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Lynne McTaggart
Healing dementia
Lynne McTaggart  
While medicine wrings its hands over the explosion in cases of dementia and Alzheimer's disease (AD), and the inability of the pharmaceutical industry to produce an effective drug to counter them, a few forward-thinking doctors he [more...]
 
Edy Nathan, MA, LCSWR
Getting in Depth About Chronic Psychological Inflammation
Edy Nathan, MA, LCSWR  
I was lucky enough to be interviewed on the amazing show "Healing Quest" Judy and Roy are phenomenal hosts, this show is a real treasure If you have not checked out this amazing program, do yourself a favor, go to their page a [more...]
 
Whole Being Institute
AWAKEN: Don't Let It Go, Let It Be-The Wisdom of Difficult Emotions
Whole Being Institute  
by Louis Cinquino The greatest gift of our emotions is the awakening they provide us. When we can stay with our emotions, even our most difficult ones, they become stepping stones to being fully alive in our humanity. In the third [more...]
 
Carl McColman, MA
If Mystical Christianity is Shamanistic, then the Divine Office is the Drum
Carl McColman, MA  
For years, I have thought that one of the best ways to understand Christian spirituality is by the study of shamanistic forms of spirituality and religion, typically found among indigenous cultures the world over. Wikipedia define [more...]
 
Magdalen Bowyer, MA, RPC, CEC
Travel Your Inner Map
Magdalen Bowyer, MA, RPC, CEC  
As many of you know, I'm in the depths of writing a book. A book that is the sequel to my first memoir. What you don't know, and what I'm delighted to tell you, is that in the process of writing the book, there are times when I hi [more...]
 
Catherine Auman, LMFT
He Blew Himself Up, or Did He?
Catherine Auman, LMFT  
As handsome as a 40s movie star, Jack Parsons, (born Marvel Whiteside Parsons; October 2, 1914 June 17, 1952), died at the age of 37 in a horrific explosion which was either an accident, suicide, or assassination. In his short l [more...]
 
Patty Kogutek, Ed.D
What Gets More Valuable With Age?
Patty Kogutek, Ed.D  
What, besides wine, gets better and more valuable with age? In an article by Jess Catcher the author lists 11 other interesting things that get better with age: whiskey, jeans, cheddar cheese, cast iron skillets, beef, balsamic vi [more...]
 
Laurie Dupar, RN, MCC
ADHD Tricks and Halloween Treats
Laurie Dupar, RN, MCC  
It's October 31st so of course I have Halloween on my mind scary ghosts, wicked vampires and long-legged creepy spiders! AndI will admit that my bowl of treats (my favorites are Reese Peanut Butter Cups) is sitting by the door [more...]
 
Dr. Cynthia
Love is Good for Heart Health
Dr. Cynthia  
Having love in your life is good for heart health. Whether it's from a passionate lover, affectionate spouse, close friend, or adoring parent or pet, showing and receiving love is the best medicine for a healthy, happy heart. Here [more...]
 
Sofia University
7 Life Lessons From Dr. Seuss
Sofia University  
By Elisha Goldstein, Ph.D. Elisha Goldstein, a PHD in Transpersonal Psychology graduate from The Institute of Transpersonal Psychology at Sofia University.  is co-founder of The Center for Mindful Living in West Los Angeles and cr [more...]
 
Annette Wagner, MA
What does it feel like to be treated like you are making it all up?
Annette Wagner, MA  
The last few months old memories have been surfacing. My daughter has recently been diagnosed with a rare disorder: hypermobile Ehlers Danlos Syndrome. We are still trying to make sense of this. It's kinda horrifying to find out y [more...]
 
MindHacks
The Choice Engine
MindHacks  
A project I've been working on a for a long time has just launched: The Choice Engine is an interactive essay about the psychology, neuroscience and philosophy of free will. To begin, follow and reply START - ChoiceEngine (@Choice [more...]
 
Sandeep Gautam
The Formula for Success and Happiness
Sandeep Gautam  
Successful people are not necessarily happy and happy people are not necessarily successful.  There are always trade-offs involved in life and depending on our priorities, we may want to become better at being more successful or h [more...]
 
Dr. Rosie Kuhn
Spiritually Transformative Experiences You Want to Know More!
Dr. Rosie Kuhn  
  Spiritually Transformative Experiences? What the heck are they? There is an organization that birthed itself about 10 years ago, called The American Center for the Integration of Spiritually Transformative Experiences (ACISTE.or [more...]
 
Joseph Wilner
Dream Chaser Lesson Two: You Get What You Need, Not What You Want
Joseph Wilner  
A failure is not always a mistake, it may simply be the best one can do under the circumstances. The real mistake is to stop trying. - B. F. Skinner The post Dream Chaser Lesson Two: You Get What You Need, Not What You Want appear [more...]
 
Karen Erlichman, MSS, LCSW
Grief-fullness
Karen Erlichman, MSS, LCSW  
This morning I heard about the death of singer Aretha Franklin age 76. I was ironing my clothes for work, and I had to stop, sit down and allow the Read More [more...]
 
Janelle Alex, Ph.D.
Tooth Caring Ideas
Janelle Alex, Ph.D.  
Teeth (Tooth) Whitening A mouth of stained or discolored teeth suggest age and wear. On the other hand white teeth represent youthfulness and innocence. It should be the goal of [more...]
 
Jasmine Briggs, MA
Is it Possible to Study Leadership?
Jasmine Briggs, MA  
A report by Forbes detailing the recent data on leadership statistics reveals an alarming fact. Apparently, as many as 4 out of 10 tech leaders are failing the highest failure rate in any essential industry. The reason for this [more...]
 
Kristy Sweetland, MA ACC
Lose the armor. Keep your heart.
Kristy Sweetland, MA ACC  
In 2015 I was asked to contribute a short personal anecdote to a sweet little book compiled for Doctors of Veterinary Medicine graduating from vet school programs all over the country. It was driven by something called the VetTeam [more...]
 
Mary Harrell, PhD.
The Shadow and a Safer World
Mary Harrell, PhD.  
You might be familiar with June Singer's BOUNDARIES OF THE SOUL: THE PRACTICE OF JUNG'S PSYCHOLOGY. Singer's words about the part of personality that Jung called the "shadow," are particularly interesting to me, since so much of t [more...]

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