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|docsklar||the presence process (page: 1 2 3 4 5 ... last page)||277||Thursday, 2:39 PM EDT by docsklar|
Thread started: Apr 7 2009, 7:33 PM EDT Watch
john sklar m.d. here. been treating tms for 20 years. was going to attend the conference but i was ill. if i had come i was supposed to speak briefly. what i wanted to make everyone aware of is a book called "the presence process" by michael brown. in it is a very good description of the cause/source of our unconscious conflicts(the one's that result in tms). then a 10 week process is described which will begin to allow the unconscious material to be integrated/digested. i believe that it describes the single best tms treatment protocol on the planet(and i am not one to throw about such words lightly). at any rate you should be aware of this material. i have showed it to dr. sarno who was initially quite skeptical(after i described it to him) but later was quite impressed. he believes it is great description of the source of repressed emotions(one of "the best" that he has seen). glad to discuss further and answer any questions you may have.
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|ForestForTreesTMS||Switching to faster, more reliable software by Friday or Saturday!||5||Jan 20 2012, 8:47 AM EST by ForestForTreesTMS|
Thread started: Jan 4 2012, 3:30 PM EST Watch
As many of you are aware of the wiki's Executive Council has been in the process of developing a new more reliable and much more faster website as a result of service outages from this site. I am pleased to announce that the new site will be ready by Friday or Saturday!
So, what does this all mean? Well by the end of this week, when you go to tmswiki.org you will be taken to a new site that is much faster and which still has every wiki article on this site. This includes the educational program, success stories, and eventually the forum. The appearance of the site will simply be a little different and look a lot more like Wikipedia. You will still be able to go to tmswiki.wetpaint.com to access this current version of the wiki, however do keep in mind that some of the pages on this older site might become out of date.
The first stage of the transition is to move all of the wiki pages to the new site and switch the domain name. This process took a while, but luckily it will be completed next Wednesday. Woohoo!
However, for a while, the tmswiki's forum will continue to be located in its current position at
tmswiki.wetpaint.com/forum. Eventually we will switch the forum over to the new site, but all of your favorite forum posts will be saved on both this site and on our new site, so you can continue to read and re-read different posts about TMS recovery.
I want to thank each and every one of you for being so patient through this transition process, and for putting up with the service outages. I am confident that our new site will provide a much better experience for all of you and continue to help you all recovery from TMS.
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|TMSWikiAdmin||Service outages and building a more reliable website||0||Oct 25 2011, 8:04 PM EDT by TMSWikiAdmin|
Thread started: Oct 25 2011, 8:04 PM EDT Watch
Over the past few months you may have noticed service outages and delays on the TMS Wiki. The wiki's executive council's main concern is YOUR WELFARE and our commitment to assist you in your recovery. With that goal in mind we are in the process of developing a more reliable website. We apologize for any inconvenience and will continue to post updates as we progress.
The Executive Council of the PPD/TMS Peer Network, sponsor of the TMS Wiki
Thread started: Oct 21 2009, 3:27 PM EDT Watch
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The TMS Wiki (including this forum) is not affiliated with any medical professional or medical organization and no medical professional oversees it. It is run by a group of individuals who have suffered from chronic pain and who are trying to spread the word about the ideas of John Sarno, MD, because we feel that these ideas have helped us.
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... having finished the legalese, we wish you the best in overcoming your pain or other symptoms! :-)