Archive for July, 2006

Generations

July 30th, 2006

Patterns of living are passed down from generation to generation. This happens through the vehicles of modeling, genes, interaction, highly-charged experience, illness and the like. In the last month, I have been able to witness what is passing down the generations in the family of which I am a part; and I am most grateful […]

Generations–Progression or Regression?

July 30th, 2006

A lot has happened since I wrote the following post two years ago, yet the thoughts contained therein are important to know and consider. Hence, I publish it for you now. Happy New Year! Patterns of living are passed down from generation to generation. This happens through the vehicles of modeling, genes, interaction, highly-charged experience, […]

Eating in the Light of the Moon with Dr. Anita Johnston

July 27th, 2006

7/27/2006 Thursday 9am to 10am Pacific Time Anita Johnston, Ph.D. says “often people struggling with disordered eating dream of a magical solution or some instant resolution.” There are no magical solutions in Eating in the Light of the Moon, but there are stories and myths that help people untangle their dysfunctional relationship with eating and […]

Swami Beyondananda Addresses Tantrum Yoga: The Latest Rage on the Path to Ire Consciousness

July 20th, 2006

7/20/2006 Thursday 9am to 10am Pacific Time Steve Bhaerman, aka Swami Beyondananda, has been seriously poking fun at the world and at us for many years, attempting to wake us up pleasantly! As Steve, he talks with listeners about how to use the power of humor to defuse difficult situations; as the Swami, he discusses […]

India.Arie Focuses on Learning Lessons!

July 17th, 2006

My morning paper [West County Times, Contra Costa County, California] has an article about singer India.Arie. It states: “But those who pick up her latest album, ‘Testimony, Vol. 1: Life & Relationship,’ won’t hear any of the bitterness she once harbored. Instead, in what has become India.Arie’s philosophy, she manages to find the positive, even […]

Teenage Girls/Young Women and Body Image (A Global Perspective)

July 13th, 2006

7/13/2006 Thursday 9am to 10am Pacific Time Houston-based Imago-trained Licensed Professional Counselor Renee Lederman started out as a middle school counselor, who had opportunity to observe how girls related to their bodies as they blossomed into womanhood. Intrigued, she began to interview women around the world–in Paris, Barcelona, Dubrovnik (Croatia) and throughout the U.S. She’s […]

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