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Maneesha James S.R.N., S.C.M., R.M.N.
Maneesha James' early background was in general and psychiatric nursing and midwifery. The guinea pig in the early seventies when Osho was designing his active methods, she has practiced the many of the techniques herself over the past 35 years.
For many years Maneesha led meditation-based groups around the world. She has written several books (as Juliet Forman) and produced a number of CDs and videos on meditation and how we can use it to bring joy and celebration into our our daily lives, in times of health crisis and in the face of our inevitable encounter with death.
Dr Federicco Montecucco
A medical doctor, and a meditator for twenty-five
years, for the past ten years Dr Federico Montecucco's particular
interest has been to make the evolution of man's consciousness
accessible to the scientific mind.
Vikrant A Sentis M. Ed
Vikrant Sentis holds a master's degree in adult
education. He specializes in humanistic psychotherapy and personal
development and is a certified member of the Asssociation for
Humanistic Psychology, USA. He heads the Department of Psychological
Support for a pre-university institution "SEA" – System of Active
Education – and is also director of the Experiential Center for Human
Development in Santiago. He has recently been appointed to the staff of
the SEK International University where he will be running a personal
development workshop for psychology students.
Dr Floriana Formicola Ph.D
Born in Italy, Dr Formicola trained as a
bioenergetic therapist in the USA and as a psychotherapist in Italy.
She has a Ph.D. in Psychology and is also qualified in the fields of
Oncological Psychology and Psychiatry.
Dr Jan M. Keppel Hesselink MD, Ph D
Dutch-born Jan Marius Keppel Hesselink, MD, Ph.D.
is a biologist and physician. He received his Ph.D. on a study of
Parkinson's disease and has worked as a neurologist and pharmacologist.
For the last four years, Dr Hesselink has been Vice-President R&D
at a large international pharmaceutical company. He has been Professor
of Molecular Pharmacology at the University of Witten/Herdecke, Germany
since 1997, is Managing Director at a science consultancy organization,
and also works as a medical acupuncturist.
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