Sunday, 1 November 2015

A Man Overcame ADHD and Asperger's Syndrome with Hand Healing

As far as my clinic is concerned, more and more children become restless and inattention nowadays. I have seen many children with hyperactivity disorder, autistic behaviour or developmental disorder more than ever. Some children are getting better due to the cooperation of their school and their surroundings whereas others are in trouble. Especially, their mother is the one who blames herself and feels burdens. 

As a matter of fact, the number of children who have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or Asperger's Syndrome increases around the globe. It is assumed that this reflects the environmental change by toxic chemical substances, the change of eating habits and lifestyle of their parents and many other factors.

Modern science can not cure these symptoms, however, parents can exploit new potentials for their children. I would like to introduce a child who overcame ADHD and Asperger's with mind power (hand healing). This case was written in my book, "Challenges of Two Women Doctors" published in 2014. 

A man was diagnosed as ADHD when he was 3 years old. He was restless, had problems in human relations, and obstructed classes at his elementary school. His mother attended the classes to support him for months. He hardly sit down and stayed at his classroom, and medicines did not help him. He had becoming violent since 11 years old because he could not communicate with others. Thus, his doctor diagnosed him Asperger's Syndrome. After a while, he stopped going to school.

His mother encountered mind power 14 years ago, and when she sensed something in her child's head with her hands, she realised that she could heal her son by herself and she started feeling a hopeful future accordingly.  

After several mind power treatments, the son became calm and could attend classes again, telling his mother that "I could understand what my teacher said"

When he entered a secondary school, he began to communicate with his friends and became the head of the student council later. 

When he was a high school student, he played the bagpipes and enjoyed his school life. He overcame hyperacusis and hyperahia that are commonly seen for Asperger's Syndrome.  

He has graduated Sophia University which is ranked as one of the top private universities in Japan, and now preparing for a postgraduate course. He works as a waiter at the same time.

His mother told me that "my son and I gave everything up when he was little, but we have nothing to worry about now as he lives independently, studies hard and works hard". 

The texts were originally written in Japanese by Dr. Toyoda and translated by Mio Nakano.
Reference: Dr. Toyoda's blog

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