by Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D
Bruce will be presenting a keynote address at the I CAN DO IT! conference in San Diego, CA, April 30–May 3, 2009, brought to you by Hay House, Inc. For more information on his presentation as well as the conferenceplease go toRead the rest of this article»
by Doug Parks
In the next few sentences I will attempt to educate, inspire and ask for some help. If I am successful at only one of the three I will call that inspiring. If I accomplish 2 ofRead the rest of this article»
An Interview with Larry Schultz
1. Please share with our readers a little about yourself.
Thanks Michael, I appreciate the opportunity to share with you and your readers a little bit about my background that has led me into field of integrative motion. From early childhood I have beenRead the rest of this article»
by Amara Rose
“Everybody can be great … because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.”
~ Martin Luther King, Jr.
Obama brought hisRead the rest of this article»
by Linda Brady
THE LAW OF CONTRACTION: A BLESSING OR A CURSE
Many of my clients and students are hurting now. Some of them have lost their jobs or are afraid that is going to happen. Many have been caught in problematic mortgages. They come to me for help in making
by Tony Hicks
A monthly column of insightful and intriguing interpolations of words that begin with the letter “I” to initiate and inspire improvements from the inside out. Instigating life right between the I’s!
Immanent: Each ofRead the rest of this article»
by Doug Parks
Stress is ____________. (fill in the blank silly)
Surely we all know what stress is don’t we. We hear about it every day. It’s killing us one minute, we create more of it if we don’tRead the rest of this article»
by Dawson Church, Ph.D.
Photo of Josephine Tesauro and her sister.
Josephine Tesauro never thought she would live so long. At 92, she is straight backed, firm jawed and vibrantly healthy, living alone in an immaculate brick ranch house high on a hill nearRead the rest of this article»
by Carol Ritberger, Ph.D.
That title sure seems like an oxymoron doesn’t it? Especially, if we’ve been accused of being too emotional, or if we’ve been criticized for expressing how we feel, or if we’ve been led to believe thatRead the rest of this article»
Felix and Oscar got nothing on these two!Read the rest of this article»
by Louise LeBrun
I’m aware of many things. Some have to do with what has been and some have to do with what I believe will be. And, in a holographic universe, it will be because I say so. Not like imposing force of will and making something happen, but becauseRead the rest of this article»
by Annie Leonard
What is The Story of Stuff?
From its extraction through sale, use and disposal, all the stuff in our lives affects communities at home and abroad, yet most of this is hidden from view. The Story of Stuff is a 20-minute, fast-paced, fact-filled look at the underside ofRead the rest of this article»
by Nancy Marie
Catching the sight of any bird flying through the sky is uplifting, but the sight of a large vulture soaring effortlessly through the sky can be inspirational—depending on your point of view. With aRead the rest of this article»
Book Review by Caroline Myss
Emotional Freedom, a New Uplifiting Book by Judith Orloff MD, is the perfect book to come along at the perfect time. I couldn’t put it down!
We live in a tumultuous, fear-dominated period in history and mustRead the rest of this article»