How to Convince Your Lizard Brain That All Is Well


I just got an email from a practice member, commenting on her journey and her struggle to live with herself, to “be” with her own being.

The following is an excerpt from that email, and my response to her:

Practice member:

“I have never undertaken anything as onerous as convincing my lizard brain that all is well. I have never had so little to show for such tremendous dedication to a project. It is stupifying to me that sheer will and perseverance yield so little. Even though I’ve heard it said time and again that this can’t be fixed or figured out with the mind, I can’t help but try.”

Me:  Thank you for your note.  Believe me, I get it. Read More »

Are you on a Path of Purpose? 2 Quick Tricks to Tell…

 

At the Well Being Center we recognize that the process of health and healing is a lifelong journey of discovery, an adventure that takes you ever-deeper into moments of transformation and enlightened awakening; through your spine, past the mind, and into your soul.

But how do you know if you are headed towards health and healing?  How can you tell if you are connected?  How do you recognize your soul?

And even further: how can you check in to see, to ensure, that your unique soul’s gifts are expressing in a life of emblazoned, emboldened, impassioned purpose?

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Is Silence Really an Endangered Species? It Might Be Up to You to Save it!

 

Often, at the Well Being Center, we speak of the value and power of vibration and sound and how it affects your life.

Our spines and nerve system move energy in subtle waves of muscle, bone, and breath and store energy as tension and tone. Science is even now discovering that we conduct information and impulses across our bodies, along our nerves, through acoustic waves known as solitons (check out a great article on this on the WBC Facebook page). Read More »

7 Tips to Escape From Mediocrity…

 

I spent last weekend at transformational speaker/comedian Kyle Cease’s Escape From Mediocrity event in LA (Kyle was voted Comedy Central’s #1 comedian in 2009, and has evolved into doing “conscious comedy” and transformational events). Read More »

The Story of Success: The Magic 3

 

We’ve been traveling (We’re one week into a 3-week trip through Italy) and I haven’t posted for a while, so I thought I’d give you a quick update and throw in a message about “success” as well…

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Body-Centered Leadership: Rewriting Your Story, Transcending Culture

Body-Centered Leadership is a new program that I’ll be launching in early 2014.

The principles, which stem from my experience working with thousands of people from around the world for the past 20 years (combined with many of the brilliant tools and strategies developed by my mentor Donny Epstein), will help people learn how optimize the way they use and relate to their bodies – so they can enhance their performance and increase their fulfillment in virtually every area of life. Read More »

How to Integrate Medical and Alternative Approaches

 

This post contains an interview that I did last year with Dr. Bruce Eisendorf M.D., a multidimensional Santa Cruz physician with a solid understanding of both medical and alternative approaches for creating and sustaining well-being and increasing longevity. Read More »

The Art of Mastery & Science of Transformation

Dr. John Amaral

Click video to watch!

Whether you want to end chronic pain, improve a stressed-out relationship, build a new business or ramp up your creativity and passion, there’s a predictable path to struggle and disappointment and there’s a predictable path to transforming yourself and making it happen through mastery!

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Your Heart Might Just Be Bigger Than You Know…

Happy Valentine’s Day!

What better time to share some extraordinary details about your heart:

1.  Your head and your heart are connected.

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Are You More “Internal” or “External”?

Note:  The photograph above is of a hologram.

Are you more “internal” or “external”?

I’ve been asking my practice members this question a lot lately.

The idea comes from Dr. Donny Epstein’s observation that people have a tendency to process energy and information in two very distinct ways – internally or externally.

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