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Dr. Moshe Block ND, HMC – A story of spontaneous healing. The body mirrors what the mind is focused on.

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Dr. Moshe Daniel Block, ND, HMC talks with Jayne about his journey through discovering a mindset, that when understood allowed for spontaneous healing of an autoimmune disease. This has led him to developed and teach about mind-body medicine through holistic counseling – mind-body medicine meets psychology.  Moshe is Introducing the Vis Dialogue, a book about a breakthrough healing method uniting the worlds of Mind-Body Medicine &  Psychology. 

Moshe the author of “The Revolution of  Naturopathic Medicine”: Remaining True to Our Philosophy, a book about the philosophy and practice of Naturopathic Medicine, and Holistic  Counseling. 

Moshe graduated from the Canadian College of Naturopathic  Medicine (Toronto, Ontario) in 2000. Dr. Block then went on to complete the Homeopathic Master Clinician Course with Louis Klein, FSHom, in  2003. He specializes in autoimmune illness and myasthenia gravis, a  disease he was personally diagnosed as having and from which he has healed himself. He teaches the very wisdom and knowledge that helped him heal himself and others in his Holistic Counseling course for NDs  ( 

Holistic Counseling – The Program, is a true Holistic medicine life-changing certification program that transforms you, the practitioner, into a confident mind-body expert so that you can practice in a deeply fulfilling way. Through a highly effective dialogue called the Vis Dialogue, you will learn to uncover your own limiting belief systems that are causing you suffering, and then you’ll be trained in how to apply this in your practice. Holistic Counseling certification program which is beginning on Friday, Nov 20th.  link – and my  book which is also available here –

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