Mindfulness: The Laser Beam Of Focused Intention Many people receive the best quality training money can buy but might never achieve “muscle mastery”. Why is this? The answer is “mindfulness.” With mindfulness you can do anything; without it, forget it, pal! Intention is an important aspect of mindfulness – the process of paying attention in the present moment, purposefully, and…
In this episode we will explore the how and why of designing, convening, and hosting conversations around the most important questions in the service of nourishing life for all the stakeholders, and how you can move from over-focus on a current problem to the development of “possibility thinking.”
10 years ago, today’s guest, Steve Ozanich, was so crippled by back pain that had resisted every other standard approach, was scheduled to have very serious spinal surgery. He didn’t have it, but instead discovered there was a much more efficient, inexpensive, and effective way to return back to full functioning. Then he wrote a book about what he discovered in the hopes it could help others.
Violence In America’s Media The 9/11 terrorist attack, the Newtown Massacre, the Boston Marathon bombing – we, as Americans are fascinated with violence and frightened by it. We clustered in front of our TVs to watch the Twin Towers collapse again and again; violence in American media is omnipresent, especially gun violence. The rule in most newsrooms is “If It…
Ever think about what it’s going to be like when your aging parents become sick or incapacitated? Ever think about what it’s going to be like when that happens to you? Probably not, few people do. Who wants to focus on such a negative topic?
On today’s show we dive into what we can all do to prepare and avoid unnecessary stress, pain, and anxiety.
Allen Shelton was once a corporate “bottom-line type,” when he began to feel the call to something more than financial and professional success. In this stimulating conversation, Allen invites us to explore our own deep restlessness, the beliefs that are driving it – and the transforming power of presence and service, to move us through and beyond it. Allen will share some of his personal experiences, and the ideas he is taking into the corridors of power in our nation. It is time to awaken the leader within you!
In this provocative show, we look at some of the fundamental flaws in our culture, how our society fails to teach us adequate relationship skills, and how it teaches us, instead, to accept extraordinary violence to our kids, and then abandon them.
Posted on February 19, 2013 by EMiller | 1 Comments
Dr. Roger Walsh is a neuro-scientist and a psychiatrist, professor in the medical school of the University of California, who teaches psychotherapy to psychiatrists and writes chapters on spirituality in mainstream psychiatric textbooks. When I 1st met him, more than 30 years ago, he was at a turning point in his career, and didn’t have much time to spend thinking…
Posted on January 16, 2013 by EMiller | 0 Comments
Dr.Miller is one of 30 Experts sharing the secrets to Optimum Wellness! I am very excited to let you know that I’m a speaker in a free program that can help you tap into a consistent source of energy and vitality and create a life of optimum wellness! It’s called the Winter of Wellness and I’m honored to be one…
Each year we celebrate Valentine’s day, which is basically a holy day of our culture – that special time, during which we honor an amazing state of euphoria and connection, which so transforms us whenever we fall in love.
In this lively exploration of this most important, central aspect of all our lives – we will speak of the ancient origin of this theme – and its evolution from the spirit of St. Valentine, to the special relationships we are forming in our lives today.
Today’s two guests will address two issues – What might be going on at the neurological level in the minds of mass murders like these, and what might we do about finding and treating them? – is the first.
The second issue has to do with what can we do to help those who have been traumatized by horrific acts like these – whether we are first responders at the scene, or if we have to deal with the families or friends of victims, or even people we know or serve that have been traumatized by just being exposed to the news.
A diagnosis of a severe, chronic, or fatal disease can be devastating – and the devastation itself can make the disease worse. There is another option – resilience!
In this conversation we explore the value of the fighting spirit, not only that of the patient, but that of the caregiver as well. Here is insight in taking control of an adverse situation, and some inspiration for finding fortitude during trying times in your life.
We don’t need to sacrifice the “heights” of relationships (such as we feel in the beginning of relationships) in order to experience the depths (that come only after a relationship matures over a longer period of time). Here are some hints on how to experience both simultaneously.
Why do we humans so often act against our own self-interest? Prof. Journet explains in remarkably clear terms the conundrum known as The Tragedy of the Commons, and what we need to do to overcome this evolutionary shortcoming of our race.
Just what is necessary to satisfy a woman? If you are a woman, you might already know: if you are a man, perhaps you’d better know. Christian’s ideas are worth listening to, and some of them might surprise you!
Podcast: Play in new windowHow They Use ‘The Mind’ To Break Through Limitations & Achieve Peak Performance Whether you work out at your local gym trying to pump up like a champion or are training to run in the Boston Marathon, the ‘secrets’ of Olympic champions can help you achieve peak performance. You already know the best workout routines, training…
In our conversation, we explore the materialistic values of our civilization which teach us that accumulation of wealth and progress are the same thing – how we are causing the death of our soils, forests, and fish stocks – and how we need to re-envision the role we play in the community of life.
Dr. Saputo sees illness as being primarily an opportunity to learn. You’ll learn how Dr. Saputo treats pain as a message leading to the discovery of higher purpose, how he sees his primary purpose as care and support, and how he treats the people he sees as friends rather than as “patients”.
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