For the Australian cricketer, see Brian Sheen (cricketer).

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Brian Sheen is an American Integrative medicine practitioner, writer,educator and lecturer on complementary and alternative medicine


1 Family History
2 Early life
3 Career
4 Publications
5 Audio CDs
6 References
7 External links

Family History[edit]
Sheen was born in the East Flatbush, Brooklyn, New York to Marilyn Conner Sheen Feinstein and Mickey Sheen. His maternal grandparents emigrated from the Ukraine in the beginning of the twentieth century and his paternal grandparents from Austria and Russia. His father was a notable jazz drummer that played with such musicians such as Chubby Jackson, Coleman Hawkins and Dizzy Gillespie. Sheen has been married three times and has three children, Springsong, Ariel and Jaz, one from each of his marriages.
Early life[edit]
His first opening began after he read Hermann Hesse’s book Siddhartha that inspired him to find another way to look at life and explore what Buddhism had to offer him. After exploring the teachings of Buddhism, Transcendental Meditation and other eastern philosophies, Sheen began studying Metaphysics at age 17 and began training in New York City. He then traveled to London to attend the Hubbard College near London before he went on to study advanced metaphysical techniques at their training school in Portugal and Spain. After completing his studies, he moved to Boston and worked as a management consultant, life coach and alternative therapist at the Executive Education Center.[1] It was here he became developing what was later to become Quantum Embodiment that emphasized putting into action the principles of neuro-science and Quantum Physics from a integrative standpoint. In 1975 he moved to West Palm Beach, Florida to co-manage a group of struggling enterprises involved in International Communications while establishing a new Alternative Medicine Counseling Group. During this time he became the Southeast US coordinator for the Association for Childbirth at Home International and gave home birth training classes while working with lay midwives and families who wanted to have their children in their home.
Next, Sheen worked for investment planning groups such as Bache and Co. (later Prudential Securit