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Tesla Metamorphosis Introduction Course

Nov 02, 2015 01:07PM

free introduction to Tesla Metamorphosis course will be taught at 5 p.m., November 13, at Caritas Center for Healing, in Tucson. The class will be taught by Anya Petrovic, and is the compulsory introduction to learning Tesla Metamorphosis, taught in parts throughout November.

Clients of Tesla Metamorphosis sessions report healings from afflictions which are considered incurable, such as cancer, AIDS, lupus, spine injuries, chronic fatigue syndrome—even healings from physically damaged spine and birth deformities. More important than healings might be the effect of Tesla Waves—unique for this modality—on human consciousness. Nikola Tesla, the legendary inventor, worked with them on his Free Energy project and explained that they are not in the domain of the physics we know.

Some new phenomena are connected to this work, including light visible around some clients, orbs and colors on the wall visible to the naked eye, purple color in auras of Tesla Metamorphosis students on PIP camera images and so on. This purple color is not common for the human aura, and indicates that the frequencies of Tesla waves can enhance the frequency level of our consciousness and explains how all students are able to achieve communication with their clients on the level of the conscious, subconscious and integrative mind.

Location: 330 E. 16th St., Tucson. For more information, call 520-940-5840 or visit TeslaMetamorphosis.com. See ad, page 13.

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