Learn from Wendie Colter, medical intuitive and founder of The Practical Path, and Dr. Paul Mills about the latest study on medical intuition. Medical Intuition is a system of expanded perception gained through the human sense of intuition which is designed to assist health care providers in a cost-effective, targeted approach to a patient’s presenting concern. In this exploratory study, Wendie and Paul found that the Medical Intitutives included in the study were able to locate and evaluate, with 94% accuracy, the participant’s primary physical issue. Although more research is needed, this exploratory study suggests that Medical Intuitives can accurately identify their patients’ physical complaints.
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The Science of Healing Summit
March 15-19, 2021
Join Dr. Paul Mills and Dr. Shamini Jain for the Science of Healing Summit, March 15-19, and learn more about the practice of Medical Intuition from Wendie Coulter as well as more than 35 of today’s highly sought-after scientists, healers, physicians, researchers, and inspiring spiritual teachers.
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Wendie Colter, CMIP, CEG, is a Certified Medical Intuitive Practitioner, Certified Wellness Coach, and founder/CEO of The Practical Path, Inc., presenting intuitive development programs for wellness professionals. Wendie is a Fellowship faculty member for the Academy of Integrative Health & Medicine (AIHM), and rotating faculty at Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine’s IMER program. She also serves on the Bioenergy & Health Committee of the Integrative Health Policy Consortium (IHPC), Washington, DC. Wendie has successfully trained doctors, nurses and wellness professionals from every discipline.
Paul Mills, Ph.D. is a long-standing National Institutes of Health (NIH)-supported clinical investigator with expertise in psychoneuroimmune processes in wellness and in disease, with a current focus on integrative medicine. He is director of the UC San Diego Clinical Research Biomarker Laboratory and Co-director of the UC San Diego CTRI’s Translational Research Technology (TRT) Laboratories Program. He is currently serving as director of research at the Chopra Center for Wellbeing.