Tim Emerson, of Kwan Yin Healing, will present an informational teleseminar on Nov. 11, 2012, at 1:00 p.m. EST, on Reconnective Healing, The Reconnection, distance healing, and whatever other topics participants would like to ask. The seminar is free.
Munnsville, NY (PRWEB) October 30, 2012
Tim Emerson, of Kwan Yin Healing, will present an informational teleseminar on Nov. 11, 2012, at 1:00 p.m. EST, on Reconnective Healing, The Reconnection, distance healing, and whatever other topics participants would like to ask. The conference is available by phone or via Skype. There is no fee for the seminar, and people may visit http://www.kwanyinhealing.com/workshops.php to register.
“Many people are used to the idea of energy healing,” explains Emerson, “but they’re expecting subtle, barely perceptible—if perceptible at all—feelings and changes. When they experience or hear about the immediate and demonstrable effects of a Reconnective Healing session, they’re hard-pressed to find a context for it.”
Reconnective Healing began with LA chiropractor Dr. Eric Pearl, who pioneered the practice in 1993. Clients typically feel heat, vibration, or electric-like sensations, and generally exhibit physical reactions from rapid movements of the eyes, swallowing, changes in breathing, and involuntary jerking of the fingers, hands, legs and feet. The experience is described in Dr. Pearl’s book, The Reconnection: Heal Others, Heal Yourself.
Trained by Dr. Pearl’s The Reconnection program, Emerson has been working with Reconnective Healing clients since July of 2011. He founded Kwan Yin Healing in January of 2012 to offer a wider range of services, including meditation tips, healing forum, informational blog, and soon, a book, Getting Unstuck, currently in revision.
“The seminar will cover the basics of how Reconnective Healing works,” Emerson explains, “how it differs from The Reconnection, and where there’s overlap.” Healing sessions address the body’s energy generally, while The Reconnection is a more formal procedure, tracing chi meridian lines and points throughout the body.
A video on the Kwan Yin Healing website adds cell biologist Bruce Lipton’s work to help explain the relationship between communication among cells and coherence of the body’s energetic system. “Similar to the cell DNA, the body has an energetic blueprint of sorts, governing repair and healing similar to repairing a cut in the hand,” notes Emerson.
The seminar will also address distance healing. “Not surprisingly, this is a question I hear a lot,” says Emerson. “How does this work at a distance? I’ll explain and answer what I’m sure will be many questions.” After registering from the Kwan Yin Healing workshop page, participants will be given access to a private Facebook page, where they can post questions before, during, and after the Nov. 11 teleseminar.
“I also have a few surprises in store for attendees,” Emerson shares. “I always like to deliver a little more than what people are expecting.”
Besides workshops, Kwan Yin Healing features a forum for healers, “A Healer’s Café” blog, a “Free Stuff” page, and information and videos on the “How it Works” and “About Sessions” page. Emerson’s background and an hour-long radio interview are also featured. Samples from the upcoming Getting Unstuck book appear in the October 2012 feature on his blog, “A Wilderness Hike.”