041: Your Mind as Medicine w/ Dr. Igor Schwartzman
Release Date: 05/30/2019
We all have stories that are part of us, and Dr. Igor Schwartzman believes in listening to those stories and the voice within ourselves to change your perspective around health. A naturopathic physician with a background in research and academia, Dr. Schwartzman acts as a bridge between modern science and ancient spiritual teaching to empower others to look within themselves to find a true source of healing.
Dr. Schwartzman believes that true healing does not come from a bottle or prescription, but instead from the vast healing capability inside your own mind. By changing your perspective and getting out of the negative health story you have been telling yourself and others, you may be able to find modalities of healing you never thought possible.
A doctor who truly listens, Dr. Schwartzman sheds light on the mind-body connection, how your thoughts could be triggering unwanted emotional and physical responses, and shares ways to instruct your brain as a part of the body to shift your mindset and live a full life.
Anything is possible when you share your story and Dr. Schwartzman helps you access your own inner healer, look objectively at your patterns, and transform your relationship between your thoughts and your body.
Are you ready to transform your mind into medicine and find the healing power within? Let us know your thoughts in the comments on the episode page!
In This Episode
- How to embrace the fundamental root of your own inner healing abilities
- Empowering yourself to make choices that prioritize wellness over sickness
- Cultivating awareness in your daily activities to think about your decisions more
- Tips to help you transition out of the story you know isn't good for you
- Harnessing the power of proven placebo without deception to stop your patterns
“Transformation, a sense of well being, it is possible for anyone. It doesn't matter how hard, how low, how unwell they are, it is always possible.” (13:07)
“Either we are living fully or dying slowly. And our mind is our gateway.” (26:02)
“Our minds are powerful, we can cause illness, we can cause health, we can cultivate within ourselves.” (35:18)
“I really want people to learn that wellness is a choice that we can choose to make.” (47:13)