Book Signing & Lecture: Everything you Ever Wanted to Know About Healing Energies but Were Afraid to Ask, Until Now! By Debra Greene

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Book Signing & Lecture: Everything you Ever Wanted to Know About Healing Energies but Were Afraid to Ask, Until Now! By Debra Greene

Time: May 3, 2009 from 6pm to 8pm
Location: RVML - Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library
Street: 258 A St, - Suite 7 UPSTAIRS
City/Town: Ashland
Website or Map: http://www.rvml.org
Phone: 541-552-9119
Event Type: booksigning, lecture
Organized By: RVML Community Resource Center
Latest Activity: Apr 25, 2009

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Book Signing & Lecture: Everything you Ever Wanted to Know About Healing Energies but Were Afraid to Ask, Until Now!
By Debra Greene

Admission: FREE




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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Healing Energies But Were Afraid to Ask, Until Now!

Where does healing energy come from? Where does it go? How can you have more of it? Join Debra Greene, PhD, author of Endless Energy: The Essential Guide to Energy Health, for a compelling exploration of the world of subtle energies.

Debra will:

- Explain how energy healing works
- Highlight energy anatomy and physiology
- Expose the unseen energy aspects of illness and disease
- Tie together diverse healing approaches under one umbrella
- Describe the hour bodies that comprise our energy system
-Provide practical tools to sustain vitality and energy health
-Position the energy bodies within a universal energy framework

"This is the book many of us have been waiting for-a bridge between the compelling science of energy and our own personal experiences of energies. The book is both powerful and practical. I enthusiastically recommend it." -James Oschman, PhD, World authority on energy medicine, Author of Energy Medicine: The Scientific Basis

"Endless Energy offers an informative and skillfully woven presentation on how the mind, emotions, and energy fields shape our physical life. Included are valuable step-by-step strategies to manage our energy bodies and regain sovereignty over our health and happiness." -Bruce Lipton, PhD, Best-selling author of The Biology of Belief


Presenter's Biography:

Debra has dedicated her life to studying and mastering energy work as a teacher, researcher, and practitioner. She started her energy health practice in 1993 and is the founder and developer of Inner Clarity (IC), an integrative balancing method that uses energy kinesiology to pinpoint hidden core beliefs and a variety of energy based techniques to facilitate conscious transformation. A graduate of Ohio State University with a rigorous and rare dual Ph.D. in Communication and Somatic Studies, Debra is an energy adept, professionally trained facilitator, instructor, and writer. This unique combination positions her as a bridge-builder who takes complex information about the unseen world and translates it into understandable forms.

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