According to Judith Acosta and Judith Simon Prager, co-authors of the
book The Worst is Over, immediately following a serious emergency (car
accident, fall, injury), it’s likely the person who experienced it is in shock.
The autonomic nervous system — which reacts for us when something in
the outside world threatens us — has taken over. At that moment, the
person is in an altered state of consciousness, and your words to him are
just like a hypnotherapist’s suggestions.
They recommend the following in order to give the person the best
chances of healing well:
It’s equally important not to say anything negative to the person. Keep the focus of your words on positivity and healing. We all have a natural capacity to heal. Following this advice will help to trigger that capacity.
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