Earlier in the year I was suffering from RSI (repetitive strain injury) in my right thumb and through TMS I was able to completely heal myself. It was an incredible feeling to overcome this pain but this is only one of my problems. I've been suffering from IBS for over 4 years now and it has drastically changed my life. Whilst I'm managing it better now than I did in the beginning, it still negatively affects my life on a daily basis. There's a lot of foods I avoid in order to improve my symptoms but there's still a lot of room for improvement. I've tried to apply the TMS approach to my IBS but have had no results, including eating a non-restrictive diet again which actually went alright for about a week until I started getting very ill over the following weeks. The pain and frequent bathroom trips were too much to bare and I had to limit my diet again. There's certainly a real correlation between how anxious/stressed I'm feeling and how severe my IBS is, which definitely points to a mindbody connection, and it's well regarded that your mental health affects your IBS in a big way, but could my mind be the actual cause of my IBS rather than just a catalyst? I'm going to give this another shot. Working on TMS is always difficult because you do it to heal but you shouldn't do it for the sheer purpose of healing, similar to how you should meditate for the sake of meditation rather than trying to achieve a result, but good luck trying to do anything without expecting a result, otherwise why would you do it? I was wondering how many of you out there struggle with IBS and if it was TMS for you? Did you manage to cure yourself or ease your symptoms?