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Scientive's mission is twofold:
• to offer complementary health services to assist our clients in achieving a healthier, more fulfilling lifestyle; and
• to broaden our understanding, through research and hands-on experience, of how our life contexts and beliefs are converted into biological changes that determine our physical health.


If you have experienced a trauma such as abuse, grief, or an accident, the flow of energy and information can be altered in some parts of your body. This change can reveal itself over time in the form of emotional or physical symptoms.
In addition to any types of traditional therapy you may receive to relieve your symptoms, we can assist you in restoring the flow of energy and information in your body through a variety of healing techniques such as energy work rooted in the Algonquin traditions and journeying into the subconscious, conscious, and superconscious minds.
Once the energy and information flow more smoothly throughout your body, your sense of well-being will increase naturally, and you will be able to get on with your life.


Interview with Isabelle

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It is our pleasure to post today an interview with Isabelle Goulet, founder of Scientive. Isabelle has recently graduated from a two-year shamanism training program under Pete Bernard and Jennifer Clark was curious to know how “the scientist” was doing in the realm of energy work and spirit. Here is what she had to say. Why did you invest time and energy in the 8th Fire School of Shamanism training program? While conducting my PhD research on epigenetic factors (1) that potentially influence the onset and progression of breast cancer, I realized that I could observe only a very small part of a cell at a time with the mainstream...

Are we the biggest obstacle to our own success?

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With the beginning of a new year comes the hope of a fresh start. We reflect on our goals, consider the changes we need to make, and we make our New Year’s resolutions because this is the time of year to make it happen! And while we have great intentions, statistics say that only a small percentage of us (less than 10%!) will succeed. For some of us, failure to maintain our resolutions happens with predictable regularity, year after year. We explain away our misfortune with a laundry list of standard excuses: our goals were unrealistic; we did not plan appropriately; we were not motivated enough; we got too...

Interview with Pete Bernard (PART II)

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(Continued from PART I) What results have you observed so far (especially in the case of cancer patients)? With cancer patients, I have seen a lot of positive results with pain management, either emotional pain or physical discomfort. I have seen patients whose condition has stabilized (i.e. their prognosis has not gotten any better, but has not gotten any worse either). I have seen patients who actually began to reverse their condition. Others have completely healed. I have observed the full spectrum of results. With regard to healing, age and certain aspects of a person’s lifestyle do not seem to be significant success factors. The one thing that we...

Interview with Pete Bernard (PART I)

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I am thrilled to share my interview with the Algonquin Medicine Man (Pete Bernard) with you today. Pete is an Algonquin from the Algonquins of Pikwàkanagàn First Nation in Golden Lake, Ontario, Canada. He is a Midewin (often referred to as a Healer or Shaman) who offers private healing ceremonies, rituals, group healing circles, and offers various training programs for those interested in learning Medicine Work. He also offers public talks on Spirituality and Healing. Along with being Traditionally Trained in Medicine Work, he is also a Certified Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Certified Hypnotist, Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) Practitioner, Medical Qigong, Reiki Master, and trained in many other types of...

The gene: a “field of possibilities”?

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Further to my previous post on epigenetics, I came across an interesting article entitled “Epigenetics: biology’s quantum mechanics” by Richard A. Jorgensen published in Frontiers in Plant Science in April 2011. In his article, Dr. Jorgensen draws an interesting parallel between the evolution of the molecular view toward the broader epigenetic view of the gene and the evolution of concepts of atomic physics from Newtonian to quantum mechanics (Table I). Far from dismissing the classical views of the gene and of the atom, this parallel reveals that each view “represents early, incomplete descriptions of reality that required important modification and enrichment before we could fully understand the nature of...