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- Jerry Tennant: Healing is Voltage -- The Physics of Emotions | EU2017
Most people have heard of the “mind/body connection” and are aware that emotions affect the way people act. However, few can describe how that works. What is relatively new is our understanding that emotions are stored in and around the body as magnetic fields. Not only do these magnetic fields cause the biochemical effects noted above, but they also block the flow of voltage in the associated muscle battery packs that provide the voltage necessary for organs to function and repair themselves. He will discuss the human body’s battery packs, wiring system, and the physics of how our electronic systems are affected by these emotions. In addition, he will discuss how other magnetic fields and scalar energy can be used to erase these emotions, leaving behind only memories that do not disrupt our health and physiology.
Dr. Jerry Tennant is board certified in ophthalmology and ophthalmic plastic surgery (residency, Harvard Medical School and Southwestern Medical School.) He was the director of ophthalmic plastic surgery clinic at Parkland Hospital in Dallas and practiced from 1965 to 1995. He did much of the FDA study for the VISX Excimer laser and performed approximately 1000 surgeries in the United States and Europe. In addition, Dr. Tennant was the founder/director of the Dallas Eye Institute and one of the first surgeons in the US to place intraocular lenses in eyes after cataract surgery and taught these techniques around the world. He holds patents for medical devices including intraocular lenses and several surgical instruments. While licensed in Arizona by the Board of Homeopathic and Alternative Medicine, Dr. Tennant is currently the Director of the Tennant Institute for Integrative Medicine.
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- Manifesting from a holiday to a panini roll !
A story from many years ago, my son who was 9 yrs old at the time manifested a holiday.
We were on holiday in Orlando. We were waiting for the IRide and a lady heard us talking and asked us if we were from the UK we said yes. Then she asked my son if he had been to the parks and which ones etc, she then proceeded to tell us she was from Texas and started telling my son about a theme park where she lived called Six Flags Over Texas, well the bus came and long story short for the last few days of our holiday my son kept saying he wanted to visit that theme park next.
Forward to arriving back in the UK. When we landed we had a while to wait for our transport home so to stop the kids from being too bored we bought them a magazine each. To my son's absolute delight there was a competition in his magazine to win a holiday to you guessed it ..Texas. It was in association with the Rugrats tv show and you guessed it again part of the prize were tickets to Six Flags over Texas.
As soon as we got home my son asked if we could fill in the entry form and send it off which we duly did. I kid you not every day my son would say has the post come because I'm waiting to win the holiday.
Well the closing date came and went and we heard nothing I tried to tell him that we hadn't won but he insisted he had and it was just late ( he was nine ).
Fast forward again about another month I would say and the phone rang and it was someone from the magazine asking me to confirm whether or not we were taking the prize we had won as they needed to know the full names etc of all passengers flying for all tickets etc. Well I nearly fell over! She said we should have received a letter telling us we had won (obviously not). She also said if I hadn't been home to answer the call the company would have had to pick another family for the prize as the deadline for names on flight tickets etc was in the next couple of days.,
Of course we accepted, it was an all expenses paid trip to Dallas, with tickets to amongst other places the Dallas Cowboys Stadium, Southfork Ranch and of course Six Flags over Texas.
I bet you can only imagine how happy my son was, he just said see I told you I had won!
We all went to Dallas and had a great free holiday.
I personally have manifested things, but not on that scale. I think from the innocent uncluttered mind of a child, it was easy for him. He set his intention and never faltered in the belief he had won.
Now to Panini rolls, this is what prompted me to write this post about manifestation.
Today I went to my local supermarket with the intention of getting panini roll's as that is what my daughter wanted to eat this evening. I went to the bakery counter as we only like the fresh ones couldn't see any so asked the man at the bakery counter if they had any, he said no sorry, try tomorrow. I was not impressed as that meant that I had to either try another supermarket or change my plans for food. I knew my daughter would not be impressed if I did that so I went to get the fillings I needed for the panini's whilst continually grumbling in my head ...I wish they had panini's as I'm really not happy about having to go to yet another supermarket simply to get this one item.
Well as I'm walking to the checkout still wishing they had the rolls I hear this voice behind me saying excuse me madam, I turned around and it was the assistant from the bakery, he was carrying a packet of fresh panini rolls, they had just been delivered and he had ran around the supermarket hoping to find me as apparently he could just tell I really wanted them!
I was so happy, the universe hand delivered !
Dinner was yummy and all was well.
So big or small the universe can and will deliver, happy manifesting.0 0 0 0
- Our new little edition "Star" a Timber / Malamute sister for our German Shepherds 6th B-day - need to go to Prescott,AZ & rented an RV so she can bond with our Shepherd - decided to turn it into a round trip hitting our favorite Mex food in Van Horn TX http://chuys1959.com/ to the Paleo rich area of Payson AZ to Roswell NM - see the daughters in Dallas & then home - hope to see some TR-3Bs in action - saw them in 2013 in NM - anyone have any "Must Stops" along the way - Florida Keys starting Point - Live in the eye of IRMA's path - just getting started - God Bless all0 0 0 0
- Mmmm pancakes. If you're an art lover and a fan of eating pancakes and getting buzzed, mark your calendar for November 17th for The Pancakes & Booze Art Show! I'll be there at Deep Ellum in Dallas with a selection of paintings and prints of my digital art available for sale. So if you can make it, come on out and join the party! #pancakesandbooze #art
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- The JFK Assassination:
This much we can stipulate: President John F. Kennedy was assassinated on Nov. 22, 1963, struck by two bullets — one in the head, one in the neck — while riding in an open-topped limo through Dealey Plaza in Dallas. Lee Harvey Oswald was charged with killing him, and a presidential commission headed by Chief Justice Earl Warren found that Oswald acted alone.
That conclusion hasn't passed muster with the public. A 2003 ABC News poll found that 70% of Americans believe Kennedy's death was the result of a broader plot. The trajectory of the bullets, some say, didn't square with Oswald's perch on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository. Others suggest a second gunman — perhaps on the grassy knoll of Dealey Plaza — participated in the shooting. Others believe in an even broader conspiracy. Was Kennedy killed by CIA agents acting either out of anger over the Bay of Pigs or at the behest of Vice President Lyndon Johnson? By KGB operatives? Mobsters mad at Kennedy's brother for initiating the prosecution of organized crime rings? Speculation over one of history's most famous political assassinations is such a popular parlor game that most people have taken the rumors to heart: just 32% of those polled by ABC believe Oswald carried out the killing on his own.0 0 0 0
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