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I was coughing, too, as I left the room to wash the poison from my body. Every time we worked, he gave out a poison that forced me to leave and him to go to the open window and plants. We would say that the people in the white coats would come for us if they knew how we were carrying on. Certain areas of his body gave out very distinctive odors, and we named them. The "rug cleaner" was one of the strongest and most distinct. After one session when the "rug cleaner" smell flowed, the psychiatrist went directly from my office to a meeting.
She did not come with him again. I always asked about her. Finally, he told me that she would not come because she was afraid she would lose her insurance payments. Stroke Symptoms for Sympathy She had all the symptoms of a stroke patient. I would work her, and we would get movement that she had not had before—more range, more freedom. I would see her go, feeling good about our accomplishments; then the next week I could see the all our improvement had vanished. I stopped charging her for my work, called her husband, and asked if he could see any change.
Her husband set an appointment for himself at 7:30 the next morning. When I answered the door at 7:30, she was there, smiling, and said she'd awakened her husband during the night and asked him to relinquish his appointment to her. We put the stuff back to where it used to be, lengthened and straightened her back, and she went away light and happy. The Painful Coccyx She was in her last trimester, and her pregnancy had been quite free of pain until the coccyx area of her pelvis began to give her constant pain.
A Zen approach to bodytherapy: From Rolf to Feldenkrais to Tanouye Roshi by William S. Leigh