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The Critical Importance of Compassion

Here’s a beautiful interview with Dr. James Doty, on the critical importance of compassion… including within mindfulness meditation practices. It reminds me of some research that was done recently.  Researchers compared a group of long-time Buddhist monks in meditation, with a group of new-time meditators. The researchers measured the EEG’s of both groups, during different […]

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“What Doesn’t Kill You, Makes you Stronger”

We’ve all heard the phrase, “What doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger.”  And while it may feel like an over-statement to those in the throes of a traumatic crisis, it turns out this statement actually does hold some valid, scientific truth. HuffPost Senior Writer Carolyn Gregoire reports on this phenomenon in her book, co-written with […]

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Stress and Play

Stress.  It’s a kill-joy. Turns out that’s absolutely true. Over the decades of working with so many stressed out families, this was a patterns I saw over and over again. One of the first places I saw the impact of stress in families and individuals, was on playing.  Playing together.  Playing on their own. I […]

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New A.M. Pocket Frequencies

I’ve written about my excitement about the new pocket IQube [see it here…]… This is an update, which includes information about the new, pre-programmed frequencies which now come uniquely  with the Pocket (rather than with the larger stationary IQubes). I’ve had these new Pocket frequencies now for about two weeks.  And experientially, WOW!!  I had […]

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NEW! Creating Change Group… with Gamma Doodling

…Because sometimes, seeing is believing! It’s a stressed-out and stressful, busy world we all live in.  Sometimes slowing down can feel like a wistful wish.  And so can finding fun ways to relax. It can be challenging to discover and integrate building a habit of relaxation.  And sometimes, it feels like work… just like a […]