Dr. Norm Shealy has 12 patents in the field of Energy Medicine, has published 28 books and over 300 articles.
Dr. Shealy began using acupuncture in 1966 and added electrical stimulation of the needles.
Transformational Dialogue host, Dr. Craig Weiner explores with Dr. Norman Shealy, methods and techniques for affecting the energetic and other systems of the body through the stimulation of meridians in ways that you may not be aware are possible.
C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D. is President of Holos Institutes of Health, Inc, a 501-C-3 organization, focusing on holistic research, education and education. He was founding President of the American Holistic Medical Association in 1978. He was founding President of Holos University Graduate Seminary and is now Professor Emeritus of Energy Medicine.
His next book From Birth to Bliss will be out in the fall.
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HOST: Craig Weiner, DC is an innovative Chiropractor dedicated to the integration and dissemination of information that supports individuals in living health, extraordinary lives. He is the creator of The Transformational Dialogues LIVE on Whidbey Island, Washington and the host of ChangeYourMind! Radio. He has published numerous articles, most recently in Lilipoh Magazine titled Where Brains and Energy Converge; The Development of EFT and Energy Psychology. While still maintaining a private practice, together with his wife Alina Frank, EFT Universe trainer, they spend much of their time training individuals committed to healing from trauma and achieving physical and emotional well-being. Further information regarding a free subscription to his monthly Transformational Living News, private practice, trainings, audios/videos, and online relationship courses, go to www.transformationalpathways.com. To schedule a private session, call 360 331 5565 or email [email protected]
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