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FAU’s Peace Studies Program Presents Dr. Mona Lisa Schulz

          BOCA RATON (February 15, 2011) – Florida Atlantic University’s Peaceful Mind/Peaceful World series will present Mona Lisa Schulz, Ph.D., M.D., with a lecture about using intuition to monitor our bodies and our health on Thursday, March 3,  at 7 p.m.  The lecture will take place in the University Theatre on FAU’s Boca Raton campus, 777 Glades Road. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at or 800-564-9539. FAU students, faculty and staff may attend for free. Group tickets are available.

          Schulz is a neuropsychiatrist who combines the best of Western scientific tradition with energy medicine. Schulz received her doctorate in behavioral neuroscience from Boston School of Medicine in 1993, along with her M.D. degree, and completed her residency program in psychiatry at Maine Medical Center in Portland, Maine. In addition to her extensive background in clinical medicine and brain research, Schulz has been a practicing medical intuitive for 25 years.

          Medical intuition is the direct perception of the emotional and psychological patterns that form the basis for a person's state of health or disease. A medical intuitive perceives patterns of energy and information that are beyond the scope of conventionally accepted definitions of space and time.

          Schulz believes that all of us were born with intuitive ability and the capacity to read energy fields, but that this innate ability gradually diminishes over time because it has been culturally feared and devalued instead of cultivated. One of the many joys in her life is teaching healthcare professionals and others how to acknowledge, trust and develop their own intuitive skills.

          Schulz has published three books, The Intuitive Advisor , The New Feminine Brain and Awakening Intuition .

For more information about the lecture, call 561-297-2337.

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