Seminar on Russian Spiritual Technology based on the works of Grigory Grabovol & Facilitated by E-RA Sunchild

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Seminar on Russian Spiritual Technology based on the works of Grigory Grabovol & Facilitated by E-RA Sunchild

Time: July 12, 2013 to July 14, 2013
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City/Town: Mount Shasta, California USA
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Phone: (973) 610-5472
Event Type: counseling, healing
Organized By: Helioenergetics
Latest Activity: Jun 26, 2013

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One Unified Field and Universal Law in every day healing Act:

  • How to use the Science of Soul and Self  to Heal in day to day life.  
  • Use of simple tools of our consciousness to change any aspect of our being and life and infuse them with New Content from the Creator. 
  • Re-connecting with The Soul of Creator and one’s own Soul.
  • How to re - create the New  Matter in the Body, Soul and Consciousness and visualize it to be restored.
  • How to Rejuvenate, on all levels of our being …making our Rejuvenation perpetual to start our bodies to accept the qualities of Immortality…
  • How to shift the out dated information from our Body, Soul and Life stories…
  • To look at the “PLACE” where information is created and how to take part in that Creation…
  • How to Harmonize and Synchronize ourselves with the rhythm of the Universe and Pulse of the Creator. 
  • Practicing “Daily Concentration exercises” by G.Grabovoi to attain own ability to shift and heal 

E Ra SunChild, a Russian born spiritual healer and coach, is conducting a 3 day workshop in Mount Shasta, CA on HeliOSoul and Consciousness  Technology, her journey as a practitioner stemmed from her own personal experiences. In 2007 self-instinct guided her to diagnose herself with Lyme Disease, although her doctor kept telling her it was fatigue and repercussions from thyroid cancer. The blood tests proved E Ra right. The antibiotics which were then prescribed cured her temporarily, but weakened her immune system so that she suffered a relapse in 2009. It was then that she discovered Consciousness Technology, a system of healing developed in Russia, and in 2010 the Lyme Disease disappeared from her blood, and she has been free of it ever since. She has also used the technique to free herself of migraine headaches, and no longer requires prescription medicines.

Now E Ra has her own private practice, HeliOSoul Energetics, in which she empowers people to achieve their own transformations in body, mind, spirit, relationships or any other desired areas.

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