Today I’m going to tell you something I’ve never mentioned before in an email – or in writing, for that matter.
And that is: My top students consider me to be a “healer.”
Now, before you get all freaked out or “woo, woo” – stay with me for a moment. Several of my students are medical doctors. In fact, two are surgeons. And these people, above all my other students, really, really want to know how I do what I do.
Even so, I’ve been reluctant to do any sort of training on healing – much less mention it. Not only that, if someone comes to me and requests a healing, the answer is almost always, “No, I don’t do that.”
On the other hand, if I volunteer to help someone, chances are 100% that something amazing will take place, and you’ll be healed of your pain.
That’s one heck of a claim, I know. At the same time, these physicians, as well as other health and fitness practitioners have watched me do “my thing” on numerous occasions.
One time, a lady in Manhattan showed Dr. Trevor Neal, a foot surgeon, her toes and asked his opinion. “What’s wrong?” she asked.
“You have a bunion,” he replied.
“How to fix it?” she wondered.
I then blurted out, “ILL FIX IT.”
A moment after doing so I consciously wondered, “What are you talking about? How you going to fix her foot?”
But something was guiding me to say what I said, so I knew she was going to get healed if I laid hands on her and directed my intention toward that end.
After a minute of back-and-forth, the lady agreed to lie down. I closed the curtain so no one else could watch or interfere, and two minutes later her toes were completely straightened.
Not only that, but her foot glowed like that of a 20-year old (she was mid-50’s).
I called Dr. Neal inside to see what just took place. He was stunned. Meanwhile the 50-something, still unaware of what happened, continued to say, “I’m too old. I’m too old.”
“Your foot sure doesn’t look old,” I blurted out. “LOOK.”
As she looked she still couldn’t accept what had happened – so I left the building. Three months later, when I saw her again, her foot was still in good shape.
I’ve done the same with shoulder pain, back pain, foot pain, elbow pain and so on.
I’ve even helped a woman who couldn’t read, drive or focus – due to vertigo – get over it within minutes.
Now, as great as you may think the above is, the truth is I’ve done FAR more good creating specific programs on DVD that you can use at home to heal and fix your self. And this trend will continue in the future.
As of right now, I have the following products online and available for you to grab onto:
In the near future, I’ll be releasing some other products that teach you how to use your body/mind to heal yourself.
And this month, members of the Furey Faithful will receive a DVD showing you how I got a former college football player out of hip pain.
Clarence, only 26 years old, kept telling me how he needed hip surgery to remove debris and fragments from the hip joint. Finally, I got tired of hearing him brag about needing surgery – so I told him to meet me so I could give him some exercises that would heal him.
Less than 12 hours later, the man wrote me to say he was 60% better. And this was just from a few “rinky-dinky” easy exercises.
Five days later Clarence reported being “90% better.”
90% better in five days. I’ll take that any day, won’t you?
Now he can run like lightning once again. Imagine a 6-4, 290 pound man running a 4.59 40-yard dash, and I think you get the picture.
One last thing: In the fat-burning secrets seminar I’m going to be holding first week of October, I’m also going to cover a lot of information on healing.
When I make the announcement to “be there” – make sure you’re ready to enroll at once.
P.S. If you’ve got knee pain, check out my friend, Dr. Bill Stillwell – who had a 90% “no surgery needed” patient rate at his clinic in NY. He’s got a terrific DVD that teaches you how to avoid surgery and eliminate knee pain within 30 days. It’s terrific.
P.P.S. Yes, you can heal with your mind alone – but the best healers are those who are strong physically and mentally – and spiritually. Let me know if you’re interested in more on this subject.