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Last night I gave a presentation near Ljubljana.
I barely recognized her, but as soon as she said her name I knew which Nataša it was.
I’d met her 18 months ago, just the once. She came to me for a single healing session. The email she sent me afterwards has been on my website as a testimonial ever since.
She’d been suffering from depression and (to put it mildly) ‘dark thoughts’ for most of her life.
Despite seeking help from multiple doctors, psychiatrists, therapists, and healers, nothing and no one had been able to help her.
When she came to me she had also been having serious problems with her thyroid and was due surgery to have it removed. That was actually the catalyst that led her to me.
The result of that single session:
No more depression, and no need for surgery – normal thyroid function.
The email she sent me after the session said this:
“My son never wanted to cuddle me before… now he’s constantly cuddling up next to me, and the light in his eyes when he looks at me says it all.
18 months later her thyroid is still fine, and she is still free of depression.
One. Single. Session.
Sometimes people accuse me of narcissistic self-promotion, self-aggrandizement, and writing that reads like advertising.
I get that, really I do. Everywhere we look people are trying to sell us something.
And as the son of an advertising executive I’m particularly sensitive to it – the very, very last thing I want to do is come across like that, believe me!
But the thing is, it’s just not about me.
It’s about this wonderful, miraculous therapy: profound healing that actually works (on the causal level), permanently.
Your essence is pure, perfect consciousness. As such you are divine. Yoga calls this Satchitananda (pure being, consciousness, and bliss).
This is why it is easy and fast to heal almost anything. We are meant to be healthy and happy. It is our birthright. And whatever is blocking our experience of that perfection is easy to let go of, because it’s not really who we are.
For another (short video) demonstration of what is possible in just one session, see my blog Grounded Spirituality, here.
Please share this information as widely as you can. Help to change the world outside, one person at a time, from within.
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