Free Lecture: The Biology of Cancer and other Diseases by Christine Kleiman

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Free Lecture: The Biology of Cancer and other Diseases by Christine Kleiman

Time: December 15, 2009 from 7pm to 9pm
Location: RVML - Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library Suite 7 UPSTAIRS
Street: 258 A Street UPSTAIRS, Suite 7
City/Town: Ashland
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Phone: 541-552-9119
Event Type: free, talk, health, prevent, cancer, new, biology
Organized By: RVML Community Resource Center
Latest Activity: Dec 2, 2009

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Free Lecture: The Biology of Cancer and other Diseases with Christine Kleiman
RVML - 258 A St, Ashland UPSTAIRS, Suite 7
Tuesday, December 15, 2009
Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Presentation Description:

What if cancer, and many other diseases, would vanish without treatment ? Find out the reality behind the biology of diseases, their likely causes and why and how they could heal without interference of any kind. Scientists concerned with cell biology, epigenetics and even quantum physics, have found incredible evidence that our thoughts and emotions have a very real, measurable effect on our physical reality, including our physical health.

For the last 30 years Dr. Ryke Hamer, a German medical doctor and oncologist, has provided us with a complete scientific system that is based on the biological laws of evolution and nature. It explains in detail which emotional conflicts are linked to which diseases, including cancer, is able to predict the development, and, above all, explains the natural healing processes of those diseases.

Presenter's Biography:

Christine Kleiman has studied Natural Health for as long as she can remember, being raised by a mother who was a healer herself. But even though she has a comprehensive knowledge and a strong belief in natural healing methods and modalities, she always wondered about the 'why' of the disease. Her observations, and her intuition, have led her to the conclusion that there was a direct link between the patient's emotional state and the physical symptoms that person experienced. She is absolutely thrilled to have been introduced to the scientific discoveries of doctors and scientists who gave her intuitional 'knowing' the logical and reproducable science that is at the basis of this 'New Medicine'. She has a B.S. in Natural Health, is a certified Wellness Coach, GNM Practitioner and BodyAccess Therapist and practices holistic healing in Ashland, Oregon.


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