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We are all concerned about our Health. We want to feel good and know that our health will be optimal as we get older. Therefore, if our health is challenged, we seek medical attention in order to return to a state of well-being. Sometimes this attention and treatment are not as effective as we hoped. Consequently, we may not know where to turn for additional help.
“What if, despite aging, injuries, health conditions, and illnesses, you could not only return to the state of health you enjoyed previously but even improve on it?” This is the question posed in the Preface to Carl Greer’s new book, “Change the Story of Your Health. On this show, we will talk about the “story of your health”— how emotions and moods, your job or vocation, and your connection to God, Spirit, Source or a higher power—can affect the story of your health. And further, we will talk about how you can change the story of your health so as you age you can continue to enjoy optimum health and well-being.
About Carl Greer
Carl Greer, PhD, PsyD is a practicing clinical psychologist, Jungian analyst, and shamanic practitioner. He received his Ph.D. from Columbia University and was on their faculty teaching finance and management. After years in business, he earned a doctorate in clinical psychology and became a Jungian analyst.The shamanic work he does is drawn from a blend of North American and South American indigenous trainings and is influenced by Jungian analytical psychology.
Greer has trained with Peruvian shamans and with Dr. Alberto Villoldo’s Healing the Light Body School. Also, he has worked with shamans in South America, the United States, Canada, Australia, Ethiopia, and Outer Mongolia. He teaches at the C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago, is on the staff of the Replogle Center for Counseling and Well-Being, is the bestselling author of Change Your Story, Change Your Life, and holds workshops on Jungian and shamanic topics. His latest book is Change the Story of Your Health.
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