10 HABITS FOR A JOYFUL MIND IN A HEALTHY BODY 1. Self-Compassion: Some of our childhood wounds we would rather hide. For other wounds we seek understanding and compassion from outside ourselves. Guess what? When it comes to compassion for our wounds and experiences the most healing is self-compassion. Self-compassion fills our well and capacity for compassion for others, for our community, our Earth and … Continue reading 10 Habits For A Joyful Mind In A Healthy Body
We munched our way around the fundraiser. Over the top grilled prawns, craft beers and a splash of elegant, gourmet, energetic offerings from our community businesses primed us for supporting our local non-profits. We sipped, perused and cheerfully gave up our contact information booth by booth. In one aphotic corner a young man stood behind his designated table and with the party well underway his … Continue reading Winning the Health Game
Art, creativity and imagination are agents of wellness. Continue reading Expressive Art ~ A Vital Nutrient
“There is rarely a “right” decision for any stage in disease. There’s one for you, but there is no single “right” decision. – David Agus MD According to author David Agus MD “The End of Illness” is a reachable state. Here is what we need to do: Eat nutrient dense foods every day on a schedule. It could be 2 meals and a snack, 3 … Continue reading The Code of Self-Care
Little Lakes Valley Eastern Sierra October 2011 Elevation 10,200 ft. Three women arrive at the trailhead…the first sporting pink hiking attire embroidered with the peace sign, followed by another wearing a “Code Pink” emblem on her sweatshirt and the third styling a pink lily stitched to her hat. I turned to watch as they ascended the boulder path with outstretched arms and heard audible breaths … Continue reading Why Wait?