This case study on earth acupuncture is an ideal way to learn about the earth’s energy-impact on us and our health. This client was referred by a physician because they were experiencing ambiguous health and mental issues which included fatigue, lack of motivation, indecision, upset, illicit activities in the neighborhood, and neighborhood tragedies. The physician was addressing defined symptoms at his office such as seizures and headaches. This is a good example of the patient goes to the physician, whereas I go to the patient. It's an integrative, holistic, collaborative approach to healing.
The patient and family were considering a remodel so Feng Shui sounded like just the ticket. Little did I know what was about to unfold.
As with all patient referrals, the physician received a written patient-referral summary. This opened up his eyes to influences beyond his control or reach, and now we're good friends.
This study is being co-presented by Diana Garber and David Moore:
· Identify how Feng Shui and earth acupuncture complement each other
· Discover risk factors that have yet to reveal themselves
· Evaluate ways to manage the energy so it supports occupants (human and animal)
· Assess strategic impacts that can be quantified such as saving on remodels and wellness
· Learn how to manifest a different future for you and your home
It's all about you! Focus on your environment, heal your land, enhance your landscape, and enjoy your home! Don't delay -- reserve your seat today!
Date: Thursday, August 20, 2015, 7-8:30 p.m. Eastern
Deadline for Registration: Monday, August 17, 2015, at noon EDT
Course Level: Beginner
Prerequisites: None, but you may want to read this article about earth acupuncture and health impacts.
Recommended tools: You may want to take notes.
Credit hours: None
Workshop Fee: Free but registration is required by Monday, August 17, 2015, at noon EDT.
Location: OSU Wexner Medical Center, Martha Morehouse Auditorium (see link in upper left-hand corner)
Note: Recording devices (video or audio) are not permitted. Single pictures are allowed only for social media posts.