Shows to learn on If you don't get it right
away, if you don't find it that easy to duplicate what the guests are doing in the above
shows, below are some shows where testing is made very
clear. Some were about other diseases, but all have good testing lessons right at the
beginning. Listen to them. Then go back to the shows on curing heart failure.
You have done Lesson 1,
or picked up testing from the lessons or listening to
When will your CureShow be? The standard time is 9:15 p.m. Eastern time, USA. Tell us what
you want to cure and a little history. CureShows, as you'll hear, can be under half
an hour, but you should allow 2 hours because some have been that long. It is best to use
a headset when you're on the CureShow so that your hands can be free and your body
relaxed. And it can be good to be on a cell phone in a natural and peaceful setting.
interview If you're in the US or Canada, Greg will call you for your
pre-show interview, which usually takes 5-10 minutes. If you're outside the US, you will
need to call Greg - make an appointment by e-mail.
For the CureShow itself, you'll call our free conference bridge.
Do you have a support group that would like to do a
CureShow? You will all have to be in the same room together to do the show with us.
Three-person telephone CureShows If you know two other people who want to help you by learning how to cure
and doing it with you, we will do a conference CureShow with all three of you. This can
demonstrate a new tool for all of our colleagues. The three of you do not have to be
curing anything, just you. Contact us.
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