People Who Kick Buts: Caroline Myss
The soul always knows what to do to heal itself. The challenge is to silence the mind.
- American woman claiming to be a medical intuitive and claiming to be a mystic as well as the author of numerous books and audio tapes, including five New York Times Best Sellers.
- She has also been on the The Oprah Winfrey Show, several times, since her first appearance in 2002, and in 2001 she hosted a TV series, titled, “The Journey With Caroline Myss”, at Oxygen (TV network), co-owned by Oprah Winfrey, exploring the spiritual and psychological roadblocks of life in an intimate workshop setting, apart from that she has also done TV Specials, “Three Levels of Power & How to Use Them” and “Why People Don’t Heal & How They Can,” based on her work.
- Caroline Myss was born on December 2, 1952 in Chicago, and grew up with her parents, and two brothers. Caroline was raised a Catholic.
- She completed her Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from the Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College in Indiana in 1974, and started her career in journalism in Chicago.
- Caroline Myss received her PhD from an unaccredited institution (Greenwich University)which was originally based in Australia. Many critics question the validity of her degree, saying that she created a department at a fake University to grant herself a degree and lend credibility to her writings.
- During the course of her career, she interviewed Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, M.D., the author of the famous book, On Death and Dying, which inspired her to pursue a Master’s degree in theology from Mundelein College, Chicago, which she completed in 1979.
- She started giving medical intuitive readings in 1982 and co-founded a small New Age publishing company, Stillpoint Publishing in Walpole, New Hampshire, where she also worked as an editor in 1983, next she began consulting with holistic doctors, which in 1984, led to her extensive collaboration with Dr. Norman Shealy, an M.D. schooled at Harvard, and the founder of the American Holistic Medical Association, with whom she later co-authored, “Aids: Passageway to Transformation,” in 1987, followed by “The Creation of Health: The Emotional, Psychological, and Spiritual Responses that Promote Health and Healing,” in 1988.