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The Dr. Melanie Show

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October 25th 2012:Empowered Healing and Eternal Transitions

Sometimes healing comes while we are still breathing and sometimes it is after our last breath leaves us. Are you blocking your own healing? Do you know how to tune into your intuitive self to guide you to wholeness? Hospice nurse Becki Hawkins will share stories of her visits with patients and Dr. Susan Allison will impart to us how we can remove blockages that impede our healing.

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Susan Allison

Susan Allison, author of Empowered Healer has a PhD in transpersonal psychology, is the author of two other well-received books, as well as talk radio show host of “Empowered Healer” on Voice America’s 7th Wave Channel. Allison is impassioned about sharing the extraordinary and effective methodology she has developed for physical, emotional, and spiritual healing. Employing these steps assembled from many different and sometimes ancient disciplines, Allison affected a dramatic overnight removal of her husband’s cancerous tumor. That experience, shared in the Preface, helped to encourage Allison, a counselor in private practice in Northern California, to expand her career as a healer and hea
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Becki Hawkins

Becki Hawkins is a natural storyteller and a great listener. She brought those gifts with her as she sat by the bedside of seriously ill or terminally ill patients for more than 30 years as an oncology and hospice nurse. It is her compassion and warmth that encouraged so many of her charges to share their heartfelt thoughts and experiences with her. Eventually she became a Hospice Chaplain. Early on her husband suggested she journal about what she was experiencing to counteract the stress. She began to write about what she was hearing, witnessing, feeling with her patients, their families, co-workers, and visitors. From there, she started penning a column in a local newspaper in 1986 entit
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