Immediate Healing for Personality Development: An Approach towards Yoga Concept and Spiritual Effect

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Immediate Healing for Personality Development: An Approach towards Yoga Concept and Spiritual Effect

June 2, 2021 Medicine and Medical 0

Statement of the Problem: Clients who are having psychotherapy require multiple appointments, even if using medicines and willpower over time. The goal of the treatment is to achieve fast, non-medicinal, painless, and complication-free recovery. Personality development, neurotic disease relief, psychosomatic symptoms and disorders, emotional obesity treatment, and smoking cessation Method: Following a joint analysis with the client and the definition of psychological and physical treatment goals, the healer, as a trained behavioral, cognitive, and logo psychotherapist, leads the client to a new corrected understanding of the case and the origins of childhood conflicts, which takes about 2 hours. Then, in less than an hour, he performs nonverbal interpersonal hypnosis with energy transfer and telepathy to the client until deep sleep, at which point he implants the appropriate personality, thoughts, emotions, motives, and attitudes into the subconscious, resulting in the desired state. In that three-hour session, the subconscious and conscious minds will have the same agreed-upon analysis and targets for instant results. The healer was granted a patent in Egypt in 2016 for his discovery of Immediate Healing for Personality Development and the other uses listed. More than 700 patients ranging in age from 12 to 80 years old have been treated so far, with more than 80% of them being completely or largely relieved.

Conclusion: Immediate non-medicinal revolutionary life-changing healing for a wide range of instances, obtaining better levels of maturity, insight, harmony, and efficiency while saving time, effort, and complications for the client. Also utilized to help community leaders mature into troubleshooter models who are efficient and have a strong team spirit.

Author (s) Details

Dr. Hadi Eltonsi
Cairo University Medical College, Egypt.

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