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People have become increasingly dissatisfied with health care in this country and are turning to nontraditional practices as an alternative. For this reason, medical intuitives are commonly called upon when conventional medicine is unable to uncover the cause of or the cure for an illness or chronic condition.

Some medical intuitives use Spirit Guides to 'read' the energy in and around the human body. These Spirit Guides help 'scan' and pinpoint illnesses, imbalances and pre-clinical diseases, as well as strengths and healthy attributes. It goes far beyond the purely physical aspects of one's health to the depths of the human body to discover the mental, emotional and spiritual influences affecting your health. With the client's willingness, the healing process begins. This journey can lead to profound and permanent change in one's health and ultimately in one's life.

Through self-awareness, self-empowerment and reconnection with one's true self, Eva's clients discover and examine the deepest conscious and unconscious thoughts, attitudes and beliefs that influence their own healing and wellness. By breaking the blockages they once had and by igniting the flow of healing, the natural state of balance can be restored through the emotional, physical and spiritual body.

In addition to the daily practice of working with individuals with various conditions, Eva works with some of the most renowned doctors in the country including Dr. James Gordon, a physician, psychiatrist, and founder and director of the Center for Mind-Body Medicine in Washington D.C. Once every month, she travels to Washington to work with some of his most difficult patients. The results that these patients, as well as her clients, have experienced are extremely positive. Please feel free to read the feedback of these clients.


The recently formed "Healing Circle" is a supplement to the healing and treatment people receive in Brasil and in sessions with Eva. The healing group, which meets every two weeks, is designed to create a reality in which its members are able to manifest their dreams into reality.

There are so many gifted people nowadays giving powerful messages that it is sometimes difficult to sort through them all. One of the most gifted people is Greg Braden, author of "The Isaiah Effect." In his book, he does a superb job of speaking about the many choices we have to create our reality. Here are some of his words:

"Developed in the early 20th century, the science of quantum physics offers principles that allow for time, prayer and our future to be closely related in a way not yet totally understood.

Jesus said: "In my father's house there are many mansions"

Among the intriguing properties of quantum theory we find the existence of many outcomes for a given moment in time.

Perhaps the "house" of our world is the home of many possible outcomes for the conditions that we create in our lives.

Rather than creating our reality, it may be more accurate to say that we create the conditions into which we attract future outcomes, already established, into the focus of the present.

The choices that we make as individuals determine which mansion, or quantum possibility, we experience in our personal life.

For example, choosing forgiveness, compassion, and peace attracts futures that reflect such qualities.

Be sure that navigating our course through the possibility of life is a group process. In a quantum world there are no hidden deeds, and each action by every individual counts. We are here in the world that we create TOGETHER.

Perhaps the most empowering passages of our lost pre-Christian texts (Dead Sea Scrolls and many others) refer to an ancient science known as prayer - regarded by many to be the root of all technology, prayer, which is the union of thought, feeling and emotion, represents our opportunity to speak the language of change in our world as well as in our bodies.

This is the main reason we are here together - to learn this new language of prayer - together we'll explore this territory, and together we'll conquer our difficulties.

We must learn to create a state of calm and peace within our group - we must learn to create a state of calm and peace within our minds and hearts in order for our bodies to enter a state of homeostasis.

The ancients remind us that to change the nature of our experience, we must only choose a new course.

Instead of creating or imposing change upon our world, perhaps it is our ability to change our focus that was the ancient key suggested by the masters of passive change in history such as Buddha, Gandhi, Jesus and others.

Quantum physics suggests that by redirecting our focus - where we place our attention - we bring a new course of events into focus while at the same time releasing an existing course of events that may no longer serve us.

Could bringing peace into our lives be as simple as concerted, unified effort to focus upon peace as if it were already there? Ancient traditions ask us why we would make it any more difficult."

So let's learn to pray, to envision peace and to manifest the flow of life into our lives. Choices made intentionally allow for the realization of our dreams - so let's dream..."



Stress is a word and a feeling with which we are all too familiar. Stress finds us at work, at home and even with our family and friends. Sometimes stress takes its toll on us in the form of a cold, a headache, muscle cramps or irritability. Warning signs can include increased heart rate, consistent insomnia, lack of concentration, feeling helplessness, excess weight gain or loss and even thoughts of suicide. More importantly stress can exasperate or lead to more serious conditions.

While healing sessions help in resolving medical conditions, maintaining a healthy lifestyle plays a significant role in the healing process. The following techniques are some of the most effective ways in which a person can reduce stress in his/her life.

An increased intake of fruits and vegetables is recommended, with a minimized amount of fats and meat. Try to reduce smoking and alcohol intake. Do not skip meals so that your blood sugar levels will stay more constant. Be mindful of the times of day when certain foods are eaten. Protein-rich lunches elevate dopamine and norepinephrine levels. This will make you feel mentally alert, while carbohydrates increase serotonin levels and have a tranquilizing effect. For example, eating carbohydrates in the evening will set the stage for soothing sleep and relaxation. As always, check with your doctor before making any major changes in your diet.

Ten minutes a day of exercise will not only reduce stress, but also increase confidence and optimism. Try some aerobic exercise, like walking, biking or swimming. In addition to being good for your body, exercise improves the circulation to the brain, which has a positive effect on our ability to concentrate. As always, check with your doctor before making any significant changes in your exercise routine. Yoga is a great form of exercise for both your body and your mind. It will help to relieve tension by stretching your limbs, in addition to keeping your body supple and responsive. It also develops the ability to sit quietly while providing a sense of liveliness and comfort.

The daily practice of meditation helps us to release and allows the body to relax when threatened by stress. It puts one's fears and disappointments into perspective and allows us to experience power and peace. Meditation slows us down and liberates us from the endless rush of modern life.

Being creative can assist with stress reduction, in addition to being an integral part of the spiritual journey. Many people have sacrificed their creativity in order to protect themselves from the expectations and judgments of others. There are a number of religious groups and recreation centers that provide support for reconnecting with your creative side by offering classes on poetry, painting or photography.

Music allows you to be in a receptive, creative and relaxed state of mind. It enables you to achieve a more peaceful, loving and harmonious lifestyle. Relaxation music, new age music, romantic music and mediation music are most helpful in reducing stress.

Stretching your limbs relieves tension and keeps the body supple and responsive. It also helps develop the ability to sit quietly while feeling a sense of aliveness and comfort.

Many mental health professionals, both conventional and alternative, suggest that their clients keep a journal. When it is difficult to communicate your feelings with a friend or partner, it often helps to write it down. The act of writing private thoughts and feelings alleviates stress and provides clarity for problem solving. It also helps to remove the negatively charged emotions from your body.

There is nothing more therapeutic than a blue sky, a serene lake or a tree covered mountain. Nature is a great rejuvenator and it also calms our psyche. Do something outdoors and take advantage of our natural surroundings.

Laughing provides a great release and is known to contribute to a healthier, less stressful and longer life. It is a wonderful stress reducer and should be practiced at every available opportunity.


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