New York, New York November, 2008 – Author and well known hypnotist, Larry Garrett, received a call one day in March, 200l, asking him to be the guest of the Iraqi Government to heal a powerful businessman. Larry had no idea who this man was, but he knew he had to go. His family and friends advised him against it. Larry knew it was considered one of the 8 most dangerous places to visit, but he was compelled to go. Find out why.
Arriving in Baghdad in April, 200l, he saw a beautiful city, that he knew had thousands of years of history, and he also was given the opportunity to see some of the ancient city, such as Babylon. He also found out the powerful business man he would be healing was Uday Hussein, oldest son of Saddam and like Saddam, a ruthless killer. Larry was so successful in his treatment of Uday and his communication with everyone, he was asked to come again in Sept 8, 200l. 3 days before 9/ll.
- What happened on each visit
- Why he had to go
- What did he learn
- What was it like to be in Baghdad on 9/11
- Would he do it again
- Why he felt he could heal the enemy
Larry Garrett is a certified hypnotist with the National Guild of Hypnotists and has been in full time practice since 1970, having the largest hypnosis practice in Chicago. He has taught at Wright College for 26 years. Larry has worked with many police departments in the Chicago area and many physicians and hospitals, assisting with medical procedures using hypnosis. He has traveled 30 states at over 400 colleges and schools demonstrating hypnosis, and been on over 100 radio and TV programs.
Larry has received many prestigious awards from the National Guild of Hypnotists, two of the highest being the Rexford L. North Award and the President’s Award. He has used hypnosis with many corporations for smoking cessation and stress management including Baxter Travenal, General Motors, Borden Foods, Kodak, RR Donnelly and more. He writes a monthly column in a trade magazine on hypnosis and a monthly community newsletter. Please visit www.HealingTheEnemy.Com
Please watch SADDAM, the miniseries on HBO, the month of December, 2008.