At the age of eighteen, Olympia resident, Daniel Wayne Randolph, was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, or MS. But I, like most of his friends, never knew.
Affecting mostly women at a later age, it was an unusual turn of events for the competitive athlete. However, with no evident symptoms, Dan went on to be a key basketball player at both Olympia High School and South Puget Sound Community College. So, it was not a surprise to me, sitting in my living room one day, to see him on television. Dan had been cast on the show Fear Factor with his girlfriend at the time after the pair had moved to Las Vegas. The two went on to win the adventure show and the Olympia native was living the good life.
Fast forward just a short while to when Dan’s MS finally decided to make an appearance in his early thirties. He believes the physical symptoms that showed up were due to the amount of stress he was under working as a Las Vegas VIP Club host. “I was literally working twenty hour days, for seven days a week, for around seven months. I’m sleeping three hours a night, and you just can’t live like that.” He describes sitting in a meeting when his vision went haywire. “Eventually my body was like, you shouldn’t be doing this schedule anymore, and I’m going to make sure you don’t do it.”
Dan took some much-needed time off from work to decompress and try to quell the symptoms that were making it hard to function. Eventually, he began to improve and went back to work, although at a different job. “I just powered through it essentially; spent a lot of time walking up and down stairs to get stronger.”
But no matter how hard he tried, the MS symptoms would still come back and the heat of Las Vegas was not helping. “It got to the point where I needed a cane to get around because of the vertigo.” He explains that high temperatures make MS symptoms worse and that was originally how the disease was diagnosed decades ago.
With no relief in sight, Dan started to explore alternative therapies. Like many people, he was still on the fence about the idea. “This energy stuff seemed kind of hokey pokey. But then I started looking into it and listening to different blogs.” He discovered Dr. Bradley Nelson and The Body Code, a diagnostic tool used to figure out what parts of the body to focus on.
Dan explains, “You have a forty-eight hour processing period, and you don’t know what’s going to happen. Everybody is different, but you are going to experience something.” After just one Energy Therapy session, Dan says he felt better and decided he needed to know more. His research then led him to the teachings of Dr. John Bergman via his YouTube channel, where Dan was able to gain a better understanding of how the body works.
Upon moving back home to Olympia, Dan spent many days devoted to learning more about Energy Therapy and how it can impact the body. “When he came here from Vegas he was a mess, just skin and bones, but little by little he got better. Just put one foot in front of the other and kept trying different things,” says Dan’s mom. Dan further explains how many people have emotional experiences trapped inside that can be making them sick. “When you don’t address these specific emotions and get them out, what happens is you create a wall and these energies become trapped and warp tissues.”
Through his learning, Dan discovered he could help many other people besides himself. In fact, he prefers helping others because it is difficult to work on your own body. His own mother was one of the first people he worked with and she tells me the results are amazing. “Your body finally lets go of all this tension it’s been holding on to and gets that release. It’s a very different, a good kind of tired,” she explains.
But how do you spread the word about Energy Therapy? According to Dan, you put yourself out there on a dating app and see who responds. An unlikely, but innovative and effective solution.
This led to helping a woman with Fibromyalgia in California who then told her friend who told her friend and so on. “Everybody started saying, ‘You gotta talk to this guy,’” Dan says laughing. And now he is working with people all over the world via phone consultation.
“Daniel’s work has helped me in a lifelong battle with depression,” says one client. “By working with my subconscious to identify trapped emotions and traumas, I learned that there is always an underlying reason for current behaviors which is empowering.” Another person struggling with addiction turned to Dan for help. “I am so thankful for and impressed with Daniel’s healing abilities. I couldn’t be more thankful we crossed paths.”
If you are interested in learning more about Energy Therapy, you can contact Dan directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.