Unlimited Horizons presents….
with Dr. Bonnie McLean
Sunday, September 14, 2008
2:30 to 5:30
Gulf Breeze Recreation Center
800 Shoreline Dr.
Gulf Breeze, FL
$7 Door Donation Requested
In 1963 Bonnie McLean, D.O.M., A.P., R.N., entered
Duke University School of Nursing. This
began a 45 year long journey into the world of healing as she searched
for how to work on a soul level in modern medicine. This journey took
her through the hospital, clinic, and public
health systems in Western Medicine, through the birth of
Holistic Medicine during the 1970s in California, through the domain
of Psychology, through the early stages
of Chinese Medicine in the U.S. in the 1980s, into the world of
Energy Healing, and into the realm of ancient Shamanism as
she studied with contemporary teachers of Earth Medicine and
worked deeply with indigenous healers throughout the world. She will be
sharing this personal heartfelt inner and outer journey and what she has
learned along the way.
We will be learning many self-healing techniques designed to
empower us and which can help us stay strong, centered, and healthy
during this remarkable time in the Earth's history. A keynote part of
this afternoon will be introducing the work of Master
Zhi Gang Sha. Master Sha is a
physician, healer, and spiritual teacher from
Mainland China who is currently traveling across the U.S. and
Canada healing thousands of people, many with "incurable" diseases such
as cancer, auto-immune diseases, and intractable pain. He teaches what
he calls "Soul, Mind, Body Medicine " (in this order).
Dr. Sha's Soul Medicine includes ancient and contemporary Chinese
methods of self-healing and how to keep our energy bodies at a high
vibration as we approach the year 2012 and beyond. This presentation
will include an introduction of some of these methods as well as some
simple yet powerful rejuvenating qi gong exercises taught by qi gong
instructor Bud Lawrence.
About Dr. Bonnie McLean:
Dr. McLean graduated from Duke University
in 1967 and practiced nursing for 20 years. She obtained her M. A. in
Counseling Psychology from Pepperdine
University in 1976 and her license to practice acupuncture in the State
of California in 1983. She completed her Doctorate in
Oriental Medicine in 1985 and has been
in practice back in her home town of Pensacola for the past 11 years.
She has studied shamanic healing with the
Foundation for Shamanic studies, Dr.
Sandra Ingerman,, and Dream Change Coalition.
Bonnie has traveled to learn ancient indigenous healing methods in the
Philippines, Bali, China, Japan, Australia, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica,
Mexico, and the Andes and Amazonean rainforest of Ecuador. She is a
Doctor of Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture
Physician, Reiki Master, and
practitioner of Pranic Healing. Her
most important teachings continue to come through her heart-centered
teachers and healers and her own healing and life experiences.