Healing Science Protocol
For Surgery

By Dan Buffo

Study the Organ Systems

Where do the blood, nerve and other supports enter/leave the organs?
What medical tests will be used to monitor your client? What are the, low, normal, high and critical
   readings? What are the current and historical readings for your client?
What are the common complications and their symptoms?
What specific/detailed changes will the Medical Team make in the client's body and HEF?

Meet the Medical Team.

Ask your client to set up calls and meetings before surgery to:
Review client's situation and their procedures. Find out what they think your client needs.
Let them know you are also a professional with the client's best interest in mind.
Let them know you are involved in complimentary health care, not alternative health care.
Let them know that you will not be in their way.
Let them know that you honor them, and their work. Healing any current Medical/Healing team
   issues are part of the job.
What do they want from you, before, during and after surgery?
Ask them for what you need, including:
   A tour of the area, OR and ICU.
   A clear agreement to keep you as fully informed as your client wishes.

The Healing Team

Assign at least one healer, two is better, to each part of surgical protocol.
Do you need any healers with dual credentials (ie. Healer/Therapist)?
Do you need any specific modalities (ie. cranial sacral)?
Can you find any healers with credentials that the medical team needs (ie Physical Therapist)?

Self Care for Healers

Schedule your personal support, including extra supervision, therapy, & healing sessions.
Confirm that your healing team has done the same.
Schedule your rest periods and backup so that you do not over work.
Take water and snacks into the OR that are good for your body.
Familiarize yourself with what happens in surgery (sources include other experienced medical
   professionals, Healers, videos, etc.):

The sequence of steps.
The traffic patterns.
Sterilization procedures in OR, and ICU.
When and where you will meet the Medical team and who will be your contact?
Your reaction to experiencing the surgery table-side.
When and how to communicate without distracting the surgeons.
How to get your needs met.
Can you get messages to/from your team via notes, messengers or cell phone?

The Days and Weeks Before Surgery

During healings, include support of the organ, its related systems and chakras. Don't forget
   the liver which must metabolize the anesthesia.
Brief your team; review team assignments.
Help client set intent and do the necessary process work.
Educate client about the likely emotional reactions associated with surgery.
Assess need for Hara and or Essence Healing.

The Evening Before Surgery

Clear the rooms and equipment.
Help client set his/her intent.
Set protection for all, including Healing team, Medical team, and family.
Clear and balance the body and HEF. Include the chakras, organs and related systems to be
   affected.
Set protection and a golden field around the energy body of any organ to be removed and
   discarded. (See Essence Return©, below.)

The Hour Before Surgery

Attend the Medical team's final briefing and x-ray review.:
   Note the medical teams division of labor. Who is in charge?
   Ask for a surgical team member to act as your liaison during surgery. (The anesthesiologist
      is often a good choice) Once in the OR, have him explain the meaning of the relevant
      monitoring indicators.
   Have there been any changes in plans?
   How much time will you have in the OR before the surgery starts?
   Will your client enter the OR conscious or unconscious?
   Can you get messages out to your team for long distance help, (ie bring a cell phone in)?

Surgery
In the OR Before Surgery:

Can you start with a 1 min. prayer to help align and empower the surgical team?
Prepare yourself and your HEF.
Invoke protection for all concerned.
Clear the room, equipment, client.
Align & hold group Hara.
Upwell Essence.
Invoke 5th & 7th level templates.
Prepare client, and his/her HEF.
Clear and charge all golden fields holding organs.
Use harmonic induction to hold client and Medical Team. This can be done by another healer
   outside the OR.
Remember that organs are alive. They have a field with 7 levels and all that that implies,
   including emotions and emotional reactions. Treat the organ as an individualized entity.
Clear & charge IV solutions.

When Surgery has Begun, Focus on the Surgical Areas and Related Organs:

Continue to protect, clear and charge as necessary.
Use harmonic induction to hold client and team. This can be done by another healer outside
   the OR.
5th level surgery
Restructure
Upwell Essence
Organ (brain) balancing
Clear & charge IV solutions, and anything else that enters clients body, as it enters the OR.

If an Organ is Removed from the client's Body:

Charge golden field
Restructure a new field in place of the missing organ, and integrate it into the field including related    chakras, meridians, and severed plumbing.

ESSENCE RETURN© for removing an organ:
   1) Check and reinforce the new organ field in client's body.
   2) Upwell client's Essence into new organ field
   3) Contact client's essence in the organ that was removed.
   4) Allow client's essence to flow from separated organ back into client's new organ field, in
          client's body.
   5) Balance, hold and stabilize.

If an Organ is Transpanted into the client's body:

While Organ is Waiting to be Implanted:

Keep it and the golden field cleared, charged and protected.
Organ balancing.
Establish contact between client and organ; at first using your HEF as a bridge, then helping
   client's field to do it directly. Hold and stabilize.

When Organ is Implanted into Client:

Keep it and client protected, cleared and charged throughout.
5th level surgery for organ, related system, meridians, and chakras.
Restructure or structure meridians to serve new organ.
Restructure plumbing connections.
Restructure and integrate organ's field into HEF of client.

ESSENCE RETURN© for transplanting an organ:
      1) Check and reinforce the new organ field in donor's body that was restructured after physical
               organ was removed.
       2) Upwell donor's core star into donor's new organ field
       3) Contact donors essence in the organ now in client's body, or waiting to be implanted. (For
               organs to be discarded, contact owners essence in organ to be discarded.)
       4) Show donor's essence, in the client's body, the new home in donors body.
       5) Allow donors essence to flow from client's body back into donor's body.
       6) Upwell client's Essence into the implanted physical organ and energy field.
       7) Balance, hold and stabilize.
       Note: do steps 3 - 5, for the client, for any organs that are removed from clients body that
           are to be discarded.

During and After Closing of Surgical Areas:

Continue to protect, clear and charge as necessary.
Use harmonic induction to hold client and team.
Clear and charge liver to help it detoxify drugs.
Restructure closed surgical incisions

The Hours After Surgery:

Keep client energetically protected, cleared and charged. Hold with harmonic induction.
Continue to support liver and affected organs
Restructure closed surgical incisions
Repeat Essence Return©
Stay out of the way of Medical support.
Keep in contact with surgeon and updated on client's progress and any complications
Debrief healing team. Write up your notes

The Days in the Hospital After Surgery:

Keep client energetically protected, cleared and charged. Hold with harmonic induction.
Continue to support liver and affected organs
Keep in contact with surgeon and updated on client's progress and any complications
Repeat Essence Return©, restructuring, and other steps as necessary
Help client ask for what he/she needs
Help coordinate family support for client and donor, as necessary
Help client process experience
Stay out of the way of Medical support.

The Days and Weeks After the Hospital stay:

Support clients process and help client integrate the experience
Support physical body and HEF in healing
Assess need for Hara and or Essence Healing

Copyright, Dan Buffo, August 2004, all rights reserved.