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Every week you will receive via email this Ecoaching Digest that will contain:

  • articles to help you know how to do The Healing Codes
  • help in getting the most out of The Healing Codes
  • candid reviews of health-related products (I am very picky!)
  • health tips
  • true stories of healing
  • links to blog posts. (Note: if you would like to get notification of posts when they are written, you can sign up at www.HealingHeartIssues.com.)
  • FAQ about The Healing Codes
  • and more!

I hope you will feel like Carol, who said:

“I always read your e-mails.  I look forward to getting

them.”

To ensure you actually get and make use of all this valuable information, here are a few suggestions.

1. Whitelist “diane@healingcodescoaching.comso you will see my emails by adding it to your Contacts list. I promise to only send emails relevant to your getting the most out of your healing. Also, if you found me hanging out in the Google promotions tab, please drag me over to the primary tab and drop me off so we can see each other regularly!

2. Start a folder called “Healing Codes Coaching” in your email, so that you can store all the emails of lessons and any bonus lessons I send. That way you can easily find them when you need them.

3. Also start a folder on your computer for the lessons and other downloads themselves. You will be getting a new lesson every week. This will give you time to absorb what you’re reading.

4. Share the email with a friend who is interested in The Healing Codes! The best way is to forward an email you think will help them, and remind them they can sign up for themselves. I even have a course called “Getting Started with The Healing Codes” that is free!  Just send them to https://healingheartissues.com/gettingstarted.

5. Finally, I’m always interested in your questions and feedback, so feel free to ask any questions you may have, and I’ll try to answer them in an upcoming newsletter or will respond to you where appropriate. Please note, I can’t discuss medical issues, diagnoses, or review your medical history via email or online.

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