Healing Memory

Healing Memory

To whom it may concern

i just listened to both of you on a telesummit and i loved what i heard, i don't know a thing about energy healing!! so i would like to know if any HELP is available and can energy healing heal my failing memory NOW??? so that i don't lose my job???

i'm 60 year's old and i don't think that anyone else will hire me in this failing economy!!!

i just signed up for you free healing course on your website and your free newsletter, i pray that energy work can heal my memory back to 100% or something even better NOW!

! thank you and GOD bless you both sincerely
BOB SCHREINER---oneguns "at" hotmail.com


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May 12, 2014
Healing Dementia
by: pete

Well, whether or not Bob is a con artist,(which i suspect he is as he claims to have hear "us both" on a telesminar, which i know nothing about!), there are certainly lot's of issues with memory and dementia nowadays. My view is that a lot of it is to do with a build up of toxins in the body from processed foods with additives such as aspartame.

I created the following page a couple of weeks ago about natural remedies for dementia.

Dec 03, 2013
Bob Schreiner is a con artist, and rip off.
by: Debbie Cohen

Bob Schreiner has been arrested many times for crimes, and he can not heal anyone, but instead just rips them off, and abuse most, and injure some permanetely.

Jul 10, 2013
Healing Memory with Yoga
by: Pete

You might also like to seriously consider yoga Bob.

I copy part of an article below which shows that just one 20 minute session of yoga improves memory. Just imagine what a daily practice could do, apart from all the other benefits, physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.

Please comment below if you would like further advice.

Brain Boost from Yoga
by Beth Levine

When you need to really focus your mental abilities before a test or an important meeting, consider taking a few minutes to prepare yourself. But instead of going over your notes one last time, try immersing yourself in some yoga poses. According to recent research, doing just 20 minutes of hatha yoga (yoga postures) can improve brain function and concentration abilities.

The study, which took place at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, found that even a brief, 20-minute session of hatha yoga can reap benefits to cognitive function in several important areas. The subjects were 30 adults, who were split into two random groups. One group was led in a single hatha yoga class for 20 minutes. The other group had a cardiovascular workout on a treadmill, walking briskly or jogging for 20 minutes. When their exercise sessions were over, all of the participants were tested on concepts of working memory and inhibitory control. Working memory is a form of short-term storage and recall of information in the brain. Inhibitory control is an important aspect of placing attention on what is relevant to a task while ignoring the irrelevant. Both of these areas focus on concentration and the retention and retrieval of newly learned items.

Those volunteers in the yoga group completed their tests more rapidly and were significantly more accurate than those in the treadmill group. Their mental focus was better, data was processed at a quicker rate, and a higher level of precision was achieved among the yoga practitioners. In every area in which they were tested, including learning, preserving data, and adding information to the knowledge that they had already attained, the yoga group performed considerably better when compared to the treadmill group.

This is particularly interesting, since earlier studies have shown that a treadmill workout in which the subject sustains 60 to 70 percent of their maximum heart rate (as was achieved in this research) increases performance in tests of brain function. In the current study, the treadmill exercisers did not show any perceptible improvement in cognitive abilities. While this research only used a very small population sample, it would appear that yoga may provide a bigger brain boost than treadmill exercise. Another possibility is that the two forms of exercise benefit different areas of the brain, so you might not want skip your cardio workout altogether.

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Jul 08, 2013
Healing Memory with Tapping
by: Pete

Hi Bob

Thanks for your post. Yes, I totally believe that you can heal memory with energy. Everything is energy at the quantum level, so ultimately this is the only way to heal!

For starters I recommend you use EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) commonly known as tapping. This will go to the energetic root cause of the memory "problem". Actually, it is not a problem, itis a learning opportunity :-)

I recommend "Faster EFT" by Robert Smith. Go to his homepage http://www.fastereft.com/ to sign up for his free newsletter and free 7 day quickstart course.

I also recommend you consider some other options in The Sanctuary Protocol which can also help with memory and all dis-ease.

Please comment further on this page to report your progress.


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