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Quantum Physics - A New Scientific Foundation for Integrative Medicine - Dr. Paul Drouin

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QuantumUniversity.com DrPaulDrouin.com Science defines the premise upon which our understanding of reality is based. Conventional Western medicine has been declared the only scientific medicine. The current medical system is based upon a materialistic model incorporating Darwinist theories of evolution, Newtonian physics, chemistry, and anatomy and physiology. However, through explorations and observations of the behavior of particles at the subatomic level, science has evolved. Fifty years ago, quantum physics emerged as a new scientific standard and model of understanding of reality. It has revolutionized our society on many levels, sparking discussions of science vs. spirituality/consciousness and transforming the core of our society. It is now time to redefine a form of integrative medicine based on the new scientific model of understanding of the universe according to quantum physics – Integrative Quantum Medicine. Through the principles of quantum physics, we are able explain how ancient traditions of healing - such as Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture, Ayurvedic Medicine, and modalities such as Homeopathy and Naturopathy - work with the body’s subtle energy systems such as ch’i, prana, and vital force energy. Let’s be clear - as long a scientific foundation based on quantum physics is not established in our medical curricula in universities and medical schools, most of the energetic modalities of healing will continue to be denied by conventional medicine. Quantum University, a leader in education in the fields of holistic and integrative medicine, has already incorporated these fundamental principles of quantum physics into its curriculum. Integrative Quantum Medicine is not only the key to solving the current healthcare crisis, but it will also lead to a new vision of integrative healthcare based not on disease, but on the full potentiality of the individual. Our understanding of the human body will expand to include the body’s subtle energy systems and mental and emotional connections to the physical body. We can then explore how the mind works from a non-dualistic viewpoint, compared to the dualistic philosophy that dominates today. This will open the door to creative new approaches to healing that have the opportunity to solve problems still unresolved by conventional medicine, specifically in the areas of chronic and degenerative diseases.