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Lost Arts Radio Show #288 - Special Guest Christopher Macklin

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Christopher Macklin wasn't always a full-time healer. He originally worked as an engineer in the aviation industry and became quite successful in that role. But as he explains, God had other plans for him, and his conventional life eventually was taken away by a series of unfortunate circumstances that he later was able to realize were a gift to help him find his true calling. Being made aware of his gift as a healer, he left his home in the U.K., became a U.S. Citizen, and founded his healing ministry in Branson, Missouri, where he now works to help people transform their lives (www.globalenlightenmentproject.com) through his online healing programs.

Christopher works on physical, emotional, mental and spiritual levels, and he has had great results in helping his clients overcome a wide range of health and life problems. His programs make it possible for even people of modest means to take advantage of his healing protocols in both large and small group settings, and he also does a limited number of private sessions as his time allows. I wanted to meet Christopher, have him explain his work directly to our audience, and he agreed to do that. I am always on the lookout for those involved in healing work that is truly "harmless," as Hippocrates enjoined thousands of years ago, a forgotten mandate that was supposed to be followed by all health practitioners. The best of real medicine and healing is always in line with this requirement. So join me this Sunday as we have a chance to hear directly from Christopher Macklin about how his healing ministry is helping people worldwide.

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