Houston Conference Focuses on Reconnective Healing, July 18-22


Learn to Heal Yourself and Others

Dr. Eric Pearl, the founder of Reconnective Healing, shares ways that we can experience healing and actualize our true potential from July 18 to 22, in Houston. “Reconnective Healing is a simple, easy-tolearn healing approach that transcends energy healing and its complexity,” says Pearl.

“It accesses vibrational frequencies that are accessible to everyone. Without physically touching people, it frequently has instantaneous and life-lasting results for individuals with range-of-motion limitations, cancers, depression, AIDS-related diseases, epilepsy, cerebral palsy, chronic fatigue syndrome, rheumatoid and osteoarthritis, chronic pain and muscle aches.”

A new study by researchers at the University of Arizona has shown that people with limited range of motion in their arms and shoulders experience a significantly greater level of healing and pain reduction with a 10-minute, one-time session of Reconnective Healing than with conventional physical therapy.

During an appearance on the Dr. Oz Show, Pearl demonstrated his technique to help a woman who couldn’t raise her arms more than a foot from her hips for more than 20 years. Oz expressed amazement as he watched her regain full range of motion, raising her arms out and up over her head without pain.

Pearl hosts teaching seminars across the globe and has taught more than 75,000 people how to become catalysts for healing. He is the author of The Reconnection: Heal Others, Heal Yourself, which relates his transformation from a highly successful Los Angeles chiropractor into the first reconnective healer whose patients began reporting sudden healings even though he had not touched them.

NA_San_Antonio_06_14_Web_version_Page_08_Image_0003The Reconnective Healing event takes place July 18-22 at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston. For more information, schedule of events, pricing and locations, call 323-960-0012 or visit www.TheReconnection.com. See ad on page 15.

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