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2010 Coherence Conference Contributors 

The idea behind this conference was to bring together a group of people from different fields, doing different things with different objectives who all still get the same outcome; coherence. How we all 'get there' isn't as interesting as why we're all showing up at this 'common denominator'. If each contributor represents a puzzle piece, the conference is an effort to figure out what the 'big picture' is that would coherence to function as a platform for an interdisciplinary unity that can transcend all the political, economic and ideological divisions that exist. Once we have that, the next step is to make the concepts of coherence a hot topic is the Health 2.0 community. Coherence frees all of us up to find ways to evolve personally and professionally. If we do one thing here, it's to make coherence something the public demands.

Here's the lineup of our contributors. Click on their image to go to their individual bio pages...      


Conference Contributors
Fred Abraham, Ph.D.

Peter D'Adamo, ND, MIFHI

Irving Dardik, MD


Marc Grossman, OD, L. Ac.

Dantalion Jones

Rick Paar, Ph.D.

Alexander Riftine, Ph.D.

Carlos Torre, Ph.D. 


Health 2.0 Conference Contributors
Anthony Burke

Jared Mermey


Video Contributors
Rob Bryanton

Pete Egoscue

Stephen Elliott

David Goodman, Ph. D

        Dave Goodman
Rick Leskowitz, Ph.D.

James Oschman, Ph.D.

Deborah Rozman, Ph. D.

Douglas Rushkoff

Dan Winter, Ph.D.


Health 2.0 Conference Contributors
Alexandra Drane

Suzanne LaCombe

Audio Contributors
Tom Myers


Karl H. Pribram, MD


Conference Moderators
Mark R. Filippi, DC
George Muhs, DC, D.A.C.N.B., C.C.N.



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