Joyce Waring Writes: In May last year my younger sister was diagnosed with Cancer of her left Kidney. As soon as she was diagnosed I immediately began to feel pain in my kidney area, but in my right side. As I am an empathic person I assumed that my pain was in 'sympathy' with her. But as it it turned out, it was something more...
My sister ended up have her left kidney, her ureta and part of her bladder removed on the 19th June last year and when she came out of hospital she looked better than I had seen her look for years.
Unfortunately the pain in my 'right kidney' was getting no better and if anything it was getting worse. I had already done my tapping on 'my kidney' to no avail and ended up seeing the doctor as an emergency. Because it was an emergency I did not get to see my own doctor, who by now knows that I only go for "diagnosis" and is happy to let me cope in this way. Because this doctor did not know me, she examined me and decided that the reason for the spasmodic pain was that I had at least one gall stone. No medication was subscribed, but she arranged for me to go for a scan 3 weeks later.
Having received a diagnosis I immediately started tapping on the end of the Gall Bladder meridian and within half an hour was free from pain. I needed to do this for the rest of the day and for a short period on the day after. By the time I attended the scan, my gall bladder and surrounding areas were completely clear.