Lyme disease is the most common disease spread by ticks in the northern hemisphere. It is the most common vector-borne disease in the United States. Approximately 70-80% of infected people have an erythema migrans (EM) rash within 3-30 days of the tick bite. Other early symptoms may include fever, headache, fatigue, muscle and joint aches, and swollen lymph nodes in the absence of the rash. Up to 10-30% of patients who have completed a course of antibiotic treatment continue to have symptoms such as:
- joint pain
- severe fatigue
- sleep disturbance, or
- cognitive difficulties.
Figure 1: Example of the erythema migrans (EM) rash caused by Lyme disease
Our treatment usually takes approximately 5-10 hours over three (and occasionally 4-5) sessions. We use a regression technique that evokes trauma at the developmental event that causes the susceptibility to this problem; and then healing is done using a variety of standard trauma healing techniques. Once treatment is over, the client's symptoms that were due to Lyme disease are gone or significantly reduced.
Client 1: Below is a short (6 minute) video from one of our original research clients that has completed this Lyme disease treatment.
Client 2: Here is a written testimonial from another Lyme disease client (Riley).
"1. After completing the Lyme disease process what physical, psychological, and/or emotional changes have you experienced, if you compare your life to before our sessions together?
Riley: Physically, I feel lighter, I have more energy, my body has become more flexible and less tense and the pain that I have dealt with for a long time has greatly diminished (I believe that the small amount of leftover pain is related to other factors and that the Lyme Disease process helped with all the pain that was possible to eliminate with this healing technique!) Overall, I experienced wonderful physical changes.
Psychologically, I feel more at ease and at peace.
Emotionally, I feel happier, more myself and a greater sense of emotional wellbeing overall.
2. What impact have these changes had on your life?
Riley: I feel much more at ease and able to thrive. I feel like my world has expanded and I am moving about my life with more confidence and a greater sense of peace.
3. What did you like most about these changes?
Riley: The reduction in pain I noticed and the greater sense of ease in daily life that I have experienced.
4. What did you like most about my approach/therapy?
Riley: Ghita is kind, supportive, and compassionate, and does a wonderful job of explaining the process and guiding you through it! She is great!
5. What do you remember from this experience?
Riley: The way in which a greater sense of ease overall continued to build more and more.
6. Would you recommend my services, and if so, to whom and why?
Riley: Absolutely! I would recommend this process to anyone who has dealt with Lyme disease and would highly recommend Ghita as she is skilled, compassionate and incredibly supportive!"
The clinic staff that deliver this treatment include:
|Mary Pellicer MD||USA, South America||English||https://www.peakstatestherapy.com/pellicer.php|
|Ghita Ibnbrahim||Canada||French, English||https://www.peakstatestherapy.com/ibnbrahim.php|
|Shayne McKenzie||Australia, New Zealand, Asia, UK||English||https://www.peakstatestherapy.com/mckenzie.php|
|Kirsten Lykkegaard DVM||Europe||Danish, English||https://www.peakstatestherapy.com/lykkegaard.php|
Research and development history
We were first asked to find a treatment for Lyme disease in the fall of 2016. The client wanted us to find a way to quickly treat the disease (because in some patients antibiotic treatments are not effective or can take many months), and more importantly find a way to eliminate persistent chronic symptoms that do not respond to antibiotic treatment in some patients.
From the Institute's perspective, this was an interesting project because the cause of the disease was already known (unlike most of our research projects). Thus, from a time perspective, a large part of the investigative work was already done for us since we did not also need to figure out the originating disease. From a public health perspective, it would also demonstrate an application of subcellular psychobiology as a complement / alternative to both conventional drug treatments (in this case antibiotics) and as an immunization procedure (like a vaccine). As antibiotics are becoming more and more ineffective, the need to find an alternative to antibiotics is becoming more and more pressing worldwide, making this an interesting test case for our work.
We have researched and developed 7 different treatments. Our current clinic process has demonstrated high effectiveness rates and was released as a clinic treatment in 2020.
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1.0 January 2021: First published description of the treatment.