I am an advanced practitioner of the Phil Parker Lightning Process®

After observing the 3 day training programme Dr Rajesh Munglani, Professor and Consultant in pain medicine at West Suffolk Hospital and Nuffield Health Cambridge Hospital, endorses and refers some of his patients to the Lightning Process.

“I have been very impressed with the results of the LP. I have seen the lives of some of my patients transformed by this self-empowering technique. Everyone who has battled with chronic illness and wants to win should have an opportunity to do the Lightning Process.” Rajesh Munglani.

These 25 people used the Lightning Process.

“The most amazing day was when Rosie played in a football tournament 2 weekends ago. To be honest I did wonder if she would ever play a football match again last year, never mind a whole day of football! She loved every minute of it as did we all watching her.”


“If there is anything I can do to help ‘spread the word’ on the lightning process then I will do it. I feel so sad that there are people sitting at home right now, suffering with ME (and many other problems) who’s lives can be transformed so easily.” – Tracy, mother of 16 year old Polly, 2 weeks after Polly completed the Lightning Process®.

“I’m on a real high, and loving every minute of it. Writing for an hour every morning, getting up earlier, doing Tai Chi, walking further each day – the dog is complaining that she just isn’t up for it! And I haven’t used my blue card since your sessions and have given my wheelchair away. People are just beginning to notice that I have arrived by foot not car which is fun!” – Anne, after 20 years of ME

I am based in East Anglia, with training programmes held in Bury St Edmunds, Ipswich, Cambridge and Diss.

Home visits can be arranged.

Enjoy your discovery of what is possible for you and your future with the Lightning Process®.

If you simply want to speak to someone about the Lightning Process I welcome your call.


Research carried out by Dr. Vegard Bruun Wyller MD PhD at the Division of Paediatrics, Rikshospitalet University Hospital, Oslo, Norway.

Dr. Bruun Wyller, who is considered to be one of Norway’s leading experts on ME, says:
Recent research on CFS pathophysiology has revealed alterations of cardiovascular regulation and thermoregulation, characterized by enhanced sympathetic nervous activity and increased secretion of epinephrine. These findings indicate a state of permanent distress response – sustained arousal – in CFS patients. Based upon our findings, we have formulated a theory of sustained arousal in CFS, which seems to correspond quite neatly to the theoretical considerations underlying the Lightning Process.