Rhonda Lenair, renowned medical intuitive, has had many articles written about the phenomenon that happens in her presence. Articles about treating addictions, alcohol abuse, addiction treatment, alternative addiction treatment, and healing addictions can be found on this page. Nevertheless, the objective of the Self(s) Healing Experience (SHE) is attaining the sanctity of inner peace: learn more about the power of SHE here.
Since 1987, the year Rhonda Lenair began offering her ministration that evolved into what is known today as the Self(s) Healing Experience™ SHE, scores of people have sent Rhonda and her late husband Barry their unsolicited letters of gratitude. Many people have expressed their desire to share their stories, and personal accounts of what they witnessed with Rhonda.
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The Boston Herald
Michael Lasalandra, Health Reporter
I first heard of Rhonda Lenair back in 1992 when I was the medical writer at The Palm Beach Post newspaper and her mother called me suggesting I do a story on her daughter’s unusual technique for getting people to quit their addictions. I don’t usually bite on cold calls like that one, but there was something in what she said and how she said it that grabbed my attention. Skeptical but intrigued, I did the story. And I didn’t forget her.
A year or so later, a friend was having a problem and I suggested to her that Lenair might help. The friend went to see her, was cured, and my interest in Lenair was piqued again. I wrote another story about her in 1996 a few years after taking a position as medical writer at The Boston Herald.
During the course of researching Rhonda Lenair and The Lenair Technique, I talked with dozens of people who said they had been cured of long time alcohol, drug and tobacco addictions. The patients whom I had talked to were credible. I began to believe. In 2001, I did yet another story on Lenair’s prowess in treating alcohol addictions. The story led to another friend’s being treated for a drinking problem – a problem that was overcome quickly and easily in just three sessions with Lenair.
Let it suffice to say, as a medical writer for more than 12 years, I have seen and heard a variety of claims, from physicians and healers of all sorts, mainstream and alternative. Basically, I’ve seen and heard it all. But nothing I’ve seen in all these years has ever come close to matching Rhonda Lenair. She’s the real thing.”
Salem Evening News
“Ms. Lenair does this, and it comes from within. More than a dozen members of the Salem Police Department can attest to the success of her techniques when 13 out of 14 were successful in conquering smoking by using her technique.”
Phillip Stone, M.D., a plastic surgeon who practices in New York City and Springfield, MA, went to intuitive Rhonda Lenair to quit smoking – and did after one treatment. “The first thing she knew was that I had a bad back from an old tennis injury,” he says. “Second, she told me I had trouble with an upper left wisdom tooth, which was true. She knew the specific sites in my neck and back where I have tension from surgery. And that I had congestion in my left ear. There was no reason in the world she could know any of this. It was wild. But there are certain things in this life of ours that people can either accept or not accept.” He now refers patients to Lenair.
Townsend Letter For Doctors and Patients
Morton Walker, D.P.M.
“My reportorial observation is that Rhonda Lenair conducts herself as a gentle, honest, loving, soft-spoken, humble and giving person who denies her extraordinary talent. When asked about herself, she states with conviction, “I strive to become nothing and thus I am able to absorb everyone and everything.” But to those multi-thousands of former addicts who love the woman and hold her in respect as a healer, she is the key player in a life-changing experience for each of them. In my three-and-half decades of interviewing clients and patients about products and services, it is the first time that I’ve encountered so much love, wonder, appreciation, and enthusiasm for a dispenser of healing care.”
Every night, while her young son slept, Mary Day drank. She didn’t always get drunk, but she downed enough alcohol – three or more White Russians a night – to make her worry. Worry that she couldn’t relax without it; that she wasn’t able to stop; that she was endangering her son. Three years into this ritual, Day vowed to quit. But she didn’t call her doctor or a rehab clinic or her local chapter of Alcoholics Anonymous. “Sitting around with a bunch of people who drank and talking about it didn’t appeal to me,” says Day, a thirty-eight-year-old, no-nonsense accountant. So she chose what she believed to be the quickest, easiest path to sobriety: She called Rhonda Lenair, an “energy healer.” …One year later, she hasn’t had a single drink.
Addiction Professional Magazine
Gary Enos, Editor
“All four clients whom I’ve sent haven’t had a drink since they returned,” Judge says. “I recognize that something different from normal is happening here. This somehow is another piece of the continuum.”
What amazes clients and professionals is Lenair’s accuracy in discussing current health concerns and even predicting future issues. When Judge accompanied a client to the center and sat in on a post-session wrapup in which Barry Chalfin Lenair took notes about the session, she says she was “thunderstruck by the things [Rhonda] said about the patient.” The details were so dead-on that she could conclude: “This wasn’t Madame Zorba at the county fair.”
“I think she is a special person; it’s almost like she’s not a person like you and me,” says Elaine Caskey, who traveled to New England from Texas to accompany her alcoholic sister to Lenair’s center. Caskey says she and her daughters were also helped by Lenair. “My drinking was getting to be a problem,” she says. “From the first day with Rhonda, I felt incredible, with lots of energy. It gave me a new lease on life.”
Total Health For Longevity
Lyle Hurd, Editor/Publisher
Prior to speaking with Ms. Lenair, I visited her Web site and reviewed over 30 testimonials to the positive impact of her work, then requested a list of persons whom I might contact personally. The three individuals I spoke with all related their experiences with a missionary zeal. One of the women is also in the national health field. She overcame an addiction to alcohol through her experience with Ms. Lenair. Another woman no longer smokes or craves nicotine after decades of addiction. I spoke with a gentleman who has been working with Ms. Lenair for three separate problems, alcohol addiction, an eating disorder and most recently, to overcome a lifelong problem with severe claustrophobia. All three have remained free of their problems since working with Ms. Lenair.
Massage & Bodywork
Polly Peterson, an equine massage therapist in Hinsdale, N.H., had much the same reaction. “I’m not really sure what happened. I went in for my appointment and saw this huge aura around her. I looked away and when I looked back I still saw the aura. She did a hands-on thing on my head and walked me through a visualization and 20 minutes later – it was just amazing. I haven’t had a beer since. I haven’t had an inkling to drink. I can have people around me drinking and it doesn’t even phase me.
Cynicism notwithstanding, it’s hard to ignore a case such as “Jeff,” a 42-year-old lumberyard worker and father of three from Poultney. He estimates he was drinking 40-50 ounces of liquor a day in the two years surrounding his divorce. Beers after work gave way to drinks in the morning before work, more at his favorite bar at lunch, and ensuing detox and recovery programs as well as several near-death experiences.
At one point, Jeff says he was driving to work, loaded, and decided he needed help. A friend found him near the emergency room of Rutland Regional Medical Center, passed out in his truck. His blood alcohol level was a death-defying .37. Jeff calls chiropractors “garbage” and horoscopes “crazy”, but when his brother mentioned an article he had read about the Lenair Center, Jeff agreed to try it. He doesn’t reveal much about what happened when he first went in late February, and struggles to find words to describe Lenair. “I almost felt like there was something about her – her demeanor, her tone of voice,” says Jeff, who adds that she brought him to a state of “normalcy” – to his pre-drinking days. “It was a weird feeling when I left, like a peace.”
I was excited when I first read about Rhonda Lenair’s effectiveness as a healer and medical intuitive. Rather than vague assurances of increased well-being, the information sent to me was filled with testimonials about people being cured, almost overnight, of three-pack-a-day smoking habits, heavy-duty cocaine addictions, and decades of alcoholism. There were stories about people getting help with illnesses after trying other methods with no success. There were references to Rhonda’s ability to correct bioelectrical imbalances in the body, which removed the desire for the addictive substance or behavior. This was not about symbolism or metaphorical understanding, but about practical, down-to-earth assistance in improving one’s health. This woman really seemed to go beyond counseling or intuitive advice, to real healing. She wasn’t helping people simply understand why they were suffering – she eased their suffering, and she had the testimonials to prove it.