Change Your Mind. Change Your Life. HEAL: The Documentary Challenging How We Approach Our Health
“We have the most money going into healthcare out of any country in the world, and yet we have some of the worst statistics of healthcare.” – Bruce H.
Lipton, Ph.D As promising as many of the most recent advancements in science and healthcare may be, one thing is for certain: We can’t keep treating illness and disease the way we do right now — at least not if we truly intend to heal ourselves. We all know that Western medicine has and will continue to work wonders when it comes to emergency response and the treatment of acute disease, but do chronic ailments require an entirely different approach? It is this question that director Kelly Noonan Gores sought to answer in the film HEAL, a documentary that has already begun to take the world by storm through the film festival circuit.
The film features interviews with Deepak Chopra, Marianne Williamson, Gregg Braden, Michael Beckwith, the above-mentioned Bruce H. Lipton, and Anthony William, the Medical Medium, among several other prominent figures in the fields of science, spirituality, and healthcare. Each expert offers their take on why it’s so critical that we get to the true root cause of our ailments rather than simply treat their symptoms.
The film explores several alternative modalities, including energy work, diet, and emotional therapy, while simultaneously following the healing journeys of a number of individuals, each struggling with a different condition. We as the viewer are given inside access to not only the holistic approaches they explore, but also their struggles, and insights gained along the way. Here is newest trailer for HEAL: “Every organ in the human body has the ability to heal itself under the right conditions... what are those conditions? That’s the question.” – Gregg Braden Do you believe that our thoughts, beliefs, and emotions impact our ability to heal? This film helps us all to answer that question, while remaining unbiased in its approach by not only taking into consideration but also respecting every healthcare approach we’ve taken thus far and have the potential to take moving forward.
The film will continue on the festival circuit, but will be making its theatrical release in select cities, including in Los Angeles on October 20 and New York on October 27. To see the full list and to plan your attendance at an upcoming screening, click here. Digital release of the film is slated for December 5! .
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