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Luke Adler: Born to Heal

Luke Adler, on the jacket of his book “Born to Heal” states: “Until youBorn to heal discover the wellspring of love within, you will endlessly seek love from the outside world. You were born to heal. The power to heal and feel whole resides within you.” But how can you love enough? How do you tap into that power that resides within you? Luke Adler will talk about how you can allow love to flow into tissues and organs that have been holding tension, stuck emotion and memories. When you can do this, the body and mind, and all their faculties undergo profound transformation—and healing ensues. This healing is what we will talk about on this show.  https://lukeadlerhealing.com/

Luke Adler’s Bio

Luke Adler, L.Ac. D.O.M., is a Board Certified Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist, and a Diplomat of the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, the highest level of national certification for Chinese Medicine. He served a medical externship at the UCLA Arthur Ashe Medical Clinic and practiced Chinese medicine and acupuncture in an integrative clinic in rural India, where he worked with allopathic doctors and Ayurvedic and homeopathic physicians. The founder of Luke Adler Healer Studies, he is trained in the practice of Microcurrent Positional Technique, which focuses on orthopedic pain and structural imbalance. He has also developed a line of essential oil blends, Chinese herbs, and guided meditations.

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