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The Mysteries of Spontaneous Healing with Lissa Rankin, MD & Jeffrey Rediger, MD, MDiv - HHC FUNDRAISER

Jul 15, 2024, 7:00–9:30 pm

The Kiva
3588 Main St, Stone Ridge, NY
(Behind MaMA)

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- Are you curious why some people experience mysterious cures from allegedly “incurable” illnesses while others stay sick or even die? 

- Do you sense that there’s more to optimal health than the reductionist medical model promoted by conventional medicine, yet you’re wanting to stay grounded in science and critical thinking?

If so, we invite you to a Holistic Health Community fundraiser, featuring a conversation between Mind Over Medicine and Sacred Medicine author Lissa Rankin, MD and CURED author and Harvard psychiatrist Jeffrey Rediger, MD, MDiv.  For many decades, Drs. Rankin and Rediger have been attempting to answer the question "What is missing from modern medicine, and what else can we do to help ourselves achieve the mysterious health outcomes that doctors call “spontaneous remissions” and religion calls miracles?" 

 Suggested donation $25 All donations will go to supporting the ongoing operations of the Holistic Health Community.


Lissa Rankin, MD, is a mind-body medicine physician, author of 7 books, founder of the Whole Health Medicine Institute and the non-profit Heal At Last, and an encaustic artist who researches radical remission, trauma-informed medicine, and spiritual healing. After scouring the medical literature to collect the scientific data proving that the body has the power to sometimes heal itself, Dr. Rankin published her initial results in her New York Times bestselling book Mind Over Medicine in 2013. Then after traveling the world to study with shamans from Peru, Qigong masters from China, Indigenous healers from Bali and Thailand, energy healers from across the globe, and ultimately, cutting edge trauma therapists in the United States and Europe, Lissa followed that up with her book Sacred Medicine.

 Jeffrey RedigerMD, MDiv, is on the faculty of Harvard Medical School, the Medical Director of McLean SE Adult Psychiatry Community Affairs at McLean Hospital, and the Chief of Behavioral Medicine at Good Samaritan Medical Center.  As part of the spiritual inquiry that inspired Dr. Rediger to attend seminary at Princeton, Jeff spent the past 20 years rigorously researching, with before and after medical records as proof of cure, the histories of people with “incurable” illnesses who were unexpectedly cured.