has taken the practice of Acupressure, added it with ALL the most powerful
parts of Ancient Chinese Medicine…
has refined it into a much easier, and more simple way to get the same
His name is Master Lim. He is a very humble man. There was actually
a hard time believing this smart easy going humble, and soft-spoken
man was the source of all the tales I kept listening to... He was about
performing such great miraculous and feats of healing that was hard
to believe. And with some instruction he can teach anyone to simply
find the energy blocks in your own body…
stories like how a man was suddenly
struck with a deadly heart attack in a subway!
And Master Lim,
who just so happened to be in that same subway
was able to use his pressure point knowledge and
understandings of meridian points...
it or NOT
He literally “Massaged” the heart attack away...
a very short time he was fine...
At least that’s what what it looked like. Only
by placing a few master fingers on a very specific part of the man’s
body... he was able to neutralize the heart attack right there. Acupressure
without question saved the man’s life as it took a very long time
for the medical professionals to come.
when the paramedics did arrive the man was calm and serene because of
Master Lim. Whats impressive about Master Lim was his constant forward
motion to keep honing his practice. He isn’t an “rich man's”
philosopher who only talks about the “philosophy” of healing.
He has studied hundreds of healing modalities to create fast results
when and where you need it...
the bod is easy when you know what to do”
Yes, it is
a miracle when it is applied. But using ALL the many fields and studies
as well as combining them into one simple advanced system... Master
Lim is able to create quicker, more consistent but also more permanent
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