He cured Michael Flatley, he can cure you too
'No miracle' healer comes to America
“Using bio-energy healing, I’ve seen people recover from everything and anything. People in wheelchairs, people with cancer or chronic depression. They’ve recovered,” he said.
But O’Doherty is adamant about one thing: “I am not a miracle healer.”
He said, “I want to get away from the idea that one individual is able to heal someone over another or that Michael O’Doherty is a chosen God. We are all healers. I can teach anyone to teach what I do and to emulate it.”
O'Doherty has hundreds of success stories.
IrishCentral spoke with a past client of O’Doherty’s, who is from County Down but now lives in Boston.
Hugh Rice, 36, broke his back and damaged his spinal nerves when he was 19 in a dirt-bike accident in County Down. After seven months in a hospital, doctors told Rice it looked like he may never walk again. He was gutted.
However, after visiting his parents - they were living in Ennis, County Clare - he heard about this new type of “energy therapy” and decided to give it a go.
Now 15 years later, Rice is telling IrishCentral that he is healthy, married with a baby, owns his own masonry company and plays soccer.
“For sure, if I didn’t see Michael back then I would not have the life I have today,” he said gladly.
Rice spent six months under O’Doherty’s care and after a few weeks was able to walk again.
“If I didn’t meet Michael life would be totally different for me today. I wouldn’t be a Yank after all,” he laughs.
Rice said it’s important when attending a bio-energy therapist to have an open mind and be positive.
“If you’re positive it will work,” he said.
Rice, who has been living in Boston for eight years, said he was down in the dumps and skeptical when he first went to see O’Doherty, but it “wasn’t long becoming positive when he saw his legs moving again.”
“For six months in the hospital the doctors couldn’t get my legs working so when Michael got them moving I knew I had made the right decision,” added Rice.
O’Doherty has already trained about 100 therapists in bio-energy and they are working all over the world including one therapist in the U.S. He is hoping to expand his teachings worldwide in coming months and years.
Looking ahead, O’Doherty said he would also like to teach parents the basic steps in administrating the bio-energy healing to their children if issues arise.
“Every mother or father can work with their child in this way. We can show people simply how to work with their children,” he said.
Therapy with O’Doherty includes four consecutive 45-minute sessions. Several clients after the first day show symptoms of recovery and most have their illness cured or reduced by the fourth day. Some patients need longer therapy depending on the severity of their ailment.
O’Doherty is clear that it is also up to the client to “take responsibility” for their healing.
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