Raising the Consciousness of Cancer Cells Therapy opens a new avenue to healing moving away from an all-out attack on cancer to working with cancer on a higher level, in parallel with the healing work of the medical community.
Cancer cells originate from normal cells in the body and are not a foreign organism that has invaded and attacked the body. Cancer cells are normal cells that have mutated and whose chemistry has changed in such a way that they no longer contain the ability to stop growing.
From a higher perspective, all the cells in our body could be seen as working for our well-being. Cancer cells have the same mission as every other new cell in our body: the mission to grow. Without that critical mechanism to recognize when their job of growing is done, they simply cannot stop. Instead of being part of the coordinated pattern of growth, decline, and renewal of cells that occurs in a healthy body, cancer cells are on a single track of unending growth that leads to disruption and disease.
How a Raising the Consciousness of Cancer Cells Session Works
Raising the Consciousness of Cancer Cells Therapy utilizes the tools of medical hypnosis that have been used to reduce bleeding, relieve pain, and enhance recovery.
In a Raising the Consciousness of Cancer Cells Session, you are led to a deeper level within, shifting your focus so that the cancer cells can speak through you. There can then be a dialogue with the cancer cells. In this way, you become a participant in your healing, allowing your cancer cells to raise to a new level of awareness where they are able to make a new choice: a choice for your well-being.
A session can be by phone or on Skype as well as in-person in Kingston, New York. The session is recorded and sent to the client as an MP3 download by WeTransfer.com. The cost of a session is $300.
For more information, or to schedule a session, contact Maureen Smith by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 415-902-4704.
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