Changing Messages of Illness to Health as Told by a Neurosurgeon
PETER HUDOBA, M.D.
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When John was about ten years old, he started having thoughts that if he would do certain behaviors, then something good would happen, but also had thoughts that if he would not do certain behaviors, then something bad would happen…
55-year old male with AIDS
In 1984, John was diagnosed with “gay lymph node syndrome” and was presumed to have acute onset of HIV infection. After the diagnostic set was finally developed, it was confirmed in 1986 that John was HIV-positive. This was devastating news…
46-year old female with diabetes
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About the Author
Residing in Vancouver, DR. PETER HUDOBA has been a highly successful neurosurgeon, university professor, medical researcher, and student of ancient eastern wisdom.
Dr. Hudoba moved from Czechoslovakia to Canada to work as a neuroscientist at McMaster University. He then studied neurosurgery at the University of Toronto, subsequently becoming an Assistant Professor and head of the postgraduate neurosurgical program at the University of Saskatchewan.
A lifelong Tao scholar and practitioner with additional deep study of Asian energy healing systems, Dr. Hudoba is a leading Master Teacher of Tao Academy. Personally trained by Dr. and Master Zhi Gang Sha, a world-renowned transformational leader, spiritual teacher, and eleven-time New York Times bestselling author, Dr. Hudoba’s mission is to help everyone regain and maintain good health and happiness and reach enlightenment. He previously authored My Enlightenment Journey with Master Sha.