Remembering Valerie Hunt
We are saddened to announce that Valerie Hunt, recipient of the 2013 Ageless Grace “Gracie” Award, died February 15th, 2014 at the age of 97. She exemplified the core values of Ageless Grace: living a life–whatever one’s age–of comfort and ease, with beauty and in grace.
Dr. Valerie V. Hunt was a Professor Emeritus of the Department of Physiological Sciences at UCLA, and resident of Malibu, California.
Dr. Hunt was a pioneering scientist who was the first to measure the human bioenergy field in a laboratory. Her early research established the validity of bioenergy fields by measuring vibrations of the field with high frequency electronic instruments and capturing these on video and audio tapes. Her groundbreaking work was published in Infinite Mind: Science of the Human Vibrations of Consciousness in 1996.
Her visionary approach and high standard of scientific integrity that led her to groundbreaking discoveries in energy fields, won her international acclaim from researchers in the fields of physiology, medicine and bioengineering.
Dr. Hunt was consulted in space biology for NASA and was also a field reader for US Department of Health, Education and Welfare research grants.
She taught courses at 20 medical colleges and universities both in the United States and abroad. In addition, she traveled the world, and studied ritualistic healings and mysticism in the Orient, South America, Africa and the Pacific Islands.
In addition to Infinite Mind, she authored Naibhu : A Spiritual Odyssey, Mind Mastery Meditations: A Workbook for the “Infinite Mind“, Uncork Your Consciousness, and Journey of a Soul: From Scientist to Mystic.
To learn more about Dr. Hunt’s work, visit her websites:
And she is also on YouTube: