Scientology And Me

June 3, 2007

Scientology works – try it on back pain

This is another “assist” out of the Scientology Handbook – the nerve assist – which is the “massage” the media claims that our Volunteer Ministers do. Well, nerve assists are part of the VM training but not even 2% of it. Nevertheless assists are easy to learn and can help a lot if done per the book. Worth a try for somebody with back pain. I used it once with a friend who was so much in pain that he could stand straight. After about 10 minutes of giving a nerve assist we both heard a loud crrrrkkkk…. and his back was fully straight again, pain gone! So I know that it works just like everything else understood and done right. Here it is:

Nerve Assist

Among the many types of assists in Scientology is one which can straighten joints and the spine.

This is called a Nerve Assist.

Chiropractic spinal adjustment is often successful. But sometimes the spine goes out of place again and has to be adjusted time after time. The Nerve Assist was actually developed as a favor to chiropractors, many of whom now use it.

In our theory, it is nerves that hold the muscles tense, which then hold the spine out of place.

There are twelve big nerves which run down a person’s spine, spreading out from the spine across both sides of the shoulders and back. These twelve nerves branch out into smaller nerve channels and nerve endings. Nerves affect the muscles and can, if continually tensed, pull the spine and other parts of the body structure out of place.

The further procedure with pictures is in the Scientology Handbook online.

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