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Professor Rupert Sheldrake, Ph.D., biologist, and author sits down in this week’s podcast to discuss what he is best known for: his hypothesis on morphic resonance. Tune into the podcast to learn:
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Bioenergetic expert, founder of NES Health, inventor of the Total WellNES System, the miHealth device, as featured on The Dr’s show, also the writer and director of The Living Matrix Movie, Choice Point, and his latest project called ‘SuperCharged’.
Harry was suffering from severe chronic fatigue syndrome which left him bed-ridden for 7 long years. He had tried every kind of conventional and alternative healing approach he could find but nothing had given him a permanent cure.
Then, as a result of his own research, he met a visionary scientific thinker named Peter Fraser. That was when everything changed. Peter was an acupuncture expert who had spent more than 20 years researching what he called the ‘human body-field’ and developing remedies based on it. Harry volunteered to try them and, amazingly, over the next two years was able to make a full recovery.
Peter and Harry began working together, combining Peter’s stunning research with Harry’s entrepreneurial skills and remarkable technological insights. They founded NES Health (then called Nutri-Energetics Systems) to develop practical applications based on this new understanding of the information and energy that make up the body field.
Together they created the world’s first practical clinical system for ‘reading’ the body field and then correcting it – NES ProVision and a range of NES Infoceuticals. Since then, we have continued to innovate new healthcare solutions and technologies, including the first-ever handheld healthcare device that allows healthcare practitioners to remove distortions in a client’s energy pathways and stimulate trigger points to bring the body back to its natural oscillation.
Rupert Sheldrake, PhD, is both an author and biologist, that is best known for his hypothesis and studies of morphic resonance. He worked at Cambridge University, in developmental biology, as a Fellow of Clare College. Taking on the role of Principal Plant Physiologist, Sheldrake worked at the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics in Hyderabad, India. From 2005 to 2010, Sheldrake was the Director of the Perrot-Warrick project for research on unexplained human and animal abilities, which was funded by Trinity College, Cambridge.