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Distance Healer, or DH for short, is the founder of the wildly popular Free Distance Healing Project. Arguably one of the most popular and successful distant energy healing services in the world, FDHP distant healing events have attracted nearly half a million attendees over the past 2 years. Hundreds of amazing healings have been reported. He currently offer distant healing freely & anonymously. No-one has ever been turned away for inability to pay. Distant Healer began his path as a mystic & healer at the age of 15on Christmas morning in 1973 with an instantaneous healing from a case of poison oak so severe that one eye sealed completely shut. At the age of 19, he purportedly had a profound, spontaneous experience that rivals those enlightenment experiences written of saints, mystics, gurus. Not claiming to be a saint by any means, James does maintain there has always been an energy channeled by source through his touch, which not only facilitates physical healing, but often triggers experiences of liberation, ecstasy, and awakening, not unlike Shaktipat. Admitting that his self-realization did not provide him all the wisdom, James has sought out for over four decades attunements, initiations, empowerments, baptisms, activations, clearings, and ordinations from dozens from world acclaimed healers, masters, and spiritual teachers of over 400 healing systems. In turn, he freely shares those additional frequencies of value with all who seek help. Thus, his work reflects eclectic elements such as Qigong, Reiki, charismatic faith, soul, sound, shamanic, alchemical, vibrational, and other multi-dimensional healing systems. He is not attached to any particular dogma, except that love is the underlying master vibration from which all others emanate. For more information about the Distant Healing Project, visit facebook.com/FreeDistanceHealingProject
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