Why Are There So Few Women CEOs?

Why Are There So Few Women CEOs?
Women comprise about 47% of the U.S. workforce, yet they make up barely a quarter of all senior executives at large U.S. public companies. Even worse, only about 5% of Standard & Poor’s 500 companies have female CEOs.

Yoga For Suffering With Adriene

In this gentle 20 minute yoga flow, you are invited to take a moment to surrender. No need to come with an agenda or worry about a specific outcome. Set down your burdens and let yoga take care of you.

Reclaiming Joy and Pleasure: Healing Deep Self-Loathing

Reclaiming Joy and Pleasure: Healing Deep, Inner Self-Loathing
How we truly feel about ourselves must be considered when we talk about healing. Many of us have what Pema Chödrön calls a “subtle aggression” against ourselves. Unfortunately, our desire for change or transformation often comes from there. But that never works.

The Healing Power of Nature: Maintaining a Connection to Nature

The Healing Power of Nature: Maintaining a Connection to Nature
Even in the city, it is possible to maintain a connection to the cycles of the seasons and the rhythms of nature. It's increasingly recognized that regular contact of this kind is an important component in establishing and maintaining the kind of inner balance and peace that promotes happiness.

Creating Your Nature Space and Reawakening the Rhythms of Your Life

 Creating Your Nature Space &  Reawakening the Rhythms of Your Life
One of the best ways to heal a physical problem or reduce emotional stress is to interrupt our daily routines with experiences that reacquaint us with Nature. As we are swept up, captivated, and enthralled by the displays of Nature's wonder, we sense the immutable balance that is our own source...

Daily Exercise Can Boost Children's Exam Grades

Daily Exercise Can Boost Children's Exam Grades
Most parents are aware that physical activity is good for children – as it can help to improve their sense of self and have a positive impact on their mental health and well-being.

Can Popping Your Neck Cause A Stroke?

Can Popping Your Neck Cause A Stroke?
The Washington Post recently reported the story of Josh Hader, a 28-year-old who stretched and popped his neck, tore an artery and nearly lost his life from a major stroke.

The Goal: A Healthy Mind in a Healthy Body

The Doorway to Health and a Healthy Mind in a Healthy Body
Illness can be the doorway to health. Whether the illness originates in the mind, body, spirit, or environment, we have the choice to allow illness to compel us either toward health and higher learning, or away from health and to eventual destruction.

Access The Power Of Your Own Dreaming

Healing with Dream Imagery: Access The Power Of Your Own Dreaming
In ancient Greece, dreams and visions were the most common method of inquiry into the cause and cure of disease. Galen documented and recorded a description of the effect of images and the imagination on health. He believed that one could study the records of a patient's imagery and dream content to glean important diagnostic information. Such inputs would help doctors help teach their patients to learn how to heal themselves, and help...

Dealing with Depression: Depression Is Not A Character Flaw

Dealing with Depression: Depression Is Not A Character Flaw
Nearly all of us feel a little blue or a little down every now and then. It happens. Occasional temporary feelings of sadness are a natural part of life. However if you frequently feel this way, or if the feelings are excessive, you may be suffering from depression.

Interspecies Bond: Animal Connection and Healing Technique

Interspecies Bond: Animal Connection and Healing Technique
Connecting with animals involves so much more than petting, grooming, rewarding, or feeding. Connecting in a profound way strengthens the inseparable bond we already have with our ani­mal friends. For me, the deep bond enables me to understand animals better, on every single level: behaviorally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually.

Are You Too Busy For Lunch?

Don't Be Too Busy For Lunch
It's a popular notion that we will get more done if we skip lunch. Unfortunately that couldn't be farther from the truth. According to various studies, researchers agree that performance scores plunge when people skip lunch and those who skip lunch soon feel more anxious and tense...

Discovering Nutritional Therapy: The Role of Food in our Lives

Discovering Nutritional Therapy: The Role of Food in our Lives
Nutritional therapy is a system of healing based on the belief that our food is our medicine and our medicine is our food. Disorders ranging from chronic fatigue, energy loss, insomnia, depression, backache, skin complaints, asthma, and headaches can be relieved with nutritional therapy.

Why A Glass Of Red Wine Is Good For Your Gut

Why A Glass Of Red Wine Is Good For Your Gut
Alcohol consumption guidelines vary widely between countries. In the UK and Netherlands, no more than one glass of wine or a pint of beer a day is recommended.

Do Alcohol's Calories End Up On Your Waistline?

Do Alcohol's Calories End Up On Your Waistline?
Alcoholic drinks should all carry calorie counts according to a leading UK public health doctor writing in the BMJ today, because of their contribution to obesity.

Is Moderate Drinking Good For You?

Is Moderate Drinking Good For Me?
For the past three decades or so, the conventional wisdom has been that drinking alcohol at moderate levels is good for us.

Prescription Omega 3s Keep Triglycerides In Check

Prescription Omega 3s Keep Triglycerides In Check

Prescription omega-3 fatty acid medications are a safe and effective option for reducing high triglycerides, which increase the risk of heart attack and stroke, according to a new study.

Is Chocolate An Aphrodisiac?


There are many ways to a woman’s heart. But is a box of chocolates really one of them?

Dreams Happen, One Step At A Time

Dreams Happen, One Step At A Time
One of the biggest challenges facing many of my clients is that they talk themselves out of their hopes and dreams before they even begin. They do this because they can't figure out how to get to where they want to go. I'd like to propose a radical alternative. Don't try to figure out how to reach your goal; let the Universe help you.

How Do We Get Allergic To Food?

How Do We Get Allergic To Food?
It all starts with the immune system. Every person has one - a group of cells, tissues and organs in the body that helps you fight infections.

Why There Is No Great Salt Debate

Why There Is No Great Salt Debate
The human body needs a tiny amount of sodium to function properly and this is typically found in salt (sodium chloride).

How to Relax...You Can't Be Stressed and Relaxed at the Same Time

How to Relax...You Can't Be Stressed and Relaxed at the Same Time
Learning how to relax is one of the most powerful healing tools that I have ever come across. Emotional suffering comes from overthinking issues. Stress also plays a major role in our physical health, affecting for example, our weight, cholesterol and digestive systems.

Yoga For Tension Relief With Adriene

Please join me for this 28 minute at home yoga practice designed to help you feel good and bring you back into a balanced state.

Information Medicine Is The New Paradigm in Health and Healing

Information Medicine: The New Paradigm in Health and Healing
Things and events in the universe are not haphazard and chaotic: they are formed—“in-formed”—by universal attractors. The recognition that the manifest world, and thus the living organism, is “in-formed,” suggests a new definition of bodily health and disease.

Being Lost... But Not Lost In Life

Being Lost: But Not Lost In Life
What does it mean, exactly, to be "lost"? Perhaps this: we don't know how to get from where we are to where we want to be. I may know where I am physically but be lost because I have no idea what I want to do next in my life...

Too Many People Think Satirical News Is Real

Too Many People Think Satirical News Is Real
In July, the website Snopes published a piece fact-checking a story posted on The Babylon Bee, a popular satirical news site with a conservative bent.

Learning Life from Mushrooms and Tide Pools

Learning Life from Mushrooms and Tide Pools
As a composer, John Cage sought to get the weight of Beethoven and the other past masters off his shoulders. He felt it was essential to be freed from the repetitive patterns of personality and style (“memory, tastes, likes, and dislikes”) and to free audiences from their expectations of what art should look and sound like.

The Holistic Nature of Reflexology: It's Not Just About The Feet

The Holistic Nature of Reflexology: It's Not Just About The Feet
One of the most fascinating aspects of the human body is the fact that there are so many reflexology maps found on different parts of the body. By reading the zones that are located on the surface of the skin on different parts of the body we can discover incipient health disturbances, which may otherwise remain hidden, before they become chronic problems.

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