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Alphabiotics - The Applied Science Of Stress Relief And Recovery

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Please join me for this interesting talk about Alphabiotics. I had a chance to experience the benefits of this method and found it quite intriguing. Please note: this meetup does not take place at the Whole Living Center. Please see below for information about the location and parking.

Alphabiotics - The Applied Science Of Stress Relief And Recovery

A quick, hands-on process developed in the 1920’s began as a way of helping sick people get well. When results on other levels were reported, it soon became evident much more was at work. Let me share our exciting discovery about how this process directly eliminates the stress response, instantly unifying and balancing energy between brain hemispheres while creating a novel state of mind - 'eyes open waking alpha'. Here, the person withdraws from deep limbic function and away from their egocentric self toward their 'higher self'. With clear seeing the individual is liberated from a sense of struggle while gaining access to their body's own self healing program.

About the speaker: Clark Reddick has studied various forms of alternative healing approaches for 20 years, but it was Alphabiotics that saved his life and captured his imagination. In 2012 he obtained board certification to share the Alphabiotic approach to effortless transformation.

To learn more about Alphabiotics please visit: alphabioticsboston.org (http://alphabioticsboston.org/) or alphabioticinfo.com (http://alphabioticinfo.com/)

A message from Janice ~

Since I am hosting the meetup at my home, seating is limited. Please RSVP. If you RSVP but cannot come, please un-RSVP to make that seat available to someone else, even if you think it’s too late. I will be serving tea.

Address: Chamberlain Terrace Private Way - last house on the right.

Parking: Chamberlain Terrace is cramped. Out of respect for our neighbors, please park on Main Street just before and on the same side as Chamberlain Terrace (east bound side). 1 minute walk to the house. Thank you for your cooperation.

We look forward to meeting some of you!