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Hello listeners, welcome to the Art of Healing podcast. This is Charlize. We will be spending time with another guest for today's episode and we'll be discussing a healing technique called the zone technique. So I'd like to introduce Dr Peter Goldman. Dr Peter Goldman is the founder of the zone technique and the zone school of healing and if you stay through to the end, I'll make sure you have all of his contact information to learn more about this inventive, interesting and innovative healing technique. Dr Pete was born and raised in New York City. Before he went to chiropractic school at Life College of Chiropractic in Georgia, he was a student athlete at Brandeis University, where he played varsity tennis for four years and graduated cum laude with a Bachelor's of Arts in Economics. During his time in chiropractic school, Dr Pete was mentored by a chiropractor who himself would be a student of a legendary healer, Dr Thurman Fleet. After training with his mentor, Dr Pete refined what he'd been taught and developed his own technique called the zone technique. So during this episode, we'll learn about the zone technique. Dr Pete actually offers his training to other healers individuals that work with other people, so we'll make sure to find out how you can learn more about his school. All right, let's get started. Hello, Dr Pete. Dr Pete Goldman, it is so nice to meet you. How are you doing?Speaker 2:
I'm doing great. I'm here in Franklin, Tennessee. It's a beautiful day. I'm looking forward to our chat.Speaker 1:
Ah, nice, very good. So why don't we get started with just the basics? Why don't you share with us what the zone technique is?Speaker 2:
No problem. So let me give you a little to answer that. Let me give you a little history of the evolution of the zone technique and then I'll talk a little bit about the actual zone technique. So the evolution or history of the zone technique is like this there was a guy named Dr Thurman Fleet and Dr Thurman Fleet was a chiropractor. That's officially a chiropractor and if anyone ever wants to read about him, he has a great website devoted to him. I actually think you'd like it quite a bit. You can literally read the whole website in 10 minutes, but it's an interview with him from the 1950s. It's one of the most powerful interviews on healing you will ever read in your life anywhere, and I say that quite literally. So again, it's actually Dr Thurman Fleetcom, which is D-R-T-H-U-R-M-A-N-F-L-E-E-Tcom, so website devoted to Dr Fleet and there was a little interview with him that I think was done in the 1950s on that website and you could read the entire site and the entire interview in like 10, maybe 12 minutes. It is incredibly powerful. So anyway, dr Thurman Fleet practiced in San Antonio, texas, in the 30s, 40s, 50s, et cetera, et cetera, and he just did things no one could do. I mean, it's as simple as that. Because, as you know, there's many kinds of healing. There's Reiki, there's acupuncture, there's homeopathy, there's spiritual healing, there's Christian science healing, there's medical doctors, there's functional medicine, there's many techniques of chiropractic, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. There's many techniques out there, but, as you know, what matters in healing results. That's what matters, because anyone can have a great theory or a great technique or a great philosophy, but if someone has IBS, they don't wanna have IBS anymore. They wanna have perfect digestion. If someone has autoimmune disease, they wanna have a strong immune system. If someone has a circulatory issue, they wanna have perfect circulation. If a woman cannot get pregnant, but she wants to get pregnant, she wants to get pregnant. So at some point. Or if someone has debilitating neck pain, they want their neck to feel perfect. So at some point, when you go beyond all the techniques and all the philosophies and all the theories and all the different kinds of healing physical, mental, spiritual, whatever you wanna find someone who could fix you. So, with that said, because everyone has the things they love, they think are the best, dr Fleece just did things no one was doing. I mean, people were coming to him with every disease under the sun. Had these people had been to other chiropractors, acupuncturists, homeopaths, functional medicine docs, spiritual healers, medical doctors, naturopaths and they were still sick. I mean, they were still sick and they went to Dr Fleece and they healed. So he was a real living legend. And what he did was he created something in 1931 called zone therapy. This is all leading to what's own technique. He created something called zone therapy. It's a very interesting story in itself. We could do a whole interview on how he made it, but we'll put that aside for the moment. And what he determined was this he determined that the brain has different centers in it and he determined that these different centers control different systems of the body. The way he broke it up there's many ways to break up the body, as you know. But the way he broke it up, or not so much he broke it up, but the way he analyzed these brain centers. There was the brain center that controlled the glands, all the glands of the body, any gland. There was a brain center that controlled the eliminative organs, anything that eliminates toxins sinuses, lungs, kidneys, bladder, intestines. There was the brain center that controlled the nervous system, brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves. There was the brain center that controlled the digestive organs, similar to the eliminative system, because you have the intestines, but it's a little different because the eliminative system is everything that eliminates toxins and the digestive system is everything that assimilates and digests food. So it's more like they have the intestine overlap, but more like the liver, the gallbladder, the stomach, things like that. Then there was the brain center that, remember, this is the six brain centers that control the six systems. Then the fifth brain center that controls the fifth system is the muscular system, all the muscles of the body, tendons, ligaments also. Then the sixth brain center, which controlled the sixth system, is the circulatory brain center, which controls all the circulatory apparatus, anything that moves blood in the body. So his contention was that every single cell in the body is in these six systems. Like I mean, you can't find anything outside those six systems. So his contention was anyone who's sick, any disease, ache, pain, condition, whatever's wrong with them, it's due to a disturbance in one or more of these six systems which are controlled by these six brain centers. So his attitude was if you could fix the brain, if you could actually make the brain, because the brain may be unbalanced, it might be sending the wrong signals to the system it's supposed to be governing and not evaluating that system properly. So his attitude was if you could find out where the brain wasn't balanced and then you could balance it, then people would heal. And of course this does not include like someone who has like a burst appendix, so they need like stitches. They should go to an emergency room. We're not talking about that. But outside of emergency medicine, this theoretically could help anyone heal from anything, and he did. I mean people were coming to the sky with like epilepsy and diabetes and thyroid problems and liver problems and just healing one after the other. Even though he was a chiropractor which a lot of people think like neck pain, back pain a very small percentage of his patients were coming with neck or back pain. Of course the ones who did come he fixed them right up. But most people came to him with systemic health issues. So he knew that you can't cut into. Well, I guess unless you're a brain surgeon, you can't cut into someone's skull and start like fixing their brain centers. So he was thinking how can I determine which of these brain centers are off in the first place and then how can I fix them? So he discovered on the what's called the superior nuchal line of the skull. There's points that one who's trained in this can feel, and those points will tell you which brain centers are healthy and which are not Then in order to fix the brain this is an interesting part here he said the body is like an electrical machine where the brain is the positive pole and the spinal cord is the negative pole. So there's certain points in the spinal cord that can be stimulated in order to make the brain heal, and then you could recheck the back of the head, see that it's healed, and when the brain's healed it governs those systems right and the body will heal. Now it's interesting he was a chiropractor, but that was just incidental. I mean, he was a chiropractor, it just was an incidental thing. So when he was stimulating the points in the cord in order to heal the brain, he was probably doing it with like a chiropractic style adjustment. But fast forwarding to the early 1990s the early 1990s I learned this technique. I did in the early 1990s and I studied with four of Dr Fleet's. Remember Dr Fleet was born in 1895, I didn't get to meet him, but I studied with four of Dr Fleet's direct disciples and I spent over a hundred hours one-on-one with each of the four. So I spent over 500 hours studying this stuff one-on-one with these grandmasters who were practicing for 40 plus years back in the early 90s. These were older guys and I studied with them. So I learned zone therapy, which is what I've been talking to you about. But then over the years I had many influences in healing, metaphysics and many other things and I took the zone therapy, which was phenomenal I mean, I love Dr Fleet, he's the greatest and I altered it a bit and I made zone technique and, by the way, if anyone ever reads a book by Dr Fleet about zone therapy and they see the zone technique that I teach. There's quite a few differences. So anyway, so I created zone technique based on my learning of this, what I'm talking about now, plus my many other influences. And then what happened was I graduated chiropractic school myself in the 1990s, but again, me being a chiropractors is incidental because I knew this healing art which could be. It could be. Anyone can stimulate the spinal cord. You don't have to do it with a chiropractic adjustment. If you know how to feel the back of the head and know where to stimulate, you could do it energetically If you know how to do it energetically. You can look at someone's spine and fix it, but that's a whole different conversation. Anyway, so in around 2017, I had this realization, you could say, and I'll tell you what my realization was. So here I am, practicing from the 1990s. Now it's 2017. And by then I already had patients flying into me, flying into me from all over the world. So I had people flying into me from 30 different countries and cities for healing when they couldn't heal like Dr Fleet, when they couldn't heal with anyone else. And they're coming to me from New York, chicago, guam, hawaii, uk, netherlands, malaysia, japan, et cetera, et cetera. So 30 different countries and cities. So I said to myself you know what I'm gonna do. I'm gonna teach everyone how to do this, cause people are coming to me from all over the world. They can't heal, people who could not heal anywhere else for their conditions are coming to me and healing. So I opened Zoneschool in 2017, where I teach two things I teach the zone technique, which I've already discussed a bit, and I teach the principles of healing, which apply to any healing art. And if you, let's say, even someone says, oh well, I'm already a very good healer, I'm a Reiki master or I'm a acupuncturist, or I'm a tire. I'm already a great healer. I'm a great healer already. Good, join Zoneschool. You'll be infinitely better. I don't care how good you are and there's a lot of good healers out there I guarantee you, however good you are, you'll be infinitely better. So, from 2017 and now and growing and growing I have Zoneschool. It's an online program. Online. You just you can go to the website Zoneschoolofhealingcom. You know, if you like what you see, you sign up and you get immediate and lifetime access to approximately 60, that's 60 hours of me teaching you. You can watch it at your own pay. You wanna watch five minutes a day? Watch five minutes a day. You wanna watch two hours a day? It's up to you. Go through the material and in a few months, you will be a healing master. And I don't care if someone's an MD, you'll be way better. I don't care if someone's a chiropractor, you'll be way better. I don't care if someone is a beginning Reiki master, I don't care, they might have taken one weekend of Reiki training, you'll be amazing. So the point is, who is not eligible to join Zoneschool? Well, you know, a plumber, an electrician, a real estate agent, I mean, you know you have to have some kind of doctor, patient or healer client setup. You have to be a doctor or healer of some type to join my school. And let me just give you, just to wrap up, this answer. I know you have other questions. Let me give you one very powerful example. It's very powerful. You know, when, forget about everything. Let's say we hadn't even met yet. Let's say just your average person. They're thinking like what is the hierarchy of healers? And again, I'm not saying I agree with this at all, I'm just saying what is your average person on the street? Think. And again I'm not saying everyone thinks this. Well, let's say someone says, well, I think maybe MDs are the best because they've learned the most. Now, of course, some people dislike MDs and would never go to an MD. But let's just say you know your average person on the street. And let's say someone else says, well, I think under that is an acupuncturist and then under that is a chiropractor and under that is a so-and-so, and then this is an energy healer, whatever. And again, I'm not saying that's the real thing, I'm just saying if you interviewed some random person on the street, they may think that's the capability of these so-called doctors and healers to help people. But let me give you an example of how powerful Zoneschool is. I have a guy who is in. He's in Australia because we have members all over the world. We have 1,300 members growing quickly, and we have, you know, in Zoneschool. We have chiropractors, medical doctors, acupuncturists, massage therapists, Reiki masters, energy workers, and they all will tell you that, however good they were before, they're immensely better now at helping people heal. With. That said, I have a guy in Australia who is a massage therapist. That is his training. I don't know how long, excuse me, I don't know how long massage therapy school is, but let's say it's a year. I don't know. So that is his training. He is a massage therapist. However, he's in zone school and I have a lot of advanced courses. He's actually in a very high. He's in the highest level of zone school. Within zone school, someone came to him who was on a heart transplant list. They were on a heart transplant list, which means the cardiologist was like there's nothing we can do with your heart except give you a heart transplant. Guess what? He fixed them up. They're not in a heart transplant list anymore. Their heart is totally healthy. So that's the point when we're talking about this hierarchy of healers. If you're in zone school, you move right to the top of the class, because here's a massage therapist doing with someone's heart what no cardiologist could do. So that's an example of how powerful. Now another thing is there's something which I'm sure you're familiar with. It's called distance healing. It's usually done by Reiki masters, energy workers where they will, or even that kind of thing, where they'll have clients almost on the phone or a zoom call and they will heal them at a distance. We have distance healers in zone school who already were distance healers of whatever they were doing, but now they know the principles of healing that they've learned in zone school and the zone technique which they apply to distance healing. We have these living legends now in zone school, people calling these zone certified practitioners. We're now in zone school and they're getting distance healing all over the world with results that they were not able to get from anyone else. So I just want to in fact, I'm actually gonna say just to shout out because it's funny whenever I do these shows, after I do the show, people are ready to hey, could you mention some of those distance healers? I need distance healing. So I might as well just do it now. So for your audience, I'm gonna say a couple things. So number one I want to say this Anyone who wants well, let's break it up into three categories real quickly Anyone who's listening to me and is a doctor or healer of any type Reiki master, chiropractor, whatever who wants to learn this, you just go to zoneschoolofhealingcom, zoneschoolofhealingcom, and it says you know, enroll here and enroll. I mean, that's that, that's category one. Now category two is someone who's like oh, I want to get some healing not the long distance healing, that'll be category three but I want some healing. Where can I find a certified zone school practitioner? Again, go to the same website, zoneschoolofhealingcom, and click on directory put in your location, and you will find a certified zone doc. By the way, within the directory there's three types of certification. There's just certified, which is a lower level. There's advanced certified, which is a higher level, and there's mastermind certified, which is like the highest level. So if you find a mastermind certified practitioner near you, go. If you find a advanced certified practitioner near you, go. And if you find a regular certified practitioner, they're probably pretty good too. Okay, now one category three. Let's say someone says well, I live in a very remote part of the world and I probably need a long distance healing. And again, I don't want to dismiss or diminish any long distance healers who are in zone school, who I'm forgetting to mention because there's a lot of great ones, and if I just sat here and had to list the hundred great ones, whatever. But there's two that are quite popular. And again, if any of my zone school members are watching this and you're a, if you're a long distance healer and I didn't mention you, I apologize, but here are two that come to mind. It doesn't mean that the other ones are not just as good. It just means that these are two that come to mind. One of them's name is Sky Buckles S-K-Y Buckles and I don't know what her website is, but I would think if anyone Googles like Sky Buckles, zone technique, you'll find her, and she her healing results are freaking nuts. They're insane. Another great one Lindsey Lailaw I think it's L-I-N-D-S-E-Y-L-A-I-D-L-A-W, lindsey Lailaw. And if anyone Googles Lindsey Lailaw, zone technique, I'm sure you'll find her too. They are both spectacular long distance healers and we have some other ones too. There's another woman named Amy Waite, who's great A-M-Y-W-A-I-T-E I think it's how you spell her last name and if anyone Googles Amy Waite zone technique and there's another one, danielle Morella, and I don't know exactly how to spell her last name, but it's Danielle, like the woman's first name, danielle, I think. It's M-O-R-E-L-L-A, I think, and if someone Googles Danielle Morella, zone technique, you'll probably run into her. Those are four spectacular long distance healers.Speaker 1:
Perfect. So for the listeners, you'll see in your show notes a link to your directory. Because you sent your directory we can find those Okay. So I'll make sure to put a link in the directory and what I'll do is I'll probably include those links in my newsletter so that folks can explore, because as we're listening, I know we're all on the go it might not be quite in a position where we could stop and write that down. I love that you covered the heritage of your healing lineage. I dig that because something we don't get enough in medicine is that heritage aspect and where this came from and how it just gives me warm fuzzies. When you went back to Dr Thurman Fleet and described it, I was like, oh, I just love that there's like a heritage, Because particularly in allopathic medicine which to some extent it is good, but we're always emphasizing the new, the most recent, and it's sort of like we erased the past. We never talk about how we got here. So I actually really love that you did that. So, dr Pete, in your interview I think it was on AP News you described putting your patients into a passive state. Are you able to? Can you describe what that is when you you're working with your patients and they're being put into a passive state. Is this during the healing that this is occurring?Speaker 2:
Okay, so a couple of things. Great question. So Let me give kind of a big picture for a context first, and then I'm going to answer that specifically. So you know, excuse me, I'm not a hypnotist. I mean, I actually know how to do hypno. I'm actually a pretty good hypnotist. I know I know how to hypnotize people quite well, but I don't work as a hypnotist. I'm not a hypnotist. I don't tend to hypnotize people. The only time I will demonstrate hypnotism is when I'm teaching a group of healers and I'm showing them some of the principles of how the subconscious works in healing. But again, I don't. I don't hypnotize my patients. I don't hypnotize people. It's not something I do. The only time I will show how how hypnosis works is in a group setting where I'm trying to show a principle of how the subconscious works. With that said, I'm a pretty good hypnotist. The reason I bring that up is that when you have a hypnotist or a hypnotherapist whatever they like to be called and they have the subject that they're hypnotizing maybe they're trying to quit smoking or lose weight or lose their fear of heights or whatever they're trying to do so what the hypnotist does is they will put the client into a hypnotic state. They might, you know, just count them down to relax, like whatever they do whatever their whatever their technique is for hypnotizing the person, and when they put the person in a hypnotic state, the, the person's conscious mind is put away, because that's how hypnosis works. When you go in a hypnotic state, the conscious mind is not there and the hypnotist can then speak right into the subconscious mind, right into the subconscious mind, and then, after the new concept or idea is put in the subconscious mind, they bring them back up out of hypnosis, back into their normal waking state, and then of course their conscious mind is active again, but the, the hypnotic suggestion, is still in the subconscious. And that's why it's called a post hypnotic suggestion, because it's after hypnotist, but the suggestion is in the subconscious. Now, hopefully you have a good hypnotist who knows how to put a good suggestion in there, but that suggestion will act in the person's body and life if it's done right. So the point is, the reason I bring that up is you mentioned the word passive state, I believe, and of course in in in straight up hypnotism, the client is in a very passive state. But I said I'm not doing that with people Sometimes. You know, the conscious mind understands the difference between fantasy and reality. It understands what's real and what's not, to an extent, because it can reason inductively. The subconscious mind cannot tell the difference between reality and non-reality, because it can only reason deductively. It just takes what you give it and just assumes that it's true. So there are times that someone has a negative concept in their subconscious. I don't know how I got there, but I got there somehow. Maybe I don't know, maybe their parents were always telling them hey, you're a sickly kid, you're very delicate, you know, make sure to bundle up for you, go outside. You have a weak immune system. So the parent is banging that subconscious weak immune system, weak immune system, weak immune system. And the kid is three, four, five, six, seven years old, when their conscious mind is not really developed. So they have this idea Now that that will say woman. It could be a man or woman, it doesn't matter. But for my example, now this woman is 25 years old. She's not a little kid anymore, she's 25 years old. Her conscious mind kind of knows no, her immune system should be fine. But then she's out in the rain, her hair gets wet and she's like oh my God, I'm going to get. And then she gets sick because that concept tells her she has a weak immune system. So there are ways to get in that subconscious and give them the idea of a strong immune system to override the old one and guess what? Then they'll have a strong immune system. So, on that note, there's a way to. Just because the subconscious can't tell the difference between fantasy and reality, you could just tell someone hey, lay down on the table, close your eyes, relax, take a few deep breaths it's not really hypnosis, just relax, forget the past, forget the future. Just let my voice be the only thing that matters to you now. My voice is the only thing that's originating any idea for you. Forget the past and the future, and what I'm going to do, that is a passive state. And then you could give them an image which gets hooked onto by their imagination. And when you give them that image in that passive state, believe it or not, their subconscious still can't tell the difference between fantasy and reality. And if you give them the right image and they're in the correct passive state, you can put an image of a strong immune system in this example it could be digestion or whatever it is. So that is that, and I literally have had people come to me who have had, you know, freaking period cramps, panic attacks, terrible digestion, insomnia, back pain, and I could just talk them right out of it without even touching them. And guess what? All of a sudden, those things are all gone because we changed the concepts in the subconscious. Now again, I don't typically work with people like that because I would, you know, feel the back of the head, check the brain centers, simulate the cord, do the zone technique, but the subconscious is that powerful. Now, just before I leave this to your next question, I want to tell you a cool story. The British medical journal I believe it's called Lancet I'm not sure if I'm pronouncing it right, but it's kind of like you know, in the US is the New England Journal of Medicine or whatever. In England or the UK it's called Lancet, I believe. So I read this in Lancet. What I'm telling you I read this in Lancet In around the year 1900, there was a prisoner on death row in England. I don't know what he did, but somehow he wound up on death row. So they were going to execute him in England in 1900. Now there were some doctors at the time in England that kind of understood this subconscious stuff, like not really, but they kind of understood it and they were trying to understand more about the subconscious and ideas and concepts in the subconscious manifesting in the body. So they were going to experiment on this guy while they were executing him, because, you know, I guess prisoner rights were not, you know, at the forefront in England in 1900. So anyway, this is what they did. They had a bunch of medical doctors and whatever at the execution and they wanted to experiment with the subconscious while they were executing him. And this is what they did. They told him that they were going to cut a little slit in his neck and that he was going to bleed to death down his back. They blindfolded him, they cut the slit but then they sealed it right away. They sealed it, they sealed it. He didn't bleed, he didn't lose any blood. He might have lost a drop of blood when they cut it, but they sealed it, he didn't lose any blood. However, he was blindfolded and they dripped water on the cut down his back. So he had the sensation of bleeding to death. Well, two things A, he died in six minutes, dead. He was dead in six minutes. B, because they had the medical doctors there. They observed his body in those six minutes and in those six minutes it displayed every illustration of someone bleeding to death. So of course, that's a negative example. Yeah, that's so creepy, but, wow, it shows you the power of an idea in the subconscious. Wow, and if it can be used negatively like that, it can be used positively. If someone has the idea of health in their subconscious, that's what's going to manifest Because his cells responded by killing him. But you can have the cells respond to be strong and healthy. You know, it's interesting how the mind works and this is slightly different. But I want to just bring this up Again because we're talking about the mind and health. I'm talking about something slightly different, but it shows. You know, there was a really switching gears here for a second, but you might find this interesting. There was a hockey. I'm a big hockey fan, so anyway, just a side note, but anyway, I used to play hockey and I'm a hockey fan anyway. So there was a hockey player named Marcel Dion. He retired, I think he's like I don't know he's, I haven't looked it up, but he's probably in the top 10 leading scorers in NHL history. So he's basically one of the greatest hockey players who ever lived. Period. He had a very strong. He's Canadian. He had a very strong junior hockey career in Canada but he was nervous. He didn't. You know he got drafted, I think, by Detroit was his first team. Most of his career was in Los Angeles, but he got his first team was a Detroit and when he got drafted to Detroit he was very nervous. You know, he knew he was a star in junior hockey but he didn't know if he would be able to make it the NHL with these guys who were bigger and stronger and faster and meaner to rough sport. So he didn't know and he played his first game, rookie season first game, and he scored. He scored a goal in his first game and I heard an interview with him. He called his dad back in Canada I'm going to make it in this league. Now he didn't only make it, he ended up being one of the greatest hockey players in history. So it just goes to show mentally, here's a guy who obviously had the skill to be one of the greatest hockey players ever, but he was nervous, he didn't know that. But that goal gave him the confidence I could. I could do it here. So that's just how it works. There are people who Like I, you know it's interesting. On that note. There was a player on the New York Rangers in modern time. Well, that was modern times too, but that was this more sell. Marcel Dion was the star of the seven, 1970s and 80s. It was a player later on the New York Rangers His name was Manny Malholtra, great player, came up with a lot of fanfare and he was playing. You know he was great, and the coach who was it? You know it was a big influence on him. So now I think he's like a third-line player. He told the press that, which is kind of a lower. His career was mediocre ever since. Just the idea. First they told him he was a big star, he played great. So then his question I think he's gonna be a third-line player. That's what he was. So these thoughts and this in the when they, when they, when you have rapport with someone, like you did with his coach, and you get this thing and it bypasses the conscious and it lands in the subconscious, little manifest in your body or your life or both.Speaker 1:
So, dr Pete, I just want to make sure, as the listeners will know, which I'll make sure it's in this show notes listeners how to find your school, and Just so we circle around. This school is designed for individuals who are already Practicing professionally as healers. Am I something again?Speaker 2:
I will say this even. But even let's just say there's someone who Just took one reiki weekend, like. In other words, like they're they, you know they're, they're, they're trained in reiki, you know they have a few clients, they see a few people, they're eligible to got it, got it right up to someone who's a full-time chiropractor, a medical doctor or acupuncturist or Whatever. But even if someone Just has taken a course in reiki, they're eligible to any. Anyone is trained to be a doctor or healer of any type is.Speaker 1:
And enrollment is open for anyone that's ready to take the next step.Speaker 2:
You could. You could join today and in three months you'll be a.Speaker 1:
You'll be an amazing and what's the best way for the listeners to find you? Is it through your website? Is there other avenues as well to find you?Speaker 2:
Just just find me walking around Franklin.Speaker 1:
Tennessee. Now this game.Speaker 2:
You know, I Would say the best way for anyone to find me is, you know, zone school of healing calm. Because if you think about it, what's that? Zone school of healing calm a could read all about zone school B. You can join zone school C. You can get the directory to find someone. So it's kind of like one-stop shopping, for anyone is interested in either becoming a much more effective healer or doctor or someone who needs some healing and can go to the director.Speaker 1:
Perfect, dr Pete. Thank you so much. This was so informative. The knowledge that you share during this, our time together Just been fantastic.Speaker 2:
I truly appreciate it my hundred percent my pleasure. Hundred percent, my pleasure, and I hope that, like we just said, people who need healing are able to get it if this is a path they'd like to take, and people who would like to you know, doctors and healers who would like to. I Would say this in conclusion understand how healing really works, because even some very effective doctors and healers don't really understand how healing works, but they'll understand after zone school nice.Speaker 1:
So, listeners, if you will check your show notes, I will make sure that you've got all the information to find dr Pete school, as well as to find the information on the amazing healers that he's Recommending. Thank you so much for being on dr Pete listeners. I will connect with you next week. Thanks, bye, bye.Speaker 2:
Thank you you.