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About The Book
You are one of 1.4 million Americans (or one of 5 million people worldwide) who have been diagnosed with lupus. And most likely, your doctor has told you that lupus is a disease with no known cure.

I am a woman who had systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) with kidney involvement from 1971-78. I have been disease-free since 1978. I would like to share with you how I did it: I used emotional release work to heal myself of lupus, in addition to receiving traditional medical care.

The traditional medical treatment certainly helped get the disease under control and manage my symptoms, but my doctors told me I would be taking my medications for the rest of my life.

No one told me I could heal myself of lupus using emotional release work—this was something I discovered myself. In my opinion, emotional release work was the key to giving my immune system the support it needed to heal myself of lupus.

 

You may be one of those exceptional people who are willing to try complimentary therapy in addition to traditional medical treatment. If so, then I commend you and encourage you to learn more about what you can possibly do to heal.

Remember that the healing process takes time and that there are no guarantees. But the rewards you will receive are worth every step you take along the way. What do you have to lose by trying? What you can gain far outweighs any discomfort or distress you might be experiencing now.

It took me one year from the time I began doing emotional release work to see the results. This really isn’t long considering I could still have lupus today, if I hadn’t taken action.

I certainly do not advocate going against your doctor’s plan for treatment. This could endanger your health and your life. I continued with my medications while I did what I could to rid myself of this disease, and this did not interfere with my treatment in any way.

I offer you the opportunity to learn what I did in a simple book that you can order today. You can study it at your own pace, and practice what you learn. What I have learned has become a part of me, along with many other tools of healing that I believe are extremely valuable.

I bring you this knowledge and experience with one strong desire in my heart: if this inspires just one person with lupus to heal herself or himself of this disease, I will feel immensely gratified and grateful—and I want to know about it!

Out of the 1.4 million people with lupus in the US, perhaps you too could make the quantum leap and heal like I did. More than one person has already healed himself or herself of lupus, using various methods. Others can follow. There are no guarantees that what I did will work for someone else, but it just might.

We will never know unless more people actually try it.

You must do more than just read a book, but it is a starting place. You must actively participate in your healing journey. I can provide you with tools and knowledge, but you must do the work.

You can work alone. You can work with your support system of friends. You could form a Healing Lupus support group. You could work with a psychotherapist as long as he or she encouraged emotional release.

In my book, I will tell the personal story of my healing journey in the Introduction and My Lupus Story. There is a Lupus Fact Sheet, which gives you a summary of current statistics and history of lupus.

I will further explore, through a series of Issues, different aspects of having lupus and how it impacts your life on every level – physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually. There are Writing Exercises at the end of each Issue for you to explore the meaning of these different issues in your life.

I also give you valuable guidelines in How to Create a Healing Lupus Support Group to expand your base of support on your healing journey. I strongly believe in the value of mutual support, where participants give and receive encouragement to each other. This has a profound effect on the healing process, and it is why I advocate the Healing Lupus support group.

My goal is to help as many people as I can to heal of lupus, by sharing how emotional release work helped me.

I highly encourage you to make a commitment to yourself by embarking on this healing journey. There is a power within you that you can tap into at any time, and you can build your way to health using this power, one step at a time. It takes courage, strong belief, and love to heal yourself. Thankfully, we are all blessed with these abilities.

I wish you well on your journey. If you heal yourself of lupus, please let me know about it. If we band together, we can empower others to find new levels of health and well-being. Anything is possible. May your journey be blessed with healing!

Blessings,
Waverly Evans
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