How to achieve results in critical situations
Garrett Murrin: Well I know it is a top of the hour because I just got my “Green bin and recycling” notification for tomorrow.
So welcome everyone!
Tuesday webinar, this one is very… They’re all really special to me, but this is really special in a sense that… You know, we can get accustomed to using coMra therapy in our day to day, taking care, managing long-term issues. But there’s also application of coMra in really critical conditions, that a lot of people aren’t aware of. So today we gonna have a presentation on that. And that’s gonna be done by one of our Radiant Life Technologies Family members, Maxim Mironenko. Maxim is in Ukraine. And he is, — well, he’s integral to everything we do with coMra therapy and more besides. So Maxim is gonna do a presentation today on coMra in this kind of situations.
We’ll want to address the questions that are directly pertinent to the presentation, first. And then we can address others time permitting after. Now, there is a lot of different stories out there, someone wrote to me just before the meeting And they said, -- Look, I just want to share this little story about critical care situation. And so if you got experience on that, and you’d like to share in the call, when we get through the presentation, that’s also welcome and appreciated. Because it is a discussion, it is not a lecture.
We want to open this discussion, to have an interaction between us all. So feel free to share. We will ask you to wait until the presentation is completed. And you can write in the chat, or if you do not want to write in the chat or you can’t figure how to do it, don’t worry about that. You can turn your microphone on, and after, if we have a lot of people who have written in the chat and we will have people wanting to talk, maybe we will alternate. Anyway, we’re flexible on the setup.
The main thing I want you to know now — this is really cool presentation, I’ve got the preview on it I’m sure you all gonna enjoy it. At this point, I want to hand it over to Maxim. Maxim, would you care to share with us today what you have to offer, in the way of that presentation?
Maxim Mironenko: Thank you, Garrett! Glad to be here today presenting and really thank you for the opportunity. Today I’m going to share two personal cases about the way I was working with some critical situation in my life. And share some approaches I was using and what learning I took out of those situations. I also know that many people in this presentation and also who are not here at the moment, that have encountered critical situations in their journey, in their Healing Journey. And I would like them, If they are here, also to share. Because I believe this will help everyone. So as to be ready for such cases.
I am working with Radiant Life technologies for many years. I live and I am from Ukraine, so I am currently in Ukraine. And yeah, sometimes you may have talked with me over the chat or in email. Now you will know who are you talking with. And it will be maybe easier for you to communicate.
Okay, I will start the presentation and you will help me if you see everything correct, do you see it now?
Avril Murrin: I can see it, Maxim.
Maxim Mironenko: Okay, good. Very good, so I called it overcoming fear. Why overcoming fear? Because it is not only about what and how practically to apply coMra therapy. It is more about what are the limits there. And about how to really explore those limits in a critical situation. First I will share my…
Ah in two words, what has Garrett mentioned — what we may know already, it very common to use coMra therapy for pain relief. For all kinds of prevention therapies, long-term conditions and well-being. Some of the people may know, some may not know that in critical situations when you are in an intensive care unit. When you are dealing with doctors, hospitals and everything like this, you can also apply coMra therapy very successfully. And it can become a life-saving tool. Strokes, severe infections, critical trauma, injury and organ failure. What I learned in such situations is that we always can choose our journey. And it is important. Because we all have encountered, let’s say hospital environment, sometimes it may be a Journey that is not very pleasant and is not very empowering. So it is up to us how we approach this.