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Your dreams can provide inner guidance and life-saving information. Since ancient Egypt and Greece, people have relied on dreaming to diagnose illness and get answers to personal life challenges. Now, dreams are making a grand reappearance in the medical arena as recent scientific research and medical pathology reports validate the diagnostic abilities of precognitive dreams. Are we stepping back into the future as modern medical tests show dreams can be Have You Met Your Physician-Within Yet??
Showcasing the important role of dreams and their power to detect illness, Dr. Larry Burk and Kathleen O'Keefe-Kanavos share amazing research and true stories of physical and emotional healings triggered by dreams. The authors explore medical studies on the diagnostic power of precognitive dreams, including Dr. Burk's own research on dreams that come true and can be medically validated. They share detailed stories-¯all confirmed by pathology reports-¯from subjects in medical research projects whose dreams diagnosed illness and helped heal their lives, including Kathleen's own story as a three-time breast cancer survivor whose dreams diagnosed her cancer even when it was missed by her doctors.
We also discuss
an introduction to dream journaling and interpretation, heling the reader to develop trust in their dreams as a spiritual source of healing and inner guidance.
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Larry Burk, M.D., C.E.H.P., President of Healing Imager, PC, specializes in teleradiology, Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), hypnosis, and dreamwork. He attended medical school and residency training at the University of Pittsburgh and later trained in acupuncture and hypnosis, becoming a Certified Energy Health Practitioner. The author of Let Magic Happen, he lives in Durham, North Carolina.
Kathleen O'Keefe-Kanavos has spent years studying and teaching about dreams. A three-time breast cancer survivor whose premonitory dreams diagnosed her cancer, she credits her survival to conventional treatment combined with her dreams as a diagnostic tool. Kathleen is one of 20 case studies from a paper on precognitive dreams that diagnosed breast cancer recently published in a medical journal. She lives in Palm Beach, Florida.