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Being Well

By Richard Gentle

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"Be Well, Get Well, Stay Well"

— Richard Gentle and
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Why are so many people ill? Science, doctors, nutritionists, clinicians, the pharmaceutical industry, and other ‘experts’ would like us to believe that illness is going to affect all of us and we can all pretty much expect to get cancer of one form or another in our lifetime! But what if illness is only the physical manifestation of our beliefs, psychology, feelings, and expectations? What if all the marketing and advertising of illness is the very thing that is increasing it? Although much has been said about physical symptoms only being the outward manifestation of inner difficulties, this booklet attempts to go deeper. If you have a persistent or terminal illness, it may be challenging for you to read this booklet at first – but be assured that the truth it contains could change your life… or even cure you! The aim of this booklet (in paperback,direct from the author, or download from Amazon Kindle UK or Kindle US) is to give personal power for positive change, back to the individual.

~ This is valuable information for everyone ~

Our universe is more than just a physical reality. There are many things people can do to maintain or improve their good health – and the best ones are free.

Since 1985, Richard Gentle has helped several people to experience improvements in their health and to realise that they have a choice to be well.

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