Bliss Is Your Biological Birthright Are You Ready to Claim It?To Dr. Candace Pert, feeling good and feeling God are one in the same. You may be surprised to hear a world-rewned biophysicist talking about God, yet Candace Pert is on the vanguard of a new breed of scientists who fearlessly explore the territory where science and spirit meet. On To Feel Go(o)d, Dr. Pert reveals that you are biologically hardwired for bliss all you need to do is tap your own body's unlimited natural capacity for living in joy and connecting to the divine. Join her on this original audio to learn about: The biophysics of pleasure how to get the most out of your body's neurological capacity for ecstasyForgiveness and your biology why this powerful act can transfigure and heal you at a cellular levelWhat makes us feel bad? Simple changes that will eliminate obstacles to your happinessHow trauma is stored in the body, and strategies you can use to release itCan science find God? A researcher's perspective on the universal, binding force of love, and more Since her appearance in What the Bleep Do We Kw!?, Candace Pert has heard one question repeated again and again: How do I feel good in my life? With To Feel Go(o)d, this cutting-edge researcher and spiritual philosopher brings you her insights on what you can do to transcend transitory sensations of joy or pleasure and inherit the blissful union with God that is your evolutionary birthright.
PhD Candace PertCandace Pert, PhD (1946 2013), was a research professor in the Department of Physiology and Biophysics at Georgetown University Medical Center in Washington, DC, best known for her discovery of opiate receptors in the brain. She was a featured expert in the highly acclaimed Bill Moyers PBS series Healing and the Mind and in the popular movie What the Bleep Do We Know!? In addition to her research efforts, Dr. Pert lectured and taught about how our minds and feelings influence our health and well-being. She is the author of the bestseller Molecules of Emotion: The Science Behind Mind-Body Medicine and a contributing author to Measuring the Immeasurable: The Scientific Case for Spirituality. Her Sounds True audio programs include To Feel Go(o)d, Your Body Is Your Subconscious Mind, and Psychosomatic Wellness.