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Christine Upchurch Feels the Vibration of Change

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Christine Upchurch, M.S. is the Vibration of Change™ creator and coach, a workshop leader, writer, TEDx speaker, spiritual myth buster, healer, explorer of consciousness, and host of the nationally syndicated The Christine Upchurch Show now in its sixth year. She has been a featured guest on radio shows across North America, and has taught thousands across the globe to tap into “something more” for the purpose of healing and transformation.

Christine is a former statistician who has applied statistics within the fields of engineering, telecommunications, psychology, and medicine. For several years she designed and analyzed clinical trials in cancer research at one of the most prestigious cancer centers in the world, helping to evaluate new cancer treatments as well as to quantitatively assess quality of life for those undergoing treatment. In this role she coauthored several articles which have been published in mainstream medical journals.

Years ago, Christine herself faced the early stages of cancer, and doctors had nothing immediately to offer her as treatment. Instead of waiting to begin the plan of what ultimately would become indefinite chemotherapy, Christine decided to explore alternative options. She shifted her life in a variety of ways, and eventually the cancer disappeared. This health crisis, which she considers to have been a “gift in disguise,” served to expand her belief system as well as to redirect her professional path.

Christine ventured into the realm of alternative healing, and eventually had the honor of being one of only four instructors teaching Reconnective Healing to new practitioners around the world. She then went on to co-create and teach transformational processes known as “activations,” energetic processes which have been called “profound” and “life changing.” As a healer and a teacher of healing, Christine has touched the lives of thousands across the globe.

Christine has had the privilege of being on the other side of the research equation, as she herself has been a subject of scientific research evaluating the effects of energy healing. She participated in multiple studies conducted by the University of Arizona, the William A. Tiller Institute for Psychoenergetic Science, and St. Petersberg University in Russia. In these studies, scientists evaluated the effect that healers can have on various endpoints: damaged DNA, coherence, extremely low frequency vibration, entropy, psychic imprinting, the light in clients’ energy fields, and clients’ range of motion. Christine is grateful to have been a part of ground-breaking research showing the powerful effects we can have on our world and those around us by working with subtle energy.

After being in the field of energy healing for more than a decade, Christine began seeking additional ways to help empower others on their journeys. Having developed a deep understanding of the energetic nature of change, she created The Vibration of Change™, which synthesizes various approaches to change into a single unifying model. The Vibration of Change provides individuals with a new type of personalized road map for creating positive, lasting transformation. She teaches this in workshops, offers it as one-on-one coaching, and is currently writing a book about this topic.

Christine also blogs about a range of topics, from challenging some of the assumptions the consciousness community has had about spirituality, to sharing her perspective about the global shift underway. On the cutting edge of what she calls the new mainstream, Christine is passionate about helping empower others to live more expansive and vibrant lives.

Christine is the recipient of a 2014 Global Women’s Summits/The Women’s Information Network (WIN) Leadership Award. Legendary human potential leader Dr. Jean Houston calls Christine “a midwife of souls.”

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