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What does it mean to be the Warrior?

Where in your life are YOU the Warrior? Many of us feel like Warriors in our own way.  For some of the amazing people I work with it's because they have been Warriors in the literal battlefield or out on…

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When Breathing in Love is Not Enough

  • November 27, 2013
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Are you tired of pretending to be calm and compassionate when inside you really feel like kicking and screaming? In my life-long meditation training I was often told to "breathe in love".  I so desperately wanted to do this, but…

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Help for Cops

It wasn't long ago that the mindfulness topic was considered taboo in fields like law enforcement. Fortunately, that is changing.  Officers suffer some of the worst statistics when it comes to quality of life, longevity, health, and happy marriages.  We…

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How Damaging is that Fake Smile?

  • February 15, 2013
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Selfies, photos, videos, magazines --  our lives are full of others' facial expressions on a global scale. Science has used these facial expressions as a source of research in fields like lie detection and social cognitive neuroscience. Neuroscientists differentiate two types…

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Stress is Killing You

  • October 30, 2012
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Are you setting yourself up for a stress related disease?  Are you shortening your own lifespan?  Over time, the allostatic load of stress on the body can no longer be mitigated by the sympathetic nervous system. We end up with…

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A Fear-Orientation is Killing You!

  • October 26, 2012
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In our modern world of green-house fears, war atrocities, environmental pillaging, and global threats the social media is rife with stories of conspiracy, fear, and apocalyptic preparedness. What is this focus doing to us? While it's not advisable to put…

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Physiological effects of Transcendental Meditation

  • September 21, 2012
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It seems like it should almost be common knowledge that meditation has direct and beneficial physiological effects and vast health benefits, yet there are still many who either don't know this, pretend it's not validated by science, or deny its…

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What’s Your Excuse?

  • September 18, 2012
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Recent research this century has shown that meditation is applicable to, and effective for, depression, anxiety, panic disorder, stress, emotional regulation, addictions, psychosis, neurogenesis, dimentia, memory recall, cognitive acuity, pain management, somatic symptom control, hormonal regulation, genetic functioning, sports performance,…

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The Depression-Disease Domino Effect

Your thoughts and perception create the environment of the brain and vice versa.  It's the chicken and egg conundrum--is the thought the signal for the strss response, or is the brain chemistry the signal for the thought?  No matter which…

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