In Episode 10 of A Medicinal Mind: Wisdom and Well Being I have perhaps my deepest, most personal and somehow most playful conversation to date with my mentor in integrative and spirituality engaged family medicine, Dr Gregory Gelburd DO.
As you will hear in the podcast, it was by amazing chance and beautiful synchronicity that Greg and I crossed paths, quickly becoming colleagues, friends, and family beyond measure. From sharing a room together during a mission trip to Haiti, to holding a space for healing alongside Greg’s patients, I have been tremendously blessed to have worked and learned from Greg’s incredible wisdom and his faithful giving heart.
In this conversation, or should I say, this storytelling, you will hear much of Greg’s fascinating background, his undeniable humor and his amazing dedication to restoring health for those in his community, no matter their socioeconomic background, or ability to pay.
Digging into the details of the show we explore
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Greg shares countless stories of life as an osteopathic physician serving in underserved communities, trying to figure out exactly what was the patient’s REAL REASON FOR COMING.
And in the end Greg opens his own heart to share a personal and vulnerable story of error and forgiveness that will leave your heart yearning to forgive as well, perhaps forgiving those that have hurt you to your core.
I will simply stop here and share again how grateful I am to call Greg a mentor and friend and I hope you can find some nourishing stories embedded in our playful, yet deep conversation leading you to live a life more open, more fulfilled, and undeniably free.
Enjoy the show.
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