ISSSEEM Conference Explores the Role of Intent on Healing


  • Presenters: Thornton Streeter, PhD, Claude Swanson, PhD, Bernard Williams, PhD, Donna Eden, David Feinstein, PhD, Brian Greene, PhD, David Gruder, PhD, Robert and Lynn Hoss,Gary Craig, Dean Radin, PhD, Larry Dossey, MD, Christine Page, MD, Beverly Rubick, PhD, Julie Pech and Lindsay Wagner.
  • Location: Boulder, Colorado
  • Date: June 20-23, 2008
  • Web site: ISSSEEM
  • Attendee: Joanne Quinn, PhD, RMA


International Society for the Studies of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine

International Society for the Studies of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine (ISSSEEM)

Scientific studies continue to demonstrate intent as a unique determinant of outcome. This influence is perhaps greater in the field of medicine and health than in any other aspect of scientific endeavor. This year the 18th annual ISSSEEM conference focused on the latest practical applications for energy medicine, the power of intent, and how these can heal our world.

Genes do not define our destiny. Intention, thoughts, emotions, environment, diet and exercise all refine genetic processes. Internal and external environmental factors are constantly shaping genetic expression. This epigenomic modulation can either take us toward disease or toward health. Energy medicine modalities and subtle energy techniques use epigenomic information processes to activate and guide genetic expression. This is our path to new ways of self-expression and self-realization for us, our children and our children's children.

The conference recognized energy and intent as powerful tools in life, embraced the wisdom of ancient traditions and respected the rigor of science, demonstrated the power of intent through energy medicine, energy psychology or subtle energy techniques, sought out a community that offers inspiration, support and growth professionally, and expanded subtle energies and energy medicine as a natural and accessible resource.

Benefits of the conference included understanding the vital healing role of energy medicine modalities, recognizing the power of intent in modifying genetic expression, learning and developing skills in leading edge energy psychology and information technique and expanding the network of like-minded colleagues and naturally allied organizations around the globe.

For additional information about the International Society for the Study of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine visit the ISSSEEM web site.