“Today I make a commitment to move my body in some way, or in some form, three times a week for 20 to 30 minutes. I make exercise as simple as possible. I will do this for one month. My body will love me for this. Exercise will be fun!”
One of the most common questions I’m asked is “Is there a good doctor in my area?” Well, if you are looking for someone who adopts an approach that honors your inner wisdom, acknowledges the message an illness holds, and combines Western medicine with other modalities, then the answer is YES!
You may have already made your list for what you want to bring into your life this year. By the same token, writing down the things you no longer will tolerate in your life – the things you are too wise for – will motivate you to overcome resistance and take action toward your goals. Both are necessary.
What if you sent your children to school only to find out later an invasive medical procedure had been performed on them complete with permanent digital identification barcodes? What if you were forced to take a vaccine—one with undisclosed ingredients and no long-term safety studies—that didn’t even stop transmission of the disease in question? And […]
I remember hearing someone say we should celebrate love every day, not just once a year on Valentine’s Day. I feel the same way about gratitude. Although it’s great that, in the United States, the fourth Thursday of November is dedicated to giving thanks, I encourage you to show and feel appreciation every day of the year.
Counting your blessings is a time-honored way to flourish. It’s been part of almost every culture and spiritual practice, going back millennia. And, science shows what the ancients knew intuitively – that grateful people are likely to be much happier and healthier than their pessimistic counterparts. For example, expressing gratitude enhances your energy levels and reduces stress.