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April 10, 2021

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Take your MAP team with you to the doctor, dentist, counselor and, yes, when you get vaccinated!

This simple guideline is often a pleasant surprise to MAP users when they call us on Wednesdays with questions. It's just one page in the third edition of MAP, near the end of Chapter 6 on the Emergency MAP Procedure. This awesome book is chockful of the answers you need to help you make the most of what MAP has to offer. If you skim instead of read or if it's been years since the last time you read MAP, you may have overlooked it.

On page 150, Machaelle explains the following about using MAP for scheduled surgery or doctors' appointments. These guidelines apply in numerous situations, including your scheduled vaccine appointment (first or second shot). It's truly and exactly just this easy.

You could say that the Emergency MAP Procedure is used for unscheduled surgery and doctor visits. However, MAP can assist scheduled surgery and treatment in your doctor’s office, as well. For this, you don’t need an Emergency MAP coning. Open a regular MAP coning prior to surgery or your doctor’s appointment, tell the team what you are going to do and any concerns or fears you have. Allow the coning to remain open throughout the procedure. If the surgery requires hospitalization, keep the regular MAP coning open for the entire time and work with your team as outlined in the Emergency MAP Procedure.

Close the coning once you have stabilized and have the energy to open regular forty-minute MAP sessions that will go on throughout your recuperation. After returning home from doctor’s appointments, ask if your team wants to schedule follow-up sessions, then close the coning and take three doses of ETS for Humans. (See Regular MAP step 4, p.172.)

By including the MAP team during scheduled surgery or appointments, the team can observe what is being done, how you are reacting, and assist and stabilize you whenever needed. Also, if you include your team in these scheduled “events,” you don’t have to try to explain to them in a regular session what went on. They’ve already observed what went on. You only need to tell them how you feel about what went on.

HINT: MAP and ETS are really helpful during scary dental appointments!

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Added Clarification

When Machaelle shared her decision and experience about getting a vaccination (here), several MAP users expressed gratitude for the reminder to bring their team with them when they were going for the vaccine. Some of them called to ask how they would open their Emergency MAP coning, or if they should follow the steps for going to the doctor explained on page 150.

You can follow either guideline and get the same result: Your MAP team will be with you in a position of observation and support when you go to the doctor, dentist, therapy, treatment center, physical rehab session after surgery and when you go get a shot in the arm. When you're done and back home, you can close that MAP coning, whether regular or Emergency.

Later that day or evening, plan on having a regular MAP session to address whatever you need personally to integrate what was done during that visit and make sure all is progressing as it should.


Is this the first you're learning of MAP?

No matter where you are.
No matter who you are.
No matter what you're going through.

MAP is available for you.

The focus in the Medical Assistance Program is your health and well-being. Nothing more, nothing less. MAP is available to anyone, anywhere in the world. All you need is the book with complete instructions. It's a simple, comprehensive and inexpensive way to shore up and expand your health care.

MAP is a comprehensive medical program that addresses our physical, emotional and mental health, including our overall well-being. It is a program that connects you with the medical unit of the White Brotherhood where we are each "assigned" a team of physicians whose expertise best meets our individual needs. The only things that are required to use MAP are the book and your willingness to learn the program. As a program, it couldn't be more simple. With MAP you have high quality medical assistance any time day or night, and it's at no charge.

Our website is a vast resource of information on all things Perelandra has to offer, including the amazing Medical Assistance Program.

Below are links to articles and suggestions, an excerpt from the third edition of MAP by Machaelle Wright and personal stories from customers to help you get started or broaden your understanding.

MAP: Help for Our Health, Anytime We Need
Excerpt: Personal Comments and How MAP Was Developed
Frequently Asked Questions About MAP
MAP Series, Part 2: Using ETS for Humans with MAP
MAP Series, Part 4: Tips for Working Better With Your Team
Expanded Tips for Outbreaks (Includes how to address this with your MAP team.)
Perelandra Voices: Experiences From Folks Using MAP


Take Your ETS and Your EoP Pump Too!

As the guideline above notes, it is very helpful to take ETS for Humans after each MAP session.

Also take ETS right away after any difficult health visits or treatments, every few minutes for the first 20 minutes following the event. If the situation allows, you can also take ETS during a medical visit.

Some of us have worked out with our dentist a pause for a dose of ETS during difficult dental work, or even a regular cleaning. Take ETS according to how the treatment or visit impacts you, not whether the doctor deems it difficult.

And take ETS after you close your MAP coning when you finish with the doctor visit.

For added, continuous balancing support during the visit and throughout the day, keep your EoP Infusion Pump in your pocket too.