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Ta Phrom photo by Geejay Arriola

. . . I could feel my eyes tear up and
I began to go through the audience to “clear” the four corners of the room.
I remember almost having to climb over
a few people in my path, but as I continued I could feel the different energies
of everyone in the room and at one point there was an electrical surge through
my body . . .  My sister said I looked scared.  It wasn’t so much that I was scared, but I was surprised, because it was the first time I had experienced such
a strong surge flowing through me.
—Marcella Pabros-Clark

Marcella Pabros-Clark suffered autoimmune disease (Rheumatoid Arthritis, aka RA) for 20 years and rejected the prescription drug route of Western medicine, choosing instead to navigate through her body’s dis-ease and reawaken its ability to self-heal. Seeking Spirit and Ancestral pathways, shamanic journey has connected her to ancient wisdom and the healing power of her own voice. In HEALING MARS, www.healingmars.com, she uses artistic expression to heal herself and offer guidance to others.

A cubicle of light in ancient Ta Prohm temple, Angkor, Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Photo by Geejay Arriola.

 



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