By Andi Locke Mears
When I had my wellness center, I wore many hats: herbalist, nutritionist, homeopath, colon hydrotherapist, along with marketer, customer service specialist, and toilet bowl cleaner.
If you’re also a solo practitioner or in a small office, you probably also wear many hats.
The heart and soul of my practice was to offer people alternatives for reaching their wellness goals and I found myself getting certification after certification so I could gain the knowledge I needed to help more and more people.
And every certification meant time away from my center and money out of my pocket for the course and for travel expenses.
I also put a lot of time into networking by meeting with energy healers, hypnotherapists, physicians, etc. so I could refer to people I knew and trusted.
And there is a limit to all that. At least, there was for me since I still haven’t figured out how to be in two places at once. I’m working on it, tho…..
This all changed when I learned the Five Biological Laws of German New Medicine.
I no longer had to keep searching. All of the answers I needed to help my clients were now at my fingertips because I finally understood how to “read” the body, how to interpret and know without a shadow of a doubt, what exactly, was occurring in my clients and why.
Learning GNM is like getting a secret Magic Decoder Ring……that really works.
I began using GNM immediately upon learning the basics even though I didn’t fully understand them.
And still, they always pointed me to the information my client needed to understand their symptoms and what to do about them.
It was the greatest gift I could have received.
I learned to reframe all of my prior experience, education, and trainings.
Yes, I still used all of it – herbal medicine, homeopathy, cleansing/detoxing, nutrition, etc. however I learned how to use them to be more effective to get better results for my clients.
I’ve had the pleasure to witness:
To any practitioner considering learning the Five Biological Laws, I say this:
For more information on programs and courses to learn GNM, please visit: www.biohealthworksinstitute.com.