VIDEO: Participate in an energy medicine distance healing experiment with Joe Marra and Alfred Webre
- August 24, 2010
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interdimensional, non-locational healing.
Joe is a practitioner of energy
medicine, and of remote healing at a
distance via interdimensional, non-locational transfer of vital life
states: “Energy Medicine is a term used for
holistic healing therapies that are focused on manipulating "life force"
to bring about balance and wellness. Some energy-based modalities
involve practitioners using hands-on techniques. Other therapies involve
non-touch or absentia treatments. Specific areas treated are the aura,
human energy field, chakras, and the meridian system.”
This reporter Alfred Lambremont Webre has personally participated in
energy medicine exercises with Adam Dreamhealer, a gifted energy healer
in Vancouver, BC.
Remote distance healer Adam
(Dreamhealer) McLeod is “B.Sc. First Class
Honors in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, First Nations healer,
speaker, international best selling author (books in 21 languages in 35
countries); Qigong young visionary award; Golden Key Award; nominated
for Dr. Rogers prize for excellence in Complementary and Alternative
medicine and is currently in 2nd year medical school.”
Adam has presented many times in conferences with former U.S.
astronaut Dr. Edgar Mitchell, who is a fellow
advocate for disclosure of the extraterrestrial presence. Dr. Mitchell
in the film "The Living Matrix" credits Adam with distantly healing his
Like Adam Dreamhealer, Joe Marra is a remote distance healer. ExopoliticsTV
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