Posted on June 3, 2020

From Bedbound to Thriving with the DNRS Online program!

Cara has been using the Dynamic Neural Retraining System to recover from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome, Lyme Disease, Food Sensitivities, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, Electric Hypersensitivity Syndrome, and Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
Cara began experiencing symptoms associated with limbic system impairment sixteen years ago, in the Spring of 2004. “By June of that year I was unable to work and had to go on medical leave for several months. In the fall I was diagnosed with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS). Four years later in 2008 I was diagnosed with Lyme disease, and in 2011 with Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS). By 2010 I was disabled and could no longer work.” During this time, Cara searched for answers, visiting numerous doctors and specialists in hopes of relief. “Over the course of about ten years I saw or was treated by three Medical Doctors (including a specialist in Lyme disease and another specialist in chronic inflammatory response syndrome and biotoxin illnesses), six naturopaths (three who specialized in Lyme disease), three acupuncturists (including a Doctor of Oriental Medicine), three neurologists, two cardiologists, an endocrinologist, and two gastroenterologists. By 2014 I quit pursuing medical opinions and treatments. I’d given up, and by then I was fully disabled.”
Cara found out about DNRS through a family member who came across the program on the internet. As she recalls, “I’ll never forget the date: January 2, 2019. As soon as I heard about it a thrill of hope ran through me. I read the website immediately and knew I had the key to recovery. Taking the Online Course confirmed it.”
Cara’s progress since then has been nothing short of awe inspiring. Recently, she shared her victories on our Community Forum:
I started this path needing a wheelchair outside the home, barely able to walk 60 feet, with a chore service provider and my mother doing nearly everything for me. Now I’m walking every day and closing in on a mile—I’ll make it by summer. One day I’ll hike in the mountains again. One day I’ll put on cross-country skis.
I can stand in the shower, bend over the bathtub and scrub it out, push a vacuum cleaner, do laundry, bake cookies—and eat them too! I can shop and cook for myself. I can pretty much do whatever I want. In the fall I took a trip back east and spent four months in Connecticut. It was my first time traveling since 2008. I have my life back—and I love it. I love myself.
When I started DNRS I was too weak to attend a seminar,so I took the online course. All the information needed for recovery was right there. Nothing was missing. A seminar may be the ideal but it isn’t necessary. And that’s very important to know right now. Full recovery is possible using the DVDs and online course.
Having spent nearly a decade virtually housebound, it’s a bit strange to be re-entering a world that is currently in retreat. Just as I can finally go out and do whatever I want, I find myself back inside. But that’s okay. I’m thriving—my life is better now than it’s ever been. This curious moment we’re living in is a tremendous opportunity. It may be full of uncertainty, but it is also full of creative possibility. Thanks to DNRS, I have all the tools I need to make the most of it.
I am not the same person I was when I started down this path. I am stronger, more resilient and happier. I am calmer, more at ease, and kinder to myself and others. At age 60 I’m blossoming.
Together we’re making miracles happen. Believe it.

What is Cara’s message to those who are still suffering? “Never give up. If doubt ever creeps in, or you have a hard day (I had many of them), watch a video testimonial. Keep a daily DNRS journal so you can track your positive progress. Follow and practice the program with as much dedication and enthusiasm and appreciation as you can muster. Work with a coach if you’re able to. Never ever forget that many others have walked this path before you and have fully recovered. Laugh and smile and be grateful everyday. Read the gratitude posts on the community forum and share your gratitude with others. Have confidence in your recovery.
I am 60 years old. Over the course of sixteen months I went from needing a wheelchair outside of the home to walking one mile. At six months I was able to go to a salon and have my hair cut for the first time in over a decade. I can grocery shop and cook and eat whatever I want. I can drive again. I can read books and listen to music and watch movies. I can spend an hour gardening and work up a sweat while doing it. This past year I fell in love and am now in a relationship for the first time in nearly two decades. If I can do all of that, if I can recover at age 60 after 15 years of illness, you can do it too. You can recover.”

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