Therapy to target brain response to burns, allow normal healing
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"A burn is one of the worst injuries a person can experience," Marja told The Indian Express in a telephonic interview. However, it is the brain's unconscious overreaction to the extreme level of pain caused by the burn and not the burn itself which causes the devastating blistering, scarring and disfigurement we are familiar with, she said. "Distant Subliminal Neuro Bypass (DSNB) essentially mitigates the brain's unconscious response to thermal injuries through preventing the neural shock and immune and physiological overkill response. Consequently, the body can allow normal skin repair (epithelial reconstruction) to take place immediately after the pain subsides."
Over the years, seemingly inexplicable reports of fire-walking without showing any sign of burn injury have surfaced. People under hypnosis show burn injuries without exposure to any thermal source simply because it was suggested that they burned themselves. The only conclusion to reach is a diagnosis where the brain adopts a subjective reality resulting in physical reactions, Marja said.
The use of Distant Subliminal Neuro-bypass or DSNB has been practised by Dr Phillip Savage for over 25 years where the technique treats patients without physically meeting him or her. According to Marja, DSNB is complicated in nature.
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