“Life is an adventure in forgiveness.” ~Norman Cousins Norman Cousins was an American professor, political journalist, and author. He worked tirelessly for peace and worldwide nuclear disarmament. He felt a tremendous guilt over the bombing of Hiroshima. Cousins used his unending Continue reading The Great Equalizer
Many years ago I came across a book called How To Meditate written by Lawrence Leshan. In his book, Mr. LeShan gives instruction on several different types of meditation, structured and non-structured. Two comments that he makes in the book have Continue reading Wellness, Meditation, and Rock Climbing
We all know that humans need a certain number of good sleeping hours. We are replenished when we sleep well; we are depleted when we don’t. But contemplating the words stated by His Holiness The Dalai Lama, ”Sleep is the best meditation”, gave me a very different take on sleep. Continue reading Meditate While Sleeping?
It looks like science has found a brand new organ in the human body. Its called the Interstitium and it evidently covers every inch of our insides. Although it’s being pronounced an organ, that will evidently be determined over time Continue reading The Interstitium
Wellness Wednesday explores what’s old and what’s new. There is so much wisdom in ancient traditions and astounding strides are being made every day in modern medicine. We’re getting into all of it…the old, the new, but always that which nourishes, along with some plain old interesting science…because I love science.
We’ll peer into all types of healing modalities. Continue reading Wellness Wednesday