1. “Your illness is NOT your fault, but your healing IS your responsibility.” 

2. “Energy Medicine is the oldest, safest, most available, most affordable medicine there is.”

3. “You are a latticework of energies.” 

4. “Energy Medicine is both a complete system for self-care and self-help and a complement to other approaches to medical care. In energy medicine, energy is the medicine and energy is the patient. That is, the body heals by activating its natural energies (energy as the medicine). You also restore energies that have become weak, disturbed, or out of balance (energy as the patient).”

5. “Energy Medicine can address physical illness and emotional or mental disorders, and can also promote high-level wellness and peak performance.  It utilizes techniques from healing traditions such as acupuncture, yoga, kinesiology, and qi gong. Energy Medicine is the science and the art of optimizing your energies to help your body and mind function at their best.  Controlling your chemistry by managing your energies is the fast track for helping your body adapt to the challenges of the 21′s century.”

6. “In my work, there are many forms of energy that we don’t know how to measure, but can be engaged to bring about healing. These energies also have an intelligence that I find amazing.  Your body’s subtle energies are smarter than your intellect when it comes to healing you. They know how to mobilize themselves to do what is needed.  No instructions from you required.  Certain energies also carry information. Past trauma is carried in the chakras in as much detail as it is carried in the brain.”

7. “The wonderful thing is that shifts are taking place so rapidly now. Doctors have amazing skills and tools, but growing numbers have begun to recognize the limitations of a mechanistic model that ignores the body’s energies and fails to teach effective self-care.  I’m humbled now as more physicians attend my classes.  They are willing to become beginners again and learn something that is outside of the frameworks they mastered in their own training.”

8. “Energy synesthesia” is a term we have coined to describe the ability to experience, through your sensory system, subtle energies that most people do not perceive.” 

9.  “The healing use of crystals extends back to our earliest ancestors and was refined to a high art by the shamans and healers of many cultures, including the Native American Apache and Cherokee tribes.”

10.  “Diseases of the body are reflected in the aura and can be accurately diagnosed by those who can sense, see, or test subtle energy. Illness can, in fact, be recognized in the aura before it manifests in the body, allowing for accurate predictions and early intervention.”

11. “Energy medicine is both a complement to other systems of medical care and, in itself, a complete system for self-care and self-help. It can address physical illness and emotional disorders, and it can also promote wellness and peak performance.”

12. “A key concept in energy medicine is that the words “diagnosis” and “treatment” have a different meaning than they do in conventional medicine. In conventional medicine you diagnose and treat an illness. In energy medicine, you assess where the energy system needs attention and correct the energy disturbances.”

13. “Several energy fields apparently work in concert in governing fundamental biological processes, including abiofield surrounding the body, local fields concentrated in specific areas of the body, and pathways that regulate the flow of energy within the body. These fields, interestingly, correspond with energy systems that have been described in the healing traditions of other cultures. Specifically, ancient constructs adopted into our language as the aura (biofields), the chakras (local fields), and the meridians (energy pathways) are finding empirical support in modern laboratories.”

14. “Conventional medicine, at its foundation, focuses on the biochemistry of cells, tissue, and organs. Energy medicine, at its foundation, focuses on the fields that organize and control the growth and repair of cells, tissues, and organs, and on ways of influencing those fields.”

15.  “Energy medicine can address biological processes at their energetic foundations so is able to impact the full spectrum of physical conditions.”

16. “The first pillar in energy medicine’s ability to address the shortcomings of contemporary health care strategies is in its reach, its ability to safely influence the energies that underlie all biological processes in ways the biomedical paradigm cannot.”

17. “Energy medicine uses the term “energy” in two senses. Energy is the medicine, and energy is also the patient. You heal the body by activating its natural healing energies (energy as the “medicine”), and you also heal the body by restoring energies that have become weak, disturbed, or out of balance (energy as the “patient”).”

18. “An essential difference between energy medicine and conventional medicine involves the concepts of diagnosis and treatment. Energy medicine is concerned with the person as an integrated energetic system, impacting body, mind, and spirit.”

19. “Energy Medicine is based on the understanding that any physical, mental, or behavioral problem has a counterpart in the body’s energies and can be treated at that level. Every conceivable health problem, psychological challenge, or dysfunctional habit can be improved if not overcome by intelligently shifting the energies in the body that are maintaining that condition.”

20. “The first practitioner of energy medicine is you. We are required today to live in conscious partnership with our body’s energy systems if we are to live fully. And it is easier than you might imagine to learn how to mobilize inner forces that enhance your health, empower your mind, and brighten your spirit.”