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Amazone I.
Tuesday, February 2, 2010, 10:27pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Gz..for this I became too realistic .......meeps...


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Gz..for this I became too realistic .......meeps...


Everything is relative my dear...




If you keep doing what you've always done, and you keep getting what you've aways got, perhaps it's time for a change...
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I found a Nurse Practitioner who is affiliated with an M.D. both of whom are very open to supporting alternative forms of treatment.  I will probably try the M.D. first because my health insurance will cover visits to the M.D. but not the N.P.
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I found a Nurse Practitioner who is affiliated with an M.D. both of whom are very open to supporting alternative forms of treatment.  I will probably try the M.D. first because my health insurance will cover visits to the M.D. but not the N.P.


Excellent, good luck and let us know how it goes!




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good suggestions Paul, but it doesn't guarants anything coz even prationers will need muchmore knowledge and trainings on those concerns... seen in the statement of Gz once he confronted his ND with GTD; and all nearly all those I am in contact with are aware of not having the whole knowledge...incl. myselve   what I've experienced everywhere is fractal knowledge. Everybody of us uses different systems; me the bioresonance and it shows clearly up since years that P.D. was in the right direction with BTD.....ok todays the adaptation to GTD....but honestly I only can show up that the need for international communication and help should be better established...as you mentioned yourself.
I think once given the wrong  advices coz of lacks of.... your client will be gone.....
this is what I experienced and so I prefer to use my own system until the day I can be really assured in not committing too much of errors in running the swami system with my pc. The whole  Swami systems changed a lot since months and will continue to change I guess, so far I see that the whole system should be tought and trained with practioners and laypersons as well.....
Since years the british league works with their own prefered people; I never got an invitation for a training....we get always the infos after those happenings...so far what shall I think about such a behaviour...I am sure that a lot more practoners would join by getting more support also from IfHI.....but all is held flasque...vague
here in Europe since years and all is settled for US-manners...ok...so no doubt that
the european countries are in deficit.... ....


It is the same in Canada and even for practitioners in  the 'States. It is a tough learning curve but the knowledge is changing very quickly and I believe Peter is putting out more changes as SWAMI is used more and as he acquires more info.
That is my impression, anyway.

It is frustrating but it does mean that we get information earlier and don't have to wait 20 more years until it is all nailed down.

These are exciting times in this industry and isn't that a Chinese curse..."May you live in interesting times"???


I love what you are all saying about a group of specialists  working as a team. I hope one day that it is a common occurence that our communities will have this knowledge. For me I like to believe that health support will one day be a free service we do for ourselves and our communities. The small groups of people on this forum that are starting to get together in their areas are the beginning of that. I am leaning towards forming a group or groups in my area. I don't have a medical background but I can certainly help people rethink their health and choices.


"Try everything, keep what works" Peter D'Adamo

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Yes, master.  

But seriously, I am interested in the GTD and as such the Swami, but I know that the BTD works for me when I commit to it. For some reason I am afraid to change that and start feeling crappy again. I have more then enough issues health wise for that matter and just scared it will mess things up.




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Rennie - loved your post on BTD vs SWAMI.  You go girl!!!
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Yes, master.  

But seriously, I am interested in the GTD and as such the Swami, but I know that the BTD works for me when I commit to it. For some reason I am afraid to change that and start feeling crappy again. I have more then enough issues health wise for that matter and just scared it will mess things up.


Not a master only a fellow!


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