Despite my business interest in alternative therapies ... I wasn't the least bit interested in them. I had no desire to meet any healers myself. I refused to meditate. I developed an absolute aversion to wind chimes, New Age music and conversations on the benefits of organic gardening. I smoked while drinking coffee by the gallon, still fashioning myself after an image of a hard-boiled newspaper reporter. I was not at all primed for a mystical experience. -- Caroline Myss, Ph.D.
Caroline Myss, Ph.D., is helping millions of individuals heal from a soul level. Through her work as a medical intuitive, author and international speaker on mysticism, power and healing, she is helping people wake up to their personal power and learn how to use it wisely and lovingly.
Initially a newspaper journalist, she left journalism to get a master's degree in theology. She eventually joined forces with two partners and started a publishing company publishing books about healing methods and alternative therapies. Although she had a business interest in these things, she says she had no interest in becoming personally involved in alternative therapies, or even meeting any healers. Life then took her by surprise.
"I was not at all primed for a mystical experience," she says in her bestselling book, Anatomy of the Spirit.
Caroline found that her perceptual abilities were becoming quite keen. "For instance, a friend would mention that someone he knew was not feeling well and an insight into the cause of the problem would pop into my head. I was uncannily accurate and word of it spread through the local community."
It is now 30 years later and because Caroline was courageous enough to live her truth as a medical intuitive, she has changed the lives of millions of people. Caroline's gifts include being able to sense where someone is losing their life force, how soon that person will become ill, where that illness will likely locate and why they will get that illness.
What makes Caroline's work unique is that she marries mysticism with action. She teaches and writes about the "unseen" world, while making the lessons practical and tangible. Through her work, she helps people get honest with themselves, with others and most importantly, their soul.
The journey is about becoming mystics outside of the monastery. -- Caroline Myss
What's so exciting to me is that her work has opened the doors for many health professionals to practice medicine differently. In 1996, she and Harvard-trained neurosurgeon Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D., founded the Institute for the Science of Medical Intuition, which funds research in the field. Caroline herself partners with doctors providing them intuitive information that can help them better serve their patients.
In 2003, Caroline established her own educational institute, CMED (Caroline Myss Education), which offers a range of programs devoted to personal development, spirituality and human consciousness research.
Caroline says that over time she has become more comfortable in the life of someone falling into mysticism.
One of the most poignant lessons I have taken from her work is this: Your biography becomes your biology. In other words, if you don't heal your spirit, you are endangering your physical body and putting yourself at great risk for illness and disease. Instead, she encourages individuals to focus their attention on learning to interpret their life's challenges symbolically -- and find meaning in them. This step alone has helped me tremendously.
Thank you Caroline for your incredibly courageous and groundbreaking goddess work. I look forward to you continuing to live and speak your truth!
Caroline Myss, Ph.D., will be teaching at the I Can Do It! 2010 conference in San Diego, May 14 -16. Click here for more information.
Tabby Biddle, M.S.Ed., is a writer/editor dedicated to amplifying the voices of women changemakers. She specializes in the areas of health and wellness, women's empowerment, personal growth and spirituality. She lives in Santa Monica, CA. For more information, visit her website.
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