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Recall Natural Laws and Cures

Am I accessing higher dimensions than when I started to RIK? Can I do a form of non-physical acupuncture - with non-physical needles? Can I do physical body chiropractic adjustments with a form of non-physical chiropractic? testing hand 

What happens when the world gets wind of this?

Are there things that might take me a while to learn, but once learned will save me hours or even days of struggle? Years of struggle? Lifetimes of struggle?


How many of these things are taught in this skill?testing hand 
Are there ways I've been operating that are the antitheses of natural law? Is it time for me to find out what they are? Once I find out, how long will it take for me to turn them around? Do I want to turn them around? Have I started to turn them around just by asking the questions on this page? testing hand




Skill  4


There are abilities you may not know you have - may not even know you can have - until you find yourself using one. Then it's as if you had it all along. And you did.

  Your audio talks for this application are:

The dimensions: Part 1

Running time:  37 min.

Perfect weight

Running time:  45 min.


We live in a century...


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Skill 4: Recall Natural Laws & Cures - lesson overview page

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My main experience of doctors since 1970 is that they're usually wrong.

Yes, they're right sometimes, but the thing that amazes me is how often they're wrong. You would think that people who get paid to do this sort of thing would have a better batting average.

For example, take the swollen gland I got in my neck in 1993. I was in Anguilla teaching a business seminar. One by one I asked the doctors in my seminar to look at the gland. Not a single one even knew what caused the swelling. The chiropractor took a shot at treating it - even though he didn't know what it was - with the laser pen he brought with him. The treatment had no effect.

Back then, though I was  using immunics, I didn't know you could kill disease with it. This little experience I'm telling you about is actually the experience where I discovered I could kill disease. Along with the swollen gland, I also had a herpes outbreak. It was the last one I ever had. A few days later, when we flew to Puerto Rico, I thought to test whether I could remove the herpes, and I got a yes.

Anyway, that same day from Puerto Rico we started calling more doctors we knew in the States. Lo and behold, one of them was right.

This guy, in my experience, has always been right. Every time I've been stumped by something and asked him about it, he knew exactly what it was - over the phone. His name is Gerry Lehrburger. He's an ER physician in Seattle. He's also a master herbalist. He bought a farm so he could raise his own herbs.

The minute I described my neck to him, he started laughing. "You've got a yeast infection!" he exclaimed. Then he started giving me a grocery list of herbs to use. I cut him off in the middle. "Thanks," I said. "I don't need any more information, I've gotta go."

I went racing out to the health food store. When I got there, I tested through a shelf of herbs and bought the ones I got signals on.

The swelling responded within seconds once the herbal preparation I made touched it. It began to shrink noticeably. Three hours later it was a third of its size.

This is what a combination of a good doctor and immunic testing can do for you.

- Bayard

The Lederbergs discovered tests that could identify streptomycin-resistant Escherichia coli intestinal bacteria before the organisms were exposed to antibiotics. They also showed that the use of antibiotics in colonies of bacteria in which even less than 1 percent of the organisms were genetically resistant could have tragic results. The antibiotics would kill off the 99 percent of the bacteria that were susceptible, leaving a vast nutrient-filled petri dish free of competitors for the surviving resistant bacteria. Like weeds that suddenly invaded an untended open field, the resistant bacteria rapidly multiplied and spread out, filling the petri dish within a matter of days with a uniformly antibiotic-resistant population of bacteria. (p.37)

- Laurie Garrett, The Coming Plague


Do the above quotes seem disjointed or irrelevant to you?

Now just test this one question:

Are there some "tricks of the (immunic) trade" I now need to learn?

Am ready for?

And then, if you wish, use the answer as a prompt to make up more questions for your own inquiry about this topic.

If you get answers that seem strange...

Also ask: Am I now operating from perceptions that are beyond the usual five senses?

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