Healing Group Public Offering – Tachyon Chambers Q & A October 16, 2021, 8am Pacific, 11am Eastern

           Healing Group Public Offering – Tachyon Chambers            October 16, 2021, 8am Pacific, 11am Eastern

Q & A with Megan Edwards of Ageless Tachyon Center

Megan Edwards has owned and operated a tachyon chamber in Petaluma, California, which is north of San Francisco, since January 2019. How did she get into this?  It’s a bit of a mystery, even for her.  She’s always been interested in esoteric things.  She read Edgar Cayce books in fourth grade, she learned to meditate at age 17.  Of course, she covered up all those unconventional leanings, with a conventional-looking journey through college and graduate school, various corporate jobs, and a normal-looking life, with her husband, Nick, at her side.

When she learned about tachyon chambers, she was immediately, deeply drawn to it.  “I will operate a tachyon chamber.  I can help people with this.”

As she was opening the office, she realized she probably should have done some market analysis before opening, but in truth, she hadn’t the foggiest idea about what market to analyze.  In the spirit of the “Field of Dreams” movie, she decided, “If I open it, people will come.” And they have!

A wide range of people visit the tachyon chamber for physical, emotional, mental and etheric healing. It’s been a lovely journey for nearly 3 years.

Visit Megan’s website: www.AgelessTachyonCenter.com

As a member of Prepare for Change, Megan has authored articles about Tachyon Chambers, how they work, and their benefit.

https://prepareforchange.net/2019/03/26/tachyon-chambers-big-upside-to-these-tiny-things/

https://prepareforchange.net/2018/03/16/tachyon-chamber-2/

For more information: http://tachyonis.org/Chamber.html

If you wish to attend, please send an email to healing@prepareforchange.net and the zoom link will be sent to you. 

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We hope to see you there!