In October of 2004, Anne Strieber suffered a catastrophic hemorrhagic stroke. When she was released from the hospital in late December, it was believed that she would suffer permanent deficits to her vision and possibly other areas. Instead, she has not only made a complete recovery, her memory is better than it was prior to the stroke. Shortly after she returned home, Eric Pearl visited her and performed a healing on her. Listen to Eric and Anne discuss what he did, what she felt, and what it may have meant.
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Cases where the visitors have carried out an extraordinary cure of a sickness are extremely rare, but this week contactee ‘Gary’ describes one of the very few documented cases in existence–his own. Listen as he tells the astonishing story of what happened when he was lying on a gurney on his way into surgery–in a room full of people–and the visitors showed up. And wait until you find out WHY. Anne Strieber’s contactee interviews are memorable glimpses into a hidden reality that is full of wonder and danger and mystery–and this is one of the most extraordinary she has ever done.
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Meditation actually HEALS by producing powerful pain-relieving effects in the brain (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to this show, as well as to a wonderful talk with Echo’s interviewer, psychic medium Marla Frees). Nearly one in 3 Americans suffers from chronic pain, which costs more than $600 billion in medical bills every year (back pain alone coasts $90 billion). Rsearchers have found that specific regions in the brains of long-term meditators were larger and had more gray matter than the brains of individuals in a control group.read more

There’s the It turns out that there really is such a thing as a Healing Touch (NOTE: subscribers can still listen to this show). And then there’s the healing clutch.

We tend to clutch the injured hand with the other one after one of them has been hurt. We also clutch injured parts of our bodies. A new study shows that this type of self-touch really does offer significant pain relief.PhysOrg.com quotes pain researcher Patrick haggard as saying, “We show that levels of acute pain depend not just on the signals sent to the brain, but also on how the brain integrates these signals into a coherent representation of the body as a whole.” This may lead to a whole new way to navigate the future.

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