- Timezone: America/New_York
- Date: Apr 26 2020
- Time: 08:00 - 09:15
Electro-Magnetic Pollution & You – Online Talk
We have created this sharing out of request from overseas clients not who are in lockdown. We welcome everyone to join. The session takes place at GMT 1pm-2:15pm Sunday.
Should you be concerned about the electro-magnetic radiation in your daily life?
Could the short attention span of your children, your anxiety, your mother’s insomnia, your friend’s infertility, your colleague’s cancer have something to do with accumulative exposure to electro-magnetic pollution?
We know in this age of information overload, one can get quite overwhelmed and confused with what to believe and how to react. We have done some research and in this online session we would like to share with you what we have found.
Most importantly we feel you need to arrive at your own conclusions.
For this, we would do two demonstrations – one only requires you and your body that you can do yourself anywhere you can be undisturbed, another one will involve the bioresonance equipment we use in our practice.
We will share with you solutions that do not cost any money that you can do right away and we will also share with you products that can help you, and how they can help.
We intend for you to leave the Zoom meeting feeling empowered and hopeful (instead of fearful and helpless)!
Just for a few minutes in this session, out of request from our clients, we have decided to include some information about chemical-free sanitisers – it is another ubiquitous source of toxic stress in our time.
And we do have some effective, natural (and possibly cheaper) alternatives that we can share with you.
What do you need to participate and get the best out of this session?
Just an hour (or 75 min)’s time to be un-disturbed and comfortable.
(Difficulty to focus is also a sign of chronic electro-magnetic burden.)
About the Presenter:
Anita Cheung is an experienced health practitioner since 2005, founder of iLiving (formerly i-Detox) Wellness centre in Hong Kong, an award-winning health operation in Hong Kong. She is a constant student and researcher and she believes knowledge is power.
Anita has been recognised as one of the 67 inspiring Hong Kong residents in the global Those Who Inspire project.
She is known for making complex ideas easy to understand by demonstrations, and showing connections, helping people to “join the dots” themselves.
Why is this talk free?
Most of past events were not free. But we feel in this challenging time, we want this important information to reach many. And we do not want cost to be a barrier.
Thank you for sharing this with anyone you think may benefit.
This is one of a series of online experiential wellbeing talks presented by Anita. Please let us know if you would like to be notified for future events by contacting us.