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19th Annual ISSSEEM Conference to Have Richard Bartlett to Discuss the Physics of Miracles: Connecting to the Quantum Field
Date:6/23/2009

ISSSEEM or the International Society for the Study of Subtle Energies & Energy Medicine will hold their 19th annual conference June 26th through July 1st at the Westin in Westminster, Colorado.

Westminster, CO (PRWEB) June 23, 2009 -- Health professionals will be interested in attending the 19th annual ISSSEEM Conference that will begin with a research day. The presentation will be the recent research projects that have been in the works and a lecture by William Tiller on Why CAM and Energy Medicine Have a Very Different Science Foundation than Orthodox Medicine.

Based on the belief that the heart is in control of all aspects of our being from healing to emotional and spiritual processes, the six day conference will feature 20 elective choices from experts in the field of healing medicines. ISSSEEM is an organization involving the study of therapeutic and medical uses of subtle energies as well as the study of basic sciences.

Founded in 1989, the society is a non-profit based in Arvada, Colorado with 1450 members. Using education, training and research one of the purposes of ISSSEEM is to attempt to educate the public on the benefits of subtle energy to improve health. Through the membership services, ISSSEEM hopes to benefit health professionals by providing the opportunities for exchange of information as well as networking.

Dr. Richard Bartlett, D.C., N.D. will be a featured speaker on June 28th at 10:00 a.m. He and his staff will deliver a powerful introduction to the physics of miracles. Matrix Energetics will be the focus - exploring the transformation and healing that is based on the laws of focused intent, quantum physics and consciousness. Dr. Bartlett is an internationally known physician and chiropractor as well as being a doctor of Naturopathic medicine.

During the conference there will be 20 electives from leaders in their fields, including Deepak C
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