HILO, Hawaii: Hilo residents will have the chance to experience Soul Mind Body Medicine™ that may lead to healing throughout the mind and body, organizers say, when Dr & Master Sha comes to the Palace Theater In Downtown Hilo on Wednesday, June 20th.
Hawai’i College of Oriental Medicine (HICOM.EDU), formerly named Traditional Chinese Medicine College of Hawaii is excited to host Dr & Master Sha in a free event at the Palace Theater, Wednesday, June 20th from 7 to 10pm in downtown Hilo followed by a fee-based full day training Thursday, June 21st from 10am to 5pm. Master Sha teaches simple techniques that heal the soul. A healthy soul helps to heal the mind and body. We all inherently know that everyone has a soul. This is especially apparent when a loved one passes away and we somehow know that their soul lives on. Keeping the soul healthy is referred to as Soul Medicine which joins the foundations of Mind and Body Medicine. The difference is that our soul animates the mind and body making it the point where healing begins.
“Master Sha has helped so many people learn to heal their soul which so often leads to amazing healing in their bodies,” said Rulin Xiu, PhD, HICOM Board Member. “As a physicist, my research into the quantum physics of consciousness and healing provides a scientific basis to understand the extraordinarily natural Soul Medicine that Master Sha teaches.”
This event is an opportunity for those struggling in their lives to take the first step to healing themselves. Master Sha teaches the basics of soul healing with the Four Power Techniques™ based on 5,000 year old traditional Chinese medicine. These help to clear out the root cause of illness. The all day training on Thursday gives people a chance to learn how to implement the Four Power Techniques with proceeds being donated to the Hawai’i College of Oriental Medicine.
Registrations for both the free event on Wednesday evening and the training on Thursday are expected to sell out. Please take a moment now to register online at HICOM.EDU to secure your seat with Master Sha.
Tickets will also be available at the door up to one hour prior to start of event if available.
Marketing contact: Greg Baker, firstname.lastname@example.org or call (808)981-2790.
Event Location: Palace Theater, 38 Haili Street, Hilo, HI 96720.
Event Dates & Times: “Free Soul Healing” Wednesday, June 20, 2012, 7-
10pm & “Soul Healing Training” Thursday, June 21, 2012 10am-5pm.
About Dr & Master Sha:
Dr. and Master Zhi Gang Sha is a soul leader, an extraordinary healer, and a divine servant. Trained as an MD in China and a doctor of traditional Chinese medicine in China and Canada, he created Power Healing and Soul Mind Body Medicine® to combine the essence of Western medicine and traditional Chinese medicine with ancient energy and spiritual healing secrets from China.
The founder of the Institute of Soul Healing and Enlightenment™, Dr. Sha is a grandmaster of many ancient disciplines, including tai chi, qi gong, feng shui, and the I Ching. He was named Qigong Master of the Year at the Fifth World Congress on Qigong. An inspired guide in his Soul Power Series of best-selling books, TV programs, and other teachings and services, Dr. Sha says, “Heal and transform the soul first; then healing and transformation of every aspect of life will follow™”. In 2006, Dr. Sha was granted the Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Commission Award for his humanitarian efforts.
About Hawaii College of Oriental Medicine:
Hawaii College of Oriental Medicine (hicom.edu), formerly named Traditional Chinese Medical College of Hawaii (TCMCH), is an accredited institution offering a Masters degree in Oriental Medicine (MSOM). The degree prepares students to become a licensed Acupuncturist which is an amazing career that helps patients return to good health. The college is located in Hilo, Hawaii on the big island. The local Hawaiian cultural influences combined with the beaches, tropical rain forest, live volcano, rainbows and waterfalls creates a unique learning setting unlike anywhere in the world. The low cost of living in Hilo and affordable tuition make this program easy to manage for students. We encourage those interested in becoming an Acupuncturist to apply to the Fall 2012 program online at hicom.edu. Students need sixty semester college credits and two credits each in biology and chemistry to start the masters program.