- Anxiety-related conditions
- Consciously evolving
- Grief, loss, and depression
- Meditation and mindfulness
- Overcoming addictive behaviors
- Stress-related conditions
- Surviving to thriving
Retreats, not rehab or resorts
Taking a short retreat, even just a few days away from your daily routine, can do wonders for personal and professional development. It’s an opportunity to step back from the chaos of daily life, focus on your goals and priorities, and gain new insights and perspectives that can accelerate your growth.
Inspiring a Grateful Heart
Remembering that gratefulness starts with us, Lynda and I want to express our deep and abiding thanks for the trust you’ve placed in us to …
The End of Back Pain (As You Know It) eBook Coming Soon!
In the late 1990’s I started writing a book on the causes and remedies of a type of back pain that affects upwards of 80% …
John Oliver Critisizes the Pharmaceutical Industry Over America’s Overwhelming Opioid Epidemic
Watch John Oliver deliver a harsh rebuke of the pharmaceutical industry for its dishonest marketing of opiate-based pain medications.
What motivates me to write this blog today is the desire to hear from people who are earnestly trying to see themselves in others. I want to fill my consciousness with stories of people who are negotiating win-win agreements, reconciling long-held disputes for the greater good, cooperating in order to make a business or a relationship work out in a good way, or in any other way making this a more humane world. That goodness is happening right now too. It’s just drowned out by the vitriol. So, let me hear from the do-gooders today. It’s their positive politics that I want to energize.