Merlian News Podcasts with Dr. John L. Turner

Dr. John L. Turner served as the first neurosurgeon on the Big Island of Hawaii. His metaphysical experiences began the first night he was on call and continued up to the present.

Medicine, Miracles, and Manifestations: A Doctor’s Journey Through the Worlds of Divine Intervention, Near-Death Experiences and Universal Energy, is a non-fiction narrative about the spiritual quest of neurosurgeon Dr. John L. Turner and his evolutionary journey into the field of Integral Medicine. During his career as a surgeon, Dr.Turner’s curiosity drove him to explore several non-traditional healing modalities that broadened the scope of recovery for his patients.”

In this podcast, Dr. Turner speaks with Merryn Jose about:

The difference between a neurologist and a neurosurgeon. The dramatic story of a woman patient during surgery and how the miraculous happened. He also discusses his introduction to the work of Edgar Cayce.  Other topics include the big shift from physics to metaphysics to neurosurgery, remote viewing, communication through dreams, E.V.P.’s (Electronic Voice Phenomena), radio sweeping, and life after death. Dr. Turner explains how he meditates by practicing present moment awareness.

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Merlian News Podcast with Hazel Courteney

Hazel Courteney was the UK’s first alternative-health advice columnist with her column “What’s the Alternative?” in the Daily Mail, and she soon became an acknowledged expert on health and metaphysical issues. In 1998 she underwent a near-death experience that triggered huge amounts of paranormal phenomena to occur in her presence. She tells this incredible story in her book Divine Intervention and the sequel, The Evidence for the Sixth Sense. Hazel is also well known for a number of very successful health books including 500 of the Most Important Health Tips You’ll Ever Need and Countdown to Coherence: A Spiritual Journey toward a Scientific Theory of Everything.

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Life After Life: An Investigative Look at Reincarnation by Don Mordasini

As we age the prospect of dying becomes a reality we must deal with. For some, this prospect is very frightening. Many of my clients start worrying about growing old or dying during their middle age. Others tell me they just put off the thought until a later time. Yet others try to distract themselves with any number of activities. As I write this the August cover of Time Magazine depicts a worried man in his fifties, with the footnote, “two billion dollars are being spent annually on testosterone treatments.” The money spent on anti-ageing products could probably feed all of the world’s impoverished people, yet we use it to ward off fear of dying.

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