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Healing Cancer with Qigong

One Man's Search for Healing and Love in Curing His Cancer with Complementary Therapy
By: Sat Hon
Narrated by: Colby Howard
Length: 5 hrs and 59 mins
Categories: Self Development, How-To
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Our bodies ultimately are fields of energy consciousness and possess within them a potent spontaneous healing supremacy over pathogens and diseases. Complementary therapy involves a shift in the fields of body, mind and spirit matrix, so as to bring about a rectification of a state of disease that has gone out of balance. Consequently complementary healing involves interweaving all the strands of healing modalities: oncological treatments, qigong, meditation, nutrition, acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine, converging into a tidal force of cleansing against this most insidious dark assassin, cancer. If I have gone further it is by standing on the shoulders of great pioneers of Qigong healers and thus, it is with a deep sense of gratitude and humility that I share with you my own healing journey on the macabre battleground of cancer. May this book benefit all beings in their struggle with the darkness of disease and may they emerge victorious into the light of healing.

©2014 Sat Hon (P)2016 Sat Hon

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Very basic Asian words are mispronounced, e.g. dao with a hard t. The narrator has apparently never heard of Google, where such thing can be looked up.

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