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Woman of Year finalist launches online health series

Woman of Year finalist launches ground-breaking online health series

Press Release – The Art of Health, Auckland 8 August 2012

Kim Knight, a 2011 finalist for NZ Woman of the Year for innovations in health and science and Director of the Art of Health, a company dedicated to new and innovative approaches to healthcare, has launched her second global online teleseries.

Following on from last year’s successful telesummit which focused on solutions for chronic fatigue, fibromalgyia and related illnesses, this year’s event focuses on the use of Emotional Intelligence (EQ) for personal and planetary transformation.

The Summit speakers, all experts in their field of EQ, will demonstrate how developing our inbuilt emotional intelligence system can not only transform the quality of our relationships, health, careers, finances and education, but how it may the key to the future successful evolution of the planet. Ms Knight, an expert in EQ, stress and ‘body intelligence’, will be one of the 27 presenters.

The online global event will kick off Mon 3 September (US) [day after in New Zealand], with Marvin Oka, co-author with Grant Soosalu of the ground-breaking new book ‘mBraining’ and the ‘mBIT’ multiple brain integration technique, who will share how the latest findings in neuro-science show we have three complex and functional brains and how we can harness and integrate these multiple brains for greater success, wisdom and happiness.

Other luminaries include Dr Bradley Nelson, founder of the Emotion Code healing system, who will demonstrate how to remove the ‘HeartWall’ at the core of chronic illness and pain, and Howard Martin, EVP of HeartMath, who will share the ground-breaking scientific experiment to measure the effect of mass human emotions on the planet. A sensor for the ‘Global Coherence’ project is due to be placed in New Zealand shortly, and Ms Knight aims to raise $10,000 for the initiative which is funded by donation.

The Summit will run for 2 weeks from 3 September until 18 September. Listeners can listen in from anywhere in the world free, although the paid option will allow funds to be raised for the Global Coherence Initiative.

For detailed information and registration see http://www.artofhealth.co.nz/s-events-telesummit-emotional-intelligence2012.htm
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