Austrailian Spiritual Healer John Douglas

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Austrailian Spiritual Healer John Douglas

Time: December 5, 2012 at 4pm to December 6, 2012 at 6pm
Location: Holiday Inn Express
Street: 565 Clover Lane
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon USA
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Phone: (541) 499-5085
Event Type: presentation, healing
Organized By: Stephanie Buckley & Spirit Repair
Latest Activity: Nov 29, 2012

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Australian spiritual healer, John Douglas, is one of the most remarkable healers of our time. He was only nine years old when a spontaneous clairvoyant awakening expanded his vision beyond the usual human range. He could see pretty much everything—what people were thinking and feeling, what emotional and psychological wounds they carried, what bacteria or viruses lurked in their bloodstream and cells—just for starters.

Since then John has honed his skills to become a healer extraordinaire, able to help many individuals affected by a wide variety of conditions of the body, mind, and spirit—such as Lyme disease, leukemia, MS, depression, vulnerability to negative influences, blocked kundalini, toxins in the pineal gland, and much more. His ability to read and identify the frequency of any particle within the physical body, as well as in the energy fields, gives him incredible precision in targeting and healing the precise issues that may be creating limiting factors in a person’s life. 

His methods and tools have helped thousands of people not only improve their health, but have provided a substantial boost and acceleration to their spiritual journey as well. These workshops provide an opportunity to be with John in a dynamic and intimate setting for an evening of profound healing and knowledge.

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