MSG presents – Transforming Your Life: One Cell at a Time

The Metaphysical Study Group (MSG) of SaddleBrooke invites you to join them on October 14, 2015, at 7:00 p.m. at the Activity Center in SaddleBrooke One for the first program of the season. We are pleased to welcome Laura Mayer, founder of SoulDancing Healing Practice. She is an international healer, channel, teacher, inspirational speaker and occupational therapist. Laura shares her miraculous transformation from surviving to thriving. After 18 surgeries and 40 years of a disabling neurological disease, Laura stepped out of the medical box and opened to the power of energy healing, vibrational medicine, herbology and alternative healing modalities. She researched these alternative healing techniques and became interested in things like short and longer ayahuasca retreats. She began to trust in the unknown forces of nature, the energy field and quantum physics. She learned to allow the flow of grace to nurture and heal her. The more she released the old baggage the more she received guidance and messages that opened her widely to her own gifts as an intuitive, healer and channel.

During the past 10 years, Laura has witnessed the complete reversal of the disease. It is Laura’s hope that her personal story will empower others to heal as she has done. She exemplifies the principles of manifestation and “change your beliefs-change your biology.” Laura learned that healing has to take place on a cellular level and is here to pass her knowledge and wisdom on to you. Laura speaks to the steps taken to heal her heart, which later led to the complete healing of her body and soul. Through the process of self-discovery and letting go of old belief patterns of “trauma and drama” Laura healed from the inside out.

Author of Unlocking the Invisible Child: A Journey from Heartbreak to Bliss, a memoir based on her courage to “step out of the medical box” and a co-author in Healing from Within part of the best-selling series Adventure in Manifesting. For further information on individual sessions, workshops and speaking engagements, visit

Mark your calendars today to join us for this unique opportunity. Our meetings are held the second Wednesday of every month from October through May at the SaddleBrooke One Activity Center at 64518 Galveston Lane from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. There is no charge and all are welcome. We do have yearly dues of $15 per person to become a member. For further information contact Roberta Goldstein at 818-1220 or Susan Parker at 314-3610.