Robert Ginsburg’s work with Energy Medicine is pioneering. His method, The New Knowledge, is known for achieving results for clients around the world. This success is based on the scientific, fact-based concept that: thought has the power to heal.
Here, you will find a series articles, news features, interviews, and research studies. The body of scientific findings, and other research, on the positive effects of Energy Medicine, Complementary and Alternative Medicine, and on The New Knowledge is growing every day.
If you have questions about your health issues, please contact Robert to learn more about howhe can help right now.
"I was diagnosed with Atrial Fibrillation. After phone sessions with Robert my blood pressure and heart rate came back to normal. A new EKG showed my heart was absolutely normal. Thank you, Robert, for giving me a chance to enjoy my life again!" /p>
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An archive of videos featuring Robert’s personal view of how his work with subtle energy using The New Knowledge method has the potential to transform people’s lives.
Just click on the video to see how Robert works and how clients react to their own experiences using this technique.
"Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in United States,"
by National Institute of Health, National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health
"Complementary and Alternative Medicine in US Medical Schools,"
by V. Coner and V. Cyr, 2015 Study of US Med School course offers in 125 top U.S. medical schools
"Biofield Science and Healing,"
by S. Warber, MD; R. Bruyuere, DD; P. Dieppe, MD; K. Weintraub, MA
"Global Consciousness Project: A Princeton University Study"
Ongoing study on how human consciousness interacts at some level with the physical world."
NIH Survey: "Severe Pain A Chronic Issue In US"A 2012 study and analysis of a National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) found that most American adults have experienced some level of pain, from brief to more lasting (chronic) pain, and from relatively minor to major pain. The analysis was funded by the National Institutes of Health’s National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) and was published in The Journal of Pain.