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The Quantum Doctor - A Quantum Physicist Explains the Healing Power of Integral Medicine - cover

The Quantum Doctor - A Quantum Physicist Explains the Healing Power of Integral Medicine

Amit Goswami

Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing

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For quantum physicist Amit Goswami, medicine is a timely area of application for the new science based on the primacy of consciousness. This new science has a spectacular ability to integrate conventional science, spirituality, and healing. If any field needs integration, says Goswami, it is medicine and healing.Goswami boldly reinterprets the leading methods of alternative medicine--homeopathy, Chinese medicine, acupuncture, Ayurveda, and conventional medicine in this new edition of his popular book. He shows how these seemingly different models can be combined into a new system of integrative medicine and offers profound insights into the relationship between physics and consciousness.This approach offers physicians and patients a whole new way of applying healthcare with a greater potential for healing and could be the basis for a major paradigm shift in medicine.
Available since: 07/15/2011.
Print length: 320 pages.

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