An Annotated Bibliography
In 1993, the Institute of Noetic Sciences published Spontaneous Remission: An Annotated Bibliography. In this work, the authors, Caryle Hirshberg and the late Brendan O'Regan, defined spontaneous remission as "the disappearance, complete or incomplete, of a disease or cancer without medical treatment or treatment that is considered inadequate to produce the resulting disappearance of disease symptoms or tumor."
A Medicine of Hope and Possibility | Dr. Jeffrey Rediger | TEDxNewBedford
Harvard physician, Dr. Rediger ask the question what role does the mind and spirit play in our ability to heal ourselves? In this short and powerful video, Dr. Rediger shares stories of impossible recoveries to illustrate how people can over come fatal illnesses and much more.
Dolores Cannon said often, we make ourselves sick, but we can heal ourselves, too.
In 2006, I fell into a coma as my 4-year struggle with cancer was coming to an end. While doctors rushed to attend to my frail body, I entered into a near-death experience (NDE) where I discovered one of life’s greatest truths: Heaven is not a destination; it’s a state of being. When I regained consciousness, my cancer miraculously healed and I was free of disease within weeks! Since then, I’ve heeded the call to share this powerful story—and divine lesson—with the world.
Dr. Lissa Rankin, Is There Evidence We Can Heal Ourselves TedTALKS
Dr. Masaru Emoto experiments with water. Music & consciousness affects water.
UVA DOPS Faculty: Do We Survive Death? A Look at the Evidence.
Is There Life After Death - UVA Perceptual Studies
Dr. Andrew Weil, a graduate of Harvard Medical School and is current Director of Arizona Center of Integrative Medicine where he holds the Lovell-Jones Endowed Chair in Integrative Rheumatology and is Clinical Professor of Medicine and Professor of Public Health, is bringing to main stream medical community and to our population at large the understanding people can heal themselves.
Links to university studies regarding reincarnation