of what happened.
The sooner you could do this after the event, the sooner the body would get back into harmony.
What my friends and family ended up doing with this knowledge amazed and delighted me.
My friend Fred in California, one week after training, was in his back yard building a fence. At one point he smashed his thumb with a hammer and then pulled the hammer back prior to dropping it and following the routine of jumping up and down while squeezing his thumb and cussing.
At the high point of his swing away from his thumb he remembered my advice about repeating the pattern and changing the ending, so he followed through with his swing without quite touching his thumb.
He repeated the action about seventeen more times. By then his thumb barely tingled and he went on with his work. When he was through he looked at his thumb and there was neither bruising nor swelling, or pain.
A chiropracter we know in Georgia reported he was chopping up lettuce for a salad with a knife and sliced deep into a finger. Professionally he knew that it would require several stitches, but he decided to try out my crazy idea anyway.
After a few repetitive passes with the knife his finger stopped bleeding and the pain went away so he forgot about it and finished his salad. Three days later he remembered the accident and looked at his finger, there was not sign he had been cut.
Perhaps the most exciting of all, my cousin in Canada decided to act on the assumption that the soul (KA) lives only in the present moment and doesn't distinguish between vivid imagination and physical experience.
He had received a bad burn on his leg from a motor cycle exhaust pipe some weeks before, and it had not been healing well. Vividly re-creating the accident in his mind, he gave it an ending change that left his leg clear of the pipe. He did this in his mind about forty times. The long-standing condition which had begun to fester cleared up in three days.
The possibilities of this simple process are fantastic and boundless, especially if we can use it to help the "present" effects of past events. As a guideline, we've found that the best results come from making a small change in the pattern as possible.
Good Luck and Good Magic,
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