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ThetaHealing World Relations Workshop

Prerequisites: ThetaHealing® Basic, Advanced Class, and Intuitive Anatomy or Basic Teachers, and Advanced Teachers
ThetaHealing® World Relations Manuals

The ThetaHealing® World Relations Course focuses on specific cultures and beliefs to trigger present and past issues with races, religions, and people. Once these belief issues come to light, the hidden hatreds and resentment that goes back centuries will be released. This will allow the participants to embrace and accept the people and cultures of the world with true unconditional love.


Day One and Two are focused on the countries of the world with an overview of their beliefs and customs. The students will participate in hands-on Belief Work to find and release negative feelings and programs of other cultures and people around the world.


Day Three is focused on belief structures and functionality of the Alternative Healing business world.


Day Four and Five focus on the religions of the world, their beliefs, and the acceptance of them with true unconditional love.


In this day and age the world has become a much smaller place. Cultures are much more able to come into contact due to plane travel and the information age. Because of this, we have a pressing need to understand and accept other cultures. Students that took the first World Relations Class were surprised at how many negative unconscious thoughts, feelings and emotions came to light in the Belief Work sessions. In many instances, these were genetic beliefs attached to fear, hatred and anger towards other countries, lands and their people that they never knew they had. The World Relations Course is a powerful tool for removing inner and outer conflict in yourself towards others.

ThetaHealing® World Relations Workshop @ Bandar Utama, Malaysia

Prerequisite: Intuitive Anatomy or Advanced Instructors

14 - 18 May 2012
Time: 10am - 6pm
Facilitator: Daniel Samos
Workshop Fee: RM2700
Early Bird Promotion: RM2400 (Full Payment / Non-refundable Deposit of RM650 before 15 Apr 2012)