Integrative Medicine and Nutrition Symposium at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) School of Medicine

Date: March 21, 2020
UCSF Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco

Mind Over Medicine:
Scientific Proof You Can Heal Yourself

Paradoxically, the body is fully equipped to spontaneously heal much of what ails us, especially in the realm of chronic illness, but most people can’t heal alone and need help healing the psycho-spiritual traumas that cause the nervous system to respond to painful thoughts, beliefs, feelings, and experiences it experiences as threats. When the nervous system is in stress response, the body’s natural self-healing mechanisms are disabled, making the body vulnerable to chronic disease. But when we heal trauma and make proactive changes in our lives to reduce triggers and restore relaxation responses in the body, even seemingly impossible cures become possible, as is evidenced by thousands of case studies of “spontaneous remission” in the medical literature. In this talk, we’ll discuss the scientific evidence supporting mind-body-spirit medicine, as well as Six Steps To Healing Yourself, which can be applied personally or with patients as disease prevention or treatment.

Art of Living Retreat Center

Date: September 13–18, 2020
639 Whispering Hills Rd, Boone, NC 28607

Sacred Medicine

Are you in the “space between stories,” in recovery from illness, injury, or trauma, or just looking to deepen your spiritual journey? Physician, author, and spiritual healing researcher Lissa Rankin has spent the past eight years traveling the globe, working with shamans, spiritual healers, trauma therapists, sages, and gurus in a quest to unravel the mysteries of miraculous healings. In this experiential workshop based on her upcoming bookSacred Medicine, you’ll have a chance to directly experience the fruits of Dr. Rankin’s quest, as she shares with you the tools she has been gifted from the medicine bags of these master healers. Expect singing, dancing, ritual, journaling, dream weaving, art, “magic camp,” laughter, tears, and deep intimate connection, both with yourself and with others in the workshop.

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