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Michelle LaMasa-Schrader, PhD

Recall Healing:Name It, Claim It, Let It Go

michelle-lamasa-schrader-cropMichelle LaMasa-Schrader is the founder and owner of Soul*Tree Transformations, a mind-body medicine practice in Covina, California. She is a member of the scientific advisory board for Recall Healing International, a facilitator of Recall Healing, and researcher of Recall Healing and mind-body medicine. Michelle works with individuals educating them about the source of their illness and teaches skills in which individuals can access their internal wisdom for self-care and transformation. She holds Master Degrees in Psychology and Religious Studies and a doctorate in Mind-Body Medicine from Saybrook University. She is certified through the Center for Mind-Body Medicine. In addition, Michelle holds certificates in Neuroemotional Technique and Neuro-linguistic Programming. She is on faculty at several colleges and universities. She is a wife, a mother of three, and grandmother of four. Her passion is in Recall Healing and helping individuals walk through their health journey.

Show Highlights:

What is recall healing? If you’re a regular listener of One Radio Network you should be familiar with this term as our regular guest, Dr. Richard Massey, usually makes some reference to it during each visit

Recall Healing® is a synthesis made by Gilbert Renaud based on the work of Claude Sabbah with Total Biology (mainly) & Gérard Athias with Biopsychogenealogy and Biology of the physiology; Ryke Geerd Hamer with his concept of New Medicine.

Recall Healing® provides a frame work in order to help and guide an ill person to identify the emotional trauma behind his condition; but also to help anyone who wishes to work preventively to optimize his health. This Recall Healing® modality considers a human being as a “triad”: psyche, automatic brain and body. A disease/behavior is quite often the automatic brain’s response to a stress that occurred in the person’s life. The Recall Healing® specialist helps the client to “recall”. When the client understands “why” he is ill this is already a big part of the healing process. And then, with the help of his health care professional, he completes his healing.(Learn more)

-Moving through anger toward forgiveness

-Carrying anger and grudge in the liver

-Carrying out fears and anger from our ancestors

-Children always carry the unfinished business of their parents

-Name it, claim it, and let it go

-Do you need to know about your past history and family history in order for Recall Healing to be effective?

-How does the Emotion Code and Recall Healing differ? How are they alike?

-So let’s saysay someone uses you as a scapegoat and blames you for something in their life, but you know this is not true; how do you get rid of your own anger towardthem, forgive and move on if they won’t?

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michelle lamassa schrader on recall healing, march 1, 2016



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