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Gentle Energy Touch: The Beginner's Guide to Hands-On Healing (An…

by Barbara E. Savin

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Imagine being able to utilize the power of your mind for the purpose of healing with Universal Energy. Gentle Energy Touch does just that by using intention to begin the healing process of an individual. In Gentle Energy Touch listeners will learn some of Savin's basic, hands on techniques for assisting the body's natural ability to heal. The beauty of the gentle energy touch approach is that while it can produce results on its own, it also complements all medical treatments and modalities, often shortening treatment and speeding healing. It is particularly effective for pain management and has also been used successfully to treat depression and anxiety, skin problems, heart disease, and even cancer by helping the body marshal its own resources for getting well.… (more)

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