I believe in science. But I also believe in the varied and integrative facets of what science and can mean. And while I love to research and truly thrive on fact-based learning, I can also see beyond into the realm of the unknown. One that makes room for faith, intuition and trust in oneself. That’s why the path to healing isn’t linear. Sometimes it’s trial and error, sometimes it’s blissful or painful, it can be rocky at times and smooth during others… but it’s always worth it.
I’ve studied science, but I’ve also delved deep into alternative medicine as well. I truly believe that there’s a time and a place for both in everyone’s health journey. Ideally, we would live in a place where both could co-exist and could be used in conjunction with each other, for the betterment of the individual in need. I do feel like we’re getting to a place where people are becoming more open about asking for and seeking what they feel that need in order to heal.
That’s why I love Deepak Chopra (MD). He has been described by Time Magazine as “one of the top 100 heroes and icons of the century.” Deepak Chopra, MD FACP, is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians, a member of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists, and a Clinical Professor in Medicine at the University of California, San Diego.
Dr. Chopra also serves as an Adjunct Professor of Executive Programs at Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and of Columbia Business School, Columbia University. He is a world-renowned pioneer in integrative medicine and personal transformation and is board-certified in Internal Medicine, Endocrinology and Metabolism. He truly walks the line between alternative and conventional medicine – even though I truly wish there were no separation between the two in the first place!
Recently, Deep Ocean Sky Entertainment announced that the world- renowned pioneer in integrative medicine and personal transformation will bring his perspectives on “The Future of Wellbeing” to Canada this fall as part of a two-city tour. The first show takes place on October 10th at the Vancouver Convention Centre. Followed by Toronto on October 13th at the Beanfield Centre at the CNE grounds. There are still tickets left for both events!
We will be there with some of our closest friends, in order to take it all in as he shares practical ways to experience higher consciousness, transformation and healing including new insights from his latest work, The Healing Self. There’s an opportunity to purchase tickets for a special meet and greet with Dr. Chopra himself. I can’t wait to meet a man who has dedicated his life’s work to helping others help themselves.
Wanna come along with us? Well, we’re giving away 5 Gold Level tickets to his show in Vancouver and 5 Gold Level tickets to his show in Toronto!
Enter via Twitter
- Follow @DoTheDaniel, @DeepOceanSkyEnt & @DeepakChopra on Twitter
- Click below to tweet your entry (make sure to amend the tweet to which city you would like to enter to win tickets for!)
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- Share the post onto your wall telling us which city (Toronto or Vancouver) you would like to win tickets for using both the #TheHealingSelf & #DoTheDaniel hashtags
** Winner must be following all twitter accounts as listed in Twitter entry if that is the winning social media platform randomly selected. Contest odds depend on how many valid entries are received. ONE winner will be chosen at random in both Toronto and Vancouver and announced on @DoTheDaniel’s Twitter or Facebook page upon conclusion of the contest Tuesday, October 9th 2018 at 5:00pm EST. Contest winner will be contacted via Twitter or Facebook and subsequently emailed instructions on how to receive five tickets to attend in their corresponding city. Contest is open to Canadian residents only. Prize cannot be redeemed for cash value. *
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Catherine Sugrue, CNP
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