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Unexpected illness


I am Reveniens’ husband. On Wednesday, he began experiencing lower back pain that became excruciating throughout Thursday, and we spent Friday morning in Urgent Care having tests done.

Thankfully, it does not seem to be a problem with his kidneys. They do, however, believe that there may be a cyst that is causing the intense pain. They were not able to get an image of the right area, despite trying, and having a very good ultrasound tech. We have a referral to follow up with another doctor as soon as possible, and I will be making some phone calls Monday morning to find someone who specializes in the type of treatment he may need.

He asked me to write to say that he will not be able to make a Friday post this week (I was frankly too tired to post this when it was Friday properly – I apologize), nor a make-up Monday post. I told him that posting was the last thing that he needed to worry about, but it’s in his nature to stress intensely over obligations he creates for himself.

If you are of such a persuasion, any healing thoughts, prayers, or energy would be greatly appreciated. Particularly with a slant towards the doctors correctly identifying the problem quickly so that we can sort out some kind of treatment.

Thank you for reading, and for your time.


One thought on “Unexpected illness”

  1. I’ve been wrong before and I can certainly be wrong again, so take this with a grain of salt and of course weigh it against your physician’s better judgement. I drew some cards to look at the situation and this is what I came up with.

    The cards indicate the potential of a long-term mineral deficiency which combined with an active lifestyle produced exhaustion and stressed the heart. Over time these issues turned into a chronic problem which seems to suggest a need for special dietary requirements. The stress over the heart continued which became a vascular issue and inhibited the body’s ability to pump and process fluids.

    Moving forward, the condition is marked by muscle tension and nerve pain emanating from the perineum. The bladder is strongly indicated, as are issues of water retention not just within the related structures of the bladder and eliminatory system, but also among the lymphatics and associated nodes.

    It’s a bit all over the map, but to summarize the greatest conflict I see here is a loss of balance between fire and water. This seems to have been caused by a nutritional deficit (vitamins or minerals), which in turn stressed the muscles of the body and inhibited eliminatory processes.

    For what it’s worth, I’ll also send Reiki when I’m able. Best wishes in finding the cause of the discomfort and returning to daily life.

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