When I went to medical school, I was trained to observe the patient's symptoms, and map it to an illness in my textbook. When I first encountered the idea that the body could actually be welcoming the dis-ease, I was reluctant to accept it.

 

The notion that the body would welcome disease, made no sense until I realized that the subconscious mind actually creates conditions in the body in order to welcome an ailment in order to highlight to the conscious mind that there's a blockagee of love. (video of Meridian discussing testicular cancer) This means, in our school - unlike a western medical school - the ailment isn't the problem. Instead it's a signal from the subconscious to the concious that there's an unaddressed obstacle to love. Freud demonstrated this with one of his most famous patients.

 

In medical schools, doctors are taught to quickly eradicate - often with antibiotics, the dis-ease. Given the illness is actually a metaphor for some life or family history situation where love was (and is still being) blocked - if you destroy it before you know the deeper reason, the dis-ease will likely manifest in a new form to try again to communicate.

 

Having graduated medical school, I can report first-hand that they don't acknowledge or care to explore the deeper (spiritual, psychological, metaphorical) reason for disease. Our school's approach, similar to shaman training, has pracitioners learn to investigate the deeper why. When I was a doctor, like most doctors, I was often overbooked and needed to bill an insurance company. This is why we're trained to quickly name the patient's mallady something in the billing database, and prescribe something to eradicate the situation. As a result, the deeper meaning isn't likely to be revealed.

Meridian Grace has over 40 years of experience and has worked with thousands of clients. Since she was 14 years old, she knew that a high-quality life includes spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical well-being. Tirelessly researching all these years, she integrates the wisdom of the ancients with the most up-to-date technology. She continually attends workshops, classes, and seminars to explore new ideas and technology in all aspects of the holistic health field.

 

Meridian greets you with a compassionate listening heart. Nothing makes her happier than seeing her clients well and achieving the health goals they set for themselves. Her ultimate goal is to educate people about empowering their own bodies to heal themselves and to increase public awareness about the wealth of naturopathic information available. Meridian has studied for over 40 years with internationally acclaimed leaders in the following areas: Gut and Psychology Syndrome, Bio-Therapeutic Drainage, Pre-Diabetes Programs, Homeopathic Drainage, Homotoxicology, Classical Homeopathy, Wiley Method of Bio-Mimetic Hormone Replacement, Anthroposophical Medicine, Metabolic Typing, Natural Medicine of Dr. Gueniot, Iridology, Kinesiology, Microscopy, Massage, Psycho-Spiritual Counseling, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Conscious Communication Techniques, Detoxification Programs, Anatomy, Energy Work, Meditation techniques, Manual Lymph Drainage, Hands-on Body Therapy, Color Therapy, Light Therapy, Sound Therapy, Chinese Medicine, Organic Gardening, Hydrotherapy, Natural Cooking techniques and recipes, Holographic Integration Breathing and Vastu Energetics.

 

In her early years Meridian backpacked the Pacific Northwest. She has a great love for nature, and her time with Hopis and Navajos ignited her interest in herbology.   Currently Meridian loves traveling to India to study aryuveda and sidha medicine. She has a deep interest in spiritual matters and lived monastically. She has practiced meditation for almost 45 years. 

 

She has a deep interest in autism and how to treat and prevent it, as well as in parenting and pregnancy. She is the proud mother of a 39 year old healthy son. 

 

Food is an art form for her, and her rule is “nutritious must be delicious!” She has repeatedly been asked to write a cookbook, and is slowly compiling it. She was both a singer and actress and spent one summer as a music therapist. She also was the founding teacher for 2 Waldorf schools. One school is still in operation in Eugene, Oregon. 

 

Meridian genuinely loves people. Her positive attitude and spiritual consciusness bring hope to those in need. She is greatly loved and appreciated by her clients and employees.