Saturday, July 14, 2007

INFORMATION

Chelsea’s Sanctuary of Hope Society is Located in the small town of Lafayette, Oregon, about 5 miles southwest of Portland, on Highway 99 west.

Invited family and/or friends and their visitors are welcome to come and enjoy an easy, peaceful and healing environment while experimenting with the Rife technology. There is not charge at Chelsea’s Sanctuary of Hope for experimenting with our generators.

The goal of Chelsea’s Sanctuary has been to educate our friends and visitors in regards to the benefits of Rife technology and the basic protocols that address the cause and effect of most diseases. This education will help you to make informed decisions while working in conjunction with your preferred health care provider.

Each of us individually – not our doctors, friends or family – is responsible for our own health. Taking charge of one’s health demands a lot of research – experimental investigation with Rife technology is a complimentary option. It also means following proper guidelines for nutrition and maintaining a healthy lifestyle to prevent illnesses from returning.

We are all individuals; therefore, there are different response rates to the same program. A basic nutrition, hydration, detoxification and balanced pH body chemistry protocol is greatly encouraged, along with being supervised by a qualified health care practitioner knowledgeable in treating your particular condition. We urge you to advise your health care practitioners, should you choose to embark on experimenting with Rife technology.

*Please note we do reserve the right to ask any visitor to leave the premises at any time we deem necessary.

Chelsea’s Sanctuary Hours M-TH 9-5 Friday 9-1
293 West 3rd Street
PO Box 401
Lafayette, OR 97127
Telephone: 503-864-9494
Email: hope.can@verizon.net

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