During this job, I have met all kinds of people who say they believe what they believe but it’s rare to find someone who full heartily believes what they believe. And then it’s even more fascinating to me to find out they made money from it.
And it’s even more mind-boggling when those two previously stated things are found with Dr. Dawn Ella, The Soul Medic.
A co-worker gave me a business card that was run over in a parking lot with the words “The Soul Medic.” Reasons why she gave the card, I leave for her, but she tasked to find it out if “The Soul Medic exists. She does exist and has nestled herself into the very calming and relaxing Omni Balanced Life Center in Naples, Florida.
She welcomed my inquiries of her profession with a gentle smile and a slight nervousness of being in front of a camera.
Thirteen-years-ago, Dawn was a graphic designer and model like so many others in our material world. Then a horrific car accident left her in a coma for three days. During that time, Dawn believes she experienced what most will call an afterlife. She spoke to a creator and was given a task to help people.
Whatever you believe she did visit the afterlife and came back is something I leave you the reader. What I can say is the free market in our area has deemed her services has monetary value. Along with selling books, Dr. Dawn Ella offers books and session of Soul Body Optimization.
Since I never had any of these sessions, I can’t say what Soul Body Optimization means but her literature on the subject describes it as such:
“Soul Body Optimization Healing is an ‘energy therapy’ and is based on the idea that an unseen ‘life force energy’ flows through us and is what causes us to be alive. This form of integrative medicine is healing-oriented medicine that takes account of the whole person (body, mind, and spirit), including all aspects of lifestyle.”
To parse that out, I guess you would need a doctorate of Divinity and Metaphysics from the Universal Life Church like Dawn Ella does.
What is obvious to me is she is offering a service people are paying for, and from the looks of it, they are satisfied customers. For everything else, that’s for theologians, philosophers, and psychologists to argue about.