The Path of the DreamHealer: My Journey Through the Miraculous World of Energy Healing [NOOK Book]

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The incredible and inspiring story of a powerful young healer

The author of DreamHealer, a phenomenal bestseller in Canada, now brings his message of hope and healing to the United States. Called a ?Miracle Worker? by the international press and profiled on Primetime Live, Adam is an energy healer. He can heal a person from across a continent with no more than their picture. An everyday twenty-year-old college student living in Canada, Adam ...
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The Path of the DreamHealer: My Journey Through the Miraculous World of Energy Healing

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Overview

The incredible and inspiring story of a powerful young healer

The author of DreamHealer, a phenomenal bestseller in Canada, now brings his message of hope and healing to the United States. Called a “Miracle Worker” by the international press and profiled on Primetime Live, Adam is an energy healer. He can heal a person from across a continent with no more than their picture. An everyday twenty-year-old college student living in Canada, Adam has the ability to read a person’s aura and direct their energy toward greater health. The Path of the Dream Healer tells the latest chapter of Adam’s healing journey and brings new understanding to how anyone can tap into this awe-inspiring power.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781101219393
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 6/26/2007
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 406,686
  • File size: 199 KB

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  • Posted May 16, 2009

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    I really recommend this book to anyone who is suffering in any way and needs healing in any form. It just rang true to me on many levels and I have read many healing/mind/body books in the last two years. This one I would recommend over the others. Other books I have read have been good but would be hesitant to recommend. I would not hesitate on this one. I do believe that we can heal ourselves. It is just a matter of figuring out how to tap into that ability. Some people have a natural ability and just instinctly are able to do it while the rest of us need a little help or just can't remember how (and need help remembering). I truly believe this. I am not easily convinced of anything. I try to be a "healthy skeptic" because there is a lot of bad information out there and people with agendas but I did not get that sense with this man or this book. I have had it with others.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 17, 2007

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    I was VERY disappointed in this book and in what I had heard was a very promising young gifted individual on the mystic spirituality scene. The writing is bland and unconvincing, and I didn't really learn anything. If you are looking for a better read from a young and gifted author, check out the book by Darrin Owens called Reader of Hearts... it's much more enlightening and satisfying to read!

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    Posted December 14, 2008

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