I am overwhelmed with joy and excitement by the ever-increasing scientific research done by Western medicine and physics that has been released over the last five decades. I am thrilled to find these significant case studies that endorse what I have been practicing since 1970. It inspires me to continue learning and strengthening my belief in integrated medicine. The following statements, publications, and research are some of my favorite examples. Please read these books to find more answers to your questions and to feel confident about my teaching of, “We are what we believe, believe with faith.”
Deepak Chopra describes in his book “Quantum Healing” that light can manifest as either a wavelike invisible energy or particles that are visible materials. Furthermore, this same phenomenon takes place in our mind, like time interrelating with visible bodies and creatures in nature. He is one of the most well-known pioneers of holistic medicine with a background in Western medicine that he integrates with traditional East Indian, Ayurveda medicine. He learned Transcendental Meditation from the founder, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, and applied it in his practices with marvelous results. Deepak confirms that healing originates and takes place deep in our higher consciousness. He researched how this sudden, illogical, and spontaneous quantum leap for healing happens through changes in our minds and brains on a DNA level.
Dr. Richard Gerber, author of “Vibrational Medicine” published in early 2000, explained that matter and energy are now known to be interchangeable and that their particles are actually made of frozen packets of light, a quantum of electromagnetic energy. Dr. Larry Dossey, the author of “Healing Words,” commented in his book that Dr. Richard Gerber has provided a “valuable step in thinking about the higher reaches of human beings beyond mechanics and to the domain of mind and spirit.” He also shows how these issues will become crucial factors in the medicine of the future.
“Unlocking the Mysteries of Birth, Death and Everything in Between” is a book on a Buddhist’s view of life. Daisaku Ikeda, the author, is also the third president of Soka Gakkai International and a spiritual leader for millions around the world. This book explores the philosophical intricacies of Nichiren Buddhism. President Ikeda shares his insights on Buddhism, life’s perplexing riddles, and the phases of birth, aging, and death. This book really taught me about Buddhist Medicine. I pay great reverence to his decades of teaching Nichiren Buddhism and the propagation of world peace. Good health is judged not only on physiological diagnosis but also on a holistic view of life that includes spiritual elements. Illnesses is an opportunity to attain a higher state of Life. Illness gives rise to the reserve to attain the way .
Dr. Lissa Rankin’s book, “Mind over Medicine: Scientific Proof That You Can Heal Yourself,” explores the concept of the body’s innate ability to self-repair and emphasizes how our mind’s power can be harnessed to activate this remarkable ability. Dr. Rankin presents compelling scientific data that demonstrates the detrimental effects of loneliness, depression, and anxiety among other mental states. Conversely, she reveals how nurturing intimate relationships, practicing gratitude, engaging in meditation, and expressing our authentic selves can activate the body’s inherent self-healing properties.
Dr. Jo Marchant released her research in a book called, “CURE: Journey into the Science of Mind Over Body.” As Dr. Lissa Rankin collected significant case studies of placebo effects, Dr. Jo Marchant reported other significant records of his clinical research and data about the healing power of mental and brain function. You may call this “psycho-immuno-genetics effects.”
In Dr. Kelly Turner’s “Radical Remission,” she reported nine key factors among cancer patients who had a dramatic remission after being given a death sentence. Five issues are related to our spirituality, such as “Follow your instincts, live positively, connect to your soul, release your emotions, and have a clear reason why you want to live.” You will be amazed that there are so many natural and spontaneous remissions and cures recorded in this remarkable book. The healing phenomena talked about in this book are often difficult to admit in the mind of someone more scientifically oriented and logical, but I would say these principles come before science. When we deal with human life, there are always odds and 1+1 is not always 2. There are areas where we can not explain the phenomenon by science alone.