Dr. Susana Stoica shares powerful energy healing techniques in her book Healing With A Loving Heart: Discover the Power of Energy Healing.
The book is filled with stories of healing when all hope is lost. It addresses a wide range of diseases, shows why ALS does not have to be a terminal illness, and gives insights into the autism spectrum, delayed brain trauma, the use of energy healing to help the body accept a newly transplanted organ, and how some illnesses respond well to alternative solutions when mainstream medicine has no effect.
This encouraging book also discusses the process of healing, healer-doctor interactions, how to stay healthy, and what you can do to help yourself if given a specific diagnosis. David Brownstein, MD, author of 16 books on alternative healing, has the following to say about this book: “Susana has helped countless patients in my practice and many others.
We talk about
- The mechanics of a healing
- Many illnesses are of emotional origins
- Three types of energy imbalance
- Limitations to powerful energy healing
- How to identify stress and remove it
An engineer with a Ph.D. in building computers with circuits modeling the workings of the brain, Susana Stoica was part of the computer revolution, the integrated circuit revolution (that allowed the iPads, notebooks, and electronically controlled cars), and defined the electronics test strategy for Ford. Being born with the gift of healing, by the start of the year 2000, Susana Stoica was in high demand for her medical intuition, helping doctors diagnose complex medical conditions, as well for her healing abilities, having a 3 to 6 months waiting list. …And then everything stopped when she had two traumatic brain injuries on the same day.
Susana has published nine physical and emotional healing books and presented workshops to doctors, nurses, medical students, lay people, and Kaiser Permanente, California’s most significant medical insurance. In addition, she was invited to present her brain injury recovery findings at a Harvard Medical School conference on the brain and was published in a peer-reviewed medical journal.