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Dr. Bengston Energy Healing Method Practices
This class offers introduction and overview of Dr. William Bengston Energy Therapy Method. This is an innovative technique that has been shown to be effective on a wide variety of conditions. Dr. Bill Bengston has been conducting research on this form of therapy for several decades and has proven the effectiveness of his technique in controlled animal studies conducted in several university biological and medical laboratories. His healing research has produced the first successful full cures of transplanted mammary cancer and methylcholantrene- induced sarcomas in experimental mice with the hands-on technique that he helped develop. Mice that had successful full cures also had no recurrences of cancer.
The applications of this techniques have been, and continue to be, tested under strict laboratory conditions in many independent labs and medical schools. Many peer-reviewed articles based on these evaluations have been published in professional biology and medical journals. This does not make my data “true,” but it does give the added benefit of having gone through rigorous scrutiny.
The bottom line “take home” message from Dr. Bengston techniques is that you should first and foremost have fun! A playful approach to an area so little understood will take you a long way. And, once you start having success, it is equally important to avoid ritualizing any technique. Freshness matters; ritual is just for safety. We assume that the methods will evolve and improve.
Although Dr. Willian Bengston Energy Therapy Method appears to have promising physical and mental benefits for humans, it has yet to be fully researched by the Western academic, medical and psychological communities for human application. Dr. William Bengston Energy Therapy Method is not a substitute for medical or psychological treatment from appropriate professionals and would be considered “alternative” or “complementary” to the healing arts. Dr. Bengston strongly advises individuals to seek professional medical advice as appropriate before making any health decisions.