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
Dr. Alice Stewart crossed the Rubicon with tireless determination when in 1956, the Lancet journal published findings from her first research study: radiation is linked to cancer incidence. Stewart said that ” it takes 20 years for an unpopular discovery to be digested. You are lucky if that is all it takes. How long before the AMA made a formal guideline to stop x-raying pregnant women? 1980 Continue reading Mammography is Promoted as Prevention. Is it?
“The fate of the world rests within you mind’s view…Who is the best superhero? You.” -Sekou Continue reading The Fate of the World Rests Within Your Mind
“What we repeatedly do we become. Therefore Excellence is not an act, it is a habit.” Aristotle
Care and attention for our health, relationships,dreams, aspirations, community, prosperity, creativity, and environment…changes our brains. Self-Care is a habit of excellence. Continue reading Make Attention Mindful!
Studies show that the average age an American woman thinks about improving her health is 34. With the roaring twenties behind and informed choices about family and children, work or career in the forefront good health becomes central to our happiness and success. Habits, positive or negative have unseen roots. Continue reading Why Change Anything?
Stress management is core for optimum performance and health. When we experience acute stress our gene receptors are changed. This change is known as the methylation of DNA and it is present in cancer and chronic disease. Researchers from the Ruhr-Universität Bochum (RUB), together with colleagues from Basel, Trier and London published the results of their study this week in Translational Psychiatry. (It’s complicated…just saying). … Continue reading Stress changes our DNA
“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