And, thank you for being so generous with your time the other day! I could have picked your brain all day long:) I can’t wait to finish my tutorials. I’m sure I’ll be chatting with you again when I’m done! ;>
Blessings on your day,
“I just attended a tutorial on “The Cancer Diathesis” by Manfred Mueller, RSHom (NA), CCH.
I have also been fortunate to have had the opportunity to study with him throughout this past year primarily on his system of Reverse Chronological Tautopathy.
I am sitting here in awe and appreciation, and mainly gratitude, for his spear-heading approach to a ravishing epidemic that we practitioners have on our hands of The Cancer Diathesis.
My ex-boyfriend was a big pot smoker. Marijuana was a part of his everyday life. But not mine. Unfortunately, the second hand smoke was always around and affected me. People in my family repeatedly asked me to take tests to prove I wasn’t smoking and made references to me smoking pot but I never even did! Apparently, the second hand exposure was enough to give me symptoms and “get me high”. Well, I finally “got a clue” and left him, but by then I was an emotional and physical wreck. Six years of exposure is a long time.
Over the years I had begun to feel like my personality was split and I had an angel on one shoulder and a devil on opposite shoulder both whispering things in my ears! Read more
A few years ago I called “the doc” at the insistence of my wife. I’m a professor and I had to stop a lecture due to serious speech problems. It all started with a fall I’d taken off a scaffold 3 weeks prior where I hit my head. I felt a little dizzy after and had a mild headache, but recovered quickly with the help of a homeopathic remedy that my wife had given me.
However, when I suddenly couldn’t talk, I knew this was serious. I had it checked out at the local hospital and the surgeon there told me that he needed to do brain surgery to remove a subarachnal hematoma, which comes from blood pooling between the skull and the brain. He said it clot and has to be removed. He explained it was a risky surgery, with a high chance of side effects, but it had to be done. I was ready to go have the surgery but my wife insisted that I call Mr. Mueller.