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Donna Eden is a bestselling[1] author, lecturer, and teacher in the field of energy medicine. The Eden Energy Medicine Certification Program is based on her work.[2] She often collaborates with her husband, David Feinstein, a clinical psychologist and a former faculty member of The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.[3]

Eden serves on the faculty of the unaccredited Energy Medicine University[4]. She conceived and trademarked the term "Energy Kinesiology" to describe a process of using muscle testing for detecting and correcting imbalances in the body; in May 2002 she granted unrestricted rights to use the term to the Energy Kinesiology Association.[5] Donna also co-founded the nonprofit Energy Medicine Institute in Ashland, Oregon. [6]

Eden's book Energy Medicine (revised edition) recently won in the self-help category of the US Book News 2008 National Best Books awards, while her book Energy Medicine for Women won in the women's health category.[7] Donna and David also co-authored Six Pillars of Energy Medicine: Clinical Strengths of a Complementary Paradigm, which was published in the journal Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine. [8]


Ideas and practice

Eden's practice has centered on "energy healing"[9] and she has shared her ideas on energy medicine throughout the United States.[10] These fields may be considered part of alternative medicine.[11][12]

Eden claims she has the ability to see the body's energies[13], and can use that ability to accurately determine the causes of physical and psychological problems based on the state of those energies, and to devise treatments.


  • Energy Medicine (paperback, with David Feinstein); Jeremy P. Tarcher/Putnam 1998 ISBN 978-1585420216
  • The Energy Medicine Kit Sounds True kit edition 2005 (paperback); ISBN 978-1591792086
  • The Promise of Energy Psychology: Revolutionary Tools for Dramatic Personal Change (paperback, with David Feinstein and Gary Craig); Jeremy P. Tarcher/Penguin 2005 ISBN 978-1585424429
  • Energy Medicine for Women: Aligning Your Body's Energies to Boost Your Health and Vitality (paperback); Penguin Group (USA) Inc. 2008 ISBN 978-1585426478


  1. ^ Amazon bestselling llist for the category of Health, Mind & Body
  2. ^ Eden Energy Medicine Certification
  3. ^ eBookstore from Sony: David Feinstein also Hypnosis Research Institute: David Feinstein also ZoomInfo: David Feinstein
  4. ^ Energy Medicine University - Faculty Bios
  5. ^ Energy Kinesiology Association News June 2003; also Alan Smith: Unbreak Your Health: The Complete Guide to Complementary & Alternative Therapies, Loving Healing Press 2007 ISBN 1932690360
  6. ^ CAM Law Blog
  7. ^ USA Book News - The National Best Books 2008 Awards Also, her Promise of Energy Psychology book was a finalist in the Indie Excellence Book Awards;(Self-help category 2007)
  8. ^ Feinstein D, Eden D (2008). "Six pillars of energy medicine: clinical strengths of a complementary paradigm". Alternative therapies in health and medicine 14 (1): 44–54. PMID 18251321.  
  9. ^ Kripalu - Center for Yoga and Health; accessed 1/27/08
  10. ^ Amazon editorial review for her DVD "The Energies of Love" accessed 1/27/08.
  11. ^ Energy medicine - an overview, National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine.
  12. ^ Johnston, Robert D. (2004): The Politics of Healing: Histories of Alternative Medicine in Twentieth-century North America, Routledge, p. 167, ISBN 9780415933391. Extract.
  13. ^ The Handbook of Humanistic Psychology By Kirk J. Schneider, James F. T. Bugental, J. Fraser Pierson, Sage Publications 2001, pg 193, ISBN 0761927824; also Essentials of Managing Stress By Brian Luke Seaward, Jones & Bartlett Publishers. pg 42 ISBN 0763708577; also The Great Rethinking conference: Just For The Health Of It!, November 3-6, 2006; accessed 1/27/08

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