Why Most New Year’s Resolutions Fizzle If you are making resolutions for 2015, consider that most of them won’t last beyond three weeks. According to Forbes, less than 10 percent of New Year’s resolutions declared are actually accomplished This might lead you to believe that setting positive goals for the new year is a futile […]
RECIPE FOR MIND AND SPIRIT Teachable Moments and Life Lessons in This Movie Into the Woods, debuting Christmas Day, is not just a light family musical based on fairy tales, although many will view it that way. The powerful messages in this magical story line have stayed with me since I first saw it on […]
Recipe for Spirit 3 Tips for Developing Mindfulness Brittany Maynard’s death this past weekend stirred some very deep emotions in me and ignited reflections on how I am presently appreciating (or not) my life. For those unfamiliar with this beautiful and courageous woman, Brittany chose to end her life rather than rapidly deteriorate from […]
A Practical Lifestyle Solution (featuring Asian Stir Fry Recipe) In 2008 I virtually went raw from one day to the next after suffering from a auto-immune disorder. I knew next-to-nothing about the lifestyle but dove right in. Since I couldn’t do much else then, due to the debilitating effects of the disease process, there was […]
New Courses Launched! Scroll down for Curriculum & Pricing More than twenty-five years have passed since my first hypnotherapy training and I continue to be fascinated by the how the science of hypnosis can be applied to so many aspects of our daily lives: Whether you want to improve your athletic performance, acquire positive, […]
Recipe for Mind and Body It’s 5:00 pm and you feel completely drained. The prospect of going home and facing household chores, children, or spouse exhausts you even more. You wish you could just sleep for a week. Waking up each morning you dread the day, wondering how you can cope. Or, as much […]
Natural Wellness Course Creates High-Demand Holistic Health Careers Coaching Program Targets Obesity, Diabetes, Heart and Other Health Issues The American Medical Association has declared obesity a disease, effectively saying 78 million American adults and 12 million children have a medical condition requiring treatment. And the CDC reports that more than 66% of adult Americans are […]
By Cassidy Cameron Natural Wellness Coaching Candidate A few weeks ago, after reading Eating Animals – a rather scathing book that denounced eating meat for moral, environmental, and health reasons– I decided to do something radical: I was going to become a vegetarian. First, I’d like to list some of the reasons that vegetarianism appealed […]
At the Crossroad — Which way will you choose? Most of us have had at least three significant turning points in our lives, moments in which we were making momentous decisions that would determine (at least for a substantial period), the course of our destiny. Quantum Selves Therapy, one of my original therapeutic modalities is […]
Today is Earth Day! What can you do to express your compassion and commitment to our beautiful blue-green planet?
The typical Earth Day activities include environmental pledges to recycle, planting an herb garden, participating in a local clean-up or beautification project — all wonderful and commendable pursuits!
If you are looking for some unique ways to celebrate with friends and family, here are 5 “off-the-beaten-track” ideas I’ve come up with: