Famous Doctors Embrace Spiritual Aspect of Healing
It doesn’t take a genius to realize that we are primarily eternal Energy Beings having a temporary physical experience and not the other way around. In my humble opinion that changes everything. Would you agree.” – Kris Zurek, Holistic Educator & Therapist
Did you know that, in the 1970s, medical doctor C. Norman Shealy Phd was one of the main founders of the American Holistic Medical and Nurses Associations. Dr. Shealy created the first degree granting Energy Medicine Program within Greenwich University. This program participated in a new academic paradigm for the study of biology and medicine based on energy-information.
And did you know that in the 1980s, the same doctor, Shealy, helped to introduce and anchor energy medicine as well as more spiritual/psychic perspective into mainstream acceptability with his study and training of medical intuitives. His groundbreaking research with clairvoyant Caroline Myss, PhD, created the accepted definition of the term “medical intuitive.”
You may also appreciate to learn that, cardiologist Dr. Dean Ornish, an expert in this field, was very successful in reversing heart disease through natural means like plant-based diet, breathing and meditation. Also well-known Deepak Chopra, MD, is an advocate of meditation as a healing tool. And Dr. Jon-Kabat Zinn, become a founder of a stress-reduction clinic at the University of Massachusetts. All three of them found that calmness and self-knowledge gained through meditation may have therapeutic biological effects.
In the 1990s, three mainstream doctors published books on the interaction of the human bio-energy field and medicine.
Christine Northrop, MD, wrote about energy anatomy in her best-selling book, Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom.
Judith Orloff, MD, wrote about clairvoyance in the practice of psychiatry in her book, Second Sight.
Psychiatrist and neuroscientist Mona Lisa Schultz, MD wrote, Awakening Intuition,which explains how to use the mind-body network for insight and healing.