The Living Matrix

The Living Matrix

A Film on the New Science of Healing

DVD - 2009
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A documentary that challenges conventional medicine to expand its understanding of human biology. The film uncovers evidence-based research in bioenergetic medicine that reveals energy and information fields--not genetics--drive human physiology and biochemistry. It encourages the total integration and acceptance between conventional and alternative health care.
Publisher: San Rafael, CA : Living Matrix ; Hillsboro, OR : Beyond Words, c2009
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (83 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in


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Nov 09, 2017

Pure Pseudoscience.

May 11, 2015

I totally agree with Tater's comment. I also think this is a disguised infomercial promoting the healing "clinic" whose proponents were interviewed. The concepts of body energy fields and self-healing deserve better treatment. I suggest people check out Dr. John Sarno's books on the psychological aspects of pain and chronic disease.

Mar 11, 2013

i have been looking for a source that fairly presents scientific evidence with regard to this topic. This DVD is not it. In fact, with regard to science, this is almost fraudulent. Don't waste your time.

Jul 02, 2012

If you are a believer in supranatural phenomena, this is the film for you. As someone who has a background in anatomy and physiology, I found there were some untruthful statements. We have an excellent level of understanding of how a cut heals, for example. I also wonder if they were able to replicate their experiments in other labs, or if their equipment calibration was off.

Nov 27, 2011

The unfortunate thing about this movie - which seems so prevalent nowadays - is the constant, loud, annoying background music, which threatens to drown out the entire subject, and the repetitve filler graphic of squiggly lines. Both of which are entirely unneccessary, because this documentary is a virtual Who's Who of all the leading edge researchers, scientists, and writers of this subject, that you don't get to see very often. It would have been awesome in its' own right without one single graphic, and certainly without all that noise! Well worth the watch if you can ignore the music. Someone please invent a machine to filter out that!


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