How to beat CFS: The Lightening Process
After two years of trying many different ways to beat Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, from western medical advice to alternative health to faith healers, I came across The Lightning Process. I was put in touch with a friend of a friend who had recently had a dramatic recovery from CFS and put it all down to this process. It is semi-controversial as there is no proof (or at least there wasn't when I did it almost 10 years ago) but there are many people who claim that it has changed their life.
What You'll Need
- Courage: I know you are reading this thinking 'well what exactly is the Lightening Process, I want to know more, I want to know what I am signing up and paying for'.... but I am on purpose not saying much about what the process really is, as part of it is the experience is both the signup process and (when I did it) the two day class.
- Willingness to take a Leap
- Open mind and a leap of faith attitude: whether you are only believe in western medicine, or feel let down by the medical community because of your experience with CFS, all I can say about this process is go in with an open mind, a willingness for it to work and a positive mentality.
What You'll Do
- Research Phil Parker's Lightening Treatment
- Find a trained Lightening Process Practitioner: https://lightningprocess.com/find-a-practitioner/
- Sign up and go to the 2 day training
Tips & Warnings
- Although it worked literally like a miracle for me, and for others that I met who have gone through Chronic Fatigue, please bear in mind that there is NO scientific proof or studies that have validated that this works. I know one or 2 people that this didnt work for, so there is no guarantee. But, I really hope it works for you as well as it did for me.
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