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Medical Doctor Creates 'Mantra Medicine' Company
Date:9/15/2009

HIGH POINT, N.C., Sept. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Mitchell Earl Gibson, a board-certified medical doctor in High Point, North Carolina, has formed a company that creates mantra and prayer-meditation-based recordings.

Hundreds of research studies have shown that mantras, prayer and meditation techniques can successfully lower blood pressure, help decrease chronic pain, anxiety, digestive problems and ease emotional problems. In many cases, these studies have shown that as little as twenty minutes of daily meditation with mantras can have profound effects on the body.

Dr. Gibson investigated hundreds of ancient texts in order to discover the most powerful healing mantras and prayers from around the world. He made recordings of those mantras and mixed them with soothing meditative music. He gave a number of depressed and anxious clients the recordings and instructed them to meditate with the CD once daily in addition to their regular medical treatment.

He discovered that in those patients who used the meditation recordings, their depressive illness responded better to treatment and remitted more quickly. Furthermore, patients being treated for anxiety responded more quickly to treatment and were more compliant with therapy.

"The effectiveness of prayer and meditation as adjuncts to healing has now become widely accepted," states Dr. Gibson, "We provide a much-needed resource for quality prayer and meditation products."

Dr. Gibson is board-certified in psychiatry and neurology and has retired from medical practice in order to devote his time to the study of mantras and meditation. He is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine and he was Chief Resident of Psychiatry at the Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia. He is a former Chief of Staff at the East Valley Camelback Hospital in Mesa Arizona.

After several years of observing the success of their recordings, Dr. Gibson and his wife Kathy Gibson, a graduate of the University of Southern California and a former sales executive at Alltel Corporation, decided to form a company called TYBRO.COM.

TYBRO.COM, has released over two dozen healing meditation recordings designed to be used in conjunction with a patient's existing medical treatment.

"Mantra medicine is a tool that patients can use to help facilitate their own healing process," states Kathy Gibson.

In some cases, Dr. Gibson has noted surprising improvement in medical conditions unrelated to the psychiatric treatment patients were receiving.

"In one case, I saw a six-year-old girl who had been on a number of different sedative medications with no effect. We gave her a copy of one of our most effective mantra recordings, The Miracle Prayer, as well as a backup prescription for sleep aides. Two weeks later, parents informed us that the child was sleeping well and never needed the pills.

"In another case, I was treating a lady for severe depression who was also diabetic and was scheduled to have eye surgery. We treated her with antidepressants and psychotherapy for her depression. We asked her to meditate daily with one of our recordings called The Words of Power for Healing. Two weeks later her depression was much better but also to our surprise, her eye doctors discovered that her eye condition had spontaneously recovered and she no longer required surgery."

One of our colleagues, a dermatologist, plays one of our recordings called The Prayer of Greater Miracle in the background while she performs cosmetic surgery on her clients. She notices that she gets better outcomes, patients are calmer and some insist that the recording is played during every visit.

"My vision is that one day medical doctors will prescribe mantra and prayer meditations as frequently as they do medication and surgery," states Dr. Gibson.

TYBRO.COM, formed in 2005, is the brainchild of Mitchell and Kathy Gibson. Based in High Point, North Carolina, the company now provides more than 25 spiritually based meditation and prayer recordings. In June 2009, TYBRO.COM was selected for the 2009 Best of High Point Award in the Periodical Publishing category by the U.S. Commerce Association (USCA).

For more information: http://www.tybro.com, http://www.mantra-medicine.com.

    Contact:

    TYBRO.COM
    Attention Mitchell and Kathy Gibson
    2640 Willard Dairy Road
    Unit 104
    High Point, NC 27265
    Email: mgibsonmd@aol.com
    Phone: 336-423-2426

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