Dawson Church, Ph.D.
Learn simple transformational practices to unlock pathways to a more vibrant and energized life
By now you’ve probably heard the buzz about epigenetics – the new scientific discipline that shows our genetic patterns are not permanently fixed at birth, but actually evolve their expression as we grow and learn.
In other words, your life experiences can reshape how your genes are expressed and you can literally affect your cellular pathways, which can dramatically impact your health and well-being, your longevity, and the way in which your body handles disease.
While this science is in its infancy, there are remarkable and practical implications for anyone who is committed to living their full potential. Epigenetic research is pointing us away from being genetically “doomed” by the hand we are dealt, and empowering us to sculpt our bodies with practices that result in positive genetic expression.
One simple example has to do with stress. When you learn to reduce or manage stress better, you can turn off genes that cause your body to age more quickly or become more prone to disease.
Dawson Church, PhD, author of The Genie in Your Genes, is one of the leading pioneers in synthesizing the science of epigenetics with frontier health and well-being practices. A brilliant scientist, Dawson has the heart of a healer and the creative curiosity of an explorer.
In this one-hour free event, Dawson will introduce this new science to you – separating facts from fiction – and show how epigenetics connects to transformational practices, such as mindfulness meditation and EFT tapping.
He’ll show you what this new science means for you in terms of preventing or treating disease and accessing truly vibrant health.
For example, many alternative healing modalities affect pathways in the body that, in turn, affect endocrine and nervous function and then shift the cellular environment – having a profound effect on genetic expression. As we learn which practices “turn on” helpful genes and “turn off” less harmful ones, we heal more effectively.
When you build upon this science, you discover that there are powerful ways that you can boost your energy, enhance your health, and even potentially extend your lifespan by working with your genes.
It’s all about shifting from being the victim of your genes, to accessing your ability to influence them.
If you’re fascinated by the interface of science, spirituality, health and conscious evolution – this will be a mind-expanding adventure at the leading edge of what we know.
During this special call event, you’ll learn:
- How stress and relaxation both send epigenetic signals to your whole body
- Practical examples of how you can use this knowledge to trip your own genetic switches
- Research that shows this can lengthen your life by 9 to 14 years
- Which methods – meditation, EFT tapping, neurofeedback – work, and why
- How to identify which techniques will work best for your unique body
- The “Epigenetic Health Spiral” and how it can uplevel your health – at any age
Join us for a riveting session with a truly fascinating and brilliant individual.
About Dawson Church, PhD
Dawson Church has edited or authored many books in the fields of health, psychology and spirituality. He has collaborated on articles with many of the leading voices of our time, including Larry Dossey, Bernie Siegel, Caroline Myss, Barry Sears and John Gray. He earned his doctorate in Integrative Healthcare at Holos University, under the mentorship of distinguished neurosurgeon Norman Shealy, MD, PhD, founder of the American Holistic Medical Association. He went on to receive a postgraduate PhD in Natural Medicine. Church and Shealy coauthored a compendious survey of spiritual healing throughout history called “Soul Medicine.”
Church founded the National Institute for Integrative Healthcare (NIIH.org), a nonprofit dedicated to education and research into science-based medical interventions which use consciousness and energy as primary modalities. He is the author of several studies published in peer-reviewed journals, and lectures at many medical and psychology conferences each year. He presents workshops on peak performance for athletes and organizations through EFT Power Training. He performed the first randomized blind trial of EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) for athletes, the first study of EFTs effects on healthcare workers, and a large nationwide study of PTSD in war veterans as part of the Veterans Stress Project.
Dawson Church’s research summarizes the biomedical evidence for consciousness-based treatments.The Genie in Your Genes outlines the latest studies on the effects of psycho-spiritual experiences on gene expression, and predicts that consciousness will reach the front-line of medicine in the coming decade. It has been hailed as a brilliant contribution to the literature by many reviewers.