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Kegel's exercises from the book The K ey to Feminine R esponse in M arriage by Ronald M. Deutsch (New York, Random House, 1968). Ida set up a research project in her first advanced class. Beforeand-after-readings were taken on all the women models. Most of the before readings were in the twenties and thirties and the after readings showed a gain of a few points to over twenty points. All of us were excited about the splash this information would make in the chapter on sex and the fourth session.

No we can't do that now! " This went on for several minutes. Then a surprised look came over her face, then an embarrassed smile. The trauma of her first sexual encounter had remained locked in the tension in her thighs. When a traumatic incident is in the body, it creates aberration. When that incident is re-experienced and released, the aberration disappears. " The older we get, the more stacks we have and the more traumatic incidents in each stack. Let's imagine you were born in a hospital and the doctor used instruments to deliver you.

I went back into my office, closed the door, sat down on my stool and continued my work on the cli­ ent's neck. " I jumped up and hurried to the door and found she was still standing there. I was embarrassed as I apologized for my actions. " The Back Operation She took a breath, then sighed deeply, and said she was without pain for the first time in years. She and her husband had stopped off at my office on their way to the airport from Marin County. Her husband was a client, and he had insisted that his wife get her first session from me before catching the plane for New York and her scheduled back operation.

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