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November-December 2018 (Vol. 14, No. 6)


Love Your Liver This Holiday Season with Dr. Cowan’s Three-Beet Powder

Thomas Cowan, MD

[Editor’s Note: Enjoy this recent update from the desk of Thomas Cowan, one of the world’s leading holistic medical doctors. Dr. Cowan’s extensive research, culminating in Dr. Cowan’s Garden, “nutritionally powerful and playful vegetable powders,” is an inspiration to those of us seeking to heal ourselves, or simply stay healthy, in a society that has fed us a plateful of lies when it comes to the curative potential of food as opposed to pharmaceuticals.]

We are happy to report that this week our Three-Beet Powder is back in stock. Made from three heirloom varieties chosen for their color, flavor and nutritional content (Detroit Red, Chioggia and Golden), it’s one of our most nutritious, flavorful and versatile powders.

I use Three-Beet Powder or Beet-Root Juice Powder as a first-line treatment for high blood pressure. Consuming beets daily raises the nitric oxide levels in the blood, which relaxes the blood vessels. Blood flow throughout the microcirculation improves, which then lowers the overall blood pressure. Improving the microcirculation is a core principle of any healing system (i.e., massage, saunas and even ice packs).

In addition, beets are the most robust source of a nutrient called betaine. The role of betaine is to thin the bile and make it flow more easily. The way detoxification works is that our liver “conjugates” toxins, and the bile shepherds these toxins out of the body through the intestines.

This process has been compared to bagging one’s garbage (conjugation) and taking it out to the curb (bile flow). By stimulating bile flow, beets make sure we are not living in a house that is overrun by garbage.

This aid in detoxification supports healing as disease is largely caused by an excessive toxic burden. Insofar as our bodies can clear these toxins, our health will improve. The daily consumption of beets or beet powder will help your liver and gall bladder become more efficient at detoxification.

10 Easy Uses for Three-Beet Powder

1. Add a teaspoon to a serving of yogurt (along with a half-teaspoon of Ashitaba Powder) and mix with a splash of maple syrup.

2. Add a half-teaspoon or so to a serving of applesauce.

3. Add a teaspoon or so to oatmeal as it cooks. Serve with heavy cream, cinnamon and raisins.

4. Mix into your favorite granola.

5. Add an extra teaspoon to soup broth.

6. Blend with mayonnaise or room-temperature butter for a colorful sauce.

7. Use as a dry rub on meat; allow to sit for an extra few minutes to let the powder soak in and “conjugates.”

8. Use it as a substitute for artificial red food coloring in any baking recipe, such as red-velvet cake or pancakes.

9. Add a teaspoon to a glass of milk and blend with an immersion blender.

10. Mash a ripe avocado, add a half-teaspoon of Three-Beet Powder, along with a squeeze of lemon juice and sea salt and pepper to taste. Use as a spread on sourdough toast. Top with toasted walnuts and shredded arugula, if desired.

Copyright © Thomas Cowan. All Rights Reserved.

Thomas Cowan, MD, is the author of Human Heart, Cosmic Heart: A Doctor’s Quest to Understand, Treat & Prevent Cardiovascular Disease.

DISCLAIMER: This article is not intended to provide medical or nutritional advice, diagnosis, treatment, promises, or guarantees. Consult your healthcare provider before taking action regarding any medical or nutritional information presented.

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1. Understanding Our Bioenergy Blueprint” by Sol Luckman

2. Tuning the Human Biofield” by Eileen Day McKusick

3. Genes Aren’t Responsible for Cancer; The Body’s Cultural Medium Is” by Mae Chan

4. Frequency, Vibration & Oscillation: Energy Patterns Affect Your Wellbeing” by Pao L. Chang

5. 3 Scientific Game Changers that Will Transform Medicine” by Kelly Brogan, MD

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1. Understanding Our Bioenergy Blueprint

Sol Luckman

[The following article is adapted from, Potentiate Your DNA: A Practical Guide to Healing & Transformation with the Regenetics Method.]

Dewey Larson’s Reciprocal System of physical theory establishes that we are reciprocal creatures with one foot in the world of spirit, time-space, and the other foot in the world of matter, space-time (Figure 1).

This model further views the spiritual realm of time-space—being the repository of the consciousness templates from which our space-time reality is constructed—as primary.

In Larson’s groundbreaking theory, the so-called physical world is seen as a secondary epiphenomenon that emerges directly from what David Wilcock calls the “consciousness field” (Figure 1).

Stated otherwise, Reciprocal System theory provides an intellectual foundation for accepting the Primacy of Consciousness over the material.

Additionally, this revolutionary model establishes a scientific rationale for addressing many issues related to physical reality—including the majority of health problems—using spiritual energy.

If it is true that the blueprint for our existence, including that of our bodies and their dysfunctions, is held in the “torsion” field of time-space, a viable method for effecting permanent healing and fundamental transformation is to “reset” this blueprint when it is damaged.

In order to reset our blueprint, we can employ linguistic means to generate torsion waves that stimulate a self-repair capability intrinsic to DNA.

Activating this self-healing potential requires that we start at the genetic level, because in human biology DNA is the principal connection point between our space-time existence and time-space blueprint (Figures 1 and 2).

In this article, the nature and structure of the human bioenergy blueprint are examined. Particular attention is paid to the bioenergy fields, the chakras, and the energetic disruption known as the Fragmentary Body.

Sound & Light Domains

An early epiphany my partner Leigh and I experienced using muscle testing, or kinesiology, to “field test” ourselves and our clients during the development of our work in DNA activation was that the human bioenergy blueprint is divided into a series of interconnected fields, each having specific regulatory functions across the body-mind-spirit spectrum.

Esoteric science calls the composite of these linked levels the “aura,” which is subdivided into a number of “auric fields” (Figure 1). Over the past several decades, numerous researchers have confirmed the existence of this critically important bioenergy structure surrounding the body.

In Infinite Mind: Science of the Human Vibrations of Consciousness, UCLA professor Valerie Hunt describes how she successfully used an encephalograph (EEG) machine to detect and better understand the multi-layered aura.

Dr. Hunt goes so far as to theorize that the mind, instead of residing locally in the brain’s neural network, actually exists nonlocally in the auric fields.

Viewed from the perspective of Reciprocal System theory and torsion physics, Hunt’s theory is right on the mark. Beyond any reasonable doubt, the bioenergy fields must be the mind (Figure 1).

In these torsion templates of consciousness functioning hyperdimensionally in time-space, we experience the core creative workings of inspiration, intuition, and imagination.

Only subsequently, passing into our space-time reality, are these subtle energy phenomena processed and actualized by the brain and central nervous system.

In the words of Bruce Lipton, “The switch from Newtonian to quantum mechanics changes the focus of psychology from physiochemical mechanisms to the role of energy fields.”

Physicist and psychotherapist Arnold Mindell famously called our primary time-space manifestation the “Dreambody,” whose secondary counterpart in space-time is the physical body.

Figure 1: A Foot in Two Worlds. The above figure illustrates the interface between the sound domain of time-space and the light domain of space-time. Note the parallel existence of the bioenergy fields in the former and the chakras in the latter, including the placement of the Fragmentary Body.Figure 1: A Foot in Two Worlds. The above figure illustrates the interface between the sound domain of time-space and the light domain of space-time. Note the parallel existence of the bioenergy fields in the former and the chakras in the latter, including the placement of the Fragmentary Body.Gifted psychic Sheradon Bryce sums up the situation straightforwardly: “Your mind is your electromagnetic field, your auric bands, or whatever you wish to call them. The thing in your head is your brain.”

This statement brings up an important point in need of clarification: the term “electromagnetic” often has been employed erroneously to describe the bioenergy fields.

I have used it myself this way for years, as in Potentiation Electromagnetic Repatterning. Initially, I chose this term in order to emphasize the energetic quality of the bioenergy fields to a broad readership.

At the time, I felt that auric sounded too esoteric; torsion was too obscure; and bioenergy—lacking a fuller explanation such as the one I am providing now—seemed too vague. The problem with electromagnetic as a description of bioenergy is that this energy is not actually electromagnetic!

Rather, it is torsion energy, or consciousness. While it gives rise to such effects as electromagnetism, it is not measurable as such. Not surprisingly, many researchers using traditional techniques to look for the bioenergy fields have come up empty.

Nevertheless, the term electromagnetic is now a fixture in the Regenetics Method, where it is employed more descriptively than scientifically. Whenever you encounter it used in a way that seems to be a misnomer, I encourage you to substitute bioenergy or torsion.

Now, torsion energy comes in three main varieties. All torsion energy ultimately stems from one Source, which I call the Consciousness of Love (Figure 2).

In Book One on the Regenetics Method, Conscious Healing, elaborating on the three-phase cosmological model I am sketching here, I conceptualized this Source, our Creator, as Silent Stillness: the pure potential, or universal creative consciousness, associated with the center of our galaxy.

In the threefold process of creation, the Consciousness of Love differentiates first into torsion sound waves, then into torsion light waves. Biblically speaking, the Consciousness of Love is God, who speaks the Word (sound) in order to bring the World (light) into manifestation (Figure 2).

Such a framework for reality creation, in which a Supreme Consciousness literally speaks or sings a light-based (holographic) world into existence, is omnipresent in religions and mythologies. In the ancient Vedas of India, we read, “In the beginning was Brahman with whom was the Word.”

The Tao de Ching introduces a cosmology wherein the “ten thousand things” constituting our holographic reality were brought into being through breath (sound).

In Mayan tradition, the Popul Vuh explains that the first humans were brought into being through speech. Similarly, the ancient Egyptians believed that life was created by language.

In terms of torsion physics and Reciprocal System theory as well, reality creation can be visualized as a three-step operation (Figure 2).

This process follows a specific order in which the Consciousness of Love employs linguistically generated blueprints of torsion energy in time-space in the form of hyperdimensional sound, which then transform into reality constructs in space-time that are light-generated, or holographic.

Figure 2: Threefold Process of Reality Creation. This diagram demonstrates how reality creation occurs in three phases, starting with the primary consciousness of the Creator, who employs sound to generate the light-based reality construct we inhabit—including biological life by way of DNA.Figure 2: Threefold Process of Reality Creation. This diagram demonstrates how reality creation occurs in three phases, starting with the primary consciousness of the Creator, who employs sound to generate the light-based reality construct we inhabit—including biological life by way of DNA.This tripartite model of reality creation highlights two points with particular relevance to DNA activation.

First, while it is true that we inhabit a light-based reality in space-time, the primary energy that directly gives rise to our existence in space-time is sound—just as so many ancient wisdom traditions have claimed.

For this reason, I often find it useful to refer to time-space as the “sound domain” and space-time as the “light domain” (Figures 1 and 2).

Of course, both space-time and time-space contain sound as well as light energies. But while light is the operative principle here in space-time, the dreamlike domain of time-space appears to be governed by sound.

The reason clairvoyants insist that the aura is visible stems from the likelihood that by tapping into extrasensory perception (ESP), they can “see” this sonic energy as it filters through DNA into space-time via a genetic mechanism that translates sound into light.

Secondly, given that time-space is best understood as a function of sound energy, it should be obvious that our bioenergy fields are sonic in nature.

Keep in mind, however, that we are discussing hyperdimensional torsion sound waves, which means you cannot simply press a button and record the aura!

Since our consciousness blueprint in time-space is made of sound, and sound is the principal torsion energy for creating, supporting and evolving life, using only light for healing, as the vast majority of energetic modalities do, often proves ineffectual.

Hyperdimensional light is the form of torsion energy normally employed in energy medicine—whether we look at allergy elimination technique, acupuncture, reiki, radionics, meditation, or machines. But remember that sound precedes and creates light.

Compared to sound, light is superficial. Light is thought, form; sound is being, essence. Light diagnoses; sound restores. Light treats; sound heals.

Light is concerned with information, whereas sound is about transformation.

A tried and true way to pursue genuine wholing is to work with sound because sound is capable of accessing and changing the sound domain, where bioenergy distortions caused by trauma or toxicity, or both, are imprinted and states of illness are maintained.

Ener-genetically, disharmony is disease. Trauma- and toxicity-induced distortions in our bioenergy blueprint take the form of disharmonies that can be brought back into harmony using the right sounds.

Effective sound healing is a form of entrainment, or re-entrainment, of off-key tunes within the sound domain back to harmonious and healthy melodies. This approach encourages healing and transformation in a manner that exceeds the capabilities of light alone.

Here again, as illustrated in Figures 1 and 2, it is to be emphasized that the connection point between our sound and light domains is DNA.

Practically, this means that DNA must be activated from our position in space-time if we are to heal and transform our reality blueprint in time-space.

Bioenergy Fields as Ecosystems

A second critical discovery Leigh and I made while field testing was that the bioenergy blueprint for the vast majority of humans is composed of exactly nine fields (Figure 1).

This came as something of a surprise, given that Vedic tradition recognizes only seven major bioenergy points known as the chakras. Then again, according to certain new age teachings, supposedly there are twelve chakras.

Many of these latter teachings also posit, without evidence, the existence of multiple human DNA “strands” ranging in number from as few as twelve to—somewhat comically—as many as hundreds or even thousands.

Simply put, even a cursory review of the esoteric literature reveals wide-ranging viewpoints as to the number of bioenergy centers humans possess.

For those unfamiliar with the term, as shown in Figure 1 chakras are bioenergy loci in the form of wheels aligned with the spinal column, starting with the first (or root) chakra at the sacrum and moving up.

In the 1980s, Japanese scientist Hiroshi Motoyama developed instrumentation capable of measuring bioluminescence emitted by the chakras of yoga masters.

The chakras differ from the bioenergy fields in that the former are composed of hyperdimensional light that operates in space-time, while the latter are formed by torsion sound waves functioning in time-space (Figure 1).

Acting as a counterpart to our sonic bioenergy fields, the light-based chakras match these fields in order and number and are responsible for distributing life energy originating in time-space to our physical anatomy in space-time.

The majority of elements regulated by a particular bioenergy field equally apply to the corresponding chakra. Together, numerically matching fields and chakras form a “bioenergy center.”

Note that in these paired relationships, the bioenergy fields govern the chakras, not the other way around, just as at the torsion level sound directs the action of light.

I probably never would have become involved in the debate as to the exact number of our primary bioenergy centers—had extensive kinesiological data not clearly and repeatedly revealed the existence of nine chakras and nine bioenergy fields in the “unpotentiated” human.

Certainly, I had no preconceptions about this topic when Leigh and I began our research. At the time, like many people I barely knew what a chakra was.

Here, it is my sincere belief that my naïveté was helpful—allowing me to observe dispassionately simply what was, instead of seeing what I had been told should be.

This situation reminds me of an old shamanic tradition in which a task considered impossible by elder shamans is given to a novice. The idea is that since the novice does not know that the task cannot be accomplished, he somehow manages to accomplish it!

Shortly after our discovery of nine bioenergy levels, Leigh and I were gratified to learn that well-known medical intuitive Caroline Myss had picked up on the presence of an eighth and ninth chakra.

Since that time, various additional sources using SCIO and other subtle energy detection systems have confirmed the existence of nine bioenergy centers—as well as the transformation of this initial blueprint to eight centers that occurs during Potentiation.

Perhaps the reason the eighth and ninth bioenergy centers were glossed over in Vedic lore is that they are associated with the most subtle aspect of our being—DNA—in contrast to the other seven chakras that appear more directly situated within our physical anatomy.

Be that as it may, there is a way to transcend theory and achieve an inner gnosis of our bioenergy blueprint. Beyond channeling, intuition, tradition, kinesiology and even technology, Potentiation allows you to experience these nine bioenergy centers in action as they are repatterned by torsion waves of consciousness.

Through Potentiation, our inherently unstable and fragmented structure based on the number 9 is recalibrated permanently to a stable and balanced “infinity circuit” founded on the number 8.

This occurs after the ener-genetic disruption constituted by the Fragmentary Body is sealed at approximately the five-month mark following the Potentiation session.

Essential to grasping the role our bioenergy centers play in health and disease is to view them as “ecosystems” where various related factors function either harmoniously to maintain wellbeing, or disharmoniously to engender illness.

An ecosystem is defined as a biological community of interdependent organisms and their physical habitat.

In the case of our bioenergy blueprint, each field combines with a chakra to form a bioenergy center that regulates the activity of specific microorganisms in relation to particular “environments” in the form of organ systems and glands.

As an example, let us look at the second bioenergy center from the bottom, referred to as the Fragmentary Body prior to sealing during Potentiation.

In Figure 3, ignoring the blank categories (—), we see that the microorganisms governed by the Fragmentary Body are dental bacteria and parasites (with associated toxins), while the organ systems are the oral and reproductive, and the gland is the thyroid.

Linked to these material elements are the emotions of embarrassment, envy, jealousy and shame, in addition to a number of conditions.

Based on this bioenergetic ecosystem, consider the following scenario. In physical terms, dental bacteria obviously are linked to the oral system.

  Figure 3: Bioenergy Structure of the Fragmentary Body. This chart shows the basic structure of the problematic bioenergy ecosystem known as the Fragmentary Body. Figure 3: Bioenergy Structure of the Fragmentary Body. This chart shows the basic structure of the problematic bioenergy ecosystem known as the Fragmentary Body.Distortion in the Fragmentary Body—brought on by, say, shame-producing sexual trauma in tandem with toxicity resulting from parasitic infection of the thyroid gland—increases the likelihood of breakdown in another part of the ecosystem: in this case, the oral system.

Such a situation can lead to proliferation of bacteria which, if left unchecked, eventually results in a number of possible conditions including dental decay, halitosis, and periodontal disease.

This example easily can be extrapolated to all nine levels of our bioenergy blueprint—giving rise to a novel and empowering way of understanding ourselves as bio-spiritual beings.

Digging at the Root

The above example of toxicity and trauma in the Fragmentary Body allows us to grasp how numerous spiritual and material disharmonies typically combine to produce a state of disease.

This example makes it clear that instead of being created in our space-time physical reality, illness grows out of sonic distortions recorded in our bioenergy blueprint in time-space.

Thus we can appreciate another dimension of Reciprocal System theory as applied to medical science:

The existence of time-space as a causal domain undermines the theory and practice of solely materialistic diagnosis, which only looks at effects.

The foregoing statement is far-reaching indeed. According to many native wisdom traditions, there is a spiritual cause for everything, including ostensibly physical dysfunctions.

For instance, a medicine man or woman virtually never looks at a broken leg as merely an unfortunate accident. Injury to the leg has archetypal as well as personal significance and may indicate that the injured person has failed to “stand up for herself” in some important way.

This line of thinking, in which even the most blatantly material effects of illness have a spiritual basis, informs the healing theory and practice of renowned author Louise Hay.

In fact, many conditions are so complex, being occasioned by multiple factors that distort the bioenergy blueprint, that trying to address them by treating each symptom individually—the approach adopted by allopathic medicine—more often than not fails in its objective.

Here, I am reminded of Henry David Thoreau’s famous line that there “are ten thousand chopping at the branches of evil, for every one digging at the root.”

As someone who endured years of expensive therapies that simply were chopping away at the branches of my chronic autoimmune illness, I deeply appreciate that in order to heal and transform ourselves, truly and lastingly, we must toss aside our axes, pick up a shovel, and dig for the root.

In the above analogy, the branches represent symptoms. Axes symbolize space-time (light-based) therapies for treating or managing symptoms.

The root is our bioenergy blueprint in the sound domain, where and only where disease-causing distortions can be restored permanently to harmony.

And the shovel is any modality capable of resetting the bioenergy blueprint via the only connection point through which such an activation can occur: DNA.

Copyright © Sol Luckman. All Rights Reserved.

Sol Luckman
is a pioneering ink painter whose work has been featured on mainstream book covers and award-winning author whose books include the international bestselling Conscious Healing and its bestselling sequel, Potentiate Your DNA. His visionary novel, Snooze: A Story of Awakening, winner of the 2015 National Indie Excellence Award for New Age Fiction, is the coming-of-age tale of one extraordinary boy’s awakening to the world-changing reality of his dreams. Sol’s latest book, The Angel’s Dictionary: A Spirited Glossary for the Little Devil in You, winner of the 2017 National Indie Excellence Award for Humor, reinvigorates satire to prove that—though we might not be able to change the world—we can at least have a good laugh at it. Then again, maybe laughter can transform the world! Learn more about Sol’s art and writing at www.CrowRising.com.

DISCLAIMER: The Developers and all certified Facilitators of the Regenetics Method offer DNA activation as educators and ordained ministers, not medical doctors, and do not purport to diagnose, prevent or treat illness of any kind. Regenetics Method information and sessions are offered, and accepted, as exercises of freedom of speech and religion. The Developers and Facilitators of the Regenetics Method make no recommendations, claims, promises or guarantees relative to specific health challenges. You are solely responsible for your own medical treatment and care.

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2. Tuning the Human Biofield

Eileen Day McKusick

’s Note: The bestselling book Tuning the Human Biofield, for which this article constitutes an excellent introduction, is a profoundly insightful and inspiring work as well as a tremendous leap forward for the healing sciences. If I were designing an alternative medicine curriculum, this text would be required reading. In what is arguably the most comprehensive book ever written on tuning fork therapy, Eileen Day McKusick not only shows us the door to healing ourselves and unlocking our potential as energetic beings, but she also takes us by the hand and, brilliantly and eloquently, escorts us into new realms of possibility.]

Sound Balancing is a therapeutic method that makes use of the frequencies produced by tuning forks to detect and correct distortions and imbalances within the biomagnetic energy field, or biofield, that surrounds the human body. It is a process that has been evolving since I first picked up a set of tuning forks and began incorporating them in my massage therapy practice in 1996. The sound acts like sonar—it bounces off the structure of the body and the field and comes back with information.

Over the years, I learned to interpret this information, which led to what I call the Biofield Anatomy Hypothesis. The Biofield Anatomy Hypothesis is the premise that our biofield—which extends approximately five feet to both sides of the body and three feet above the head and below the feet and is shaped like a torus—contains the record of all of our memories, embedded in standing waves within this structure. It is what we might call our mind, both conscious and subconscious.

Just as the brain is compartmentalized with different areas responsible for different functions, so is the biofield, with specific areas holding information related to specific emotions, states of mind, and relationships. In addition to our memories, the biofield contains the blueprint that the physical body organizes itself around.

I encounter two fundamental phenomena in my work in the biofield, which I refer to as energy and information. The information is the record (memories) of everything that has occurred in a person’s life, laid down on the torsion or aetheric level in what I perceive as standing waves. The energy is the charge or resistance associated with those memories.

While combing the area around the body with a vibrating tuning fork, I have the experience of encountering what appears to me to be charge, or electrical resistance, in the field. These pockets of charge seem to follow the tuning fork in a way that is reminiscent of iron filings following a magnet. Once returned to the closest nerve plexus/chakra along the spine, the charge appears to be absorbed and “digested” by the body, implying that the charge prefers to be in the body rather than frozen or stuck in the field. I call this process of locating and moving charge “click, drag, and drop.”

These charges appear to relate to a trauma in a person’s life. Periods of trauma, whether mental, physical, or emotional, often recede in time and space without ever being completely processed by the person. These memories seem to live on as charged incoherent oscillations, or noise, within the biofield, exerting a nonbeneficial frequency pattern within the person’s body and mind. These areas of resistance have corresponding areas of tension or lack of flow within the physical body, and as a consequence, over time, they can cause breakdown in the order, structure, and function of the physiology (i.e., entropy).

Sonic Soul Retrieval

This apparent resolution of incoherent oscillations and integration of the charge associated with them back into the body is a process somewhat similar to the shamanic practice of soul retrieval. Shamans say that during a traumatic experience, parts of the self get split off and left behind in the past. The shaman enters into a trance state in order to locate and restore these lost pieces.

When I first began employing the click, drag, and drop method within the field, I called it sonic soul retrieval. The outcome of locating, de-differentiating, neutralizing, and integrating these disturbances in the biofield can be immediate and profound, on all levels of functioning.

Using sound this way in the biofield allows us to locate traumas at their source point in the historical record. For example, one client, a woman in her forties, had the experience of debilitating anxiety her whole life. She had been to various psychiatrists and been on and off meds, but had not found any relief from her symptoms.

Within five minutes of having her on my treatment table, I was able to determine that she had had a very traumatic birth. I located a highly discordant and charged energy pattern at the outer edge of her biofield off of her right knee (an area that relates to “obstacles to moving forward”).

A coherent frequency, such as that produced by a tuning fork, inserted in this precise location, gives the body the opportunity to resolve the incoherence, modulate the distortion, and settle itself down. Returning the following week, the woman reported that her anxiety had diminished by about 75 percent and noted that since she now understood the origin of the feeling, she was less upset by it when it did arise and that it moved through much more quickly.

These sorts of immediate and profound outcomes are very common in Sound Balancing, which has also been used to successfully treat not just anxiety but also pain, depression, PTSD, digestive disorders, vertigo, and much more. Using sound through the biofield to change the way the body expresses itself, from dysfunction to function, whether through DNA, emotions, or physical functioning, represents a profound leap forward in the way we approach healing.

Distance Sound Balancing

Sound Balancing can also be performed at a distance. This is a rather curious experience that begs for an explanation. How can a sound session performed in my office in Vermont affect a body in another part of the world? Interestingly, the energetic patterns that show up around a body in what I call the bioplasmic biofield appear on my treatment table exactly as if the person were really there.

I am able to determine, with great accuracy, the periods of stress in a person’s life, the quality of their relationship with and personality of their parents, whether they have spinal subluxations and where they are, if they have ever received a concussion and at approximately what age, the status of their digestive processes, and much more. Additionally, I am able to effect change on these levels, at a distance, through sonic manipulations of these energetic patterns.

The answer to this mystery may lie in the concept of aether—the deep, connective, holographic medium that is present everywhere throughout the universe, though missing from our contemporary cosmology, which subscribes to the modern notion that aether was disproved in the late 1800s.

While the term aether has been tossed out of our popular lexicon, the phenomenon persists, and has been given a great many other names, including the zero point field, the source field, the torsion field, the field, and, more recently, the Higgs field, whose definition, “an invisible energy field that exists throughout the universe,” sounds an awful lot like the definition of aether.

Information travels through this medium at much faster than light speed, or perhaps even instantaneously due to its holographic nature (meaning the information of the entire field is instantaneously accessible at any point). This holographic quality can potentially explain the mechanics of how distance healing works. Just as I can place my awareness now in my left foot, now in my right hand, with no sense of that awareness having to travel in a linear way through my body, so I can place my awareness on a client 1,000 miles away and use my subtle energy field to influence it at a distance.

Scientific Evidence of Distance Healing

Numerous experiments have been conducted that demonstrate that qi gong masters using a form of energy healing originating in China can create healing in one petri dish versus another over great distances, with tremendous precision. Whether we place our awareness in a specific finger of the body or a specific petri dish faraway, it is fundamentally the same action. But how does it happen?

It has generally been ruled out that conventional electromagnetism plays a role, for several reasons. Healing has been successfully conducted in EM-shielded rooms, and over great distances instantaneously, which would not account for the time involved for EM energy to travel.

For this reason, aether is concluded to be the medium through which this energy travels. However, I have read that in EM-shielded rooms where there has been a biophoton multiplier, an extremely sensitive device that can count the number of biophotons (quanta of low intensity visible light) being emitted by a life-form, “bursts of biophotons” have appeared while the distance healing is being conducted.

This would imply that consciousness (light) can “go under” in the aether in one spot and “pop out” in another instantly, through intention alone, without having to travel linearly to get there, in much the same way I can be conscious of and energize my right toe and then do the same with my left thumb, without that energy and awareness having to “travel.”

As the nonlocal interconnective medium that unifies us all in real time, aether is the missing link in so-called paranormal phenomena such as remote viewing, distance healing, synchronicities (i.e., meaningful coincidences), and telepathy.

That we can use sound and intention in this instantaneous and powerful way, both locally and at a distance, intimates profound possibilities for healing and expansion of human consciousness in ways that we have yet to fully imagine.

Copyright © Eileen Day McKusick. All Rights Reserved.

Eileen Day McKusick has researched the effects of audible sound on the human body and its biofield since 1996. She has a master’s degree in integrative education and is currently pursuing a PhD in integral health. She teaches privately and at Johnson State College and maintains a sound therapy practice in Stowe, Vermont. Visit her website at www.eileenmckusick.com.

3. Genes Aren’t Responsible for Cancer; The Body’s Cultural Medium Is

Mae Chan

A team of Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) researchers has proposed that an “on and off” epigenetic switch could be a common mechanism behind the development of different types of cancer. The existence of this epigenetic switch is indirectly supported by the fact that tumors develop through different stages. When cells rapidly grow during cancer progression, they become stuck in their current stage of development and their cell characteristics do not change. So what does change?

In the fields of infant nutrition, diabetes, obesity, and the metabolic syndrome, the term “metabolic programming” has been coined to give a name to the observation that environmental experiences early in life may be “genomically” remembered and give rise to health outcomes manifesting later in life. Epigenetics emerges as an important mechanism underlying this phenomenon.

Epigenetics is the phenomenon whereby genetically identical cells express their genes differently, resulting in different physical traits. Researchers from the Boston University Cancer Center recently published two articles about this in Anticancer Research & Epigenomics.

The current paradigm states that cancer develops from environmental and genetic changes to cancer progenitor cells. These changes are the result of mutations, exposure to toxic substances or hormonal imbalances.

Cancer progression is extremely complex, however. It also is well known that new mutations and the activation of more cancer causing genes occur throughout the development and progression of cancer.

“If we believe that everything in nature occurs in an organized fashion, then it is logical to assume that cancer development cannot be as disorganized as it may seem,” said Sibaji Sarkar, PhD, instructor of medicine at BUSM and the articles corresponding author. “There should be a general mechanism that initiates cancer progression from predisposed progenitor cells, which likely involves epigenetic changes.”

Increasingly, biologists are finding that non-genetic variation acquired during the life of an organism can sometimes be passed on to offspring—a phenomenon known as epigenetic inheritance.

The majority of epigenetic changes occur at specific times in an individual’s life, from their time in the womb, to the development as newborns, then in puberty, and again in old age.

Environmental factors that influence epigenetic patterns—e.g., diet, epigenetic disruptors in the environment such as chemicals, etc.—may also have long-term, multigenerational effects.

The existence of this epigenetic switch is indirectly supported by the fact that tumors develop through different stages. When cells rapidly grow during cancer progression, they become stuck in their current stage of development and their cell characteristics do not change. This is the reason that there are so many types of leukemia—the characteristics that a leukemia cell possesses when it begins to rapidly grow and expand are the characteristics that it will keep until the rapid growth stops.

Dr. Bruce Lipton refers to the work of Dr. Dean Ornish to extrapolate: “Dr. Ornish has taken conventional cardiovascular patients, provided them with important lifestyle insights (better diet, stress-reduction techniques, and so on), and without drugs, the cardiovascular disease was resolved. Ornish relayed that if he’d gotten the same results with a drug, every doctor would be prescribing it.”

Biologists have suspected for years that some kind of epigenetic inheritance occurs at the cellular level. The different kinds of cells in our bodies provide an example. Skin cells and brain cells have different forms and functions, despite having exactly the same DNA. There must be mechanisms—other than DNA—that make sure skin cells stay skin cells when they divide.

Even the strictest lifestyle changes don’t cure cancer in everyone. What about genetic predispositions to getting the disease? “It used to be that we thought a mutant gene caused cancer,” Lipton admitted, “but with epigenetics, all of that has changed.”

Then he explained how his research revealed the science of epigenetics. “I placed one stem cell into a culture dish, and it divided every ten hours. After two weeks, there were thousands of cells in the dish, and they were all genetically identical, having been derived from the same parent cell. I divided the cell population and inoculated them in three different culture dishes.

“Next, I manipulated the culture medium—the cell’s equivalent of the environment—in each dish. In one dish, the cells became bone, in another, muscle, and in the last dish, fat. This demonstrated that the genes didn’t determine the fate of the cells because they all had the exact same genes. The environment determined the fate of the cells, not the genetic pattern. So if cells are in a healthy environment, they are healthy. If they’re in an unhealthy environment, they get sick.”

Dr. Lipton then took this a step further, which brings us back to the cancer question. “Here’s the connection: With fifty trillion cells in your body, the human body is the equivalent of a skin-covered petri dish. Moving your body from one environment to another alters the composition of the ‘culture medium,’ the blood. The chemistry of the body’s culture medium determines the nature of the cell’s environment within you. The blood’s chemistry is largely impacted by the chemicals emitted from your brain.

Other than the brain, two other factors impact the fate of cells, according to Dr. Lipton: toxins and trauma. All three factors have been associated with the onset of cancer.

“If we believe that all of the irreversible changes, mutations and effects of carcinogens make cells rapidly grow, then the mechanism that allows cells to stop growing and assume new changes in character must be of great importance,” added Sarkar. “The study of cancer progression is key to understanding how cancer cells continue to differentiate.” During cancer progression, there are different stages of rapid growth and differentiation. The control that allows for this switch between growth and differentiation can only be achieved through reversible mechanisms, such as epigenetic changes.

Sarkar and colleagues have previously proposed that epigenetic changes are involved in cancer progenitor cell formation and cancer progression. They also believe that epigenetic changes have the ability to control rapid growth and change of characteristics (different grades/types of tumors) which may involve physiological processes that the cancer cells are subjected to within the body’s terrain. Sarkar compares the stages of cancer growth to a rocket orbiting in space—that is, that an object within an orbit continues to circle a given path, until it is given a signal (or additional fuel) to propel itself into a further orbit. This comparison can be made for cancer progenitor cells and epigenetics. A specific cell continues to grow at a certain stage until it is given a signal—in this case, an epigenetic switch—that propels it to differentiate into a new orbit, or further differentiated cell.

The findings may deepen our understanding of the genetic changes that can lead to cancer and how these can be influenced by our diet and our environment. The findings can potentially open new ways of identifying, managing and treating cancer through lifestyle changes instead of conventional modes of treatment.


This article, republished with permission, originally appeared at www.preventdisease.com.

Mae Chan holds degrees in both physiology and nutritional sciences. She is also a blogger and technology enthusiast with a passion for disseminating information about health.

4. Frequency, Vibration & Oscillation: Energy Patterns Affect Your Wellbeing

Pao L. Chang

Frequency is all around us and can be found in all things. Whenever we take a breath, we are inhaling frequency. Whenever we listen to music, we are interacting with frequency. Even when we think, we are using the power of frequency to help us express our thoughts. Since we are always interacting with this invisible wave of energy, we should learn to understand it so that we can comprehend how it affects our life.

What Is Frequency?

Frequency can be expressed in many ways. However, at its core it is an expression of energy. This energy expresses itself in wave forms, but at its core it is actually made of cyclic patterns of scalar waves (standing waves) that flash “on” and “off,” causing it to pop in and out of existence. This state when energy flashes on and off is known as partiki phasing. The speed at which partiki contract and expand determines the frequency rate of scalar waves. If you are confused or want to know more about how this process works, read this article titled Frequency and Vibration: How They Create the Structures of Matter & Life.

Vibration, Frequency & Oscillation

People sometimes use vibration and frequency interchangeably, but they both do have their differences. Vibration occurs when energy contracts toward the center point from which it first came out of. Oscillation happens when energy expands away from the center point. Frequency is achieved when one pattern or cycle of vibration and oscillation occurs. In other words, when an energy unit is done contracting and expanding, it has created one frequency pattern. How fast an energy unit contracts (vibration) and expands (oscillation) will determine the frequency rate of all things.

The frequency rate is what sets the rhythm of particle pulsation, which then allows the formation of wave spectra within dimensional reality fields. This process also determines the density levels of matter in the material realm. As the frequency rate of matter increases or flashes faster, matter becomes lighter and less dense. Since our body is made of matter, it will also become lighter and less dense as our frequency increases.

How Frequency Affects Your Wellbeing

Frequency has the ability to heal or harm you; therefore, if you want to stay healthy, you need to understand how it affects your wellbeing. For example, certain electromagnetic energies generated by computers, cellphones and electronic devices contain energy codes or frequencies that don’t synchronize and harmonize well with your body. When you surround yourself with these types of electromagnetic energies, they disrupt the natural flow of your body’s energy, causing it to flow out of order. If the natural flow of your energy is disrupted for too long, it could cause health conditions to manifest. This is why when you look at a computer screen for too long, you get eyestrain and sometimes headaches.

Eating food that contains very low frequency can also disrupt your energy levels. In the early 1990s, Bruce Tanino of Tainio Technology was able to build a frequency monitor that could determine frequency levels of certain parts of the human body. He found that a normal human brain’s frequency rate was precisely 72 megahertz (MHz). As for the human body, it was between 62-78 MHz.

Bruce also found that the human body becomes susceptible to colds and flu near 60 MHz. Furthermore, he discovered that junk food often has zero Hz and thus it does little to prevent the body’s frequency from dropping. In theory, if you can keep your body’s frequency rate above 60 MHz, you should rarely get sick.

The Relationship between Frequency & Matter

The true state of reality is made of energy that flashes on and off, creating energy codes and frequency patterns that are processed by our consciousness to give us the perception of time and the solidity of matter. In other words, matter behaves more like an illusion. However, from our perspective, this “illusion” is very real and is necessary to help us evolve, so we should take it very seriously.

Frequency gives matter uniqueness and characteristics, so that when the consciousness of our mind and body processes the energy patterns of an object, we see shapes, colors and textures. Frequency, vibration and oscillation are some of the major energy properties that organize matter into sacred geometries, giving matter “life” and the ability to structure itself into objects. Below is a video that demonstrates this amazing phenomenon.

This article, which appeared here, is offered under Creative Commons license.

Pao L. Chang is the editor and founder of EnergyFanatics.com and OmniThough.org, two comprehensive blogs dedicated to educating people about energy mechanics, financial health, wellness, self-improvement, natural food, alternative medicine and spiritual wellbeing. He loves to explore the mystery of alternative medicine, the science of consciousness, quantum mechanics, sacred geometry and how energy affects the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual body. His main goal is to help people free their minds so they can find inner peace, love and happiness. He is also the author of two published books, Staradigm and Natural Weight Loss Secrets.

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5. 3 Scientific Game Changers that Will Transform Medicine

Kelly Brogan, MD, GreenMedInfo

Think diseases run in the family? Think again.

Have you ever worried about “getting” breast cancer because your mom and aunt both had it? What about Bipolar Disorder (yes, psychiatry capitalizes its diagnoses for extra emphasis!) or Lupus? It has probably felt like you have a ticking time bomb inside you and you just want to know when it’s going to go off. When that diagnosis is going to be delivered. Women like Angelina Jolie have engaged willful mutilation in the name of the persistent belief that genes are destiny.

This is simply not true.

“It runs in my family” no longer means what we once believed it to.

You may not know this yet, but the whole game has changed and we are several decades into the most powerful shift in scientific thinking in the past 300 years. Science, when handled with care, is a process, not a destination.

Science fundamentally reflects our native curiosity, our creative impulse, and our sense of wonder. Along the line, however, it began to take on a different flavor. With men like Newton, Darwin, and Descartes at the microphone, a culture of reductionism, force-based perceptions around the nature of reality, and separation of spirit and matter all predicated the culture of ruthless medicine we are steeped in today. We war against nature, our bodies, and each other. There’s good and bad. There’s the illusion of the objective. We pray at the altar of facts and data.

I used to think that science meant answers and solutions. And now I don’t. Here’s why.

Anyone who has plumbed the depths of science, either through study, primary research, or experimentation, will reach the limitations of belief in science as the be all end all. Beyond this glass ceiling is the sense of wonder that is stripped from the soulless realm of modern biology. The amazing thing is that the past several decades have furnished a new kind of science. It’s a science of inquiry rather than utility. The conclusions of today’s abstracts seem to read, “Isn’t this amazing?” rather than “Here is confirmation that this drug is necessary to manage our wayward biology.” In essence, it reflects a new story about our role in the holobiont, or the more purposeful station we occupy in the web of nature.

In this new story, we are not the result of several billion years of random mutations and survival of the fittest. Instead, we are adapting, as Lamarck once suggested (and even Darwin acquiesced), purposefully. This purposeful adaptation means that we are interacting with our environment in a co-creative dance with balances and micro/macro feedback loops to keep a certain meta-order intact.

A focus on genes made lifestyle irrelevant.

When I was in training, I had one hour of nutrition education that essentially positioned food as caloric currency. Why would it matter if we were born with the diseases we would ultimately struggle with? In gene-based science, toxicant exposure, rest, nutrition, and relationships are clearly window dressing considerations. (Jonathan Latham’s work on identifying the historical influence of the Tobacco industry on the push towards the human genome project and gene-centricism in medical science is amazing.)

With the completion of the human genome, however, we learned that we have fewer protein-coding genes than an earthworm. This means that the genes we thought made us who we are, don’t.


We had to go back to the drawing board. Where on earth does our seemingly infinite uniqueness come from? How are diseases manifesting if not genetically?

And a new science was born. It was named epigenetics.

Epigenetics encompasses all that is beyond the genes (it actually means “above”) and includes modulators, modifiers, and any influence on the expression of genes and even the possibility that nonhuman genes may play an expressive role in human physiology. It also refers to the the almost 99% of our genome that was once pejoratively called “junk DNA” and now is more mystically referred to as Dark Matter, as Dr. Jeff Bland describes here.

One of the most powerful examples of the relevance of epigenetics is the lore of the “breast cancer gene.” Jolie and many other women have succumbed to the hex or the belief that they are cursed by their genes, doomed to develop diseased breasts, ovaries, and uteruses if they just go on living with them in their bodies.

The literature, itself claims that gene mutations such as the “breast cancer gene” or BRCA seems to be doing different things over time. Doesn’t that mean, by definition, that we are talking about epigenetics? Because the risk of a gene itself should not change over time. An oft-cited study concludes:

Risks appear to be increasing with time: Breast cancer risk by age 50 among mutation carriers born before 1940 was 24%, but among those born after 1940 it was 67%.

In a timely meta-analysis entitled Worse Breast Cancer Prognosis of BRCA1/BRCA2 Mutation Carriers: What’s the Evidence? A Systematic Review with Meta-Analysis, the authors conclude:

Our review shows that, in contrast to currently held beliefs of many oncologists and despite 66 published studies, it is not yet possible to draw evidence-based conclusions about the association between BRCA1 and/or BRCA2 mutation carriership and breast cancer prognosis. We only found sufficient evidence for a 10% worse unadjusted recurrence-free survival for BRCA1 mutation carriers. For all the other outcomes the evidence was judged to be indecisive.

This reflects a more modern understanding that only about 1% of diseases are truly genetic in nature (i.e., due to a congenitally inherited and irreversible gene defect), and that we may very well have misunderstood our interpretation of these genes’ functions. The rest is lifestyle. In other words, we create our experience and determine our destiny.

As we embrace our agency in our own bodily experience, we must embrace complexity and take off the blinders of our one gene—one ill—one pill model of thinking. As you open your mind to this shift underfoot, a shift into a more ecological type of medicine, a more collaborative, communal, and connected type of medicine, revel in what the more beautiful science is showing us about our need to let go of what we once believed. It served us, but its time has passed.

Here are the three most powerful game changers in recent literature.

Gamechanger #1: The Microbiome

An extension of one cause-one problem dialectical thinking is the rush to characterize microbes as pathogens, as bad guys. We have done so for as long as we have been seeking to control and dominate nature. Pestilence and contagion have fit neatly into the lighthouse beam of fear that we sweep across our psychic terrain. But even Pasteur, arguably the father of germ theory, on his deathbed, was reported to say: “I was wrong. The microbe (germ) is nothing. The terrain (milieu) is everything.”

What is the terrain though? The implication is that we are, in fact, an ecosystem, positioned within an ecosystem. There is no linearity, so that when we pull one thread of the spider web, the entire thing moves.

With the dawning of our awareness that microbes including fungi, bacteria, viruses, and others, live in and around us, we ceased to be human in the ways we had come to believe. We are not, in fact, humans trying to uphold and protect our humanity in a sea of invaders. We are a meta-organism, a holobiont interfacing with a greater whole, like a fractal repetition of a pattern.

With the emergence of science seeking to study the microbiome, primarily in the gut, we have learned that these bacteria have the capacity to perform some of our most vital human functions, and some that seem to be eerily custodial. Take, for example, the fact that there are bacteria in our guts that have evolved to detoxify the chemicals in an average dry cleaner. How could they possibly have foreseen the need for this function? Then there’s the digestion, barrier protection, immune signaling, hormone balancing, and brain controlling functions of the microbiome.

Through this lens, our tonsils and appendix are no longer vestigial, and the special role of a woman’s physiology is recentered as the conduit through which this microbiome passes from mother to fetus, and even through the inheritance of our primary cellular energy production sites—the mitochondria—themselves, ancient bacteria that were assimilated into the human organism over a billion years ago.

Because we know this now, we cannot war against nature any longer. Vaccines, antibiotics, hand sanitizers and bleach are necessarily brought under scrutiny. We will never win this battle because it’s not a battle meant to be won. Nature will continue to remind us of this with the emergence of superbugs, pharmaceutical damage, and disturbed immunity.

The term dysbiosis, used by holistic and integrative practitioners to refer to gut imbalance, of course, actually means “wrong living.” No doubt our struggles today stem from a lack of connection to the natural world. It is, in this way, poetic justice that we would only be able to heal our guts, right our relationship to the microbial world through food—nature’s gift, bounty, and language.

Gamechanger #2: Exosomes

The nail in the coffin of protein-coding-gene-determined-health is a group of tiny bubble-like blobs that influence gene expression. Amazingly similar to viruses in nature, structure, and possibly even function, exosomes are created and received by our bodily cells in order to direct, determine, and react to states of being.

40-100nm in diameter, exosomes typically carry something called micro RNA or miRNA which are key regulators of gene expression, naturally impacted by environmental factors, from toxicants, nutrition, and lifestyle patterns.

In fact, seminal research has demonstrated that stable miRNAs are transferred from plants including rice and ginger into mammalian physiology where they then serve to regulate gene expression. Once again, food is reframed as so much more than calories and nutrients … it is information.

Researchers are suggesting that infant assessments of miRNA patterns may help to identify fetal brain injury from toxic exposures including mercury, aluminum, and medications at birth, so that healing protocols can be prioritized and initiated. Powerfully, however, in order to understand the “signatures” of different disease states, we would have to study them in their natural unfoldment, without pharmaceutical interventions, before we could ascertain what is evidence of illness and what is evidence of medication effect. The authors state clearly:

“In addition, one must control for the influence of psychotropic drugs on miRNA expression since several studies showed that lithium, haloperidol, or valproate induced changes of the miRNA profiles in brain.”

This, of course, is why preventive medicine involves interfacing with the environment in a language that the body understands based on millions of years of co-evolution.

Gamechanger #3: Belief

When I was in training, the placebo effect was framed as a nuisance factor that needed to be controlled for. I now understand that the placebo effect doesn’t mean that you were fooled or tricked. It doesn’t mean you’re making it up or that you’re gullible. It means that a complex physiologic cascade of events was kicked off by your experience of taking a pill with the promise of relief.

It is rapidly being characterized as the most important driver of outcomes in everything from psychiatry to surgery.

My research on the placebo effect has helped me to understand that psychiatric medications, and specifically antidepressants, are more risk than benefit, and that I cannot achieve meaningful outcomes with patients who do not fundamentally believe that their bodies can heal.

How could it be that belief is this important?

Dr. Candace Pert, the pioneering researcher credited with the discovery of the opiate receptor, has debunked the Cartesian dualism that for hundreds of years has put the mind out of the realm of the body. She also challenged the notion that the mind is something that merely relates to the body. The mind, per her conclusions, is the body.

In fact, she used the language of the bodymind and elucidated how neuropeptides travel around the body encoding emotion in different tissues and organs. The shape of these peptides, or their conformation, further transmitted information to recipient cells. All of the sudden, informational transfer takes on another dimension—vibration.

Another pioneer of the role of belief in cellular physiology, Dr. Bruce Lipton was several decades ahead of his time in establishing the role of environment and belief in the body’s physiology. His work has decentralized the nucleus (where the genes are housed) and focused on the cell membrane as an information-processing interface with the environment.

Taken together, this research all seems to suggest that we are a product of our energetic experience in the context of a greater whole. Even physics is mirroring this with the emergence of theories like Rupert Sheldrake’s morphic resonance, which suggests that collective experiences set a potential template for individual experiences in a type of memory transfer that has little to do with genes.

We are not random genes driving a purposeless life until we die.

It appears that human experience is not as it has been previously framed and echoed by philosopher Alan Watts—flesh robots on a dead rock in the middle of nowhere. When the human experience is reduced in this way, its most essential elements are denied—beauty, spirit, meaning.

In fact, human experience is the universe manifested at one point. It is the emergent properties of many, infinitely complex and interfacing systems. It is fundamentally sacred, larger than our will, and gently demanding of our humility.

This is the teleologic perspective—one in which the purpose rather than the cause is the explanation of phenomena. I reflect on this when I consider how adaptable our bodies are—in real time, within hours—and how we have not adapted fully to the lifestyles we have felt entitled to over the past 100 years. We live from our egos with total disregard for nature, each other, and our own bodily vessels. And we are sicker than we have ever been, from cradle to grave. It seems that we are not “meant” to adapt to this way of living and we are reminded of this through the signals of illness. We are called back to the Continuum through our anxiety, depression, and illness. We are reminded that we haven’t figured it out, that science is not and cannot be used merely as a tool for control, and that consciousness as an emergent property of our physiologic web is a gift.

The fairest thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the fundamental emotion which stands at the cradle of true art and true science … the mystery of the eternity of life, and the inkling of the marvelous structure of reality, together with the single-hearted endeavor to comprehend a portion, be it ever so tiny, of the reason that manifests itself in nature.—Einstein

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Dr. Kelly Brogan is boarded in Psychiatry/Psychosomatic Medicine/Reproductive Psychiatry and Integrative Holistic Medicine and practices Functional Medicine, a root-cause approach to illness as a manifestation of multiple-interrelated systems. After studying Cognitive Neuroscience at MIT and receiving her MD from Cornell University, she completed her residency and fellowship at Bellevue/NYU. She is one of the nation’s only physicians with perinatal psychiatric training who takes a holistic evidence-based approach in the care of patients with a focus on environmental medicine and nutrition. She is also a mom of two and an active supporter of women’s birth experience. She is the Medical Director for Fearless Parent and an advisory board member for GreenMedInfo.com. Visit her website.

DISCLAIMER: This article is not intended to provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Views expressed here do not necessarily reflect those of GreenMedInfo or its staff.


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