Caroline Myss is dedicated to creating educational programs in the fields of human consciousness, spirituality and mysticism, health, energy medicine, and the science of medical intuition. In 2003, she established CMED, her own educational institute, which offers two programs on Sacred Contracts and Mysticism. She also maintains a rigorous international workshop and lecture schedule and continues a consultation practice as a medical intuitive with physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, and other health practitioners.
Myss began her professional career as a journalist and publisher. Her company, Stillpoint Publishing, produced an average of ten books per year in the field of human consciousness and holistic health. Simultaneously she began her career as a medical intuitive. Through this research, Myss developed the field of Energy Anatomy, a science that partners specific emotional/psychological/physical/spiritual stress patterns with the diseases that they create or influence. Eventually this ground-breaking research became standard classroom material for students studying the principles of holistic health, psychological stress patterns, and the alternative methods of healing.
Following that research, Myss developed her interest in the language of symbols, myths, and archetypes. Her medical intuitive readings expanded beyond gathering data on health stress patterns to including the symbolic language inherent to each individual. As a result of that research, Caroline was able to profile an individual's "Sacred Contract," a complex of 12 archetypal patterns that reflect in mythic language the agreements the soul made prior to birth. This research opened an entirely new area of work that drew interest from around the globe.
In 2003, based on the interest generated by her work in Sacred Contracts, Caroline opened her own educational institute. CMED (Caroline Myss Education) offers two programs per year, each three sessions long. The first is on Sacred Contracts and the second is on Mysticism, Intuition, and Healing. The Institute draws students from nineteen nations as well as across the United States.
- Wise counsel on health and healing
- Appreciation of mysticism
- Teachings on grace and mystery