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Tamra Oviatt

Energy Healer

Tamra Oviatt

Nominee for the Category: Alternative Healing

Tamra Oviatt is the Founder of Sacred Activations, a Subconscious Metaprogramming Modality gifted to her by Source God Energy in 2012 at Rosslyn Chapel, Scotland. She received her very first Sacred Geometry Activation from Lord Metatron, along with the Sacred Golden Seals that allow her to give Activations on others.

With 20 years of experience in energy healing and working with the Collective Earth Grids and the Leylines of the planet, Tamra is now a Master Teacher of 12 transformative Sacred Activations and Akashic Records classes and an author of 9 books. She has also appeared in over a hundred interviews and seminars, as well as on radio, TV shows, and podcasts.

Currently, she is hosting her own FREE weekly show, Metaprogramming in the Humanbiocomputer at OMTimes Media, where you can receive Activations that address different areas in your life, apply for a public 1-on-1 healing facilitation, and learn different techniques and tools from her guests to further help you heal, expand, and manifest the life you want.

Being a uniquely-gifted Energy Healer, Medical Intuitive, and Galactic Channel, Tamra has always been destined to bring permanent healing, personal awakening, and positive transformation to people using the power of Sacred Activations.

About Sacred Activations

Sacred Activations, also called the Subconscious Metaprogramming Modality, is the EASIEST, FASTEST, and MOST POTENT process to rewire your brain, change your subconscious programs, clear negative core beliefs, and upgrade energy frequencies through the Source God Energy.

Because Subconscious metaprogramming is the most powerful way to take control of what you want to create and un-create in your life, Sacred Activations is now the most transformational healing modality available today, with over a thousand practitioners and teachers in more than 20 countries around the world and has helped hundreds of thousands of people in all walks of life.



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