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How Babies Adapt to their Mother’s Physiological State

            The classic image at New Year’s where old Father Time represents the year just ended while the bannered New Year’s baby emerges onstage, heralds the iconic star of a conference I attended in San Diego recently. Sponsored by the Association for Prenatal and PerinatalRead More …

Intentional Change Theory & Beyond

Here’s a link to of my recent articles published on Ezine http://ezinearticles.com/?Intentional-Change-Theory-and-Beyond&id=9818325 http://ezinearticles.com/?The-Polyvagal-Hierarchy—Rules-of-Engagement&id=9818304

The Secret Ingredient to a Healthy Life

Online article database, Ezine, recently published two of my articles with links here: http://ezinearticles.com/?The-Secret-Ingredient-to-a-Healthy-Life&id=9642840 http://ezinearticles.com/?Frontier-of-Consciousness&id=9584577  

The Consciousness Frontier

  The Mind & Life Institute recently held their International Symposium for Contemplative Studies (ISCS) in San Diego from November 10-13, 2016. The intention for these gatherings is to provide a venue where scientists, contemplative practitioners and scholars can bridge the divide between objective science and introspective practices to helpRead More …

The 12 Cranial Nerves

Starting with the vegan conference last month I’ve been going pretty steady in search of professional development. Seek andyou shall find. Recently, I attended the cranial nerves workshop in Los Angeles taught by Karen Axelrod who also developed this class for the Upledger Institute. Our class launched this new additionRead More …

Healthy Living Expo: Whole Foods, Plant-Based

Do you want to look radiant and slim? Or would you rather feel radiant and alive? The solution to both of your concerns lies in the food you eat. One group of enlightened doctors are raising the clarion cry about what they consider to be the perfect food for humansRead More …

On the Cutting Edge of Art Glass in Portland Oregon

Located on the banks of the Columbia River in northern Oregon, Portland (also known as Glassland) is the home of art glass manufacturing businesses including Bullseye and Uroboros. Just like Silicone Valley is known for its high tech internet enterprises, Portland is something of a shrine to glass artists nationwide.Read More …

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