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Lynne McTaggart
Desperate measures
Lynne McTaggart  
I have a decidedly love-hate relationship with antibiotics. On the one hand, I have to admit that I owe my life to them. In 1942, when my mother was 24, her dentist unwisely extracted a tooth while she had the flu. Within days, her neck ballooned wit [more...]
 
Tiny Buddha
5 Things to Remember When You Feel Ashamed of Your Flaws
Tiny Buddha  
If you asked me when I was younger what I wanted to be when I grew up, I may have answered perfect, or famous, which is incredibly ironic, I know. I simultaneously craved a spotlight while fearing what it might reveal—my inadequacies, my weakne [more...]
 
Carl McColman
Spirituality and Technology: How Can New Ways of Communicating and Learning Support Our Ancient Practices of Prayer?
Carl McColman  
A few months ago I wrote about smartphone apps that are designed to support a daily prayer practice. Most of the people who left comments on the post expressed how much they appreciated apps like the ones I wrote about, since they found that in today [more...]
 
Catherine Auman, LMFT
Hiding in the Closet
Catherine Auman, LMFT  
The University of Santa Monica (USM) offers Masters degrees, Doctorates, and Certificates in "Spiritual Psychology." The website states that the classes "take place in an uplifting Soul-Centered learning environment that nurtures the awakening of the [more...]
 
Heather Markel, PCC
Trust Betrayed – The Sometimes Suckiness of Female Solo Travel
Heather Markel, PCC  
Trust Betrayed – The Sometimes Suckiness of Female Solo Travel Heather Markel, Writer, Speaker, Photographer, Tr [more...]
 
Wholebeing Institute
WholeRunner: Don't Run. Play.
Wholebeing Institute  
by Louis Cinquino Every once in a while, I am called in for a critical and rewarding assignment: babysitting my granddaughter. We snack, bounce balls, handle toys, read books, climb steps, and jump on the couch or trampoline. But much of our time is [more...]
 
Patty Kogutek, PhD
Life's An Adventure Don't Forget Your Attitude
Patty Kogutek, PhD  
What attitude do you bring to each day? Do you drown your mind in judgment, finding faults with others and yourself? Or do you brighten your day with the attitude of "anticipating miracles"? You can wake up each day recounting the difficulty you have [more...]
 
Dr. Cynthia
Benefits of Celery Juice
Dr. Cynthia  
by Alexis Schaffer With nearly 150,000 Instagram tags, #celeryjuice has received more than a little attention recently. Having conflicting claims of its success and shortcomings found all over the internet, we decided to take a look at what the scien [more...]
 
Joseph Wilner, MA LCP
Don't Let Mental Health Issues Hold You Back From Chasing Dreams
Joseph Wilner, MA LCP  
"Your illness is not your identity. Your chemistry is not your character." — Pastor Rick Warren The post Don't Let Mental Health Issues Hold You Back From Chasing Dreams appeared first on You Have A Calling. [more...]
 
Toni-Anne Campbell, PCC
Find your voice, live your purpose
Toni-Anne Campbell, PCC  
There was a time in my life when I had lost my voice, I could hardly speak to anyone, except those I knew well, I so desperately wanted to connect with others, but I felt trapped inside of myself and I had no idea how to get out. I hesitate to write [more...]
 
Magdalen Bowyer, RPC, MPCC
Knowing the Fundamentals
Magdalen Bowyer, RPC, MPCC  
What does it truly mean to be human? Big question, yes? But one we each need to ask in the context of our own life. Our ancestors had words that helped them find their way, but we are living in a time when the only true religion is no religion. And h [more...]
 
Laurie Dupar, PMHNP, RN, PCC
9 Biggest Mistakes People Make Having an ADHD Brain
Laurie Dupar, PMHNP, RN, PCC  
I know I'm preaching to the choir when I say your ADHD brain is very important. Your brain controls your entire life, your thinking, your emotions, and behavior. It's the most important organ in your body and the one science knows the least about. So [more...]
 
Sandeep Gautam, PCC
The Algorithm of The Brain
Sandeep Gautam, PCC  
I know that the computer metaphor does not do justice to the brain, but can we conceivably come up with a universal algorithm in how the brain processes stimuli and reacts/responds to them? Further, can we then tie up those algorithmic sub-modules to [more...]
 
Nikki Noce, MD
My Top 4 Favorite Supplement
Nikki Noce, MD  
What we put into our bodies is SO important for our becoming. It can be medicine or poison. The quality of what we feed our bodies is the fuel that has a huge impact on how operate in life. What are you feeding your body these days? I firstly believe [more...]
 
Rosie Kuhn, PhD
"Hating Yourself Through Aging – Who Me" Aging Like a Guru – Who Me? with Dr. Rosie Kuhn Podcast 101
Rosie Kuhn, PhD  
Even though every single being on the planet is aging, we are all having a very unique experience of the world and our reality, while we age. As I mentioned in the previous podcast, there is a part of us that doesn’t experience aging at all. We [more...]
 
Edy Nathan, MA, LCSW
Grief and Rebirth Podcast 41
Edy Nathan, MA, LCSW  
I was recently a guest for the Grief & Rebirth Podcast with Author and Trauma Survivor Irene Weinberg Click below to listen to the episode. Grief and Rebirth 41: Edy Nathan – Psychotherapist focusing on Grief, Trauma, and Sexuality. Worksh [more...]
 
Mary Harrell, PhD
Part 2 Interview: How Do You Separate Truth from Fiction in The Mythmaker?
Mary Harrell, PhD  
THE MYTHMAKER author Mary Harrell, talks with LITERACY IN THE CONTENT AREA's Sharon Kane about myth from a depth psychological perspective. SK: Since THE MYTHMAKER Is based on your real life story, where does the truth stop and the fiction start? MH: [more...]
 
Kristy Sweetwater, MA
From Breakdown To Breakthrough. Ten Reasons I Do What I Do.
Kristy Sweetwater, MA  
Someone recently asked me what the catalyst was for creating Coaching To Come Alive. They wanted to know how and why I began my odyssey of purpose. I wished I had a copy of my upcoming book to conveniently place in their hands because that’s th [more...]
 
Jessica Hernandez, MA, LMFT
The Best Advice for Seniors Searching for Ways to Improve Their Well-Being
Jessica Hernandez, MA, LMFT  
image courtesy of Pixabay We often think of people having it all together when they get older, but the truth is, many seniors struggle. In fact, some statistics indicate about 15 percent of seniors face a serious mental health concern. Thankfully, if [more...]
 
Karen Erlichman, DMin, LCSW
Now is the Time to Let Go
Karen Erlichman, DMin, LCSW  
Maybe it’s time to let the old ways dieMaybe it’s time to let the old ways dieIt takes a lot to change a manHell, it takes a lot to tryMaybe… Read More The post Now is the Time to Let Go appeared first on Karen Erlichman. [more...]

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