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Natural Awakenings Tucson

Understanding the Science of Energy Medicine Conference

Sep 29, 2013 07:43PM

Dr. William Tiller

The Science, Spirit and Health Symposium is holding their second annual conference, Understanding the Science of Energy Medicine, from November 8 through 10, in Tucson. The symposium intends to take a sizeable step in taking Energy Medicine further “out of the closet” and into the mainstream, featuring Dr. William Tiller, who appeared in the film, What the Bleep Do We Know? and University of Arizona scientist Dr. Gary Schwartz, as well as other nationally and locally known presenters, researchers and energy medicine practitioners.

The film, The Living Matrix, and the keynote address of the 2011 ISSEEM Conference on Energy Medicine’s History and Future by Bruce Lipton, a cellular biologist and author The Biology of Belief and Spontaneous Evolution, will be screened, as well.

Tiller will present: The Scientific Experiments that turned Orthodox Science on It’s Head! and Schwartz, author of The Sacred Promise, The Energy Healing Experiments, will present: The Energy Healing Experiments.

Art Giser, founder of Energetic NLP, will teach: What You Absolutely Need to Know About Your Energy Field. Dr. Melinda Connor, a neuropsychologist and internationally recognized researcher, will present: How Music Heals Your Brain.

Location TBD. Earlybird pricing: all three days for $99 until Oct 20. Register at For more information, email [email protected].

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