The Limbic Brain

By | Discovery

Research tells us that when we’re stressed, we function from the limbic brain that is focused on survival. It’s the older part of the brain that’s programmed to respond to the threat of a wild animal that wants to eat you or starvation because you can’t find food. Read More

Eros, the Olympics, & Initiation

By | Imagine & Create

We have entered the month of love and the Winter Olympic Games.

Like you, I am seeing the annual reappearance of red velvet heart-shaped boxes of chocolate, Valentine’s Day cards, and “spa specials” littering the landscape of western consumerism. Alongside images of the Olympic rings symbolizing unity and relatedness across countries, cultures, and points of views. A moment in time when we suspend our differences and renew our love for our sweethearts and extend it to our international enemies and neighbors.

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Stop “Fixing” Yourself

By | Discovery

Now that we’ve cleared January, the month of very well intended personal transformation, it’s time to consider relaxing into February with a new agenda – embracing practices that will lead you towards greater self-acceptance – the number one attitude that contributes to long term change. Read More

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