By C. Mayhew TFT-Adv:
Fourth of July in the United States is a major Holiday where were celebrate our independence and birth as a Nation. Most businesses are closed in observance of this patriotic occasion.
Major cities around the world have festivities, parades and concerts. The night ends with awesome displays of bursting color and light forms dancing against the dark backdrop in the sky. The Awe’s, Oh’s and Wow’s from the spectators can be heard echoing under the magnificent burst of light with loud pops and bangs.
For many living in the outskirts of the city or for those who choose not to travel into the crowded cities, friends and families come together and celebrate with each other at their homes. They create their own excitement and shoot off their own fireworks.
But, what happens when an exciting, fun filled evening turns bad? Our 22 yr. old son, was in a rural area enjoying the festivities with other family members. After a day of boating and swimming, everyone sat around the campfire as several of the adults went over to the secured area to shoot off their own fireworks.
That’s when the evening turned disastrous. As soon as our son lit the fuse on his firework, it exploded in his face. Since it was dark, it was hard for anyone to determine how bad he was. There were several EMT’s at the party who started administering care right away. The closes ambulance was too far so they rushed him themselves to the closest hospital emergency center.
My husband and I were 3 hours away and did not get the call right away about the accident.
At the hospital, they had to remove various shrapnel from his forehead and eyes. He had 3rd degree burns over his face and forehead and his eyes were badly burned. They did what they could and advised getting him to an ophthalmologist as soon as possible. A friend drove my son home so we could see about getting him additional medical attention. Since Monday was a holiday, we could not find a doctor who was open.
He was in major pain and traumatized over the ordeal. I immediately had him start tapping the side of his hand to keep his polarity out of reversal. I had him do this as often as possible. Since he could not move his eyes without intense pain, I used myself as a surrogate for him tapping the pain algorithm and the trauma algorithm. Since most of his face and eyes were badly burned and blistered, I tapped the spots on me, holding the intention for him. When it came time to do the 9 gamut sequence, I tapped his gamut spot and did the eye movements.
In addition to TFT, I gave him Bach Rescue Remedy under his tongue and on the areas that only had 1st or 2nd degree burns. My dad had recently bought a “Amega – zero point field energy wand” which we started wanding his face and eyes every couple hours.
We finally found an ophthalmologist who could see him on Tuesday. The doctor said that his right eye was traumatized with blurry vision and the left eye had a severe burn on the cornea. The doctor prescribed a steroid drop and antibiotic to prevent infection. He told him that it could take 2-3 months to restore full vision in the eye if he even got full sight restored. The doctor told him to come back on Friday for a follow up.
My dad and I continued to work on my son with the TFT, Rescue Remedy cream and the “Amega” wand. We also kept after him to treat for reversals by tapping the side of the hand.
On Friday, the doctor could not believe how improved everything looked. My son could barely open his eyes on Tuesday. Now, he not only had them opened, the right eye was almost normal and the left eye had 90% vision restored. The scabbing on the face/forehead was pretty much gone and there was no real sign of scarring. He now only had a egg size area wh
ere the 3rd degree burn was.
Everyone who saw him the day he returned from the outing and what he looked like in less than a weeks time could not believe it’s the same person. He keeps a picture of himself on the phone so he can show people just how bad he was. He was able to return back to work Saturday after only missing 4 days of work.
My son was very fortunate that he did not loose an eye or has more damage to his face. Please be cautious when lighting any fireworks or sparklers as one never knows when disaster can strike. This will be one 4th of July that will be remembered for a long time!