Wholistic Energy Healing with The Harmonic Egg

Franni Welter’s personal health and healing journey led her to where she is today – in a strong position to help others by harnessing ancient energy based, vibrational techniques.

“My journey started in 2006,” says Welter. “It was so transformational that I was inspired to do the work needed to become a certified energy healer.”

She obtained certification in 2009. During that time Welter was running her own health food store. She sold her business earlier this year to focus on creating a healing centre in Plamondon, Alberta.

“I now have the time to really concentrate on helping people through alternative healing methods,” she smiles.

In addition to her services, which include focused intention technique energy healing, ion cleansing, and vision board manifestation workshops, among others, she is thrilled to bring The Harmonic Egg® to her practice.

The Harmonic Egg is a unique form of energy therapy that blends ancient frequency medicine with modern technology. It’s a holistic approach to wellness, aiming to stimulate the body’s natural healing abilities by tapping into the power of sound, light, and colour.

The concept revolves around the use of a specially designed chamber, shaped like an egg. This shape isn’t random, but is based on sacred geometry, which is believed to have powerful energetic properties. The person undergoing therapy lies in a zero-gravity chair inside this egg for 50 minutes, exposed to specific combinations of sound, light, and colour.

According to its proponents, the Harmonic Egg can help reset the autonomic nervous system and restore balance within the body. This, in turn, is believed to enhance the body’s capacity for self-healing. It’s used for a range of applications, from stress and anxiety relief, to pain management, spiritual healing, and cognitive improvement.

“The Harmonic Egg can have a huge impact on emotional, physical, and spiritual wellness and even pet health,” says Welter. “Energy healing is not anything new. It’s non-invasive and it certainly doesn’t hurt to try it. Our bodies are remarkable, but sometimes they need a little assistance. When change or illness sets in, we can become unbalanced. Energy work can help harmonize the body back to optimal health.”

Testimonials from those who tried the Harmonic Egg can be found on the device’s main site, and on the Vibrational Miracles website. Among them, Bill shares his story.

“I believe my healing was accelerated from doing sessions in the Harmonic Egg. I am 65 years old with a pacemaker and on many prescription drugs. Six days after knee replacement surgery, I had no appetite and was still feeling under anesthesia. I went in for a Harmonic Egg session and a few hours later had an appetite for the first time since surgery. Lots of inflammation was reduced too. I did one session a week after that until week six after the surgery. I got off the pain meds in just three weeks (doctors expected six to eight weeks). I was able to stop using the walker and cane after three and a half weeks. I did my PT and was 101 degrees of bend, which seemed to surprise the doctor after just six weeks.”

When it comes to healthcare, many people are exploring alternative therapies to complement conventional treatments. Energy healing, such as the Harmonic Egg, is one such approach that aims to stimulate the body’s natural healing abilities. While alternative therapies should never be seen as a replacement for professional medical advice or treatment, they can be used alongside traditional methods to support overall well-being. It’s important to consult with healthcare providers and seek evidence-based information when considering alternative therapies.

Vibrational Miracles provides a unique approach to energy healing, offering the Harmonic Egg as a complementary therapy option. Until November 15, Welter is offering an early bird discount for those looking to try The Harmonic Egg. Contact Vibrational Miracles today and tune into her blog to learn more.

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