by Dr. Lawrence Wilson
© January 2023, LD Wilson
All information in this article is for educational
purposes only. It is not for the
diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.
The development program often causes the release of traumas. This is one of its finest
features. Trauma retracing is an unusual process in which temporary symptoms
may occur as one releases traumas with the development program.
Releasing trauma can occasionally be traumatic. This just means that as one retraces
and removes a trauma, healing reactions can occur that are not always
pleasant. They may include bad
dreams, various physical symptoms from itching to retracing of infections,
anxiety, anger, depression feelings and more.
This article specifically discusses how to recognize, understand and
handle retracing reactions related to traumas – both those traumas that
you know about and those of which you are not even aware.
II. BASIC INFORMATION ABOUT TRAUMAS
MOST PEOPLE ARE TRAUMATIZED
This is our observation, especially for women. Most, if not all women on earth, have
been beaten, raped and poisoned by the alien group we call the Rogues on this website. For details, read Rape and The Rape Planet.
Very few women will speak about this because they are warned they will
be punished severely if they tell anyone about it.
TRAUMAS LOWER ONE’S ADAPTIVE ENERGY
Traumas always lowers your vitality or adaptive energy. Retracing is always about increasing
your vitality and adaptive energy by some means. Development programs are very helpful because they, unlike
most medical and holistic approaches, are designed specifically to increase
TRAUMAS ALL TEND TO MAKE THE BODY
COLDER OR MORE YIN IN MACROBIOTIC TERMINOLOGY
Most traumas damage the body in an unusual way in terms of
physics. They make the body
colder. An older word for this is yin. This means empty, depleted, and too expanded. For details, read Yin Disease.
In terms of bio-energetics, the glandular system is depleted, hormone
levels are usually lower, and this contributes to the symptoms that occur after
a trauma of any kind.
Many perpetrators of traumas such as rapists, robbers, thieves, and
others know about the above. One of
their goals in causing trauma for another person is to lower the person’s
energy and make the person more yin.
The development program is specifically designed to correct a lowered
energy level and a more yin condition of the body.
III. HOW TO TELL IF YOU ARE RETRACING
Retracing a trauma is not always easy to identify. Some people clearly re-experience a memory
of an old incident, accident, divorce, rape, mugging,
beating or something else. Often,
along with it they suddenly feel very angry, sad, lonely, horrified, depressed,
very irritable or perhaps anxious.
Sometimes they may feel pain in the body somewhere such as the joints or
the pelvic area.
An odd symptom is that part of you is very present here and now, but
another part of the brain is often back in the past – maybe even 20 or 30
years back. It is usually
impossible to separate the two. If
you live with a partner, however, the partner may be able to help you see that
your anger, for example, is not about the present, but perhaps toward a parent
who mistreated or molested you when you were a baby. This sort of splitting of the mind during retracing is very
unusual and yet it happens in many cases.
In most cases, the feelings do not last long – perhaps a few
hours to a day or so, and the next morning, perhaps, they are gone. This is often what retracing a trauma
looks like and feels like.
More intense healing crises. In
some cases, however, the feelings can be extreme. The bad dreams can be extreme, and one can feel horribly
anxious, out of control, not present in the body very well, confused, foggy in
the head, and rarely a person even feels like they are dying, perhaps. These more extreme symptoms are okay,
but it is always wise to tell your development Helper about them and ask that I
1. Does your development program need
changing? This can be the case, even if you just
started it a few days or a few weeks before. The reason is that your body chemistry may have
We find that at times, the body chemistry has shifted. However, at other times, the symptoms
are mainly psychosomatic and the body
chemistry has not changed.
word psychosomatic means that mental or emotional situations are expressed as
physical symptoms such as rashes, headaches, fever or something else. The symptoms seem to be purely
physical, but in reality, the cause is psychological or emotional.
2. Are there simple and safe remedies
that can be applied to calm down the situation? First,
let us discuss general remedies.
GENERAL REMEDIES FOR ALL TRAUMA
1. Slow down the program. This
may help, but not necessarily. One
does this by stopping the supplements, for example, except perhaps the
digestive aid and perhaps the omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin D, although I
suppose even these could “feed” the retracing reaction.
2. Drink more spring or carbon-only
or sand filtered-only tap water. More drinking water
may help because part or even all of the retracing involves the elimination of
toxic substances from the body. At
times, drinking more water has an amazingly calming effect.
3. Rub your feet and “pop” the toes. Doing
a reflexology session can release blocked
energies at all levels and can be most helpful in some cases.
4. Take an extra sauna or several
extra ones. The hot, dry, yang energy of the near infrared lamp sauna, can be helpful to bring
up certain emotional issues and help release them. If you don’t have a sauna, shine a reddish heat bulb on the
chest or abdomen for an hour for adults and less for children. This is calming for some people and
provides special frequencies that assist healing.
5. Extra coffee enemas are often
helpful. Coffee enemas release toxins quickly and effectively. These can be helpful emotionally as
well, perhaps because they move energy downward and inward, which are generally
6. Do more of the Pulling Down
Procedure. This particular meditation
exercise for healing can help in dozens of ways to calm, center, ground,
balance, relax the mind, and more.
7. Breathe deeply. This
is often helpful. Lie down
comfortably and breathe deeply for at least one-half
an hour or up to one hour or more.
This can also be done in conjunction with taking a short, gentle or
perhaps slightly brisk walk.
8. Adjust and balance the spine. How to do some spinal adjustment safely at home is
described in a separate article entitled The
Twists, Pops, Pulls and Kicks. One can also visit a good quality chiropractor or osteopath.
9. Take a warm to hot Epsom salt
bath. Place about 4 to 5 pounds of Epsom salts in the
bath water and lay in it for about 20 minutes. Then lie down afterwards for at least an hour before showering
off. This will permit your body to
absorb even more of the salts. Do
not do this more than twice a week, as it is somewhat yin. However, it is quite relaxing.
10. Distract yourself with some quiet
music, watching a happy movie, perhaps or something else relaxing. Going
out, talking with friends or other activities may help, but do not do anything
that weakens or tires you such as vigorous exercise.
11. Have a good cry. Crying releases certain types of feelings such as acute
sadness, but not others. Crying is
not always easy or simple if one is living in a family with children, for
example, who will not understand what you are going through.
Crying is also quite difficult for some people, particularly men and
“strong” women. I had to put on a
very sad movie in order to cause myself to cry, but it can be wonderful to
relieve certain symptoms as you retrace old traumas.
12. Make simple modifications to your development
program. Among these are taking
more trauma buffers. As
part of a development program, certain nutritional supplements seem to function
as trauma buffers. These nutrients
reduce the intensity of the feelings that come up as one heals the trauma.
is the product we use the most.
One can take up to nine 1200 mg lecithin capsules daily. Others are calcium and magnesium. These tend to “put a lid on things”,
and help keep a person more relaxed and in control of the trauma release
13. Other. This
might include speaking with a friend on the telephone, a bodywork or
therapeutic massage session, or a professional reflexology session, for
MODIFYING A DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM IN
Dietary changes. In
general, for most retracing, eating more red meat, eggs and chicken, for
example, are helpful after trauma.
The simple reason for this is that when trauma occurs, it depletes the
body of zinc, B-complex vitamins and other nutrients contained in meats and
Moving to a vegetarian or semi-vegetarian diet after a trauma in an
effort to feel better is horrible and dangerous, by contrast. This is very important advice. A raw food diet is also usually very
bad, because it makes the body more yin, which is harmful. Eating many cooked vegetables is very
helpful, in most cases, because they contain many complex phyto-nutrients our
bodies desperately need.
Supplement remedies. At
times, changing your supplement program will take care of some trauma retracing
reactions. Here are some simple
changes that can be tried. A
warning is not to take piles of supplements. This can confuse and make the body too yin:
1. For severe anxiety: Take more calcium, magnesium and zinc or
Paramin. After rape, for example,
more zinc is often needed. Another
supplement for anxiety feelings is a supplement containing inositol, choline,
and if you wish, adding some methionine and niacinamide.
2. For severe depression:
Supplements can usually pull a person out of depression feelings much
faster. The best, in my
experience, are b-complex vitamins, up to 200 mg per day in extreme cases, and
adrenal and thyroid glandular extracts (but not hormones).
I would avoid, if possible, high-dose vitamin C, which will help but
is too yin. I would avoid most
herbs because they will help, but may be toxic. I would avoid medical drugs if at all possible, too, as they
are all toxic such as anti-depressants and others.
Homeopathic remedies. While
these may work, we do not recommend them because they are much more yin in
macrobiotic terminology. We would
avoid homeopathy for this subtle reason.
TECHNICAL ASPECTS OF TRAUMA RETRACING
The following are common hair mineral patterns that occur as a person
retraces a trauma:
1. One may go into a deep bowl pattern. One can feel completely held down and stuck physically,
emotionally and/or mentally. It
often occurs near the beginning of a trauma retracing. Sinking into a bowl or just ‘bowling’,
which means moving closer to a bowl pattern, is a hair analysis pattern called
“Into The Mud” or “Into My Issues”.
Some people feel better when this occurs, but it can cause feelings of
fatigue, depression, exhaustion and even despair.
2. One may go into double low ratio pattern. This is actually retracing a type of impending death.
3. One may move into faster oxidation. This represents acute stress, feelings of anxiety, panic,
fight-or-flight, extreme agitation or even excitement. It can be a need or desire to escape in
some way. It may take months to
come out of this pattern if the trauma was severe.
4. One may move into a four highs pattern. This also represents a more acute situation, a desire to
fight back, and perhaps escape, run away, or it can represent a lot of
anger. In acupuncture terminology
it is a weak yang or yang rising
The Sting Or Fire Reaction is an unusual and uncommon healing