Medical doctor and chronic pain specialist Dr. Wolfgang Vogelsberger will present a simple approach to spiritual healing based on the teachings of the late German mystic Bruno Groening on May 1, at 7 p.m., at SUNY College of Optometry’s Schwarz Theater. Groening taught that a higher power exists and can heal, and he showed people how to connect to it. In his free presentation on Groening’s teachings, Vogelsberger will share documented, present-day reports of healings of severe, chronic and reportedly incurable diseases, and people who have been healed will share their experiences.
Groening attracted wide public attention in Germany in 1949, after a grateful father announced that his son had been healed of muscular dystrophy through Groening’s help. In subsequent years, thousands of healings attributed to his teachings were reported throughout the country.
Now more than 80,000 people from more than 120 countries practice these teachings through the Bruno Groening Circle of Friends, which shares them free of charge. Vogelsberger says he is among those who have received help through Groening’s teachings. “I had an accident on a tennis court. A specialist ordered an operation, but three weeks later I could play tennis again free of pain, without any medical treatment.”
Attendees at the lecture will be able to connect to and absorb this healing power for themselves in a simple way, Vogelsberger says.
SUNY College of Optometry’s Schwarz Theater is located at 33 West 42nd St. For more information, call 212-714-5379 or visit Bruno-Groening.org/en.