Practitioner: Shaguntala Sangarapillay
A mother and daughter arrived on my doorstep. Someone overseas had told them that “Three In One” concepts focused on the emotional causes of illnesses and maybe there might be a solution for these headaches.
The daughter’s headaches started at age 7 or 8. The pain was varied. They have seen a doctor to ensure that there was nothing physically wrong. Sometime she took a Panadol. They were vegetarians and organic farmers. The daughter was studying at university.
Her mum offered to leave the room – but my client said it was okay for mum to stay in the room. I first explained that I may not start with “Three In One” – and they were agreeable. I started with N.O.T. At school some of the girls were bullies. It was a country school. It took a while to get to the cause – and the mother suddenly said “try testing in relation to being different at school”. This was the key. They were organic farmers – the rest of the kids at school came from “conventional farming” families.
At the end of the Basic 1-8, my client wanted to diffuse the stresses involved with completing her masters degree at university. She was studying in Europe. My client was the only student from that school who made it to university.
And then she said “I want to clear issues with respect to my relationship with my family”. At this point mum left the room. The stress as she was growing up was “dad did not approve of the NZ education system” – although now he has changed his mind and thinks it is good. There were “expectations from father”.
At this point “Set Standards Diffusion” from Three In One Concepts was used. This is about the stresses involved when you set standards for yourself, set standards for others and when others set standards for you.
Her homework was the Australian Bush Flower essence “Little Flannel Flower” – the essence is about connecting with the child in you. She said she grew up very fast.
One week later…
They insisted on an appointment a week later – she was returning to Europe. She did not have headaches – “I could feel it – but it never came out”.
This time she wanted to work on her future goals and dreams. She was a talented artist but she was studying “Business, Computer Science”. She spent the time during the consultation creating a way to achieve her “dream” which was more than just being an artist.