Gratitude gives life meaning and yet it need not be dependent on the outside world.
“Gratitude improves emotional and physical health, and it can strengthen relationships and communities. Without gratitude, life can be lonely, depressing and impoverished. Gratitude enriches human life. It elevates, energizes, inspires and transforms. People are moved, opened and humbled through expressions of gratitude.” – Dr. Robert Emmons, University of California Professor.Read More
The millions if not trillions of cells within the body are instantly and intrinsically linked at all times. We tend to view the cell membrane as a barrier that keeps the cell separate from the rest of the body however it is quite porous and malleable. A free exchange of information and energy takes place between the cells at all times.
The function of each cell is informed by the function of the cells around it. Being open to input outside of itself allows the cell to be resilient and open to change. It gives the cell an intelligence beyond itself – an integrated intelligence where its function is connected to functions outside of itself.
Because of this, our health can be understood as the sum of many dynamic relationships that give way to wholeness.Read More
“Just as science is seen not as a separate category of life, but rather the material alphabet that explains all external phenomena, so consciousness is the science of inner life.” – Marianne Williamson
Reiki, Meditation, BodyTalk and Prana Vinyasa Yoga bring us into contact with consciousness – the inner space where polarities meet and life emerges as one embodied, whole expression. I share these practices to envibe a pathway of inner intelligence that may become a guiding force in the fulfillment of our greatest destiny – living in service to humanity.Read More
We have long understood that the heart serves as a pump that circulates oxygenated and nutrient rich blood throughout the body. This life giving function alone is profound. However the heart also possesses intelligence that is consciousness. It plays a significant role in our mental, emotional and physical processes – thus having a direct effect on our health and our lives.Read More