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After Hours AM with Richard Gordon

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On an illuminating and penetrating edition of After Hours AM/America’s Most Haunted Radio — with hosts Joel Sturgis and Eric Olsen — we explore THE SECRET NATURE OF MATTER with author/energy healer Richard Gordon, the creator of the Quantum-Touch healing technique. We speak with Richard at Top of Hour 2; at Hour 1 Joel and Eric survey the week’s most mesmerizing paranormal news. !!!PLUS PODCAST ONLY BOOK GIVE AWAY!!! THE SECRET NATURE OF MATTER (June 5th, North Atlantic Books) Richard Gordon maps out new territory in the rarely explored intersection of science and spirituality in this fascinating investigation of the profound relationship between matter and consciousness. Building on the Quantum-Touch technique he developed in previous books, Gordon explains how the hands-on energy healing technique that he uses to help to alleviate nerve pain, headaches, back pain, hip pain, TMJ, and more provides a unique window onto the secret nature of matter. He explains how, by examining pelvic and occipital torsion — and then aligning people without the use of touch or suggestion — he is able to run a wide range of simple experiments that challenge many dogmas of science. This book teaches readers the technique along with 57 easy-to-reproduce experiments that allow them to test the results. These experiments clearly demonstrate that our consciousness can profoundly influence matter, and that an object charged with energy and intent can dramatically affect us physiologically in seconds. Excerpt from THE SECRET NATURE OF MATTER Do our thoughts affect the outer world? Most people believe that our thoughts have absolutely no effect or inluence on matter. And anyone believing otherwise is often accused of using “magical thinking”. Children seem to innately believe in magic, whereas adults are taught to be practical and realistic. Adults who still believe in such things are