Kenneth Klee, 64, gets fees of $1,000 an hour for his bankruptcy work, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday. For healing sessions in his home in Brentwood, the suggested donation is $300 for 2 hours.
Lee Bogdanoff, Klee's longtime law partner, said he got help after spending hours typing up reports on a complicated bankruptcy. Klee used his "third eye" to discern the problem and then used his "energy hand" to heal Bogdanoff's aching arms and hands.
"All I know is that I was in pain and he did his thing and I felt better," Bogdanoff told the Journal.
Klee is modest about his healing powers.
"I am just a vessel," he said during an interview with the Journal in his legal office, 39 floors above the Pacific Ocean. "I just bring through this energy."
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