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The 0300 Zulu Ptsd Group Meets Every Sunday Night @ 0300 Zulu, 2200 Est, 1900 Pst, Etc...


The 0300 Zulu PTSD Group meets every Sunday Night @ 0300 Zulu (2200 EST, or 1900 PST, etc.)

The Group is hosted by TG and Wuj.

The primary purpose of the group is to help other former combatants (frontline, rear echelon, support troops, contractors) and non-combatants (medics, nurses, doctors, civilian employees, and contractors) who suffer from PTSD as the result of their war experiences RECOVER quickly and effectively from PTSD.

We practice a safe, non-invasive, non-narcotic healing modality known as EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) which is base on a 5,000 year old technique called acupressure. This technique can be quickly learned and is 100% effective for healing PTSD.

The technique can be quickly learned and when properly practiced EFT is an incredibly effective for overcoming PTSD and other related issues. EFT works great in either a one to one or a group environment.

What is even more amazing about EFT is that it is just as effective when practiced over the telephone "Grunt to Grunt"!

We meet in a safe, secure environment, known as a teleconference with a secure telephone number and password.

There are no dues or fees, however we may occasionally pass to the hat to pay for our minimal expenses (website, etc..).

Your only real expense will be the long distance telephone charge to the teleconference hub. If you have unlimited long-distance service then the call is virtually free.

If you are computer savvy then Skype one or one of the other Internet phone systems will be your most affordable way to get into the conference....

Total anonymity and confidentiality is ALWAYS maintained.

If you are interested in joining the group, e-mail:

TG tgparker2009@gmail.com

Wuj wujickjohn@yahoo.com

Please pass this announcement on to ANY former combatants (frontline, rear echelon, support troops, contractors) and non-combatants (medics, nurses, doctors, civilian employees, and contractors) who suffer from PTSD and who want help.


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