The practitioner writes: A 30-year old woman, the daughter of a friend of mine, was repeatedly traumatized in high school because she was not allowed to use the toilet when necessary. For this and other reasons, she was hardly able to attend school. She stayed at home and shrank from contact with other people. Later she developed panic disorder.
Before meeting her, I called to explain Sai Vibrionics to her and set up an appointment for a consultation. But she had so much fear about leaving her house she initially felt that the 30-minute train ride to see me would be an impossible undertaking. However, she was interested in Vibrionics because she did not like allopathic medicines. She agreed to come to visit me accompanied by her mother in February 2009. On the way, she got off and on the train several times for restroom visits.
During the consultation, the patient complained of unease, panic disorder, diarrhoea, frequent urination, migraine, and depression. I gave her:
#1. CC4.6 Diarrhoea + CC11.4 Migraines + CC13.3 Incontinence + CC15.2 Psychiatric disorders…TDS
I let her decide whether she wanted to continue taking some Eastern herbal medicine in addition.
One month later, she began to express her feelings, especially what she disliked or hated. Because she was suffering from depression, I refrained from saying anything directive or judgmental and just observed what she did. This meant that at each consultation, it took me longer to prepare her remedy.
By April 2012, she had improved to the extent that she could objectively observe and analyze her words, thoughts and deeds. At this point, I encouraged her to be positive since her ability to accept herself and her daily surroundings was important. Practicing acceptance could become a habit which would mould her character in the long term. Remedy #1 was now discontinued, and the patient was given the following combo for stress and fear:
#2. CC15.2 Psychiatric disorders + CC15.5 ADD & Autism…TDS for 5 months, then OD
By June 2013, she was well enough to help support her family, experiencing much less fear and stress. In spring 2014, she reported to me that she was spending less time feeling worried or depressed while still continuing the remedy OD. As she has largely recovered and in the practitioner's view, it is important to respect the patient's self-motivated approach, contacts with her are now infrequent.