32-year-old Malaysian CEO and environmental health consultant Daniel Mong, PhD, MCMA gets conferred with the prestigious Fellowship of the Royal Society of Arts, joining an exclusive global community of 30,000 innovators, entrepreneurs and change-makers that have been given this rare honour since 1754.
The Fellowship of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA) is an award granted to individuals that the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacture and Commerce (Royal Society of Arts in short or RSA) judges to have made outstanding achievements in the field of social progress and development. Past and current fellows include leading activists, artists, writers, journalists, and former politicians who have made significant contributions to their fields. Current fellows include: Tim Berners-Lee and Judi Dench, and previous fellows have included the likes of Stephen Hawking, Charles Dickens, Karl Marx, and Benjamin Franklin.
The Royal Society of the Arts is a 269-year-old organisation which was founded by William Shipley. It was granted a Royal Charter in 1847 and the right to use the term Royal in its name by King Edward VII in 1908.
Founded during the Enlightenment, the RSA characterises itself as “an enlightenment organization committed to finding innovative practical solutions to today’s social challenges”, has been at the forefront of social change in London and around the world. The RSA’s past projects include delivering fresh drinking water to the developing world, rethinking intellectual property from first principles to produce a Charter (published as the Adelphi Charter), investigating schemes to manage international migration, and exploring the feasibility of a UK-wide personal carbon trading system.
Fellows have access to the brightest new ideas, innovative projects, grants, and a platform for social change. Renowned thinkers and doers have been invited to present their ideas on the RSA’s stage ever since the society was founded, including more recently Sir Ken Robinson, Al Gore, Sir David Attenborough, Alain de Botton, Michael Sandel, Nassim Nicholas Taleb, Desmond Tutu, and David Cameron.
About Dr. Daniel Mong and Geo Harmony Solutions
Dr. Daniel co-founded and manages Geo Harmony Solutions in Malaysia five years ago. Geo Harmony Solutions is an International Practitioners of Holistic Medicine (IPHM) accredited organization which provides holistic environmental health training, consultation, environmental energetic testing, and solutions on subtle detrimental energy qualities originated from geopathic stress (earth’s natural detrimental radiation). It was founded right after Dr. Daniel’s recovery from clinically diagnosed Major Depressive Disorder caused by the same detrimental radiation that impacted his physical and mental health at his previous home.
Through many years of active participation in the field of healthcare and complementary medicine, Dr. Daniel has partnered up with multiple biomedical healthcare professionals including Prof. Dr. A.C. Tan and Mr Holger of Rayonex Biomedical Germany to spread the awareness by participating in national conferences, public and private sharing sessions alike; the aim is to make sure that people in the public receive valid information and latest research on environmental health.
Despite his hectic schedule managing Geo Harmony Solutions and being actively involved in the industry himself, Dr. Daniel, as an avid learner, never neglects the importance of ongoing professional development. He is a member of several charitable professional societies such as the Royal Society of Medicine and non-profit organizations such as the Complementary Medical Association, UK, where he has spent years learning about current global issues in healthcare and complementary medicine. These learning experiences have enabled him to better understand the healthcare landscape in Malaysia in relation to the potential environmental health risks Malaysians face on a daily basis.
Through many years of practice in the field as an environmental medicine consultant, Dr. Daniel always warns about so-called “Geopathologist” who uses aura meter and lecher antenna to check for Geopathic Stress (detrimental earth radiation) which is ultimately inaccurate, unreliable, and unprofessional. He has received multiple complains from his current clients who have paid sky-high fee to these “professionals” who often bombarded the people of public about the Cancer causing properties of Geopathic Stress and the only solution is to avoid it, which is not entirely true. “Geopathic Stress has caused a wide array of health issues rather than just cancer, and geopathic stress zone can be harmonized according to various research. If we can only avoid Geopathic Stress Zones, then those who live in small houses with high geopathic stress zone occupancy level would be in big trouble. GS (Geopathic Stress) can be harmonized and the methods of harmonization has been proven since the year 2005. One of the research projects about Geopathic Stress harmonization can be found in the National Library of Medicine’s website entitled Biomedical evidence of influence of geopathic zones on the human body: scientifically traceable effects and ways of harmonization” said Dr. Daniel during a private sharing session at Petaling Jaya.
Dr. Daniel also organized charitable seminars relating to geopathic stress, environmental medicine, and vibrational medicine bi-yearly to spread awareness about this detrimental radiation and other harmful factors from the environment which affect the human’s health, emotions, and overall wellbeing. His recent seminar organized with co-organizer Healing Synergy Solution entitled “Frequencies for Life” held last December donated 100% of the proceeds to Persatuan Kebajikan Kanak-kanak Istimewa Insan (Malaysian Society for the Welfare of Special Children, PKKII). He has also spear-headed “Heal the Earth” campaign in collaboration with Malaysia’s social enterprise APE Malaysia (Animal Projects & Environmental Education) to support the habitat restoration in the Lower Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary, assigned by the Sabah Wildlife Department.