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Dr. Cynthia Miller is a daughter, sister and mother. She’s a designer, visual artist, whitewater river guide, adventurer, healer, author and PhD in Cellular Transformation & the Psychology of Change.
She is the daughter of one of the scientists responsible for creating the bombs, Fat Man and Little Boy dropped on Nagasaki and Hiroshima respectively. Her childhood is filled with memories of her father’s obsession with the hydrogen bomb. According to records, he personally witnessed at least 131 tests. He brought home the fallout to his family. In 1995 she was diagnosed with weapons grade plutonium poisoning.
Her childhood was defined by secrets, the overpowering presence of death, her mother’s alcoholism and the physical and psychological pain of growing up in that household. Her father’s work took her to Iran, India, Switzerland, for school, and California among others.
Those experiences shaped her. She had an intense awareness of other realms, of a spiritual world that she interacted with.
She set out to free herself and others from daily physical and metaphysical pain.
Where you can find Dr. Cynthia Miller's work.
Books: Unseen Connections, A Memoir from Pain and Violence to Joy (2021), The Art of Radical Gratitude: Your Guide to Love, Joy, and Abundance (2016)
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