Can Your Body Heal Itself With Advanced Cell Training?

Hey! So, as many of you know, I have been experimenting with a GB4000 rife machine for a little under a year now. While I have made much progress, I still have some symptoms that haven’t budged, and have been looking into other healing modalities. In all fairness, I have only been using the rife machine with the amplifier on full power for a few months, and have a whole bunch of frequencies to try as well as different lengths of time for each. But, I kept seeing mention of something called Advanced Cell Training (ACT) as a way to heal oneself from all sorts of chronic illnesses, including Lyme disease, and decided I would give it a try (You need to call them and register for the next Lyme disease class which begins on Tues., February 28th, 2012 3:00PM EST – only a few spaces left.)

What is Advanced Cell Training?

Here is some great information from their Facebook page that gives an overview of their system if any of you are interested in joining me on their next Lyme disease conference call:


Here, ACT participants share hope in their recoveries from “incurable” illness such as Lyme, CFS, Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, & MS. It’s like running a race. So support their courage and hit ‘Like’ to cheer them on!

Company Overview

ACT is proven for over ten years. We have been helping people train their bodies for optimal health performance since 1999, for such conditions as Asthma, Allergies, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Chronic Lyme Disease, Lupus, Multiple Sclerosis, Depression, Anxiety, and more!


Because our clients don’t come to our office, we hold teleconference classes to teach health insights and principles, measure our clients symptom progress, and gather information for the ensuing weeks training exercises. Our clients receive weekly emails with training instructions to be done at home. They will employ focus, intent and practice in a structured mechanical pattern with these instructions to achieve functional behavioral homeostasis at the cellular level. That is when the body processes stress, kills virus and bacteria properly, stops over reacting to allergens, and nourishes and protects it self, restored health is a likely result.

General Information

Advanced Cell Training is a restorative self-healing process to address the ‘body malfunctions’ that contribute to illness. Regardless of the diagnoses, four common instigators of chronic disease are stress, pathogens, allergy and autoimmune. Sick people store stress and it builds up while healthy people’s bodies eliminate it. Sick people’s bodies allow virus and bacteria to live, while healthy people’s bodies kill them. Sick people’s bodies may fight foods, pollens, smells (allergy) – while healthy people’s bodies react properly and it doesn’t contribute to illness. Sick people’s bodies may attack it’s own organs and tissues (autoimmune) while healthy people’s bodies nourish and protect. We seek to help the ill retrain their bodies to function like those who don’t get ill. Restore proper bodily function at the cellular level restores homeostasis, and often, quality of life for the chronically ill..


To help as many human beings get well in the most loving and honoring way as we possibly can.


Our clients postings on our facebook wall.


We do not sell products – only training classes are offered. ACT teaches self-help methods via teleconferences instructing you in ways to train your autonomic systems (including your immune system) to perform optimally. We meet on a weekly conference call for an hour. In this time class participants report their symptom changes and are given instructions for further self training.

Phone 1 401.398.7323


8 comments for “Can Your Body Heal Itself With Advanced Cell Training?

  1. JasonMChicago
    February 14, 2012 at 6:31 pm

    I think it’s important to approach things from multiple perspectives. I often look at naturally curing cancer online (since there’s a lot more info on this) and people do a lot of things for their health from physical to spiritual. This one woman did things like laugh therapy, dance therapy, and wore funny wigs around the house. The strangest thing about chronic pain (that I’ve experienced) is that it’s hard to get a “break” hence the word chronic! I myself am looking at things to heal my spirit… because I need that. Also I’ve learned that no matter one you cannot look at yourself as a victim or view any of the situations as an injustice. A great book I read was called “Pain Cure” and the doctor said one thing you have to ask yourself is “Why?” Understanding “Why?” and what we need to learn from this experience is important to healing. Spiritually I still am struggling with (1) injustice-collecting (2) shoulda/woulda/coulda… I almost resolved this but it does creep up on bad physical days.


  2. JasonMChicago
    February 14, 2012 at 6:32 pm

    Yikes! didn’t answer the question. Regarding ACT I’ve heard a lot about it online and on youtube. Sounds like something worth looking into!

    • Danielle
      February 14, 2012 at 6:45 pm

      Hey Jason, love your thoughts as always! I went through a phase where I would only watch uplifting movies or comedies, and avoided all news, anything I deemed “negative”. But then I felt like that in itself wasn’t healthy and, well, gosh it gets so complicated this business of living! I was intrigued by laughter as therapy when I saw a vid about this guy in India who has people come from all over to heal and all they do really is laugh. I would get annoyed when people said you need to work on your spirit or thinking because that would affect the physical plain, bc I was like, well, if I have an illness that is affecting my thinking, than do I have the free will to affect change in my thoughts – transcend the illness or effects of the spiros on my brain/nervous system, etc. But now I feel drawn to exploring more of this – things like ACT. Excited to try it in a few weeks!

      • JasonMChicago
        February 14, 2012 at 7:09 pm

        Danielle… I totally agree that the disease affects the brain/thoughts. When I was sick without a diagnosis all the positive thinking in the world did not help. I went to great psychoanalysts, spiritual things, yoga, etc. and did the same thing you did when it came to only watching funny movies, good-old comedy reruns, etc. The fact of the matter was that there was something going on in my brain. I did have some success with getting better spiritually and I figured out that no matter what this was I had to keep going (there really was no other choice) but there always was a underlying anxiety/depression. This only went away after I started treating the Lyme. Actually it was the first thing to go away. So I kind of did it backwards 🙂 I did the spiritual healing the best I could considering the Lyme-in-my brain… and then when I started treating the disease the anxiety etc. went away. It was a great relief. Now I notice when the physical gets bad… the neurological/psychological/spiritual get’s shaky too. I would say… (1) treat the disease (2) finish it off by treating the spirit.

        Along my journey I met this artist w/Lyme who said it best ““A paradox is that for most people with chronic Lyme, the disease is, quite literally, in their heads: swarming colonies of tunnel-drilling spiral-shaped bacteria are wreaking havoc with their brains. This isn’t something any of us can cure by simply ‘cultivating a positive attitude.’”

  3. JasonMChicago
    February 22, 2012 at 2:15 am

    I often look at Cancer Healing as a way learn more about getting your body whole, healthy and wonderful.

    This is DEFINITELY worth the look. It’s about attitude and health. I DO BELIEVE that first you need the right diagnosis (especially with Lyme considering it literally “messes with your head.”). Once I got the right diagnosis and started seeing little, tiny improvements… EVERYTHING changed! I felt I was getting something for my work, love, etc. that I put in. Before the diagnosis NOTHING helped.

    Anyway… worth checking out.

  4. Shannon
    April 30, 2013 at 12:23 am

    Hi there!

    I was wondering if you are still doing the ACT classes and if so, how they are going!


  5. Andrea
    November 23, 2013 at 8:59 am

    Are you still doing ACT ? If so how are you doing?

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