Ilchi Lee will be speaking about his recent book, The Solar Body: The Secret to Natural Healing, at the Sedona Creative Life Center on Saturday, August 22 from 1 to 4 pm. Joining Mr. Lee in the Great Room will be James R. Westphal, MD, a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry with the University of Hawaii, John A. Burns School of Medicine. Dr. Westphal will offer a scientific and public health perspective on natural healing, while Mr. Lee will introduce his natural healing method.
More than taking herbs and supplements, Ilchi Lee’s natural healing approach involves simple ways you can increase the innate capacity of your body and mind to heal on their own. The key, he purports in his book, is temperature. Raising your body temperature to its healthiest level and your mind’s temperature to the temperature of “passion” are essential for building a healthy and fulfilling life. It improves immunity, metabolism, circulation, mood and optimism, making you a “Solar Body,” or “someone who creates her own health and happiness by recovering her natural healing power, making herself shine brightly like the sun.” According to Lee, becoming a Solar Body also helps make our planet more sustainable.
Dr. Westphal agrees. He says, “Stress exacerbates almost all mental and physical diseases. The majority of doctor visits are stress related. If enough people practice the [stress-reducing] Solar Body Method, the impact on public health could be extensive. Possibly equivalent the public health impact of the population quitting smoking.”
He is not the only doctor to endorse the Solar Body Method. Dr. Beauty M. Swe, an Internal Medicine physician from Pasadena, CA says, “The Solar Body Method is a real energy booster. I teach it to my patients and due to its powerful results, the practice recommends itself!” Dr. Deborah Coady, an OB/GYN, pelvic pain expert, cancer patient and co-author of Healing Painful Sex: A Woman’s Guide to Confronting, Diagnosing, and Treating Sexual Pain affirms, “I found a better, safer way to manage chronic pain through the mind/body connection of The Solar Body.”
In addition to the lecture, Ilchi Lee is promoting his book with an online giveaway. In order to put the Solar Body Method into as many hands as possible, people can have the book shipped to anywhere in the United States for a flat shipping and handling fee. The giveaway can be accessed at SolarBody.com. Over 6500 books have already been sent, with tens of thousands practicing the method worldwide. To support this growing natural healing movement, Lee’s publisher has created a Solar Body Community group on Facebook.
For the $20 program fee, attendees will be treated to refreshments and aura readings during the reception prior to the lectures, as well as a copy of the book, which Lee will be available to sign afterward. Attendees will also get a taste of Lee’s Solar Body Method during the talks.
Event fees will go toward the activities of the local non-profit Sedona Meditation Center, where tickets can be bought beforehand. Tickets can also be purchased online at the event website, www.SolarBodyConference.com/Sedona, or at the door. Reach the Sedona Meditation Center by calling 928.282.3600, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or dropping by 340 Jordan Rd in Uptown Sedona.
About Ilchi Lee
Ilchi Lee is a respected educator, mentor, innovator, and author of 36 books, including the NY Times bestseller, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart. He is the founder of Body & Brain Yoga and Brain Education, mind-body techniques designed to enhance human potential and quality of life. He began Sedona Mago Retreat, a place for spiritual awakening, and serves as president of the Benjamin School for Character Education, the Global Cyber University, and the University of Brain Education in South Korea, as well as the International Brain Education Association.
About James R. Westphal, MD
James R. Westphal, MD is a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry with the University of Hawaii, John A. Burns School of Medicine and the Psychiatry Chief of the Adult Mental Health Division, Department of Health, State of Hawaii. He attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Wisconsin, Madison as an undergraduate with a B.S. in Biochemistry and a M.D. degree from the University of Wisconsin.
About Sedona Meditation Center
The Sedona Meditation Center is a non-profit organization promoting overall health through energy yoga, meditation, qigong, and more to the Sedona community through providing classes on site and in various community facilities.