In memory of Dr. Candice Pert –
her work supplemented Ramtha’s brain teachings

Candice Pert, PhD

Dr. Candace Pert died September 12, 2013 at age 67, leaving a legacy as a giant in her work as an internationally recognized neuroscientist and pharmacologist who discovered the opiate receptor,
the cellular binding site for endorphins in the brain, which she fully explained to students as
an RSE Guest Speaker in the late 1990’s. Pert’s jovial and down-to-earth style in making a complicated brain discussion easy-to-understand left an enduring imprint at this School.

Pert authored these popular books on the RSE recommended reading list:
“Molecules of Emotion: The Scientific Basis Behind Mind Body Medicine” in 1997
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“Everything You Need to Know to Feel Go(o)d” in 2006.
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She served on a distinguished guest panel along with JZ Knight on CNN’s Larry King Live in a show titled
“Change Your Mind, Change Your Life,” which aired August 2, 2008.
Click here for the transcript of that dynamic show.

Dr. Pert was also featured in the landmark 2004 independent film “What the Bleep Do We Know?” having been interviewed several times in the movie.
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The following is a touching story by Alina Frank in Seattle’s EFT Examiner:
The death of Candice Pert is the death of a giant in mind body medicine
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Click here to listen to one of Candace Pert’s last public interviews.

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