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Tao Healing for Your Spleen – Part 1 – Four Power Techniques

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Tao Healing for Your Spleen – Part 1 – Four Power Techniques

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Tao Healing for Your Spleen.

Traditional Chinese medicine teaches that sickness is caused by chi blockages. Chi means vital energy or life force.

If you have an energy blockage in your spleen, the solution is to dissipate the blocked energy. If you have not enough energy in your spleen, the solution is to build energy in that area.

Learn the Four Power Techniques to remove energy blockages and to build positive energy in your spleen.

Body Power uses special hand positions designed to boost and balance energy. Where you put your hands is where you receive healing.

Soul Power is used to request the soul of the organ or system to heal itself. Say hello to your body in a loving way to activate healing.

Mind Power uses creative visualization, focus and concentration of the mind to heal. Where you focus your mind is where you receive healing.

Sound Power uses vibrational healing mantras to stimulate cellular vibration for healing.

When you chant Gong Ya You with Master Sha, you balance the Earth element, which is connected to the spleen.

Dr and Master Sha offers Tao Healing for Your Spleen including: Enlarged spleen, ruptured, bruised, burst, bleeding, spleen cancer, cyst, damaged, growth, inflamed, inflammation of, yin, yang, deficiency, overactive spleen,  earth element, and more. Listen often the more you listen the faster the results.

To learn more about Dr and Master Sha visit his website  . If you wish to become a healer you can begin your understanding  here.  If you wish personal healing with one of Master Sha’s certified World Wide Representatives or certified healers you may find them here.  Thank you for the opportunity to serve your soul and its journey

 

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