On the Subject of Cell-Level Healing
Dr. Joyce Hawkes, a biophysicist and cell-biologist by training, completed her doctorate in Biophysics at The Pennsylvania State University. She was later awarded a postdoctoral Fellow with the National Institutes of Health.
Hawkes is currently a Fellow in the American Association for the Advancement of Science. During her 15 years of work through that association, she has earned an international reputation for her scientific contributions in the field of ultra high-speed laser effects on cells, and the effects of environmental pollutants on cells. She has published 36 peer-reviewed scientific papers.
Question Posed to Dr. Joyce Hawkes on Cell-Level Healing
Taken from the Website of Dr. Joyce Hawkes.
What do you mean by Cell-Level Healing? Most people understand that if our cells are healthy, we are healthy, and if our cells are sick, we’re sick. Are you suggesting there’s more to it than that?
Answer From Dr. Joyce Hawkes About the Concept of Cell-Level Healing
To maintain a healthy body or to heal a sick one requires constant action from our cells. Most of our cells have full capacity for self-healing and repair for the maintenance of a healthy internal environment. These cells deal with toxicity brought into the body from the external environment or from cytotoxins produced by internal bacteria, or the damaging biochemistry of stress.
We can work with our bodies through our cells by using tools available in Cell-Level Healing. The Bridge from Soul to Cell to support the information, power, action and communication of our cells for their natural work in maintaining a healthy internal milieu. The Bridge is the self-healing awareness that links our mind-body mechanisms for conscious healing action.
In my own office, I see new and amazing results each time I work with clients. I continue to spend extra time with each client, teaching the basics of the cellular part of their healing needs. Together we explore new ways of working with both consciousness and physicality for health. The results are excellent. This work is about finding ways to work profoundly at the sites where action can indeed have a beneficial effect… those amazing cells, our source of biological life.
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