Terrific Transformations- Grief

I believe it was in the spring of 2003 in Ithaca, New York, that I had my first experience with Network Spinal Analysis. Dr. Todd Stein was giving ‘free samples’ at a holistic health fair I was attending. After receiving an entrainment, my intuition said, “OK, we’re doing this now.” I’ve been under care ever since.

My tale of Network care is not so much about relief from particular physical symptoms as it is about Network supporting a major life transition that was beginning around the time of that first entrainment. In the years since that entrainment, I attended 3 or 4 Transformational Gates, quit a job that my soul had been urging me to leave, moved to California (getting entrainments along the way as I drove across country), switched careers and started developing yet another, and became fascinated by the human energy field and metaphysics in general. I also fully embraced the model of healing and wellness that’s fundamental to Network.

Looking back on the years since I first came under care, I see the wisdom of my intuition guiding me to ‘just do it.’ I underwent many energetic shifts and can’t imagine how I would have survived all the transitions without the support of Network. I feel like a very, very different person now compared to who I was then.

The many transitions landed me in Berkeley, where I found my way to Hikari Chiropractic and Dr. Koichi’s wonderful care.

Besides appreciating Koichi’s great sense of humor, amazing skills, and compassionate manner, I’m particularly grateful for the support he gave me through the hardest year of my life. This began in the summer of 2008, when my mother died. I came in for an entrainment the day after I heard the news. He supported me through my grief and I know that a major reason I was able to make it through that transition as well as I did was the physical, emotional, and spiritual support I received through all the entrainments. I felt safe to be real in the midst of an extremely painful and tumultuous time. I really don’t know how I would have made it through that time without his skillful support.

When I reflect on the various challenges and transitions I’ve been through since being under care, I’m grateful and amazed by how much I’ve grown. My views on health and wellness have completely changed and in spite of the challenges, my body doesn’t hold onto stress like it did years ago. The strategies that the nervous system develops under care really do change everything.

Many thanks to Koichi and his wonderful staff!

Ann Hill
Berkeley, CA