Hay House Radical Remission Summit Daily Event Calendar and Speaker Lineup
Sunday, March 22nd, 2020-Day 7: Deepening Your Spiriual Connection and Spiritual Practices
All around the world, there are countless individuals who can attest to the incredible healing energy of the Divine—a religious or secular greater power. In this episode, discover two individuals who created and committed to their unique spiritual connections and spiritual practices.
MEET TODAY’S SURVIVORS OF CANCER & ALS
DAY 7 OF THE HAY HOUSE RADICAL REMISSION SUMMIT 2020
Radical Remission from: Esophogeal Cancer
Description: After being diagnosed with esophageal cancer, Ken Hatten used spiritually-infused guided imagery to imagine his whole body healed—a practice that eventually contributed to his radical recoveryin justthree months, without ever needing any conventional medical treatment.
Pastor Charles Goodwin
Survivor of: ALS
Description:Pastor Charles Goodman, Jr. was diagnosed with ALS during his junior year of college and was told that he had only two years to live. That night, he got down on his knees and prayed to God, asking for direction. A few months later, he started spontaneously preaching. Little by little, he recovered full use of his body and is still alive, nine years later to share his radical remission from ALS survivor story.
He is also here to share his meaningful spiritual connection and spiritual practices that help with his remission from ALS.
Day 7 Deepening Spiriutal Connection & Spiritual Practices Radical Remission Speaker Lineup of Experts
Extensively awarded for her clinical research, Shamini Jain, Ph.D., is the founder and Director of the Consciousness and Healing Initiative.
Shamini Jain, Ph.D.,graduated Columbia University with a B.A. in Neuroscience and Behavior,and later received her Ph.D. degree from the SDSU/UC San Diego Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology. She is the founder and Director of the Consciousness and Healing Initiative, a collaborationacceleratingthepractice of healing. She’s been featured in TIME, CNN, and more, and been extensively awarded for her research by scientific societies including the American Psychosomatic Society.
Shamini Jain will discuss her experience with the significance of spiritual connection and spiritual practices for radical remission in her practice.
Harvard University faculty member Jeffrey Rediger,M.D.,M. Div.’s work on spirituality and science has been featured on Oprah, TEDx, and more.
Holding a Masters of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary, Jeffrey Rediger, M.D., M.Div., is concerned with the connection between theology and science. He is a faculty member at Harvard Medical School in Boston, and the Medical Director of the McLean Southeast Adult Psychiatric Program and Community Affairs at McLean Hospital. His work has been featured on the Oprah WinfreyShow, Anderson Cooper 360,Dr. Oz,and TEDx, and more.
Harvard magna cum laude graduate Aaron Teich is a counselor, healer, and meditation teacher specializing in Kundalini Yoga.
After graduating magna cum laude from Harvard University, Aaron Teich completedthe Master’s Touch Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training with Yogi Bhajan in New Mexico.T o complement that, as well as his Sat Nam Rasayan trainingand studies with Guru Dev Singh, Aaron became a licensed acupuncturist and earned adegree in Traditional Chinese Medicine. He has studied with healers, yogis, and shamans in 10 different countries, and has been practicing and teaching Kundalini yoga for over 15 years.
Aaron will bring his perspective on the topic of spiritual practices and spiritual connection as they relate to radical remission of terminal illness.
A clinical practitioner and instructor of Ancient Chinese Medicine, Bryan McMahon, L.Ac, mentors and lectures across the globe.
Bryan McMahon, L.Ac, is a clinical practitioner of acupuncture, herbal medicine, and Chinese bodywork, with degrees from Middlebury College and Beijing University of Chinese Medicine. He spent much of his life in Asia, and his clinical strategies are firmly rooted in eight years of traditional apprenticeship toDr. Li Xin, one of the leading clinicians in China today. He currently divides his time between clinical practice at the Center for Natural Medicine and instruction in clinical medicine at NUNM, along with lecturing.
Bryan will be sharing his perspective on deepening a spiritual practice and a spiritual connection in life in general and as it relates to overcoming serious illness and disease.
A recipient of a MacArthur Prize Fellowship, Harvard and Yale graduate Michael Lerner, Ph.D., is president and co-founder of Commonweal.
MichaelLerner, Ph.D., holds a B.A. from Harvard University and a Ph.D.from Yale University. Heis the president and co-founder of Commonweal, where he works extensively with its Cancer Help Program, Healing Circles, and The New School at Commonweal. He was the recipient of a MacArthur Prize Fellowship for contributions to public health in 1983 and is author of Choices in Healing: Integrating the Best of Conventional and Complementary Therapies.
Michael will share his insights as to the connection between radical remission and spiritual connection and spiritual practices.
HOST of the Radical Remission Summit 2020
Kelly Turner, PhD
A Harvard-trained researcher, Kelly Turner, Ph.D. is the author of the New York Times bestseller Radical Remission: Surviving Cancer Against All Odds and the highly anticipated Radical Hope: 10 Healing Factors from Exceptional Survivors of Cancer & Other Diseases (March 2020).
Kelly partnered with Hay House to develop this 10-episode docuseries featuring many of the survivors from her books. Each episode addresses one of the 10 healing factors she discovered while analyzing over 1,500 cases of radical remissions from cancer.
This docuseries will share those survivor and radical remission from cancer and terminal illness stories and the healing approaches they used after receiving their terminal diagnoses.
The event begins on March 16th 2020–but you can register here now!