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Healing - Cancer Heart Disease and Depression - cover

Healing - Cancer Heart Disease and Depression

Jerry Rhine

Publisher: Open Road Distribution

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Healing provides readers with the power to utilize the mind’s ability to create physiological changes in their bodies in combination with western medicine to reverse life-threatening illnesses such as cancer, heart disease, depression, diabetes, AIDS, and more. This book includes numerous transforming images, which enable readers to tap into their mind’s subconscious, of positive emotional states including Hope, Self-love, Happiness, and Courage, and thereby reverse immune suppressive states of anxiety. Healing also contains inspiring quotes from the Dalai Lama, Buddha, and William Wordsworth; suggestions for specific actions including forgiving someone who has hurt them and feeling a sense of peace; and supporting facts, studies, and science, including gene therapy and quantum physics.

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