Mel Schwartz, LCSW

The Possibility Podcast With Mel Schwartz Episode 034: Beyond the MindBody Connection

When we speak of the mind-body connection, we remain stuck in an old paradigm. Mind and body appear as one, so the word “connection” is misleading. Why would we ever think that mind and body were separate?

In this episode of The Possibility Podcast with Mel Schwartz, Mel interviews Dr. Ken Pelletier, scholar in the field of the brain-emotion continuum, author of 13 books, and clinical professor of medicine listed in Who’s Who in the World. We explore the mind’s ability to not only heal us but to construct our life experiences.

In our dialogue, we move beyond the boundaries of the limiting beliefs that constrain our lives as we open to the infinite power of the mind. When the mind and body act in a healthy concert, we can optimize our lives.

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