Arcturian Healing Method with Gene Ang




Gene Ang, Ph.D., will present a weekend workshop, Arcturian Healing Method Level 1: The Arcturian Healing Light, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., July 29 and 30, in Tucson. This divine healing method is a set of new healing tools and cosmic energies inspired by higher beings from the star system Arcturus. Attendees will be attuned to the Arcturian Healing Light (AHL), a form of light, energy and information meant to accelerate a person’s evolution.

Because of the condensed nature of the information presented in the class, it is highly recommended to have attended the Quantum Spoon Bending Level I course previous to taking this class, which will be held from 6:30 to 9 p.m., July 28.

Some of the issues the AHL can address include: life path alignment, life functioning upgrade, physical healing, emotional healing, mental healing and spiritual healing. AHL can be used as a stand-alone healing modality or combined with an existing healing practice.

Ang has a healing practice based in Thousand Oaks, California and sees clients for a number of energy healing and shamanic healing practices. He teaches seminars around the world that focus on the integration of science, spirituality and healing.

Cost: Spoon Bending $55; Workshop $350. Limited space available, register early for both events. $100 deposit requested. Reserve a space by calling Linda Johns at 520-825-4645. For more
information, visit GeneAng.com
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