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Dr. Jake

Dr. Jake Felice

Jake Felice, ND, LMP, is an avid longboard surfer, internet surfer and blogger.  A graduate of Bastyr University, Dr. Felice has taught graduate-level classes in Western Pathology, Microbiology/AIDS, and Western Clinical Medicine at the Seattle Institute for Oriental Medicine. Dr. Felice lived in Asia for six years where he studied Zen-shiatsu and tai chi, and earned a 3rd degree black belt in aikido. He has performed thousands of hours of manual therapy and combines this experience with insights from the martial arts to gain a unique perspective on our body’s sense of fear, pain, and performance.  Dr. Felice’s vision is to share the healing power of nature with the human community.

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  1. Oh, this is who you are! I have been following you on Twitter but not as closely as I would like. If you are ever giving a seminar or speaking anywhere in the Silicon Valley, would really like to hear you.

    The Fox News tape was informative. I knew most of it and knew the mercury in it was way too high but this tape reminded me. Will put this on my blog to get the information out there even more.

    Best to You,
    Barbara

  2. Thank you so much for your kind sentiments.

    In the words of Henry David Thoreau: “I do not propose to write an ode to dejection, but to brag as lustily as Chanticleer in the morning, standing on his roost, if only to wake my neighbors up.”

    Many blessings! -Dr. Jake

  3. Akin to Jim and Tammy Faye Baker no doubt. To those who do not know better, your credentials seem impressive. For those of us who have studied natural science, physical science, and behavioral science, as well as Asian Culture, we know the truth.

    • Instead of dealing with content and substance Sharon, just attack the messenger??? This the antithesis of good science and debate! The above post is a great example of ugliness that is unfortunately all too common.

      It doesn’t take an advanced degree to recognize foolishness. Science, like politics has become corrupt from its incessant focus and competition for funding dollars. In our institutes of higher learning, the halls of medicine are incestuous and remain frozen in old paradigms. If you doubt this even slightly, follow the money trail to the source of funding and see for yourself with your own eyes.

      Claiming to “know the truth” denies the unfathomable mystery of the cosmos. A few simple rules of navigation might help free your mind:

      1) Nobody really knows much of anything so do your own thinking.
      2) You don’t have to be that smart to help somebody.
      3) It helps to closely examine the evidence.
      4) If you are uncertain of someone’s motivation, follow the money. Clues along this path can be enlightening!


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