Dr. Oz. Performs LIVE Brain Scan On Medium Theresa Caputo & Turns From A Skeptic Into 100% Believer

by • December 22, 2013 • Neuroscience, Science, Spirituality, Television, UnexplainedComments (0)16963

Theresa Caputo is America’s most renowned spiritual medium, and millions tune in to her TLC show Long Island Medium each and every week to see her profound experiences in communicating messages to people from loved ones who have crossed over to the great beyond.

But what would it look like if we could peek inside Caputo’s brain to see what’s happening as she’s channelling?  Dr. Oz wondered the very same question, and in an episode entitled “Inside A Psychic’s Brain”, he put that question to a remarkable test.  Oz invited renowned brain imaging specialist, psychiatrist, professor, author, and Medical Director of the Amen Clinics, Dr. Daniel Amen, to perform a SPECT brain scan on Caputo during a live psychic session.  The results were so extraordinary that by the time the segment was over they turned Dr. Oz himself from a skeptic to a 100% believer.  TO WATCH WHAT HAPPENED SIMPLY HEAD OVER TO DR. OZ FOR PART 1, PART 2, PART 3, and PART 4.

Another group of scientists researching the powerful extrasensory abilities of the human mind and body is the HeartMath Institute.  It was here where researchers discovered that the human brain works in tandem with the heart to create the body’s WiFi-like electromagnetic field responsible for psychic communication and much, much more.  To learn more about their discovery you can read “The Science Of How The Heart Controls Intelligence, Awareness, Intuition, Spirit & More”.

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