Hands-on Healing: A Training Course in the Energy Cure

Overview

Does hands-on healing work, and can it be taught? Like many scientists, Dr. William Bengston would once have dismissed this phenomenon as an example of the power of suggestion. But after 35 years of extraordinary research, Dr. Bengston has demonstrated time and again that hands-on healing works-even on some conditions that have no conventional treatment. With Hands-On Healing, he brings you an in-depth training course in the method that produces reliable results in the laboratory-and can trigger profound ...
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Overview

Does hands-on healing work, and can it be taught? Like many scientists, Dr. William Bengston would once have dismissed this phenomenon as an example of the power of suggestion. But after 35 years of extraordinary research, Dr. Bengston has demonstrated time and again that hands-on healing works-even on some conditions that have no conventional treatment. With Hands-On Healing, he brings you an in-depth training course in the method that produces reliable results in the laboratory-and can trigger profound transformation and healing for those who learn it.At the core of Dr. Bengston's hands-on healing method is a unique process he calls ┬┐image cycling.┬┐ Requiring no preconceptions, beliefs, or inherent psychic gifts, this learnable skill circumvents our conscious limitations to access a deeper source of healing intelligence that we all possess. With detailed instruction, competency-building exercises, and playful strategies for getting your own ego out of the way, Dr. Bengston guides you through each step toward mastery of this powerful technique.Skeptical scientists and energy practitioners alike have been astonished by the consistent, measurable success of Dr. Bengston's healing method. Yet even after decades of study, Dr. Bengston theorizes that we have only glimpsed a tiny fraction of our potential. With Hands-On Healing, he invites you learn a powerful technique to ignite your own abilities-and to join him in an ever-expanding experiment to chart our untapped capacity for healing.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781591799146
  • Publisher: Sounds True, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 9/28/2010
  • Format: CD
  • Pages: 6
  • Sales rank: 808,903
  • Product dimensions: 6.70 (w) x 6.50 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

William Bengston, PhD is a professor of sociology at St. Joseph's College in New York and author of The Energy Cure. In his early 20's, he received hands-on healing that ended his chronic back pain. A self-proclaimed rationalist, he began a 35-year investigation that has made him one of today's leading researchers into the mystery and power of energy medicine. For more information visit bengstonresearch.com or write info@bengstonresearch.com.
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  • Posted April 27, 2011

    Not much to say and takes all day to say it.

    There has got to be something in this audio book that I am missing. I spent hours listening to theory on "cycling" and more "cycling" (Mind picture flipping) The author continually repeated himself. (A good freshman level Speech 101 course would do wonders) Like I said, there has got to be something I am missing. If not then I guess this author just annoys the hell out of me for no apparent reason. Anyway. I hope you get more out of it than I did (oops, there goes the pain body again) Oh well, Learning to heal is worth a few wrong turns. I would look elsewhere but you may find value here.

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