Schultz's basic treatise is that the body is continuously sending us messages through symptoms and symbols to get our attention. By heeding these messages and using intuition to decode them, we can make changes that enhance our health and emotional well-being.
Schultz is a physician, neuropsychiatrist, and neuroscientist who has worked as a "medical intuitive" for more than a decade. Far from claiming extraordinary powers, Schultz believes we are all intuitive and can train ourselves to tap into our resources. "It's a real down-to-earth capacity that is available to anyone willing to tune in his transmitter and listen in to what's being broadcast," writes Schultz. "The information it offers us is practical, and it can immeasurably improve and enrich our lives." --Joan Price --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Whether you are studying reiki, trying to heal yourself, mind/body therapy, or just curious, Mona Lisa's book is a good purchase. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Chris
Some good insights, we use it for a church discussion group. Lots of irrelevant materials (for me anyway.) Will put it in church rummage sale when done.Published 5 months ago by Rodney M. Cole
Excellent! Dr Schulz does a beautiful job of blending medical knowledge with energy psychology and intuition. One read was not enough.....am reading it for the second time.Published 9 months ago by Janet Colvin
So far this is a good read. I am not finished but this goes well with Mona Lisa's other book, The Intuitive Advisor.Published 15 months ago by Nicole LaConti
I was happy with what this book was telling me until I read things that I don't believe in that I wouldn't proscribe. I will sell it as soon as I can.Published 18 months ago by Sherry Forsyth
Just to add to what's already been said in other reviews. The book gives the impression that if you are aware of your mind, body, emotional connection that this might prevent... Read morePublished on November 16, 2011 by Joseph Pulsoni
As a doctor who is interested in all aspects of healing and asks the "why" as much as the "how" , I found this book to be a source of much information, a guiding light. Read morePublished on April 23, 2011 by Zunaira
As a former patient of hers here in Maine I can tell you this. Medical degrees do NOT make the person. This Dr. was a horrible medical practitioner in every way. Read morePublished on January 25, 2010 by Thomas fletcher