Does Time Heal All Wounds?
The eighty-something-year-old woman’s son died when she was only twenty years old.
She tucked her left thumb under her fingers, a common Body Language sign for a trauma over the death of a loved one.
(An exception to the rule is a trauma over being “under the thumb” of someone else.)
The woman studied with Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, and went on to become a death therapist.
I Body Dowsed her, and her right leg was stiff as a board.
So the primary trauma was NOT the death of her son.
It turned out to be her mother, who had denied her the money to treat her son with alternative medicine, instead of mainstream medicine.
She still hadn’t forgiven her mother for something that happened over sixty years ago.
Time does NOT heal all wounds.
It’s what you DO with the time that heals all wounds.