Posted by NickD (22.214.171.124) on April 08, 2001 at 08:56:10:
In Reply to: Sounds like a lot of pain to witness posted by Ted on April 08, 2001 at 08:32:50:
but there is some scientific evidence of touch healing where a person would place there hands on an injured victim and draw out the pain, many times I have put on hand on my son's stomach when he was in pain (when he was much younger) and I could feel my hand getting warm, it was comforting to him, same with a pet that was hit by a car until I could get him to the vet. I was told a woman came to me when I was laying on the concrete after my accident and held my hand, never met her, but was told it was a miracle that I survived, so maybe there is something here. But just going in the basement in an isolated dark corner or away from anyone and taking the pain from someone on the other side of the world sounds a little far fetched to me when having a bad cluster. Ironically, this is my preferred method of dealing with the pain, maybe it's pride, maybe a kind hand over my right eye would ease the pain, never tried that, for some strange reason, I just want to be left alone, and maybe this is the wrong way to attack the problem. Hate going into ER crying like a baby. Must be pride.
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