Ganyonga to Speak on Behalf of Bruno Groening




Dr. Marlene Ganyonga, M.D.

Dr. Marlene Ganyonga, M.D., will give a series of talks about a natural, cost-free way of attaining healing and help through the teachings of Bruno Groening, from March 31 through April 7.

       Ganyonga is a general practitioner and family doctor from Germany, who practices conventional medicine and classical homeopathy, in her private clinic in Bavaria. She travels frequently to West Africa, where she has practiced in a hospital and clinics as a physician.

      She is a member of the Medical Scientific Group of the Worldwide, nonprofit organization, the Bruno Groening Circle of Friends, which scientifically documents healings that occur in the Circle of Friends, including seemingly incurable diseases such as cancer, arthritis, severe depression and addictions.

         At the lectures, Ganyonga will present some of these healings and offer simple instructions on how to absorb a natural healing power which is available to everyone, regardless of nationality, faith or religion. The healing stream can be experienced during the lectures.

Admission is free, donations are appreciated. For locations and times, call 773-775-8855 visit Bruno-Groening.org/en/lectures or see the Community Calendar in this issue.

 

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