Week 22: Understanding the Law of vibration...

We are continuing to learn how to raise our awareness to the achievement of possibilities we didn't previously know existed.

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Reflections on Week 22

What happens when a little child discovers a guitar for the first time? He pulls the strings awkwardly and strikes the guitar as if it is drum, and the discordant sounds soon bring to the spectators some worries for the guitar…

Reading Part 22, I realize that most people – me included - are treating their body exactly as a little child treats a guitar for the first time!

In this part, Haanel brilliantly presents us the real science behind the human body and give us a practical method for learning how to keep it harmonious and healthy.

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