Modalities

Standing for Peace: The Last Frontier

Aristotle believed that the function of a state is to ensure supreme good of people, in the moral and intellectual sense. Happiness comes from virtue and it is the ultimate goal of mankind. State is the agency that helps men to achieve their ultimate goal. [Samuel Enoch Stumpf,…

New Directions: Take A Stand

No, this is not another suggestion to take action for a social cause – well, maybe it actually is – only the “cause” is about helping you maintain or improve your health. A lot has been written lately about the need to stay active and move. It’s believed…

Yoga Teacher Q&A with JL Yoga

“Do you give homework to students?” JL- Yes. Always. And lots of it. If they can’t pass the test at the beginning of their next class they have to sit in the corner and alternate between ujjayi, breath of fire and nodi shodhana wearing a dunce hat until…

New Directions: Is There Freedom of Choice?

What a tricky subject – a lot has been written on this subject. Many different opinions from none to 100% regarding our ability to choose. As a wellness coach, this subject truly intrigues me and I have done a great deal of research and study about it Like…

Healing from FMS

  Personally, I was once crippled with Fibromyalsia, (FM), and unimaginable or indescribable pain and suffering. And yet I, repeatedly, refused meds that were being pushed on me by my primary doctor, who was very disinterested in learning the protocols that I used. (I always meditated, but drank…

Inconsequential Spirituality Celebration for Earth Day

It’s time for Spiritualist to celebrate Earth Day. So, climb your mountain, find a comfortable place and meditate. God loves those who meditate, better yet, God loves all those who create. After many years studying the realms of Spirituality and its psychology, I find that most people who…

Reflections… a tool for growth

“…his eyes gleamed in the reflected light … imagine the joy when knowing the Truth…” Reflect on the future. Does that make sense? Does reflection have ground rules and restrictions, or is reflection an open field of intimate psychology? In a quiet space, as I meditate, I find…

New Directions: Remembrance and Reflection

  Recently I had the good fortune to attend an Energy Medicine Mastery seminar in St. Petersburg, Florida that covered information regarding heart health. We were taught a number of techniques to keep the heart healthy as well as to recover from challenges we might be facing along…

Nonviolent Communication

When most people hear of “Violent Communication” they may envision physical aggression. Certainly acts of physical aggression are violent and prevent safe communication. We may also harm others through offensive words, labels, judgments, criticizing others, using political rhetoric, or responding with anger. When these verbal and emotional attacks…