Newly Discovered Scientific Facts Point to the Truth behind the Neighborhood Walk®

The Washington Post, November 24, 2015:

“The blind woman who switched personalities and could suddenly see”

This report describes the extraordinary findings of a group of experts in medical science that shows the brain’s ability to switch on-and-off major areas of the body’s function at the neurological level, such as vision, as in their particular case study with a patient of dissociative identity disorder (DID)

Quoting from the Washington Post’s article:
“Writing in PsyCh Journal, [the patient’s] doctors say that her blindness wasn’t caused by brain damage, her original diagnosis. It was instead something more akin to a brain directive, a psychological problem rather than a physiological one.”

“[The patient’s] strange case reveals a lot about the mind’s extraordinary power — how it can control what we see and who we are.”
Read the full article here

Gladys® and the Neighborhood Walk®

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For more articles in the News relating to the extraordinary benefits of the Neighborhood Walk®, read these previous posts:

JZ Knight on Gladys

Science: “Painful Memories May be Erasable”

JZ Knight & Ramtha on RSE’s Neighborhood Walk®

“Want to Be More Creative? Take a Walk”

Research: “walking at a moderate pace…enough to improve health”


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