The Science of Healing and Wholeness with Dr. Susan Burger

SusanBurger.fwDr. Susan Burger and The Moonbeam Initiative will host an educational and inspirational workshop, The Science of Healing and Wholeness, from 7 to 9:30 p.m., October 12, at Dr. Susan Burger’s Vitality Center, in Morrisville. The evening workshop will begin with viewing the movie The Living Matrix––The Science of Healing. Discussion will follow and questions will be welcomed. Burger will offer simple ways to understand the bigger picture of healing physically, emotionally and energetically, and how to apply that healing to everyday life and relationships.

The movie uncovers new ideas about the intricate web of factors that determine health. “Modern biochemical medicine has not offered any explanations as to how healing really takes place, but we know that our bodies are self-healing,” offers Burger. “We are finding that the living matrix is a field that regulates the body at its most fundamental level. This new quantum biology looks beyond DNA, genes and cells, and uncovers a fascinating and deeper understanding of what controls and regulates our physiology.”

Burger, a chiropractor, educator and holistic life catalyst, serves as an instrument of positive change, compassion and well-being worldwide. For nearly 30 years, she has provided a nurturing, caring atmosphere for wellness and healing as the owner and director of Dr. Susan Burger’s Vitality Center, a thriving, multi-practitioner, holistic health center. “Everything is connected to everything,” enthuses Burger. “We live in a field of intelligence and information that connects us all beyond time and distance. Understanding this new science can lead to living a healthier, happier life.”

Cost: $20. Location: 300 W. Trenton Ave., Ste. 200, Morrisville. To register, call 215-736-3803 or email For more information, visit

September 2016

‘Embracing the Deep Mystery of Wholeness’ Event Series by Dr. Susan Burger, Featuring Body Psychologist Philip Shepherd

NewSelfNewWorld-01Dr. Susan Burger and The Moonbeam Initiative will present Embracing the Deep Mystery of Wholeness, a series of thought provoking events focused on what keeps us feeling separate from each other, and how to break through into a new paradigm of living. The series will culminate in a weekend workshop featuring special guests, classes, presentations, music and meditation on June 25 and 26 at the James Lorah Auditorium, in Doylestown.

“We use terms like oneness, wholeness, and divine intelligence and say ‘we are all connected’,” says Burger, founder and director of Dr. Susan Burger’s Vitality Center, a multi-practitioner wellness center in Morrisville. “But what do we really mean, and how do we live and embody this truth? Are these just metaphysical terms or are they backed by science?” she asks, adding, “This journey is not for those who are comfortable with the status quo.”

The series will kick off this month with Friday night movie screenings at the Dr. Susan Burger Vitality Center.  Black Whole will be shown at 7 p.m. on April 8, and a double feature, Animate Earth and Plants Behaving Badly will be shown at 7 and 9:30 p.m. on Earth Day, April 22.

PhilipShepherdFeatured guests at the June 25 and 26 weekend conference will include acclaimed body psychologist Philip Shepherd, author of New Self, New World: Recovering Our Senses in the Twenty-First Century, presenting one of his signature workshops, Radical Wholeness. Also presenting will be Charles Gilchrist, mandala and sacred geometry artist, and Gabriel Cavazos, a bio-environmental designer, along with Dr. Burger and others.

Massage therapists can qualify for six CE credits with Philip Shepherd. A mandala workbook will be provided with Charles Gilchrist.

Location: Friday night movies and events are held at Dr.Susan Burger’s Vitality Center, 300 W. Trenton Ave., Ste. 200, Morrisville. The weekend workshop in June will be held at the James Lorah Auditorium, 132 N. Main St., Doylestown.  For more information or to purchase tickets, call 215-736-3803 or visit See ad, page 8