Gary E. Schwartz, Ph.D, is a Professor of Psychology, Medicine, Neurology, Psychiatry, and Surgery at the University of Arizona and Director of its Laboratory for Advances in Consciousness and Health. He is also Corporate Director of Development of Energy Healing at Canyon Ranch. Gary received his PhD from Harvard in 1971, was an Assistant Professor at Harvard, and was a Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry at Yale University and director of the Yale Psychophysiology Center before moving to the University of Arizona in 1988.
He has published more than 450 scientific papers, including six papers in the journal SCIENCE, co-edited 11 academic books, and is the author of The Energy Healing Experiments (2007), The G.O.D. Experiments (2006), The Afterlife Experiments (2002), The Truth about Medium (2005), and The Living Energy Universe (1999). He is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association, the American Psychological Society, The Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research, and the Society of Behavioral medicine. His research integrates mind-body medicine, energy medicine, and spiritual medicine. His new book The Sacred Promise: How Science is Discovering Spirit’s Collaboration with Us in Our Daily Lives was published Jan 11, 2011
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time traveled back in time to February 8, 2011, when Dr. Gary Schwartz joined Art Bell to discuss how consciousness survives death through a circulating feedback process system of electrons and neutrons.
Dave Schrader (email) was joined in the first hour by University of Arizona professor Gary Schwartz, who discussed his research in afterlife communication—his laboratory is attempting to measure the energy of... More »
Filmmaker and producer Paul Davids discussed his new documentary, The Life After Death Project, which chronicles possible after death communications that came from sci-fi luminary, Forrest J. Ackerman. Professor at the University of Arizona, More »
Professor at the University of Arizona, Dr. Gary Schwartz, discussed his latest research on quantifying the spirit world including contacting the dead in the laboratory, and expanding on the work of Harry Houdini. An advocate for science or evidence-based spirituality, he suggested that Spirit could be thought of like air or... More »
University of Arizona professor of psychology and neurology Dr. Gary Schwartz shared how he used science to conclude that nothing happens by chance and that some kind of organizing process must exist. Referring to this process as G.O.D. (Guiding-Organizing-Designing), he contended that an intelligent principle or consciousness is permeated throughout the universe, and "the all is in... More »
In this rebroadcast from 1/23/06, skeptic Dr. Michael Shermer debated scientists Gary Schwartz, Russell Targ and Dean Radin on such topics as mediums and remote viewing. The first hour was a replay from 2/12/07, featuring Casey & Jeannie Kasem.
Dr. Gary Schwartz returned to report on his studies of mediums, such as Allison DuBois (who is currently being fictionalized on the hit TV show Medium). DuBois first visited Schwartz telling him that "she sees dead people" and that her spirit guides told her to have her skills tested. Allison, along with two other mediums, Laurie Campbell and Mary Occhino, showed off their... More »
Dr. Gary Schwartz shared the results of his laboratory controlled experiments in which mediums claimed to communicate with the deceased. In one test, with three mediums (including John Edward) and five research sitters, the mediums consistently revealed accurate information about deceased loved ones, even though the sitters... More »