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Good Vibrations: The Incredible Healing Power of Music and Sound

Feb. 29, 2012

Southeastern Wisconsin Association for Research and Enlightenment is very excited to bring one of our most popular speakers to Milwaukee for a one day seminar! The seminar cost is $50 pre-register and $55 at the door. This price includes lunch and beverages.

Over 60 years ago, noted seer Edgar Cayce said that in the future, music would be a potent force for healing the physical body. That future is now here. Yet few people know of the emerging new sound technologies that are reversing brain damage, improving hearing, reducing the symptoms of autism, and bettering the mental and emotional lives of thousands.

Music and sound can even be used to automatically catalyze mystical states of consciousness…the domain of saints and geniuses…without years of meditative practice!

The program is at the West Allis Knights of Columbus hall (1800 S. 92nd Ave.), on Saturday March 3. Pre-registration is at 9 AM; program begins at 9:30 and will last until about 4 PM.
For information, e-mail Kevin Reger at vfuller@wi.rr.com, or call 414-322-6552.

 

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