EBTV | Dr. Larry Malerba, D.O. | Metaphysics & Medicine: Societal Implications

Source: evitaochel.com, spiritsciencehealing.com

EBTV presents host Evita Ochel and featured guest Dr. Larry Malerba, D.O. in a dialogue about the role of metaphysics in medicine, and the limitations and biases of conventional medicine and science.

Dr. Malerba is a physician, educator, and writer whose mission is to build bridges between holistic healing, conventional medicine, and spirituality. He is the author of 2 books, “Green Medicine: Challenging the Assumptions of Conventional Health Care” and his new book “Metaphysics & Medicine: Restoring Freedom of Thought to the Art and Science of Healing”, as well as countless articles on his own site, as well as on various popular media.

“It is a disturbing reality that modern medicine believes it can heal illness without consideration for the role of consciousness.” ~ Dr. Larry Malerba, D.O.

Link to past video episode: "Green Medicine: A Holistic Approach to Health" - www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZmEqT7x1gs
General topics covered in the video include:

1. A summary of how Dr. Malerba became professionally involved as a holistic physician. (2:05)

2. Dr. Malerba’s view of the conventional medical system. (3:47)
- link to report “Death by Medicine - 2004”

3. How metaphysics influences medicine. (7:23)
- Book quote: “While medical science projects an image of fact-based certainty, its very foundation is predicated upon unspoken metaphysical beliefs.” Dr. Larry Malerbav - the limitations of materialism

4. The consequences of medicine failing to incorporate our new quantum world-view. (10:50)
- the influence of reductionism

5. How reductionism brings about the illusion of control and leaves us with a fragmented world-view. (14:12)

6. How mechanism in Western medicine confuses association with causation, and results in circular thinking. (16:36)

7. How rationalism is one of the most flagrantly abused ‘isms’ of Western medicine. (19:26)

8. The financial limitations of individual patient care in light of the current medical model. (25:46)

9. How objectivism dismisses patient’s experiences, fuels its own biases, and objectifies the body and disease. (28:42)

10. How conformism has limited both patients and healthcare providers into a limited way of thinking. (30:55)

11. How skepticism limits our progress and potential. (39:09)
- an example of how the Measles outbreak and vaccination policy is influenced by skepticism

12. Societal next steps given the challenges of modern medical science. (47:31)
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