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TPS7 Deleted Session November 6, 1983 7/35 (20%) foot leg ulcers motions cigarette

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(Jane said her foot and ankle are sore, and bothered her during the night—the right one, that is—but that it feels okay at the moment. I thought it was from its recent moving, after such a long period of inactivity. The left foot and leg are okay.

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(3:39. She began some exercises. Her left foot and leg went up in the air, the foot rotating quite freely. “When I do that, that’s when the right foot wants to, too, and that’s when it starts hurting. I felt her right leg; the whole thing was tense and hard, from close to the groin on down. I massaged it a bit until she told me to stop. I said I supposed the leg was tense so as to serve as a sort of splint for the broken bone near the knee.

(3:43. More head and left leg and foot motions—rather strong. “It’s safe. It’s all right,” Jane kept saying. At 3:50 Cathy came in, then Carol. Temperature—96.6. BP 112 over 60. Finally Jane told me to get out my paper and pen. Seth was around.)

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Two small bedsores have healed—another mark of progress. There is no need to be concerned about the occasional discomfort in the right foot and leg. Those areas are awakening, and the new unaccustomed motions are the cause of the discomfort—a discomfort which will vanish in no time as the body continues its improvements. All of the body is being activated—and again, improvements are occurring also that have not yet showed themselves but will soon be doing so.

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(“What about those sudden movements he said he made with his legs last night, when the nurse dropped the cigarette on his bed?”)

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(I’d been upset and encouraged at the same time by the cigarette episode Jane had described to me just before the session. It seems that last night the nurse—Dawn? —had accidentally dropped the lighted cigarette, and Jane had jerked her legs out of the way to avoid being burned, or to avoid the threat of injury. “You never saw me move so fast in your whole life.” she’d said. or used words to that effect.

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(4:17. Now Jane launched into a series of more general motions, with many noises, groanings and gruntings. Head, shoulders, arms and legs. She said her head rotated on her neck in a new way. The left ankle clearly showed additional flexibility. “When that left foot starts to move it feels like its going to fly right off,” Jane said. “It feels so free.”

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