Free Access Bars During World Suicide Awareness Month (Sept 2018)

 

 

During the month of September, in honor of World Suicide Awareness Month, facilitators and practitioners of Access Bars® will be hosting events all around the world and opening their doors for anyone looking for a different possibility, or a spark of hope, to come and receive a complimentary Access Bars session.

 

The World Health Organizations estimates that more than 800,000 individuals each year take their own lives. These tragedies occur all over the world; in low- and high-income areas; to women and men, and in all age groups. Although there are country-centric patterns, there does not appear to be one, definitive reason for suicide.

Eighteen years ago, Dr. Dain Heer, co-creator of Access Consciousness®, felt so depressed and hopeless that he had set a date for his suicide. “I gave the universe six months or I was going to kill myself”, Dain explains. “I had two chiropractic practices, a bit of money, a wonderful girlfriend – I had everything I thought would constitute a perfect life. But, inside, I was dying.

However, after one single session of Access Bars®, a gentle therapy that changes brain waves to a relaxed theta state, Dain changed his entire perspective on life and realized that everything was ok. “One tool, one thing, a process that took about an hour…  and it changed the energy of what I knew was possible”, Dain remarks.

Eighteen years after it saved his life, Dain hopes these free sessions will ignite optimism, happiness, and greatness in those who have fallen into despair. “It changed my whole life. This is the experience I would like to share with you all!”, he says.

Learn More About Access Bars®

This information is being re-posted from the Access Consciousness website.

Click here to view the listing of worldwide Access Bars Free Clinics


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