A Free Virtual Event
Featuring Former President and CEO of
the Institute of Noetic Sciences
Dr. Marilyn Schlitz
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Unlock the power of your intention to create optimal health and increase your happiness through simple, cutting-edge, scientifically verified practices.

Did you know that people who have close friendships live longer, healthier lives?

As it turns out, your health can be influenced by far more factors than Western society and modern science once thought. Love, for example can be powerful medicine, prayers can affect real changes in our bodies, and social support can mean the difference between life and death.

If you’re curious about WHY this is so and, more importantly, what simple things you can do to improve the quality and length of your life, we invite you to a special call event with the brilliant Dr. Marilyn Schlitz.

Marilyn has been at the forefront of fascinating work in integrative medicine, consciousness research, and healing.

She will take you into barely charted waters that open up a new understanding of who we are and how we thrive. She’ll reveal why (and how) consciousness is the “x-factor” in achieving radiant health and deep healing.

This new paradigm of health originates in consciousness and finds expression in your body, mind, heart, and soul as well as your relationships and community.

In fact, a growing body of research shows our consciousness is not as separate as you may have once thought. We are connected in both obvious and surprising ways.

For example, research is showing that we naturally start to resonate with each other in relationship, and become neurobiologically entrained. In our most intimate relationships, our own and our partners’ thoughts and emotions can influence the ways we navigate stress, and in turn our health and happiness.

On an even subtler level, in studies with Tibetan tonglen meditation, researchers had healthy partners of people with cancer send compassionate intention to their partner. Even at a distance, results showed measurable shifts in the physiology of the sick partners. In other words, these consciousness effects happen even at a distance!

In many traditional cultures, healing has been seen to flow from collective harmony. For example, the Kalahari did healing trance dances to restore harmony in the tribe in order to cure disease in the individual — something akin to harnessing the “ the field effect” of consciousness.

Understanding and utilizing this emergent paradigm of healing for your life requires melding the skills of a scientist, doctor, and anthropologist who crosses cultural boundaries to mine common practices from ancient to modern cultures, which is precisely what Dr. Schlitz guides you to do.

She is a fountain of both scientific knowledge and healing wisdom, thanks to 30 years of study with leading-edge scientists, healers, shamans, and others.

During this special call event with her, you’ll:

  • Receive a more complete picture of how healing happens through consciousness
  • Discovered the power of expectancy in creating pain and discomfort (and what you can do to shift it)
  • Recognize the importance of loving relationships in any healing process
  • Receive insights into the remarkable new findings that show you can consciously influence your genetics, as well as our endocrine and immune system
  • Learn the 5 basic components of transformative healing practice, which you can apply in your life

Join us for a fascinating hour at the frontiers of science, consciousness and healing!

It’s time to set aside the simplistic idea of healing as a purely individual act centered in the body... and Dr. Schlitz will reveal how and why true holistic health for all of us requires healthy relationships and community.

You’ll also get to hear about the exciting launch of a brand new 7-week program with Dr. Schlitz that takes you much further.

What People Are Saying About Marilyn Schlitz...

Marilyn Schlitz is a superb teacher and scientist who has dedicated her life to compassionately enlightening people and stretching the bounds of limited scientific thinking to encompass the spiritual and intuitive.
— Judith Orloff, MD

Marilyn is a gifted polymath and an exemplar of the postmodern approach to consciousness. As an anthropologist, she brings wisdom and respect for the world’s cultural traditions. As a soulful scientist, she has made it her mission to engage the great mystery of transformation. Her pioneering research on the science of consciousness provides a solid base for the mercurial study of who we really are. As a healer, she speaks directly to a fundamental source of suffering and seeks to guide us toward a new cure. And as a spiritual practitioner and gifted teacher, Marilyn leads us by example, sharing glimpses of her own transformation through her role as cultural scribe.
— Deepak Chopra, MD

Marilyn Schlitz’s work shows us that the limits of human growth are not fixed and opens new windows on our capacities for self-transcendence. As both an anthropologist and consciousness researcher, she leads us through a panoramic vista of worldviews on healing and transformation. She invites us to examine our deepest assumptions about human existence.
— Michael Murphy

Far beyond a self-help teacher, Marilyn represents a master who’s through research offers her students a compass, map, log and vessel for a deeper exploration into a most important journey: your life, now, as well as your death, sooner or later, on a not-too-distant shore.
— J. Paul De Vierville, PhD

Marilyn Schlitz’s work represents a milestone in our understanding of consciousness and healing. It invites the participation of the whole person, encouraging each of us to tune into our inner voice to discover our own experience of healing.
— Gerald Jampolsky, MD

About Marilyn Schlitz

Marilyn Schlitz, PhD is a social anthropologist, researcher, award-winning writer and charismatic public speaker. She serves as President Emeritus and a Senior Fellow at the Institute of Noetic Sciences. Additionally, she is a Senior Scientist at the California Pacific Medical Center, where she focuses on health and healing, and a board member of Pacifica Graduate Institute.

For more than 30 years, Marilyn has been a leader in the field of consciousness studies. Her research and extensive publications focus on personal and social transformation, cultural pluralism, extended human capacities and mind body medicine. She has a depth of leadership experience in government, business and the not-for-profit sectors. Her broad and varied work has given her a unique ability to help individuals and organizations identify and develop personal and interpersonal skills and capacities needed by 21st century leaders.

Marilyn is the author of Consciousness and Healing: Integral Approaches to Mind Body Medicine, Living Deeply: The Art and Science of Transformation in Everyday Life and Death Makes Life Possible. She also wrote and produced a feature film, Death Makes Life Possible, with Deepak Chopra, that has appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Network. She is currently creating enrichment programs for lifelong learning and health professionals.