In 1972 Dean Kraft was an average guy, unsure of what to do with his life--until a string of strange events occurred, and a new path unfolded before his disbelieving eyes. It began with a series of unexpected and unexplained incidents, culminating in an astonishing revelation: Dean possessed the power to heal with his hands. He healed strangers first, acting more out of instinct than conscious decision. He felt compelled to reach out, to touch, to ease suffering. Word of his incredible ability spread, first to neighbors and friends, then to doctors and the media. His practice grew, and in time his list of clients came to include celebrities such as Yoko Ono, John Lennon, Ethel Merman, and Frank Zappa. Over the years, Dean has continued to heal, often bringing life and hope to those who have exhausted the efforts of contemporary medicine. He has encountered believers and skeptics alike, at times struggling with a skepticism of his own. The subject of numerous scientific studies, time and again he has demonstrated abilities beyond the scope of scientific explanation. In the most fascinating study, by Lawrence Livermore Laboratory and repeated by The Science Unlimited Research Foundation, Dean was repeatedly able to kill deadly HeLa cancer cells, sealed in glass flasks, simply by holding the flasks in his hands. Authenticated by scientific testing and duplicated by no one else, these studies and tests led Dean to share his story and his knowledge with others. A Touch of Hope chronicles the life of this remarkable man and reveals his powerful laying-on-of-hands techniques. Included in the book are the most commonly asked questions about Dean Kraft's work and other healing methods; a blue print to help readers heal themselves; and an illustrated series of exercises for those who want to learn his healing methods.
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