The Love Code merges quantum science with ancient wisdom to create a unique spiritual technology that any one can learn and implement in their lives. The Love Code is a mind and heart expanding show with best-selling authors, quantum scientists, spiritual teachers as well as special guests who will share their healing miracles.

Born into a tribe of movers and shakers, Lee McCormick has always lived out loud.  He is the founder of The Integrative Life Center in Nashville, The Ranch Recovery Center in Tennessee, and The Canyon Treatment Center in Malibu, California and has been a creative force in the Mental Health and Recovery scene for over 20 years.  He founded Spirit Recovery Inc. to produce Healing and Recovery conferences and Spiritual Journeys around the world. Lee is also a co-founder of Front Porch Partners a Consulting, Management, and Research Development Company working in the medical and behavioral Health disciplines.


The Power of Heart Intelligence with Deborah  Rozman Ph.D

Deborah Rozman, Ph.D  has over 30 years of experience as a business executive, serial entrepreneur, psychologist, author, and educator. She has been involved with HeartMath since it’s inception, first as founding executive director of the nonprofit HeartMath Institute , then as executive Vice President of the HeartMath LLC, and for the past decade as a founding director, president and CEO  of Quantum  Intech Inc.

My Path from the Seen World to the Unseen Worlds with Reiko Dewey (Reiko Maa)
Reiko Dewey (Rajeshwari Maa) served as one of the few female officers at a major international investment bank in Japan during her 10 year career in finance. She then went into the Healing Arts as a profession, where she has been teaching on healing and spirituality for over 25 years. She has studied with Drunvalo Melchizedek, trained with British Osteopath Hugh Milne in Visionary Craniosacral Work, and Osteopath Dr. Steven Weiss in The Altar of Creation. She has also had extensive training in energy healing work,  in Continuum Movement, and in various modalities of massage, sound healing and bodywork.

Sai Maa has been her guiding force on her spiritual and healing path. Reiko Maa has dedicated her life path to Sai Maa’s mission as Brahmacharini and received the title of Mahamandaleshwar as one of the few women to receive this title in its 2,700 year history.

She is currently the Managing Director for Sai Maa Japan, and she teaches extensively in Japan, the US and Europe.



Thrive II: Preparing for an Evolutionary Leap for Humanity with Kimberly Carter Gamble

Kimberly Carter Gamble Produced, Directed, and Co-Wrote THRIVE: What On Earth Will It Take? and THRIVE II: This Is What It Takes. Kimberly is the Founder and CEO of Clear Compass Media, Thrive Movement International, and ThriveOn. All of her work is designed to help up-level people’s sense of what is possible so that they stop settling for less. Toward that end, she focuses on breakthrough innovations and technologies that empower people and heal themselves and the planet in unprecedented ways. She is a mother and grandmother and is grateful for the opportunity to have such a love-filled and on-purpose life.

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A Physician's Story of Addiction, Depression, Hope and Recovery with Dr. Adam Hill

Dr. Adam B. Hill is a palliative care physician at Riley Hospital for Children. Dr. Hill is a proud Hoosier, a Butler Bulldog and an IUSM graduate. He completed his pediatric residency training at St. Louis University, a fellowship in pediatric hematology/oncology at Duke University and a palliative medicine fellowship at IUSM. His work in palliative care is focused on allowing patients to live the best quality of life possible, in the midst of chronic, life-limiting and/or life threatening medical conditions. In addition to palliative care, Dr. Hill is passionate about physician wellness/self-care, physician education, and international medical work. His international work has allowed him to work in Belize, Mexico, Kenya, Tanzania and Australia over the past several years. In addition, as part of his work in palliative care, he serves as the medical director for a week long summer camp for children affected by childhood cancer.

 Dr. Hill is passionate about physician wellness and self-care in the context of changing the culture of medicine surrounding mental health conditions and addiction. In 2017, Dr. Hill published a groundbreaking New England Journal of Medicine articled titled “Breaking the Stigma: A Physician’s
Perspective on Self- Care and Recovery”. In this article and his lectures, Dr. Hill shares his own story of personal recovery from depression and substance use. As a result, Dr. Hill has become a national recognized lecturer on the topic, including an upcoming book publication with Central Recovery Press entitled “Long Walk Out of the Woods: Lessons from a Physician’s Addiction Recovery”.

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