Dreams, Drawings, Dr. Oz and Your Health
By Kathleen O’Keefe-Kanavos
What do dreams, dream-drawings, and the Dr. Oz Show have in common? The short answer is health. The longer answer is health, healing, the diagnosis of life-threatening illnesses, research by Drs. Larry Burk and Bernie Siegel, and the Dr. Oz Show: The Sixth Sense — Shocking Premonitions (Jan. 28, 2017) about lifesaving precognitive dreams.
After two recent medical studies, precognitive dreams and random drawings by patients are getting attention and gaining respect in the medical community (1). The studies focused on psychological factors experienced during a precognitive dream. There is more to dreaming and drawing than rest and relaxation. Your dreams are a gift from you to yourself filled with messages of life, and dream messages of illness validated by pathology reports have saved people from an untimely death.
Larry Burk, MD, former chief of radiology at Duke University Medical Center, completed a ground-breaking study (2) involving 18 women who had warning dreams preceding breast cancer diagnosis. These dreams involved spirit guides, angels, voices, tactile intervention dreams, visitations from deceased loved ones and doctors in dreams who later performed surgery in the dreamer’s waking world. Medical reports validated the dreams. “Dreams, in some sense, are giving us information all the time and interpreting things happening to us. They are often a metaphor for living our life like a waking dream,” says Burk.
During my interview on The Kat Kanavos Show podcast with Bernie Siegel, MD, (posted in the Reference section below for your viewing pleasure) he points out, “Larry and I got information in medical school. We didn’t get an education. Doctors don’t get into people’s lives to see what makes them vulnerable, which may be part of the cause of their physical disease.”
Siegel explains, “Most medical doctors are trained to treat the result, not the cause of illness.” Siegel has been working with dreams “for a hundred years or so…” and believes our dreams can correctly diagnose our life. “I don’t know any medical schools that tell their students to ask people what they are dreaming.”
To state his point, Siegel shares the story of a woman who dreamed an East Indian female doctor told her she had cancer. Upon awakening, she…