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"Psychosomatic Wellness" with Candace Pert (lecture, part 1 of 3)

Listen in on Candace Pert's half-day "Psychosomatic Wellness" workshop from the IONS 2005 Conference!

Dr. Candace B. Pert, PhD is an internationally recognized, Johns Hopkins-trained neuro-pharmacologist and author of the best-selling book, Molecules of Emotion. She was featured in Bill Moyers' PBS series Healing the Mind as well as the recent movie, What the' Bleep' Do We Know!?. Dr. Pert founded The Institute of New Medicine, (TINM), a non-profit corporation furthering research and education in the field of Integrative Medicine.

"Beyond Mind-Body Medicine to a New Era of Healing" with Larry Dossey (part 2 of 4)

Dr. Dossey, speaking at the Reinventing Medicine conference, discusses what it is to re-invent the medical industry rather than dismantle it. Drawing from the reports of both patients and of medical experts, he proposes an integration of "first era"/allopathic and "second era"/noetic medical techniques for optimal healing.

"Beyond Mind-Body Medicine to a New Era of Healing" with Larry Dossey (part 3 of 4)

Dr. Dossey, speaking at the Reinventing Medicine conference, discusses what it is to re-invent the medical industry rather than dismantle it. Drawing from the reports of both patients and of medical experts, he proposes an integration of "first era"/allopathic and "second era"/noetic medical techniques for optimal healing.

"Entangled Minds" with Dean Radin (2007, part 1 of 4)

For millennia, people have reported unusual experiences that have been called "psychic" or "mystical." Until recently many scientists have assumed that such experiences were illusions or delusions. Dean shows that such proposals fail to account for the actual data, and that when the fabric of reality is considered from a modern physical perspective, these phenomena are not just allowed to occur, but are expected.

"Entangled Minds" with Dean Radin (2007, part 4 of 4)

For millennia, people have reported unusual experiences that have been called "psychic" or "mystical." Until recently many scientists have assumed that such experiences were illusions or delusions. Dean shows that such proposals fail to account for the actual data, and that when the fabric of reality is considered from a modern physical perspective, these phenomena are not just allowed to occur, but are expected.

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