"Do you remember how electrical currents and ‘unseen waves’ were laughed at? The knowledge about man is still in its infancy." -- Albert Einstein
Emotional health, is one of the areas that cause more head-scratching than certainty. One of the most fiercely discussed topics is whether feelings such as anxiety or sadness are created by our mind or created by biochemical changes in our brain.
Medical research has mainly focused on a physiological solution to emotional problems. But what came first—the chicken or the egg? Are neurotransmitter imbalances in the brain the root cause of fear and anxiety, or are they just a biochemical symptom of consciousness-created emotions?
And what if there is another explanation for what causes our emotions – an explanation that potentially changes our entire view on health and well-being?
My guest on this episode of Get Real is Eileen Day McKusick, a pioneering researcher in the fields of electric health and therapeutic sound... READ MORE
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