Douglas has a wide scope of practical and clinical experience with different natural remedies and alternative holistic healing. He has experience in modalities from Radionics, Reiki, "Soul retrieval", raw food / juicing, fasting, bio-terrain analysis, Craniosacral Therapy, and Live-blood analysis/observation, to Acupuncture, Ayurveda and Tibetan Medicine. He has apprenticed in the clinics of physical therapists, master Nutritionists, Acupuncturists, and doctors of Unani, Siddha, Ayurvedic and Tibetan medicine(Sowa Rigpa). He spent 7 years living and traveling in South America, Asia, and the Far East. His studies have taken him through Europe, India, Indonesia, Nepal, and parts of China that were once the country of Tibet. While studying various healing approaches, Douglas studied at University level for almost 10 years; Music Composition(3.5 yrs), Architecture Design (3 yrs) and Biology(3.5yrs) at University of Nevada Las Vegas. In the late 1990's he began practicing UL Craniosacral therapy and deepened his knowledge of Ayurveda working as a yoga teacher and therapist at the Growing Edge in Big Sur, CA. He first visited India, China, Nepal, and Tibet in 1991. He received a certificate of 500-hour study from National Institute of Ayurvedic Medicine in 1998 and studied Pancha Karma under a famous Ashta Vaidya, Dr. Vishundas Kannan of Kerala, India in 2004. He also studied Live Blood Observation with 3 different schools and Bioterrain research. IL. In 2010 he began his formal studies in Sowa Rigpa. In the summers of 2013 and 2014, Gunasilan studied of Sowa Rigpa in Amdo, Tibet at a famous all Sowa Rigpa Hospital in Malo, under the direction of his primary teacher Dr. Nida Chenagtsang. In 2017 he authored a book called Principle of Harmony in Healing, Unity in the Mystery and History of Medicine, in which Dr. Nida wrote the preface.