Paul Pearsall


Died
July 13, 2007


Dr. Paul Pearsall was a licensed clinical neuropsychologist, clinical professor at the University of Hawai`i, and on the Board of Directors of the Hawai`i State Consortium for Integrative Health Care. He was a member of the heart transplant study team at the University of Arizona School of Medicine and Senior Research Advisor for the Human Energy Systems Laboratory at the University of Arizona. ...more

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The Heart's Code: Tapping t...

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The Last Self-Help Book You...

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The Pleasure Prescription: ...

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The Beethoven Factor: The N...

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Toxic Success: How to Stop ...

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Super Joy

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The Heart's Code: The True ...

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Making Miracles

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Superimmunity:  Master Your...

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Wishing Well: Making Your E...

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“Our most basic instinct is not for survival but for family. Most of us would give our own life for the survival of a family member, yet we lead our daily life too often as if we take our family for granted.”
Paul Pearsall

“The credo of Asclepian or brain-oriented healing is 'don't just sit there, do something.' [...] The credo of Hygeian or heart-oriented healing is 'don't just do something, sit there.”
Paul P. Pearsall, The Heart's Code: Tapping the Wisdom and Power of Our Heart Energy

“I began to fear that constant hoping might cause me to sacrifice today for the illusion of a better tomorrow." - The Last Self-Help Book You'll Ever Need”
Paul Pearsall