Bruno Groening’s Teachings Reveal a Path to Health




Brigitte Schneider

Brigitte Schneider, a licensed healing practitioner, will give a series of talks about a natural, cost-free way of attaining healing and help through the teachings of Bruno Groening, from June 12 through 14 in Chicago, Downers Grove and Des Plaines.

       Groening taught about a natural power, “the healing stream”, that can heal the body and help with life issues and bring peace, happiness and inner freedom. It’s available to all people, irrespective of nationality, faith or religion. Schneider will present some of these healing stories and offer simple instructions on how to absorb this natural healing power.

       Schneider, a member of the Medical Scientific Group of the worldwide nonprofit organization, the Bruno Groening Circle of Friends, has been working in her own practice for more than 30 years.

Admission is free, but donations are appreciated. For locations and times, call 773-677-7307 or see the Calendar of Events. Visit Bruno-Groenig.org to see the complete three-part documentary, The Phenomenon Bruno Groening.

 

 

 

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