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Spiritual training

The people experience spirituality when, first, they feel the presence of a power, force or energy guiding them, and second, that presence is close to them. When those two components are there, people say itís a spiritual experience. Belief is very important in healing. For 95% of Americans, the most powerful belief is belief in God.. In 50% to 90% of many diseases, belief can heal. There is a whole list of diseases where belief has been shown to play a major role.

The optical illusion videos for Holy texts is a very natural way of supporting peopleís health. These videos is traditionally based on the Bible and Jewish sacred texts. Throughout the entire history, facts have been known testifying to amazing possibilities of the holy language. Throughout centuries, the energies of the holy books are constitute one of the most important spheres of research in Jewish science. In fact, the energies of the Jewish holy texts in our physical world acts as an instrument of psycho-physiological influence which can be used as an effective means of healing and prevention of health disorders, and for the expansion of creative abilities of human beings. And also can be used for meditation, relaxation, dying support, paincontrol, hypnosis and self hypnosis etc

The optical illusion videos are colored in the vibrating colors that have therapeutic effects. By this amazing colors we making videos for Spiritual training






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VISN software

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Therapeutic optical illusion images and visual effects for eye trainings and brain exercises.

VISN software

VISN software

VISN software

VISN software

VISN software

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