Don’t Be A Dick, Be A Jane – A Conversation with Elisa Parker, Honoring International Women’s Day [Free Podcast]

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This year’s theme for International Women’s Day is “Inspiring Change,” and in keeping with that, today’s guest is a superhero when it comes to inspiring women to discover their personal purpose and passion, and to bring that passion into action in the world. Elisa Parker is the co-founder, president & host of the award winning radio program, See Jane Do, and where she shares her wisdom, experience, and guidance serving women, social justice, and the environment. Continue reading

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Global Peace Meditation [Preview]

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The new year is a perfect time to take the time and discover how you can make a difference through passion, compassion and love. In your heart is the future of our planet; learn how to empower your mental imagery to serve your most deeply held values.

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Surviving the Sugar Season: A Conversation with Katie Carter [Free Podcast]

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With the holiday season come the parties and the delicious candies, cakes, pies, and other delicious sweets and Carbohydrates. Then come the extra pounds of weight, the internal inflammation, and the imbalance that they cause. Continue reading

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Conversations with Extraordinary People: Weekly Show with Dr. Emmett Miller

Join Dr. Miller for conversations with thought leaders, health and wellness experts, and global activist from a variety of fields. You will find valuable tools for healing at every level, from the personal to the planetary. With experts from fields ranging from science and medicine to philosophy and spirituality, Dr. Miller explores ancient wisdom, recent advances in transformational technology, practical tips for self-healing, and guidance for awakening your personal and collective wisdom. Continue reading

Professional Consultations And Supervision

Consultations with Dr. Miller Enlist the expertise of a highly skilled therapist and mind-body specialist for consultation on your more difficult cases…without even leaving your office. Dr. Miller is available for phone, skype or office consultation to help you gain an additional perspective on a case you are treating in your practice. This may include assistance with mind-body diagnosis, analyzing…

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Stress, Guided Imagery, And Your Heart

Your Level of Stress a Better Predictor of Heart Disease Than Smoking or Diet During episodes of acute stress, stress hormones provide a protective function by activating the body’s defenses, but when these same protective hormones are produced repeatedly, or in excess, because of chronic stress, they create a gradual and steady cascade of harmful physiological changes. Higher levels of…

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Imagery And Anxiety Research

Treatment Of Anxiety: A Comparison Of The Usefulness Of Self Hypnosis And A Meditational Relaxation Technique. An overview. Benson H, Frankel FH, Apfel R, Daniels MD, Schniewind HE, Nemiah JC, Sifneos PE, Crassweller KD, Greenwood MM, Kotch JB, Arns PA, Rosner B. Abstract We have investigated prospectively the efficacy of two nonpharmacologic relaxation techniques in the therapy of anxiety. A…

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Surgery, Stress, Anxiety, and Healing Imagery

The Response to Surgery depends on mental factors             Surgical patients who listened to audio suggestions via headphones while under anesthesia in the operating room recovered from their surgery faster than those who underwent conventional recovery. Patients in the latest study underwent hysterectomies. During the procedure, they heard cassette recordings of suggestions such as, “How fast you recover…

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Stress And Your Immune System

Even Minor Stresses Affect Immunity If Not Compensated For Researchers gave men an unfamiliar but harmless protein for two months and tracked the levels of antibodies. Based on three times a week reporting of moods, good moods corresponded to a better immune response, and relatively low antibody production corresponded with days these students felt that they were in a bad…

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Attitudes, Emotions And Cancer [Mind Body Research]

Can Attitudes Cause Cancer? Seeing life as a long series of challenges may weaken the immune system. Internal Medicine News, June 15, 1987. Emotions Affect Immune Response To Cancer. Continue reading

Effects Of A Complimentary Cancer Therapy Program On Coping And Quality Of Life [Mind Body Research]

Programs using psychosocial intervention comprise a major portion of approaches intended to complement medical treatment of cancer. The effectiveness of such programs has been described as “equivocal”, and empirical studies are needed to establish benefits before they can be widely recommended. Continue reading

Let the New Year Take Your Breath Away [Free Podcast]

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Listen to this remarkable message (it ends with some very beautiful and insightful words), go where it takes you, and let me know what you think. Then, pass it on. Continue reading

Healing Trauma and Treating PTSD – Recovering from the Newtown School Shooting and Preventing Another [Free Podcast]

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In this podcast I will be sharing some suggestions of how you can:
1) Release and heal from any trauma you might feel in the wake of this tragedy.
2) Suggestions as to what you can do to answer deeper questions like: Why did this shooting happen? Why do these things continue to happen? And is there something that I can do about it? Continue reading

What is an “Inner Leader”? [Video]

In this video Dr. Miller responds to the question, “what is an inner leader?” a concept he introduces in his book, “Our Culture on the Couch–7 Steps to Global Healing”. The most significant leader we find direction from is the leader within ourselves. It is important to learn to listen to the driving forces of our inner leaders whether it…

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Collective Intelligence – Conscious Evolution of a Sustainable World, Conversation with Tom Atlee [Free Podcast]

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 50:00 — 22.9MB)The term “co-intelligence” refers to a shared, integrated form of intelligence that we find in and around us when we’re most vibrantly alive. It is also found in cultures that sustain themselves harmoniously with nature and neighbor. 

Co-intelligence shows up whenever we pool our personal intelligences to produce results that…

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THRIVE – A Community Conversation and Screening – with Roger Strong and Reinette Senum

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In this conversation we will examine how THRIVE challenges our usual worldview and probes deeply into the massive global consolidation of money and power we have been witnessing in nearly every aspect of our lives. Our guests believe that to successfully meet our current global challenges, it is essential that we ask hard questions, and that we find innovative solutions that go beyond just “Getting by.” Continue reading

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Love and Anger – The Strongest Emotions

Two of the most powerful emotions we can feel are love and anger, and they have a powerful effect on our health. Cultivating a love of life leads to the optimum state of health. Awakening the self-healer within depends on loving yourself, others, and the universe. Anger has a more complex role. I have found in my work that people…

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