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Quantum Upgrades. A Good Choice for Healers? - October 2020

By Rocky Krogfoss

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With new technical information bombarding healers these days, it is hard to keep up. Quantum wisdom is critical upgrade option as it aligns you to the 5D reality frequencies we all are praying for.

Quantum is science that has its roots in spirituality or the study of conscious energy. Quantum simply means “Everything all at once”, which is why women do so well when they choose to upgrade to quantum wisdom.  Women operate from the right side of the brain, which is Quantum Energy. It aligns to your natural divine self.

The techniques and processes that quantum healing offers vastly improves your pain / trauma healing abilities. Understanding and investing in this higher wisdom will greatly accelerate your intuitive gifts as well.

5D is a timeline where your higher self can join you more effectively in all healing processes. Epigenetics has shown a relationship between core beliefs, DNA, and your current reality.

To change that reality, (Migraines for example), raising a person’s vibration is temporary and does not access or reprogram core belief information, and the pain returns. To effectively heal the pain / trauma of life’s challenges, one must access the subconscious mind programming in the quantum DNA – the 97 % of your DNA that traditional medical science calls “Junk DNA”.

 Quantum healing is simply a supportive, non-outcome mindset of superimposing quantum fields to experience more love, outside of your clients current limited reality. But it does not mean using your energy to facilitate it. Dr. Bruce Lipton is the godfather of quantum sciences along with Gregg Braden. I urge you to research them both.

I am Rocky Krogfoss, President, New Beginnings Therapy, Quantum Emotional Healer, Langley, BC
Website: www.migraine1mastery.com




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