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Healing Method from Australia Addresses the Human Genome
Date:5/18/2012

PHOENIX, May 18, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- With chronic diseases continuing to rise, health care costs spiraling out of sight, and research to find "cures" continuing to take in billions each year while acceptable solutions remain "a few years away," a small but growing sector is finding answers from an unlikely place: the human consciousness. A number of healing practices that rely such unlikely factors as numbers, sacred geometry, and intention, have emerged, embracing practices first introduced in Russia over 20-years ago. 

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Genome Healing is one such practice, and Photonic Energy Center, LLC, itself dedicated to the understanding energy field dynamics, is sponsoring the first-ever Genome Healing Workshop to be offered in the United States when it invites Carol Roberts to teach a special 7-day course that integrates her Basic and Advanced curricula. This course has been 

Roberts, who has incorporated elements learned from teachers around the world, has made Genome Healing surprisingly easy to comprehend and powerful in its effect. "The power is within each of us," she asserts, "our biggest challenge is accepting the statement as true, releasing any attitudes or beliefs that have conspired against the realization of our highest hopes and dreams."

Could it really be that simple?

One case that Roberts cited, involved a young woman who had a severe stroke at age 21 provides a clue. Now 24, she was severely debilitated, with only 40% of her right cerebellum and 0% on the left side. After attending the Basic Genome Healing course, her mother wrote:

"Within a short 15 minute session with Carol at the workshop Sarah noticed tinkling in her right hand. Sarah had not had feeling in her right side since the stroke. Within the fi
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