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Stalking the Heart of Healing
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Meg Jordan, PhD., RN, CWP -- Global Medicine Hunter (R) Meg Jordan, PhD., RN, CWP -- Global Medicine Hunter (R)
San Francisco , CA
Tuesday, February 27, 2018

 

Medical Anthopologist Reports on 20-year

Global Exploration on Healing and Recovery

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Global Medicine Hunter (R) News

(San Francisco)---It may sound unusual to stalk the heart of healing, since, after all, stalking and heartfelt actions are not commonly partnered, however, when people are sick and ailing, they want  resolution of their suffering--no matter what it takes. "So stalking with all of its intensity and unwavering commitment is just what happens--and rather universally," says medical anthropologist and Professor of Integrative Health at California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS), Meg Jordan, PhD, RN, known as the "Global Medicine Hunter."

Jordan will report on her 20-year journey throughout the world that explored where people give credit when it comes to their remarkable healing and recoveries. Seven distinct belief systems, some bolstered by biomedical evidence, others a mystery from non-ordinary realsm, will be presented.  A sought-after keynoter, international presenter and author, Dr Jordan will be give her exciting findings in a free  presentation as part of a series of faculty talks celebrating the 50th anniversary of CIIS. All are invited.

March 1, 7-9 pm PDT

CIIS, 1453 Mission, San Francisco, CA 94103, room 311

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Later talks in the series include:

All the Women in My Family Sing: Perspectives of Equality, Justice, and Freedom

Deborah Santana

3/9, 7-9 pm, Namaste Hall

 

Women's Dreams and Nightmares

Tanya Wilkinson  

3/28, 6:30-8:30 pm, Namaste Hall

And Now, Love: Film and Conversation

Fernando Castrillon in conversation with Bernard Bail

Women's Building Auditorium, 3543 18th Street, San Francisco, CA 

3/31, 6-9 pm

Losing our White Minds

Lani Chow and Diane Swirsky

4/5, 7-8 pm, Area 5

 

Bringing Goddess-Worshiping Cultures of Prehistoric Europe to Life

Mary Mackey in conversation with Mara Keller

4/6, 7-9 pm, Namaste Hall

Current Scholarly Work and Interests

ICP Faculty

4/7, 4 pm, Area 5

Haridas Chaudhuri and the Spiritual Roots of CIIS

Robert McDermott and Debashish Banerji

4/16, 7-9 pm, Namaste Hall

 The Changing Cultural Zeitgeist and the Evolution of CIIS: 1968 to 2018 and Beyond

Rick Tarnas in conversation with Matt Segall

4/18, 7-9 pm, Namaste Hall

Psychotherapy in the Digital Age

Mera Atlis  

4/19, 7-9 pm, Area 5

Integral Ecology and the Great Turning

Sean Kelly

4/26, 7-9 pm, Room 311

Building Relational Trust: Lessons Learned from an Arts-Based, Community-University Partnership

Shoshana Simons, Denise Boston and Phil Weglarz

5/3, 7-9 pm, Room 311

 

For more information contact Cynthia Mitchell at 415-575-6278 or  cmitchell@ciis.edu 

 
 

 

  NEWSFEED:

Dr. Meg Jordan, PhD, RN, CWP, is an award-winning health journalist with Global Medicine Hunter ® News, Co-President of the National Wellness Institute, author of HOW TO BE A HEALTH COACH, Department Chair and Professor of Integrative Health Studies M.A. Program at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco.  She is a medical anthropologist, and behavioral health specialist.  mjordan@ciis.edu

 

 

 
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