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Resolving Brain Damage with Symbols
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Jean Logan
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About the Author - Jean Logan is an ordained minister, has a doctorate in Holistic Nutritional Healing and is a student of many types of energy healing. She is the author of the manuals “Unlocking the Power of Glyphs” and "Sacred Symbols of Light." All profits from sales of “Unlocking the Power of Glyphs” will be used to help children in impoverished countries. An accomplished speaker, Dr. Logan can be contacted for speaking engagements through her website (http://www.holygroundfarm.org/).  
By Jean Logan
Published on 08/5/2010
 
This is an article about using symbols called glyphs to heal a dog's brain.  I received the answer that Jesse had suffered brain damage from starvation and dehydration as a puppy.  I was told she could be helped by creating a glyph designed to rebuild the area of her brain that was not developed normally.

Jesse

In 2004 my husband Dean and I adopted Jesse, a black mixed breed dog from the local shelter.  We got her to be a companion for our hound, Roscoe, who we also rescued from a traumatic existence of starvation.  

 

Roscoe was delighted with the playful companionship of Jesse; however, one problem we immediately encountered with her was car sickness.  Every time we drove even a short distance, she would get car sick. Flower remedies which were helpful with other dogs, were ineffective.  As I was working with empowering symbols and glyphs, I started out to design one that would balance her equilibrium.  This was no help.  I designed another one to emulate the frequency of a popular over-the-counter sea sickness medication.  I had been successful in duplicating the energy of different medications or herbs with glyphs on previous occasions.  If the glyph stayed on Jesse, as I held her in my lap, it seemed to help, but when I put her in the back with Roscoe, she would pull it off and start throwing up again.  In total frustration I finally asked for guidance.  (When will I ever learn to ask for guidance first?)  I asked Source for help.  I received the answer that Jesse had suffered brain damage from starvation and dehydration as a puppy.  I was told she could be helped by creating a glyph designed to rebuild the area of her brain that was not developed normally.  I was also told I must know the part of her brain that needed help to put in the wording of the glyph.  I then asked "How should I get that, dowse?"  The answer I received was, "You could but I will tell you if you ask."  A good lesson here was the importance of asking for the information we want.  Whenever we ask, we will always receive the answer.  I replied, "I am asking."  I received a reply that the brain part that needed restoration was the cerebellum. I then created a glyph to regenerate the undeveloped cerebellum and empowered it. Dean scanned the glyph, cataloged it, designed the master catalog header, and made patches to put on the dog. In the evening before she went to sleep, I taped the glyph on her crown chakra, which is right at the top of her head between the ears. The look on her face showed me that she was feeling something strange going on but she had no problem going to sleep. The glyphs are never painful but do sometimes cause a sensation of something happening inside the body. We put the glyph on every night for two weeks. After this two-week period we noticed a considerable improvement in her car sickness but still had an occasional occurrence of throwing up when riding on a winding mountain road. We then used the glyph on her for another two weeks. It has now been at least three years since she has any had any problem with car sickness. I did not put this glyph in my first book, “Unlocking the Power of Glyphs." I chose to present symbols that would help people on their path to evolve, resolve bacterial and viral illnesses and speed healing.   

 

We must proceed with caution regarding changing people without first asking permission.  I have a nephew who is retarded.  I initially thought that perhaps I could help him.  When I asked I was informed that I must not interfere.  He had chosen to be as he is and does not desire any help.  In cases like this, we must resist the temptation to “fix” someone and honor their path. It will take some further research to see how far we can take this ability, but we must proceed with caution.