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California Institute for Human Science (CIHS) Welcomes Some of the World's Leading Consciousnessand Healing Arts Practitioners to Its Annual Conference
The worlds of science and healing arts will intersect in Encinitas on July 8-9,
as CIHS presents
"Forefront Consciousness and Healing Science Research: Reports from the Field."

ENCINITAS, Calif., June 26, 2017 - Every summer, some of the most inspiring thought leaders in transpersonal psychology and the subtle healing arts come to Encinitas to share their knowledge and vision at the Annual Summer Symposium of the California Institute for Human Science (CIHS). This year's program, which is open to the public as well as clinicians and healing arts practitioners, takes a deep dive into the most cutting-edge research coming out of the field.
The two-day conference will include formal presentations by such renowned researchers and speakers as Drs. Shamini Jain and Gurucharan Khalsa, as well as highly interactive, experiential sessions demonstrating applied healing research at work.
"The conference opens to the rhythmic sounds of Gentle Thunder, an extraordinary spirited guided Native American musician and sound healer," says Dr. Thomas Brophy, Executive Dean at CIHS.

Later that day, Christine Stevens, MSW, MT-BC,MA, will discuss the role of rhythm music and sound for consciousness and healing. "We will get a chance to hear the drums and learn how we can all use them for personal growth and healing," adds Dr. Brophy.
Christine Stevens is the author of Music Medicine and The Art and Heart of Drum Circles as well as the creator of The Healing Drum Kit.
Dr. Stevens will be followed by Dr. Paul Mills, Director of Research for the Chopra Foundation, who will present, "New Frontiers for Studying Whole Person Medicine and Non-Local Mind." Dr. Mills is also Professor of Family Medicine and Public Health, and Director of the Center of Excellence for Research and Training in Integrative Health. at UC San Diego.

The first day will also feature Dr. Shamini Jain, who will present "The Healer-Scientist Partnership: Evolving Research in Biofield Science." Dr. Jain is a well-known and respected psychologist, scientist, social entrepreneur and founding director of the Consciousness and Healing Initiative.

"We are proud to have put together a program with such important researchers and engaging speakers," adds Dr. Ji Hyang Padma, Comparative Religion and Philosophy Director at CIHS.
Other keynote speakers will include Gurucharan Khalsa, PhD; David Gruder, PhD ; Beverly Rubik, PhD; Mary Clark, PhD; Gaetan Chevalier, PhD; Richard Jelusich, PhD; and Joseph Subbiondo, PhD.
Each will present research on the forefront of consciousness and healing, exploring such topics as subtle energy healing and intentionality, altered states of consciousness, ancient and contemporary healing practices, models of the subtle body, and chi energy measuring devices.
"This is a great opportunity for anyone to take time out of their everyday lives to explore how healing really works and uncover some of the mysteries of our lives," says Dr. Brophy.
The symposium will be held at the California Institute for Human Science, which is located at 701 Garden View Court, Encinitas, CA 92024.
Registration is open to the public. Sign up for either one or two days at 
For more information, or to schedule an interview with one of the speakers,
contact Ji Hyang Padma, PhD, at 661-886-5094 or

About California Institute for Human Science

California Institute for Human Science (CIHS) is an academic and spiritual healing arts center offering degree programs in Integral Health Studies, Life Physics, Clinical Psychology, Integral Psychology, Comparative Religion and Philosophy. Established in 1992, CIHS is widely known for its cutting-edge research into the field of energy medicine and subtle energy, including a device called the AMI, which is an apparatus to measure the function of acupuncture meridians that was invented by CIHS founder Dr. Hiroshi Motoyama. The school provides education that bridges the gap between science and spirituality, and inspires students to develop and experience the mind-body-spirit interconnection. CIHS faculty and academic consultants are distinguished professionals with decades of working experience in such fields as energy healing, integral studies and consciousness expansion research.

CIHS is located on a beautiful campus in the progressive, coastal town of  Encinitas, California.