INTRODUCTION Over a period of thirty years, I have developed a series of conjectures showing consonance between forms of fundamental physiological systems and perceptual patterns affecting physical and emotional health, behavior and culture. These investigations have led me to believe that aspects of consciousness are hard-wired in our physiological bodies, and that the focus of
Day: May 2, 2002
Before beginning medical school, I chose to explore parts of South America in the capacity of a servant to issues that moved my soul to action. Projects that commanded my pro-active stance were: environmental conservation, preservation of indigenous cultures, and healthcare in the developing world. I volunteered in conservation efforts in an inter-Andean forest in
Doctoring as a Human Experience: On Developing a Healing Partnership Caring for the Human Spirit, the Patients Soul
In Patients experiences (Banner 2001), we considered the process (stages) of becoming a patient, that suffering is much more than pain, and recognized the subjectivity of decision making by patients. All these point up the need for inputs from patients. They should be our advisors/ counselors/ teachers these people who have experienced illness and who
Nina Zimbelman is a medical intuitive who works closely with Patricia Johnson, MD, a family physician in Robbinsville, North Carolina.
I first consulted Nicolai for my chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) in 1994. This had been diagnosed by two medical homeopaths who were expert with a variation of the Voll diagnostic device. They had each, independently, found inflammatory pathology in the same major organ systems: the heart, lungs, liver, and prostate. Pathologic structural changes in the
Drawing on his training in advanced physics and quantum theory, together with an in-depth questioning of the latters known inconsistencies, physicist/psychic healer Nicolai Levashov has concluded that the universe is anisotropic, i.e., non-uniform in spatial structure. This concept, while backed by serious support in the field of astrophysics, runs directly counter to the classical view
Intuition is the inner knowing that comes without outer sensory stimuli. It is the modality that senses most deeply, yet one that our society has valued least. We invest most of our efforts in educating our children to use their outer senses, ignoring and even denigrating the inner ones.
In an earlier article, Patients experiences (Banner 2001), I considered the process (stages) of becoming a patient, that suffering is much more than pain, and explored the subjectivity of decision making by patients. All these point up the need for inputs from patients. These should be our advisors/ counselors/ teachers these people who have experienced