Publication Date: May 15, 2007
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Quantum-Touch teaches ways to focus and amplify life-force energy (chi) through simple breathing and body awareness exercises. The result stimulates the subject’s biological intelligence to do whatever healing it deems necessary in everything from major immune disorders to chronic pain to emotional disturbances. In Supercharging Quantum-Touch, prominent teacher Alain Herriott takes students and followers of Quantum-Touch beyond the basics, sharing the techniques used by the best, most effective practitioners.From the hundreds of workshops he’s conducted around the world, Herriott has gathered questions that he addresses here in a direct way that refines, clarifies, broadens, and deepens the work. The book begins by walking readers through the basic attributes of the best practitioners. Bit by bit, more techniques are added and “stacked” or laid out to create a step-by-step approach to work on anything a client needs, including (though not limited to) general pain, physical imbalances, and emotional issues. Strategies for perceiving energy more clearly are also included. Written in a very accessible style, Supercharging Quantum-Touch gives readers the confidence they need to work in this increasingly popular—and important—healing art.
Alain Herriott is an advanced Quantum-Touch teacher with more than twenty years of experience as an energy-based healer. A frequent workshop leader, he has worked closely with Richard Gordon and made instructional videos for Quantum-Touch. He lives in Talent, OR. Richard Gordon is the internationally acclaimed creator of Quantum-Touch. He lives in San Luis Obispo, CA.
“For those wishing to bring their Quantum-Touch skills to a new and even higher level, I heartily recommend this book.” —Richard Gordon, author of Quantum-Touch: The Power to Heal“[Ever] since taking Alain’s Supercharging workshop and doing the Color Meditation … I am happier, calmer, and more loving as well as more serene and confident. I can handle whatever comes my way with grace and love.”—Heather Churchill, N.D.
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