Learning

Books

The Way Back Home: Master shaman, Bonnie Serratore walks you through the steps to clear your own emotional baggage, and free up your life.

Blink: What Malcom Gladwell calls “rapid cognition” or “instant conclusions”, can be seen as the bridge to psychic intuition (a sensitivity to knowing). A great foundation for healers, muscle testers, and psychic students.

The Biology of Belief: A synthesis of cell biology and quantum physics. I was fortunate to study with Dr. Lipton at my chiropractic college. His approach to science influenced the Applied Life Science perspective.

Energy Medicine: The Scientific Basis: An exploration into the nature of energy. I studied with Dr Oschmann during my Rolfing training, and began to question how science interprets data.

 

Movies (beware spoilers)

Moon (film) (2009): A great example of body consciousness. This story illustrates the extent to which the nerve pathways in the brain represent our sense of “self”, personality and memories.

 

Websites

Muscle Response Testing: The “fine print” of accurate muscle testing; especially for those using it to access the subconscious for personal growth.

Quackwatch: “For every expert, there is an equal and opposite expert”. This  nay-sayer’s site holds the polar opposite perspective from Applied Life Science.  The site attempts to scientifically discredit every imaginable form of healing; which makes it a must-have mental exercise for anyone wanting to test their understanding of the phenomena of living beings. Assuming all their evidence is valid, can their conclusion be invalid?

Organizations

Universal Life Church: As a healer, there may be times when you need to present a “minister’s” credential to allow you to help others. ULC (“non denominational congregation of children from the same universe”) provides a convenient way to do this.

The Institute of Noetic Sciences:  Founded by Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar Mitchell, IONS’s mission is to support  transformation through research in consciousness and healing.

TED: “Ideas worth spreading”.

 

Environment

The Story of Stuff: Brilliant animations that summarize important issues in our relationship to the world around us.

The-Environment.net: Portal of information and resources.

 

 

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