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6/8/2010 8:41 AM
In my studies and experiences, I’ve come to believe that whatever programmed belief systems we carry factor into the disease we may develop. In fact, if we understand the dynamics of how we have been programmed (what I call our MO or modus operandi), it may be possible to prevent or halt most diseases.
Because you’re on my mailing list, you’ll receive an “aha” about a disease—a fact that might surprise you—in a brief bimonthly communiqué called One Thing You Need To Know About. You’ll read insights about Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, AIDS/HIV, anorexia versus bulimia, breast cancer, migraine headaches, Parkinson’s disease, high cholesterol, cancer, Lou Gehrig’s disease, menopause (hot flashes), Multiple Sclerosis, Hepatitis C, arthritis, allergies, fibromyalgia, prostate cancer, the flu, and the common cold.
My desire to help others heal began with my education as a registered nurse more than 37 years ago. During the previous three decades, I’ve worked in traditional medicine. For the last 13 years, I have taught and practiced holistic, alternative, and complementary methods of care and healing. I’ve developed a technique called the MO (Modus Operandi) Technique that I used to heal myself from a blood disorder. This powerful technique helps people release the emotional component or underlying cause of disease out of the body.
Today, my presentations and writing provide a deep understanding of the underlying cause of disease and how the emotional component can be healed.
These “aha’s” foreshadow the content in my book Wisdom to Wellness, which my publisher will release in 2010. Wisdom to Wellness describes the emotional components that cause 16 diseases to develop in the body and, by extension, what people can do to heal themselves.
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Maureen Minnehan Jones