Reverend Lang Davison has worked for 25 years in two worlds that, on the surface at least, couldn’t be more dissimilar: business and the healing arts. As an energy healer, Lang has trained extensively with the Reverend Rosalyn Bruyere, the internationally acclaimed healer, clairvoyant, medicine woman, and acknowledged oracle for the Tibetan Bon Po, Sixth Lineage of the Pre-Buddhist Tradition. Lang is an ordained minister of healing in Rosalyn Bruyere's non-denominational Healing Light Center Church. He's also trained or apprenticed with Barbara Brennan, Greg Schelkun, and Hyemeyohsts Storm.
Lang is a clairvoyant visionary, Christian mystic, and member of a traveling band of energy healers that’s reincarnated together every 500 years since the Lemurian Epoch. He knows Fortune 500 chiefs and Native Indian Chiefs. He talks to entrepreneurs and to spirit guides and to at least one Archangel.
Previously Lang was a partner in a big consulting firm, a best-selling author of business books (Net Gain, The Power of Pull), and the editor-in-chief of the “Rolls Royce” of business publications—The McKinsey Quarterly.
Lang’s experience walking in two worlds allows him to navigate and integrate aspects of life that are too-often kept separate. He helps bring more intuitively oriented people the grounding they need to thrive while helping more material-world folks expand their awareness and calm their energies.
As he gives healing treatments, Lang works something like a radio receiver, tuning in beneficial frequencies and conducting these energies through to the client. Paying close attention to where the energy goes in the client's physical and energetic anatomy, Lang helps direct this flow to its highest uses while balancing, cleansing, and charging the client's electromagnetic field.
Lang holds an A.B. from Dartmouth College, an MFA from the Columbia School of the Arts, and an MBA from Columbia Business School, and Master of Natural Theology in Sacred Healing from the Healing Light Center Church's Crucible Program. He lives with his wife, two children, three cats, five hens, and two fish in Portland, OR.