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Stephen Turoff – Psychic Surgeon: The story of an extraordinary healer Paperback – 19 Jul 1999
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From the Back Cover
Every day, an average of fifty people make their way to Stephen Turoff’s clinic. Patients travel from all over the world to see him, although he has never advertised his practice and thrives on personal recommendation alone. Some critics have called him a fake, but for the many people who have been healed from life threatening conditions Stephen Turoff is a miracle worker.
This book tells the remarkable story of Stephen’s life and healing work and describes the remarkable phenomenon of his psychic surgery. Stephen reveals how his surgical techniques have developed over the past twenty years, and how most treatments now last no more than ten minutes and leave a scar which disappears in a few days.
Stephen believes his ability is an expression of divine love. He describes how twenty four years ago he first encountered Sai Baba, an Indian mystic often called ‘The Man of Miracles’, and how since that time, Sai Baba has influenced his work in profound ways. This is the fascinating story of an ordinary working man from the East End of London who speaks with the wisdom of an Indian sage and who possesses outstanding powers of healing.
About the Author
Grant Solomon is an experienced healer and teacher. He has worked closely with Stephen Turoff for many years. He is currently researching electro crystal healing techniques and has also worked extensively with Harry Oldfield.
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I have to admit that I started this slightly sceptic but with an open mind and now knowing more about his work and seeing him in action I am totally accepting of what he does.
He does remind everyone that he is not a doctor and that patients should carry on taking their medication.
I strongly believe that when it is our time to go, then that is exactly what will happen and treatment from no-one will make any difference. My friend became aware one morning, when a lady returned to the waiting room to meet her friends that Stephen was preparing her to cross over. This lady seemed happy and talked to her friends before they all left. Not everyone can be helped in the way that they wish to be, but I believe that Stephen will help in any way that he can.
My friend had breast cancer and after following the conventional treatment at our local hospital decided to compliment her recovery by attending Stephens Danbury clinic. Unsure of what would happen, I volunteered to take her to the appointments and have continued to do so.
Her perceptions of her treatment are sometimes different to mine as we seem to see things in a different way. (I think the book covers this well) However it cannot be ignored that he has helped her both physically and emotionally, and in making her aware of a 'guide' who helps her through the tougher moments made her life easier.
I don't beleive that he is or will ever be a rich man financially (the modest charge is less than many other forms of complimentary treatments and you pay the same whether you are wealthy or not), but he is an an amazing kind and spiritual man with an uplifting personality who really does want to help people.
I think the book does total justice to Stephen and his work and I would like to wish him well and would highly recommend him to anyone who is considering this form of treatment.
Having read this book I now feel that I understand him and his work a little better and would not hesitate to seek him out should I need help. In fact I know that on one visit, while he was treating my friend he became aware of my sadness that day and Stephen engaged me in conversation and then to the shock of the patients sitting calmly in the waiting room, changed the music from a calm meditative cd to one of my favourites (rock music) and started to sing and dance with me. Then he gave me a big hug and this totally uplifted me. I felt that he had been helped me in return for me helping my friend.
This must have been a very interesting book to write, although it goes against our very basic teachings living in the western world. (which are very black and white with no grey areas!) I hope it will show people that there is more to this world than first meets the eye and that we should all be open to things that we may never understand.
We arrived at the healing centre about 30mins from malaga, and were seen in 20mins (we did make and appointment), after watching Esteban make and incison with a blunt knife and push his hands into my girlfriends hip then use cotton wool to wipe away water was amazing, after which she jumped off the bed and declared her hip to be fine!!!
After that she spent the rest of the day running up stairs! something she has been unable to do for years!!!!
To sum up, a must!!! open your mind....
I'll use my power to predict this guy paid off the mortgage mentioned on the James Randi show through dodgy means