Also known as "Medipic" - a modality taught by Benjamim Bibb, et al.
This wonderful modality can appear miraculous. There are no contra-indications for Focused Mind Healing. There is an admonition to use care in the application, as 1) every situation is different, new tools become available as the practitioner allows. This is not something one becomes adept at in a day.
“..just to let you know you are definitely helping. I am able to stay on my feet for much longer before pain makes me lie down. Thank you!”– Grace S. New Zealand
In Amazing Secrets of Psychic Healers by Benjamin Bibb and Joseph Weed, the practice referred to as "Medipic" is explained. Today the Ozark Research Institute continues to promote the work and teachings of Harold McCoy.
Using imaginal techniques, a trained practitioner of Focused Mind Healing can create - or gain agreement with - an improved physical (or mental) condition in a client's body (and/or mind) by the use of the tools provided.
This work can be (and is usually) done remotely, as it accesses realities outside of traditional concepts of space and time.
When the work is done covertly, the client is not actively resisting or otherwise interfering with the mind's repair operations. The Placebo and Nocebo effects are well understood by science, and while a willing client may not consciously seek to thwart the effort, our beliefs can and DO impinge on our realities.
George Thomas, CMEP, SC uses Focused Mind Healing in clinical and remote sessions by appointment. If you or a loved one is in need of help, please email us your request. Send to: george@iwantJoy.com.
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