Consider wellness point of view

Wellness educator John Theobald presents an introduction to the work of MD R. G. Hamer at tonight’s Shuswap Questers meeting.

What if disease originates from an unexpected conflict or emotional shock?

Wellness educator John Theobald presents an introduction to the work of MD R. G. Hamer at tonight’s Shuswap Questers meeting.

Learn how to minimize your dependence on pharmaceutical solutions to cancer and disease in a health-care system Theobald says has lost its direction.

Theobald says Hamer found that every disease, including cancer, originates from an unexpected conflict or emotional shock, affecting not only the psyche, but also the part of the brain that corresponds biologically to the specific trauma.

“Hamer has been able to confirm these discoveries with more than 40,000 case studies,” says Theobald. “He believes healing can only occur after the conflict has been resolved, and his German New Medicine therapy focuses on identifying and resolving the original shock.”

Hamer is the first to prove scientifically that cancer, for example, is not, as previously thought, a senseless proliferation of deadly cancer cells, but rather part of a significant biological special program (SBS) of nature that has been successfully practised for millions of years of evolution.

German New Medicine offers a completely new understanding of what we commonly call diseases.

“By understanding Hamer’s five biological laws, we liberate ourselves from the fear and panic that often come with the onset of an illness,” says Theobald. “Truly, a gift to humanity.”

Theobald has been studying German New Medicine (GNM) for more than five years now with Caroline Markolin, PhD. He is currently lecturing on and teaching GNM full time

“This knowledge is the most fundamental and basic truth that I have found in my lifelong quest for optimum health”

Theobald’s presentation takes place at 7 p.m. in the SASCU Downtown Activity Centre Wednesday, Oct 19. Admission is $3.


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