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FROM SHUMEI MAGAZINE, VOL. 252
Being a True Friend
Mary Ann Scott (Hollywood)
Mary Ann Scott has been giving Jyorei since December
4, 1990. She is
a practitioner of Oriental Medicine, and says that patients who
have received Jyorei have experienced dramatic improvements—well
beyond what would normally be expected in
a general practice.
In early December, I received a cellular phone call
from the son of a dear friend. His mother was in the emergency room
of a local hospital, and he was en route there from work. She was
experiencing tremendous pain in the waist area of her back. He said
his mother had tried to reach me, but that I wasn’t home.
He asked me if I could come to the hospital. I said, “Sure,
I’ll be there in about 20 minutes.”
When I entered her emergency room, I was glad to see
that she was very alert. She was glad to see me. She described the
pain she was experiencing, and said she was afraid it was a kidney
stone. Years ago, she had suffered with a kidney stone and it felt
very similar. Her son was already in the room with her, and I could
see that his presence was very calming to her, despite the bustle
of nurses and orderlies into and out of the room and the various
activities they were undertaking on her behalf. We visited briefly,
and I wondered what I could do to help her in the midst of all of
the chaos of an emergency room. I said, “Why don’t I
give you Jyorei?” She said, “Oh, that will be wonderful.”
After I shared Jyorei with her, she said, “I feel so much
better now, the pain is much less sharp.” I could see her
face relaxing as the pain became more manageable, and I was very
grateful to be the means of such a transformation in her suffering.
They wheeled her out of the room for an X–ray.
After some time, she was back and they finally confirmed that she
had one quite large kidney stone that had been released by the kidney.
It was in progress through her urinary system. This was the cause
of her significant pain. Additionally, they reported that she had
another four or five kidney stones that would likely be released
by the kidney into the urinary system within the next week or two.
As the stone was no longer in the kidney, there was nothing the
doctors could do but prescribe a muscle relaxant/pain reliever for
her and discharge her. They expected her to pass the large kidney
stone within the next 24 hours.
I went to her home the next day, and gave her Jyorei
continuously for about 25 minutes. Amazingly, she never passed the
large kidney stone. Instead, she passed some “sand and grit.”
This was much less painful than passing a sizeable kidney stone.
I remarked to her that she was really lucky. She said, “Of
course, you gave me Jyorei. It was the Jyorei. The minute you gave
me Jyorei in the hospital, everything changed.”
Over the last two months, she has had intermittent
episodes of intense pain due to the other kidney stones, but she
has weathered them all very well. She now appears to be well on
the road to a full recovery.
I am sincerely grateful to have helped my friend through
this intensely painful time. Even though I practice Oriental Medicine,
it is very frustrating to be in emergency room with a dear friend
or family member, and feel unable to do anything to help. I want
everyone who reads this to know that there is something each one
of us can do at such a time: give Jyorei.
It is so easy to become caught up in the high drama
of an emergency room, or so intimidated by all the bells and whistles
of modern medical equipment and the efficiency of staff that we
might not dare to give Jyorei in such a setting. Just know that
it’s OK to have those feelings, but go ahead and be a true
friend and give Jyorei anyway. After all, everything that can be
done medically is being done. That leaves us free to address the
cause of all suffering by giving Jyorei to cleanse the spirit of
accumulated spiritual clouds.