integrative medicine

Biofeedback – A Valuable Tool for Improving Health
The term biofeedback refers to a wide range of modalities that can be used to train people to improve their health by using information from their own bodies. For instance, we use simple biofeedback whenever we take our temperature or weigh ourselves and then use that information to decide how best to care for ourselves.  

Health practitioners and clients now have access through smartphone digital technology that allows them to obtain measurements of various internal body functions such as galvanic skin resistance (GSR), heart rate variability (HRV), and brain waves and use that information to coach and train their clients to improve a wide variety of physical and emotional challenges as well as to improve Heart and Brain Coherence. 

You may not know where the economy is headed or whether real estate will be stable, but one thing’s for sure: if you plan to invest in education, healthcare is the most secure investment you can make. The higher the professional credentials you hold, the higher the likelihood of earning a good income in these unstable times. Earning a master’s or a doctorate degree will qualify you for the best paid jobs in the healthcare industry.

Back in August 2015, I wrote a blog post about the Oath of Hippocrates saying that

Medical universities should either totally abandon the tradition of repeating the Hippocratic Oath at graduation, meaningless in the context of what conventional medicine represents today, defined in the previous century by choices aligned with a materialist model of science and an incomplete understanding of the human reality, or honor the spirit of this legendary tradition…”

Recently, I came across an article by Melissa Bailey called So long, Hippocrates. Medical Students Choose Their Own Oaths outlining how new medical students are choosing to write their own Oaths and bypass the Hippocrates original until there is almost no resemblance left.

What exactly is consciousness and how does it relate to medicine? Well, consciousness has numerous facets such as how we perceive our world, our thoughts, being self-aware, our intentions and more.

“Looking for consciousness in the brain is like looking in the radio for the announcer.” – Nasseim Haramein, director of research for the Resonance Project