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Institute of Light to host program with Misha Jirnov

By Mark Kimmel
Special to The PREVIEW

On June 28, The Institute of Light will present Misha Jirnov, a Russian spiritual teacher, intuitive and bio-energy master.

Jirnov, a Russian from the valley of the Volga River is a bio-energy master with the ability of intuitive insight into the human body. In the stress of everyday life, the human body accumulates blockages that affect the flow of energy. Jirnov is able to sense precisely where these blockages are impeding the proper flow of energy, causing malfunction in the body, and release them.

His bio-energy work assists the body’s own healing even when the body is in a weakened condition due to injuries, stress or conditions with which one was born. It can help balance the energy fields of the body while removing congestion associated with past, present or even future physical problems and health issues. His work supports the body and its own immune system in preventing illness and, in some cases, eradicating problems instantly. Even if the body and soul are tired, exhausted by overwhelming stress, physical pain or severe illness, he can help make the body feel stronger, happier and more confident that one’s life is changing for the better.

Jirnov is an internationally known spiritual teacher, lecturer and bio-energy master. Time spent upon his table has been a life-altering experience for those who have allowed him to assist in their healing. He has appeared on both television and radio speaking about his healing abilities, while extensively working on thousands of people in Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, California, New York, Boston and Europe. His education spans expertise in anatomy, physiology, massage therapy, reflexology, x-ray, wilderness emergency training, and he is a nationally registered EMT.

The lecture will be held Friday, June 28, at 6:30 p.m. at the Institute of Light, 475 Lewis St., No. 218.

For more information, contact Grace at 264-1435.

This story was posted on June 20, 2013.