Recently I was attacked and stung by a bald face hornet on my left inner arm. Within minutes of the sting I had lost the ability to move the fingers or use the hand at all on the arm. The pain from the sting was amazing. As someone who spends a great deal of time outdoors, this isn’t my first sting, although first time with a hornet. Usually, there is vomiting, scary difficult with breathing, sweating, and the ever so delightful excessive swelling and muscle cramping.
The first thing I did was call Liza, who luckily picked up on the first ring and was able to do an emergency Pranic Healing session. She recommended I go to an emergency room immediately, but there wasn’t enough time to get me to one. I have been allergic to many things for my whole life, and my experience with ER’s was they made the situation worse since I also tend to be allergic to things they want to treat you with for allergic reactions.
Before she started the session, I struggled to breathe on the floor of the bathroom, dry heaving constantly. Within minutes of Liza starting the session my breathing returned to normal and the dry heaving discontinued completely. I was able to get up, and with ice pack in tow, actually lay down for the session in the comfort of my bed (rather than the bathroom floor). After the 20 minute treatment I actually felt good. I ended up being able to go to work for several hours, and while I didn’t feel 100% percent, everyone who knows me and has experienced me being stung was amazed at how well I was doing.
I suspect that part of my rapid response to treatment is due to the fact that I receive regular Pranic Healing treatments as well as doing a daily Pranic Healing practice myself. I feel that Pranic Healing continues to change and save my life in both dramatic and subtle ways. I can’t recommend enough for people with severe allergies the importance of Pranic Healing!