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February 28th 2013:Healing Comes in Many Forms and Sometimes not at all

Healers come in many forms. The practitioner may do Reiki, or be a medical intuitive, or talk to spirit guides. The person may just help you adjust to a chronic illness that will not be alleviated. That is what hospital chaplain Richard Cheu does. Lisa Brown-Tarves uses her hands, her mind, and her intuition to help her clients to heal from their mental and physical conditions. Both have much to teach us. Let us be their students.

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Lisa Brown-Tarves

Lisa Brown-Tarves author of Just Believe holds a Master’s degree in Metaphysical Science and Board Certification as an expert in the field of Holistic Health from the American Association of Drugless Practitioners (AADP). Lisa has an active practice as a healer, intuitive, hypnotherapist and counselor in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. As well as being a Reiki Master, Lisa holds certifications in many other healing modalities such as chakra, color and crystal therapy, reflexology, aromatherapy and much more. Lisa lives in the suburbs of Philadelphia with her husband, three children and dog Boomer. You can find Lisa on the web at lisatarves.com. She can be reached via email at nfo@lisatarves.com.
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Richard Cheu

Richard Cheu author of Living Well with Chronic Illness: a Practical and Spiritual Guide, is an ordained deacon and hospital chaplain in the Archdiocese of New York, stress-management consultant, and caregiver. He provides pastoral counseling at Bellevue Hospital, the Visiting Nurse Service inpatient hospice, and other New York City medical facilities. He formerly was a neurophysiologist and Emergency Medical Technician.
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