What Happens When We Hold onto Stress?
by Cheryl Harris
"People who have good emotional health are aware of their thoughts, feelings and behaviors. They have learned ways to cope with the stress and problems that are a normal part of life. They feel good about themselves and have healthy relationships." (Family Doctor.org)
While the above statement is something that a lot of people strive for, not everyone is aware of their thoughts, feelings and behaviors. Enter stress. What can this do to our bodies and why does it have the effects that it does?...Click here to continue reading
Primordial Sound Meditation
as developed by
Deepak Chopra, MD and David Simon, MD
Taught by Tammy White, Chopra Certified Meditation Instructor.
Tammy White, certified instructor with The Chopra Center of Well Being, will be teaching The Chopra Center course of Primordial Sound Meditation technique at EQUIVITA. The class will be taught over 3 days with a time commitment of approximately 2 hrs each day. The course will be taught June 20, 21, and 27 at 10 am each day...click here to find out more.
When concepts are so outside of our current understanding we tend to disregard them even when the evidence is clear. Why then would we expect anything different when it comes to those things where the proof is not so clearly linked? When it comes to the human body there are many variables and when that human is living a life over a period of years it is simply impossible to even identify all of the variables, much less to track them to analyze how they might be playing a role. From a research perspective this leaves us with very isolated short-term studies which provide us information that we extrapolate to apply to real life - as well as to other lives - and much broader epidemiological studies where a large group of people are observed over a period of time with the intent of finding correlations.
But what happens when you bring new information or a new perspective to an individual about his or her specific body? ...click here to continue reading
We have recently been discussing the concept of pace in relationship to all manner of things. You might apply pace to a run that you do. You might apply pace to your life, or you might apply it to a transition of a certain aspect of life. Frankly, it could apply to all these things at once, and many more. As if there are numerous concurrent orbits of pace happening at the same time. What if the patience we needed was that of what it takes to find the right pace for ourselves?....click here to continue reading