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Essential Tools for Whole Person Healthcare: Part 2 of 3

by Marilyn Schlitz & Elizabeth Valentina Introduction Welcome back for Part Two of three. In Part One we reviewed 1 – 4 of twelve basic tools that are important in practicing whole person healthcare, based on the tremendous insights of health care practitioners. These included: examine your worldview, take an integral perspective, develop healing relationships, […]

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Essential Tools for Whole Person Healthcare: Part 1 of 3

by Marilyn Schlitz & Elizabeth Valentina Introduction Great strides have been made in the study of whole person healthcare. Integrating body, mind and spirit has become a key dimension of health education, prevention and treatment. Despite many advances in a wide range of holistic approaches, however, our health care system remains primarily disease-centered rather than focused […]

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Interview with LILIPOH on Death Makes Life Possible

Lisa Reagan of LILIPOH Magazine interviewed Deepak  Chopra and me about the upcoming Death Makes Life Possible film for their Winter 2013 edition. Download the PDF of the full article here: Death Makes Life Possible LILIPOH Spring 2013 This article will soon appear in Mandrin. Science is very influenced by the dominant paradigm of materialism, but it […]

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Seeding our Future, Minding our Past

Before the rain drenched winter was over, I got the spring itch. I made my way to the Petaluma Seed Bank, eager to begin my small backyard garden again. This wondrous Seed Bank, housed in an historical building from the days of the California gold rush, specializes in heirlooms, free from genetic engineering and artificial […]

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Marilyn Schlitz on Ask Deepak

Marilyn Schlitz joins Deepak Chopra to explore the idea of nonlocality.  Marilyn discusses some recent experiments and research protocols for looking at psychic healing and seeing how the mind can be used to effect physical changes in ourselves and others. How is this possible? Why is this type of research relevant to more mainstream medical […]

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Final Passages: Research on Near Death and the Experience of Dying

I just returned from an exciting conference held at the biotech company, Promega. The meeting was entitled Final Passages: Research on Near Death & the Experience of Dying. This eleventh in a series of bioethics forums was held in Madison, WI, April 26–27, 2012, and focused on scientific research into social and ethical issues around dying […]

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A Path Forward: Embracing Our Creative Imagination

It’s been quite a year — and it’s barely April. Extreme political unrest is underway throughout the Middle East. Earthquakes rock New Zealand, China, California and Japan. Shifting plates and tsunami waves in the Pacific Ocean have nuclear power plants perched on the edge of explosion. Like many, I track these global events through social […]

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