Healer’s Hands, Healer’s Heart ~ Guest Author Dr. Gloria Kaye
Beyond Speech: Limitless Communication with Lauren Polly Radio Show
Wounds heal up overnight. Arthritis bone abnormalities and bone spurs dissipate. Physical structure imbalances correct with the lightest fingertip touch. Chronic back pain evaporates.
If this sounds like soap opera miracles, you are mistaken. These are actual healings from the hands of Dr. Gloria Kaye, a highly regarded psychotherapist, yoga therapy pioneer, hands-on healer and UCLA Medical School lecturer on Healing Touch. She relates these and many more case histories in her eye-opening new book Healer’s Hands, Healer’s Heart: In-Depth Insights, Practical Techniques and Inspiring Stories of Success with Non-Traditional Healing.
And moreover, in her book, she will start you on the path to doing this work yourself!
Dr. Gloria, who often works on clients at the recommendation of medical doctors, has become sought after nationwide for her logic-defying healings. A quiet woman with a big heart, she very gently touches various areas of the body and many problems resolve if not in minutes, over the course of a few treatments. Based on her 40 years of experiences, she surmises that the cells are dispersing, reorganizing or regenerating as a result of the energy infused into the body at key points that impact tissue, bone and muscle.
Come Join Beyond Speech: Limitless Communication with host Lauren Polly as she speaks with guest Dr. Gloria Kaye on the success and possibilities of non-traditional hearings. www.drgloriakaye.com
Lauren Polly has been working with folks with “communication disorders” since 2004 as a speech-language pathologist and it never ceases to amaze her how much people judge and beat themselves up for supposed mishaps in communication. “I never meant to say that.” “It came out wrong.” “I just don’t sound like myself.” Are some of the things she hears every day. What follows are stories of how the communication breakdown led to undesirable results – loss of friendship, loss of a business deal, an argument with a loved one, or just the sense that you didn’t deliver what was possible. What if there was a different possibility?