From a practical standpoint these insights provided me with some useful tools for helping clients with this problem. The first step is understanding the nature of the problem. In counseling terms, this initial step could be called a “reframe.” In other words, the client comes to a new understanding of the problem that allows for a change in attitudes and emotions. Instead of seeing himself as a victim of an incurable and devastating illness, the client becomes open to the possibility that the condition has a deeper significance. The basic problem may be an imbalance of “creative energies,” a phrase often used by Edgar Cayce as synonymous with the God force or divine energy that is the basis of life and health.