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“As demonstrated for millennia, once the energetic frequency level in cells are raised to higher levels, the disease has nothing to feed upon and leaves. It is in this way, that people can be instantly healed.”
Clifford Launt is supposed to be dead. He definitely should not be walking—according to modern western medicine.
Clifford was 23 years old when a patch of black ice on a country road in the picturesque Finger Lakes Region of upstate New York caused the car he was a passenger in to careen out of control, hit a tree, and hurtle over an embankment. Although he survived the wreck itself, his neck and back were broken, and he was given the last rites after doctors told him and his family he would not survive his injuries. When Clifford did not succumb to death, doctors then told him he would never walk again. Miraculously, he proved them wrong on both counts, and now dedicates his life to healing others using powerful natural energy healing techniques at the Little Lakes Healing Center in Honeoye, New York—barely a stone's throw from where his life nearly ended those many years ago.
Clifford’s departure from drug-oriented, orthodox medicine was born more out of necessity rather than any personal convictions he held at the time. Prior to his accident, he’d had no need to question the philosophy of mechanistic reductionism upon which modern medicine is based (where the goal is the elimination of the symptoms of disease, primarily through the use of symptom-suppressing drugs and/or the surgical removal). Clifford simply rejected the doctors' pronouncements as false, drawing from a previously untapped well of inner resources to blaze the trail to a remarkable recovery.
Today, Clifford Launt is considered a "medical anomaly" by the medical community. But what the medical establishment defines as anomalies, Clifford and his team of natural healing specialists at Little Lakes know to be miracles—miracles that at Little Lakes Healing Center, are commonplace.
A profound dream enabled Clifford to shake off the medical community’s indictment and get up and walk unassisted. In this dream, he went into himself and touched the core of his being. Then there was a flash, and he knew that he would walk again. When he woke from the dream, he could move his big toe. After this, Clifford knew that he had the ability to heal himself.
Intense, unrelenting physical pain became his greatest obstacle and was central to his unshakable determination to self-heal. It had became clear to him that chemical drugs—prescribed or otherwise—were much more of a problem than a solution. He sought relief from the pain, but he knew he had to find it without the aid of chemicals.
Clifford explored as many natural healing modalities as he could find, but nothing eased his physical suffering. In 2001, he discovered the teachings of a spiritual recluse from the Pacific Northwest who cognized powerful, natural healing techniques. For over a decade, Clifford has studied, practiced, and taught the ancient techniques of the Sacred Merkaba, and now lives a life without pain.
Over the course of the past 10 years, Clifford has given nearly 10,000 healing treatments and spent nearly three years living in a poverty-stricken, AIDS-infested tribal community in South Africa where children were dying in such record numbers that tribal leaders no longer kept count. His service to the tribal community was funded entirely by his own personal sacrifices. He quit his job as a computer programmer and sold his home and belongings to move there. Clifford became known by the King of the Nhlangwini tribe, as the “Healer from New York,” a magical man who heals children with a touch of his hands.
When his funds ran out in 2007 and he could no longer support himself and his healing work in South Africa, he returned to his family home in upstate New York. In 2008, he partnered with Peter and Margot Badger to establish the Little Lakes Healing Center, housed within their newly built country-style bed and breakfast, the Little Lakes Inn.
Clifford’s healing abilities and deep understanding of the natural healing process have become legendary within the local community. He demystifies the healing process daily, proving that miracles can be commonplace, and not something out of the ordinary. Although Clifford is quick to point out that he is merely a “conduit” of the high frequency energies which cure all forms of disease, some of the miracles he has performed include instant cancer remissions, removal of the AIDS virus, shrinkage of tumors, and “singing” broken bones back into place using ancient sound therapy techniques.
For healing to be permanent, however, Clifford believes that patients must uncover the underlying cause of their condition and understand that natural healing is actually a self-healing process. The healer guides and assists in the process, but it is the patient who ultimately heals himself or herself. In support of this belief, the Healing Center at Little Lakes offers intensive healing workshops, presentations of ancient wisdom, and advanced courses in meditation and the healing arts.
Clifford makes natural energy healings available to all by appointment. For those with serious injuries or illness, advanced healing treatments such as the Wab Sekhmet, are made available by special arrangement. Contact Clifford directly for more information and to schedule a session. email@example.com