Dr. Landrith is a cutting-edge quantum field psychologist and energy healer,
whose research was cited in the highly-acclaimed film,
"What the Bleep Do You Know?,"
which combines quantum field technology with tapping on acupuncture
points to teach people how to create the life of their dreams.
Dr. Landrith was among the first to scientifically document that
"what we think inside, can have a profound influence on the outer world."
In his pioneering peer-reviewed published research studies in 1981, 1982 and 1988,
it was found that the inner thoughts of groups of individuals can actually improve
the quality of life in the cities they live-by lowering crimes, auto accidents and suicides.
In short, we can create miracles in our outer worlds with our own minds.
His scientific studies have been published in numerous journals,
including, "International Journal of Neuroscience,"
"Journal of Crime and Justice," and "The Journal of Mind and Behavior".
In addition, his research has been cited by numerous authors,
including: Deepak Chopra, Md., Neale Donald Walsh, and Dr. Dean Radin.
Dr Landrith's techniques were so well thought of that he was invited to teach
a training class at Fort Carson Military Base in Colorado for the Therapists and Psychologists,
on how to use this technology to help the soldiers returning from the war.
He has been a featured speaker at numerous conferences including most recently:
The Psychic Studies Institute (2007), The Institute for Noetic Sciences (Tucson 2008), The Unity Church Convention (2009).
The Psychic Studies Institute (2007, 2011), The Institute for Noetic Sciences (Tucson 2008, 2011),
The Unity Church Convention (2009).
In a recent demonstration project of his Quantum Tapping Technology,
Dr Landrith was able to help reduce the crime rates in Dallas by over 23% over an 18-month period.
Over 1000 people were participating in this demonstration project,
proving that these energy techniques done on our body, enhance the power of our mind and thoughts.